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Lately, I have been spending most of my time on a movie house. I can’t help not to watch those movies that caught my attention. One of those is “Talk Back and You’re Dead”. It is a story from Wattpad by Alesana Marie that turned to a book and now a movie.

Well, at first I did not expect anything. I thought it would be too corny for my taste but it was not. It was funny, romantic and has a little bit of action. The story started with the two cute chubby kiddos making a promise with each other. Fast forward to the present, Miracle Samantha Perez (Nadine Lustre) confronted Timothy Odelle Pendleto aka TOP (James Reid) to help her friend which everyone saw and took some videos. Then, they posted it on social media. The next day, the lucky 13, the gang headed by Top, was looking for her. The rest of the story should be watched on the movie theatre!

James Reid is so hot! I can’t help to be ‘kilig’ when he is saying the romantic lines. Arg! I think I am not the only one who is feeling those kilig vibes because seriously some of the girls on the movie house are shouting because they can’t contain their kilig. Hahaha It was a feel good movie. I think some of the parts are not explained well just like the amnesia of Samantha and how TOP became blind at the end. Well, that explains why they have a short teaser on the last part of the movie. Afterwards, “Never Talk Back to A Gangter” was flashed on the screen. Another movie for both of them! I can’t wait. I conclude, the missing parts of the movie will be shown on the next one, I hope!

Here's the trailer:



The Verdict: 3.8 stars out of 5 stars 




What does it mean to be a hero for you? For each person, the idea of being a hero can change. But heroism doesn’t always involve having to risk your life for your country. Sometimes, it springs from the simplest forms of kindness and ingenuity! Buti na lang, marami niyan ang mga Pinoy! (Good thing, Filipinos have heaps of that)



This month, as our nation commemorates heroes of all forms, let’s look at 3 Ayos reasons why even regular Pinoys (you, me, anyone!) deserve bragging rights to be called a modern hero:

 1. Filipinos are happy spirits. 

When was the last time you shared a hearty laugh with a friend? Believe it or not, that tender moment may have turned a day around. It truly is more fun in the Philippines where as a nation, we comprise of people who just loves to live from the lighter side of life. When the times get rough, you can expect someone to make you laugh with a joke, an advice, or even a song! Always remember that a smile is powerful. Wear it, feel good with it, and next thing you know, someone else is better because you shared a smile with them.

2. Filipinos are accommodating. 

Ever got hit by the “I just need someone to talk to” bug; where unloading some thoughts and feelings to a confidante is enough to make your feel better? You’re not alone in that. Fortunately, Filipinos are easily open to listen, even welcome you to their homes when you just need to feel like you’re not alone.

3. Filipinos give life a second chance.

Despite the tragedies that hit the country, it is part of the Filipino continue to rise up and try again. Sometimes, this even extends to how they treat the stuff they have lying around the house. Clothes, toys, and hobby items that Pinoys once loved, end up finding a renewed purpose when sold online. 

True enough, more and more Filipinos have embraced the idea of online buy and sell through AyosDito.ph, a free online classifieds website. In fact, during a 12-month period from May 2013 to May 2014, AyosDito.ph soared with a 177% increase in number of ads posted on its platform.
AyosDito.ph, a leading online classifieds portal and key player in driving consumer-to-consumer (C2C) e-commerce in the country, is part of a global network of online classifieds sites in more than 30 countries. Since the start of its operations in 2009, the company has fielded a dedicated staff of ad reviewers to check the legitimacy of ads and thus provide a higher quality of experiences on the site.



The ease and speed of transactions is among the advantages and benefits of online buying and selling, often surpassing the features of traditional commerce. It is even a common experience for an AyosDito seller to post an ad online one day, and have it sold within a day or two--or even within the same day!

With these simple ways of being a hero, you have no excuse to not make each day matter. Be a modern hero today. Smile, listen, and give your pre-loved items a second chance when you post free ads on AyosDito.ph. #

Disclaimer: This post is not mine. This was sent by AyosDito.ph for advertisement purposes.

When everyone wasn’t hooked with looms, my sister and I were trying to be expect and artsy with looms. We were on our own. Then, it became mainstream. I don’t feel like doing it anymore. hahaha I know, I should be posting this few months ago but I was too happy. It’s in my drafts for months. That's why I decided, now is the day to post it! Better late then nevah! Hehe Moving forward, I am so thankful for the people, who were patient enough to share their tutorials on youtube.com. I learned a lot and I think my sister learned more from it too because she made more loom bands than everyone else.

The whole set of looms, I bought it for P200 then, I saw it somewhere around the MRT area. It was only P150. OMG! hahaha I fell from the trap of overpricing.

TA-DA! The hooks, the looms, and the locks!

What's inside the box? Plenty of assorted looms, locks, hooks and the magic thing! hahaha

Our finish products!!! =)

So here are the few tutorials I grabbed from youtube that might help you level up your skills in doing the looms. Watch it!






Looms can be made as a charm too, watch it!



Do you like looms? Are you addicted? Let us see your creativity and post it on the comment box with the photo or link. =)