Friday, 31 August 2012

Peau Belle Concealer. Review.

I had this concealer since last year I believe and I've been using it ever since. I like it. It feels kind of light and yeah kind of velvety when you're applying it and stuff. My mom bought it from Japan but judging from the name of it, it doesn't sound like it came from Japan or something. I actually didn't bother to clean the tube. So yeah as you can see, it's pretty messy. Oh well. LOL. I actually never heard of this brand  before or whatever but yeah.

I  don't know if you can see it but it costs 300 yen and that's a pretty good deal for such product and stuff. And it's made in Taiwan. I'm confused right now. Anyways.

It comes in a gold kind of packaging. The packaging is not bad but nothing really special about it either. It comes with an applicator stick and it's really pretty easy to apply. What I do is that I put a little product at the back of my hand and warm it up by mixing it a little bit there and apply it to my problem areasssssssssssss so yeah. It's kind of easier that way than to actually apply it directly to the problem area and to kind of blend it there. I don't know.

It's takes quite a long time for this product to dry so you might want to dry it first before you apply another layer and stuff. It's a medium coverage concealer but you can add another layer or probably layers to achieve a fuller coverage.

I've actually used this concealer as a foundation quite a lot of times too. Just because it really feels good on and stuff. Luckily, I haven't had a problem with it or anything so yeah.

Thursday, 30 August 2012

Asamizo Park, Japan. A Look Back.

So I don't know if I already told you about this but this is like my go-to-place when I was young-er. LOL. So yeah we usually go here once or twice a week and stuff so yeah this place is really memorable for me so I'm glad I found some pictures and that I get to share some of the moments to y'all.

I seriously love the flowers in this place. Or generally the flowers in Japan. I don't know. It's just that I don't get to see as much here. I kind of like flowers. Because some flowers are kind of fragile so seeing them bloom makes me think that there's someone taking care of it and that someone is doing a great job. Getting sentimental all of a sudden, huh? LOL.

Tulips! :) Oh! Can you see the playground? My sisters and I used to play there and stuff! LOL. I wish I was a kid again. Si kids! Stop trying to grow up or something. Enjoy your childhood while it lasts.

There's even a mini zoo inside the park and stuff and yeah and it's mostly an interactive zoo where you can feed the guinea pigs, rabbits, sheep, goats, and other animals. You can also just pet them and all that. There's even a place where you can ride a pony and stuff so yeah. Quite fun. 

How cute! :D

I don't know what the guy outside is up to so yeah. LOL. On the other part of the park, there's actually a jungle. Well, people call it jungle but it's actually a woody place (woody place?) and there are some stuff in there which you have to complete and stuff. Something like, zip lining, wall climbing, rock climbing, and all other fun stuff. It's kind of hard to explain but yeah. Whatever. Near the jungle is actually a tower and yeah not actually very high but high enough to have a good view of the city.

Sagamihara Koen is really a big park because on the even other side of the park, there's a flower garden/museum that you can enjoy. Yeah there's just a lot to enjoy in this place. There's also a fountain in which kids usually shower naked and stuff. Like, even when it's too cold, they would still run around there.

So yeah! Oh there's also a pool and a spa/onsen there :) You just have to find it though because if I tell, you might still get lost anyways. I heard that they're renovating the building where the pool is at though. Mmm... So yeah! That's all. :)

Ponder of Thoughts

TBYS! I totally made that up but it actually means Think Before You Speak. I don't know why but for some reason, I really don't like it when people just say something stupid and actually insist that what they said is the right thing or something. Like, I hate people who say something for the sake of being involved or whatever. Some people I know are really like that. Like, when you're not exactly talking to them and stuff, they will assume that you are talking to them and stuff. So there's a big chance that the person you are really talking to would not have a chance and therefore would just look at you and all that. It happened to me almost whatever times.

I actually don't want to come clean and say that I don't just say whatever is on my mind. In fact! That's my blogging style. Well actually! I read my entry twice so that very first go probably counts as thinking. But you know! Some people are really hardcore.

