Busy afternoon

Woke up at 12 and accomplished a lot: Brunch at home with the parents Attempted washing machine repair, which confirmed my diagnosis, but a permanent fix requires more man hours that will have to wait another day or two or more Emergency laundromat drop-off Got harassed by a security guard Paid a credit card bill… Continue reading Busy afternoon


Bloody hell! Part 2

The cleanest way to menstruate is this: get a Brazilian wax 1.5 weeks before your period. Use tampons instead of sanitary napkins/pads to avoid a strawberry sandwich situation with pubes for garnish. Voila!

Bloody hell!

I have a cotton marshmallow up my vagina and it's poking my insides. In the Philippines, sanitary napkins are the most commonly used blood suckers by the menstruating. Tampons are available, but not everywhere, and they're more expensive. For 25 pesos, one can already avail of a 12-pack of napkins. I've only used tampons once… Continue reading Bloody hell!

I fell in love with my rapist

It's a long, sordid story, but it's true. And after 7+years, I've only told two people and only this love month. After today's confession, many hours, 2.5 bags of chips, a chocolate bar, and two fat-laden bottled drinks, I realized I used the word debrief in reference to the aftermath of that relationship. It's been… Continue reading I fell in love with my rapist

January at the movies

Ice Idanan's Sakaling Hindi Makarating was the first movie I watched at Cinema Centenario. It was open ended, but I didn't mind. I usually hate inconclusive endings. Ice and Patrick Ostrea (the executive producer and Ice's boyfriend), came in afterwards. This is what Centenario calls a gala screening; they invite the directors, actors, writers, etc.… Continue reading January at the movies