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Happy 37th birthday John Felix Anthony Cena Jr. (April 23rd, 1977)

To my ideal man, the guy who is physically and mentally strong, brave, and who stand by his principles … my soulmate in a parallel universe …Happy Birthday! ♥︎ Thank you for serving as an inspiration for the past 10 years. You may not be recognized as the best in your field out of commercialism but I recognize your effort outside the ring. Thank you for having the same goal with me and that is to make a lot of kids happy and then help them to grow strong and brave. I respect you so much and I’ll never ever get tired of cheering you, Cenababe ♥︎
Happy 37th birthday John Felix Anthony Cena Jr. (April 23rd, 1977)

To my ideal man, the guy who is physically and mentally strong, brave, and who stand by his principles … my soulmate in a parallel universe …Happy Birthday! ♥︎ Thank you for serving as an inspiration for the past 10 years. You may not be recognized as the best in your field out of commercialism but I recognize your effort outside the ring. Thank you for having the same goal with me and that is to make a lot of kids happy and then help them to grow strong and brave. I respect you so much and I’ll never ever get tired of cheering you, Cenababe ♥︎

(Source: slayjaylee)

I remember that my first ever comics collection was Tonton Young’s PUPUNG. I was roughly 9 years old back then when I met Mang Dom, Day, Dagul, Larry Bird, Lelong and Douglas at Pupung’s Lugawan.

I tried other comics like Kulas, Best of Simo, Baltic & Co. but Pupung will always be my first love.

Then of course, there’s Pugad Baboy by my kapwa Thomasian, Pol Medina Jr. The classic one. I started reading this only last year because it gave me the impression that it’s an adult joke book but then after reading it, I realized that Pugad Baboy is kind of a revolutionary comic relief for people. The punchlines made sense and I am convinced why Pugad Baboy is a household name when it comes to Pinoy Comics. 

(Photo by: Pugadbaboyunleashed)

Yesterday, I went to Komikon 2014 and the only reason I went all the way to Pasig is to grab the latest copy of Kiko Machine by Manix Abrera. It’s considered one of the most popular Pinoy comics nowadays.

I don’t need to explain how good Kiko Machine is. You just have to try it to know how “Asteeg” it is. My favorite would be “12” (the biggest one) which contains his silent comics.

These two are the only thing I bought in Komikon 2014 ‘cause I was in a hurry that day. I’m planning to attend again next year and will definitely buy more! :)

With the rise of Philippine Azkal and UAAP superstars, Football and Volleyball are both enjoying the fame and attention despite of the Philippines being a “basketball crazy” country.

Sadly, not all sports is receiving that kind of strong support. Let’s take for example, Wrestling. Yesterday, I went to a Wrestlemania Live Viewing Party and was a bit disappointed to see less than 70 people around that bar. I wonder what happened to the wrestling community in the Philippines and why it is not receiving the same attention as compare to volleyball and football.

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(Taken during the Wrestlemania Live Viewing Party)

However, I commend those ardent fans (I’m including myself on that list) who are still passionate about wrestling. Despite of the declining support especially from the Philippine media, we did not abandon wrestling. True fans, yes. I wish more fans would show their support to WWE so that these Wrestling superstars will visit Philippines again. Can we not make an official WWE Philippines Club with a membership card? I’m willing to be an officer. HAHAHA.

Thoughts about Wrestlemania XXX:

  • Seeing Hulk Hogan, The Rock and Stone Cold together made me miss the Attitude era.
  • Stephanie Mcmahon is so hot. Triple H is a one lucky guy.
  • What happened to Rey Mysterio? He’s giving me the impression that he is no longer relevant to WWE. If only we can bring back Eddie Guerrero ..
  • Big Show should’ve won that Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royale. Not that I am against Cesaro but who is he anyway? Big Show is somehow Andre The Giant’s successor in this era. I appreciate his handshake though.
  • I am still questioning why of all people, they chose Bray Wyatt to face John Cena. The match didn’t excite me. Cena’s entrance was so lame and untypical for him. Although I get the message of the match that the Wyatt is a representation of Cena’s temptation to revert from the “Good Guy Cena” to “Dr. of Thuganomics” again. When Wyatt lost in a short and unconvincing manner, it shows that we have to play along with the idea of Cena winning by being the nice guy. Sorry, haters but that’s part of business.

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(Cena hugging this kid right after his match against Wyatt is a symbolism that WWE turning Cena in to a heel is bad for business because of his large following of young supporters)

  • Not that I care about Dave Batista being booed but when the booing comes from his fellow Filipinos, then it’s bothering.

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("The Animal" doesn’t give a shit about the booing ) 

  • Randy Orton can’t carry WWE. He’s boring. ‘nuff said.
  • Daniel Bryan’s Yes Movement is a real deal. Surviving that RKO + Batista Bomb table slam earned him my respect.
  • I’m not interested with the Divas Championship. I only have two rightful divas champion in my mind and that’s Lita and Trish Stratus.

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(Trish Stratus inducting Lita to Hall of Fame moved me to tears)

  • Undertaker’s heavy montage of his Wrestlemania journey during his entrance is unknowingly, a  foreshadowing that the streak will end this time.
  • Ending the Undertaker’s streak is bigger than winning any championship. But we don’t get it why they WWE gave that privilege to Brock Lesnar instead of  Triple H or HBK. But more important than not, WHY DECIDE TO END THE STREAK? It’s like taking Undertaker’s identity! The Mother in HIMYM is dead and now the deadman’s streak is officially dead. Why is everything dying?

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(Undertaker losing to Wrestlemania is dubbed as the saddest day in Pro Wrestling history)

  • I refuse to acknowledge Brock Lesnar’s win just like how WWE refuse to give Chris Benoit’s Hall of Fame status.

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(Vince Mcmahon wants to erase Benoit from WWE history)

Despite of the dismal result, the dead man’s match against Lesnar was enough to gain the right amount of buzz for wrestling, showing that WWE is capable of changing what has become usual for us.

I am a fan of VSCO Cam app so the moment I discovered that a presets for Lightroom exist, I knew I had to download it to post process my photos. The mobile app version is only limited to 10 presets while the presets for lightroom is limitless. These are the sample photos using the VSCO Cam Film Presets :) I appreciate now the value of grains. :)

There’s a freaking scene in Wolf of Wall Street where Cristin Millioti’s character (Teresa) discovered that his husband, Jordan (Leonardo Di Caprio) is cheating on her. Cristin Millioti beats Leonardo Di Caprio to death and even asked him if he loves her.

Now if someone here in TUMBLR can make a GIF of that scene but instead of Leonardo Di Caprio’s face, they’ll change it Josh Radnor’s and the girl in the limo would be Cobie Smulders.

I just want to redeem Tracy McConnell’s character. I want a scene where we see her punch Ted to death and make him feel that he’s a cheater for not letting go of Robin and for not being loyal to Tracy.

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