What I really can't stand is when some people verbally abuse someone without realising it. When someone just shower someone with hateful words and all that. Words can kill. In that I believe.

There's actually this commercial about using social media and the slogan is something like Think Before You Click and yeah I believe in that too. Oh well. I don't actually know who told this but a female celebrity once said that in order for her to avoid hateful comments from the Internet, she stays out of the Internet. Which makes sense. There are a lot of people who are so affected with cyber bullies and stuff. Well! They actually have a choice. STAY OUT OF THE INTERNET. Get a life or something. I'm not saying that it's not the bullies fault or something like that, okay? I'm just saying that we should always know our options. And we must always choose what we think is best for us.

I guess we all have to learn how to filter stuff and be more considerate pretty much. Yeah? Have a good Thursday! :)

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Bahay ni Kap, Batangas. A Look Back.

Bahay ni Kap is actually one of the getaway places in Batangas. It's this house (kind of) that you can rent and stuff. They actually have quite a lot of rooms but the thing is the place isn't a hotel or something. It's like an apartment or something like that. We stayed there last 2010 I believe. For 3 days I believe.

So yeah. There's mini pool somewhere in the middle of the garden and yeah. It feels like home actually. So thumbs up for that. There's actually quite a lot of water activities to do there.

With my sisters! LOL. Being the team captain, I always have to be in front. Yup.

Here we go!

The boatman? Actually asked us if we want our boat flipped or whatever but my mom was so scared and stuff so nothing like that happened. Oh wells. So yeah. That's the story I miss times when all we do is have fun and stuff. I seriously miss quality time with my sisters and mom. Soon!


Right! Well my mom always reply with this and so with my friend's mom and stuff, so yeah. It's probably a mom thing or something. But not all. Of course! I will seriously reply with this anytime I feel like so. Hahaha. Not with mom though. LOL. She'd be like "WTF" for sure. Positive. Just saying. I love my mom. Just other people. Or it actually depends. There are just some people who I don't want to talk to but need to and stuff. You know! LOL.

Like, with my mom, she would actually reply with "K" whenever I ask her for permission if I'm going somewhere and stuff so yeah a "K" reply in that sense is mostly welcome. Yup. Have a good day. P.S. I'm not a teenager.

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Random Ramblings. Homosexuality.

Serious business. I'm not saying that one's opinion is wrong or something but seriously? I mean, it's their opinion.

I'm obviously not affected by Chick-Fil-A because I don't live in the US and stuff but if the CEO of that establishment believes in traditional marriage, so be it. I mean, we don't know the whole story. Well, most probably. So anyways.

The typography above is kind of funny actually. Because it shows that people aren't really fair sometimes. The person who made it knows that people would always consume gas. Like, whatever happens. Even indirectly. And it's true! Whatever the people of the countries who produce gas say about a some sensitive topic like this, we don't take that against them in such a way that we won't buy gas from them anymore.


I think I've said this before but I actually believe in marriage. Like, marriage. As in marriage. Two people in love. Enough said. And if people would take that against me as a person, I don't care. Moving on...

I'm not trying to defend the CEO or something but he didn't say anything bad at all. Or maybe not stated above but whatever. But Saudi Arabia (not all people) actually stated that homosexual people should burn or something. Oh wow. That's something something. I'm just pointing out that if we're gonna judge. Which is not a good practice by the way. We should be fair. Like, fair should always be the name of the game. That's all! :)

G-Dragon's One of a Kind MV. Review.

Wild and young! Yes sir! You're one of a kind!

Oh! And I was so surprised to see Lydia Paek! She did great! I didn't know she's Korean though.

I mean, the whole video is just so G. So GD. When I say GD, I mean ARTISTIC FANTASTIC. 

Can I just say that this picture is so cute! I mean, this music video is kind of confusing but whatever. LOL. 

He also became Ken for a second but he got slapped by barbie. I don't know what's the relevance but yeah. It happened. Maybe view has something to do with my poor Korean. LOL. Seriously! 

He also became a fancy boxer wearing a very expensive looking helmet. But despite wearing something fancy like that, he still lost the fight. Oh well. It happens. 

And then he became some sort of a vampire/monster/freak. I don't even know what happened. Well, my basis of the transition is this.

And then after that, the environment turned fancy. I don't know. It's just genius. 

And then after dancing with some girls and some animal, and after some wardrobe changing and stuff, and after some glass breaking and tennis playing, Taeyang appeared to dance some more and display his hair? I don't know. 

I think this video is awesome. Sort of. I don't understand it though.

Monday, 27 August 2012

Ichihara Zoo. A Look Back.

This is way back I don't know already (7 years ago according to the picture below). Like, yeah. I can't remember much from this trip though. We fed some elephants, rode one and that's pretty much it! I remember eating my favorite Jap food kare rice beforehand too! Oh and I remember when my sisters got their name tags somewhere at the entrance so that they can be found when lost or something like that.  When we were there, we found out that most elephant trainers there are Indonesian/Malaysian and that the elephants are mostly from there too. I don't know about now though. Most likely the same, yeah? 

So yeah! That's pretty much all I can remember from the trip. 

I don't know who took this picture but thanks for cutting me out! LOL.

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Pizza parteh!

I don't know but it's been a trend lately. Pizza party everywhere! I love!

Happy night! LOL. I mean, who wouldn't be happy with these babies? LOL.

MOJOS! I literally ate the most MOJOS. LOL.

Yup! :)

That's all! :)

Friday, 24 August 2012


I know you might think otherwise but Cassiopeia is actually a fan club for a Korean boy group DBSK/TVXQ/TVfXQ or whatever. I used to really really really like them until they decided to disband or something. Which is sad.

My friend Kim actually introduced me to this band. I mean, not literally. LOL. I watched their music video Mirotic and yeah, I was attracted to Kim Jaejoong's abs. Who wouldn't be? Then that's it. I started watching their dramas and variety shows. Everything. Almost.

For all you non K-pop fans, DBSK (as I still would like to call them) is now down to two members. Yunho, the leader. And Changmin, the youngest. Well, I wouldn't discuss why they disbanded and stuff but let me just say that I like the other three members better. Like, now and then.

I'm just gonna share a picture of me with some merch.

Yeah, those were the days. These are from Japan. They were pretty big there. I mean, they're still big there now. Separately though.

I got the Mirotic CD from friends on my 18th birthday. Thanks guys! :) Still! And the calendar and poster thingy came with the CDs from Japan I believe. Or I don't know. I actually gave the poster to Kim. :D

And as always...


Thursday, 23 August 2012

Random Ramblings. A little rant.

I absolutely agree! So many times in my life have I heard this kind of effery. School, internship, home, and some other places. They are all the same. And I would always say!

"Not because everyone is doing it, it's the right thing to do."

Like, I hate it when people assume that they should follow others and stuff. Like, people should have their own way of thinking. That's why we have our individual brain and mind. That's why there's school. To nurture and develop thinking and learning process. I hate it when people are just copying other people's idea or something like that.

One common example is the airport. I mean, most of the time, people would go to the right place among with other people. But what if the first one to go is going to the bathroom or somewhere? Then the person who would follow that someone would go to the bathroom too. What will happen to everyone on their backs? Like, instead of going to the right place, people would go to the bathroom instead. That's of course a hypothetical situation but not impossible. In science, hypothesis can be proven. Oh well. Enough of the science thingy.

Also, I've noticed that the street crossers here in the Philippines follow the same thing. There's not a lot of people who are educated when it comes to street lights and stuff so people literally cross the streets by their instincts. When there are cars crossing the street, it follows that people would have a hard time crossing it right? So what will happen is that when a person cross the street, everyone would follow. Like, even if it's not the right thing to do. I just hate it when that happens. People in the government should really implement a strict rule and stuff so people would have no excuse. And the streets and the people would be more coordinated. With that being said, less accidents yeah? How awesome would that be?

True enough.

Right! I especially don't like seeing 5 kids being carried by a single person. I don't mind if they kind of look comfortable and all that. The majority of the situation that I witnessed was nothing like that. Most of the children are barely dressed properly and all that stuff. And they don't look kind of healthy. Which is the sad part of course. The ironic part is that most wealthy people don't actually have more than let's say 2-3 kids? And then these other people have the guts to have what? More than 5 kids and what do they do? COMPLAIN? WOW. Good for them!

Some of the people here in the Philippines are like that. Most people who aren't as financially capable as the others usually complain that they don't have enough money for the family and all that. Well, I don't mean to offend those people who have been working TOOO hard to feed their children and all that but if they're already having a hard time to feed themselves, what made them think that they can feed another child? And another...and another.

I know that the couple probably love each other so much and all that stuff but how can they be selfish not to think what the situation will be after their sessions or whatever. For me, it's kind of unfair. For the children at least. And I'm not exactly over reacting. I'm affected by this too you know. How many children have approached me and asked for coins and all that. Ugh. Annoying. Most of these children would ask for money to buy food and they will say they haven't had lunch or whatever.

I actually had an experience when I was in second year college I guess. When I was riding a jeepney on my way home, that time I sat near the driver. A kid went up the jeepney and asked for money and stuff. I think no one gave him any so when he finally reached my place, he asked for money, right? I said, no. Then he started pinching me like seriously. And his nails are kind of long and he wouldn't stop pinching me and stuff. ANNOYING!

WHERE ARE THEIR PARENTS? WHY AREN'T THEY GOING TO SCHOOL? Can I just say that going to school is one of the RIGHTS of a child here in the Philippines so somebody please explain to me what's up. And most of the kids aren't as well mannered as they should be. Most of them SWEAR, FIGHT, DO DRUGS, and all that nasty stuff. How can they be a product of love with that being the case? Shouldn't they be nurtured with values and stuff?  I'm sick of seeing people like these, to be honest.

If only their children can come to school, then there would be a chance for them to have a proper job when they finish college or at least high school and then the trend would stop.

I'm actually worried about these kids. What will happen to them in the future? To their kids? So yeah. I hope parents would realize that we're not having a population contest here.

Wednesday, 22 August 2012


Not only that though! Sometimes I write it on my phone. Desperate. But awesome! Like, sometimes I would re-read all that stuff that I wrote and be awesome like that. You know! It's just nice to think of things that you want to happen because I'm gonna say this again so be warned. On most things!! NOT ALL! What the mind can conceive, the body can achieve.

Pathology Grand Duty.

As far as I don't want my HistoPath post rotation to end, it happened. Oh well. Sometimes we just have to stick to the idea that some good things don't really last. Whatever! So I really like Histo-Path not because of lesser work load or stuff. It's the people! Like, there are four Medical Technologists in that post and they are all nice to work with. The pathologists are all nice as well. Like, they won't pressure you to get things done and stuff. But of course, that doesn't mean that you don't have to do it. It's like, giving you time to do things.

Meet my post mates! :) Just because the flood was pretty bad that time, one member wasn't able to come. So it's not like grand-grand duty.

So to celebrate the unwanted event of moving out of the post, we decided to have a little gathering. How weird. LOL.


And some fresh fruits and cake! Meet sir Fil. The head med tech for Histo-Path. He's cool as eff I swear.

So yeah. I really miss this post! :(

500 days of Eiffel Tower.

Just so you know, I'm obsessed with Paris! Well, France as well. But mostly Paris. Okay, Eiffel Tower in particular. So I downloaded this APP like, so many months ago which shows live stream of the world's most famous landmarks and stuff so yeah! BINGO!

I don't know why but I feel so connected with the Eiffel Tower. Don't you worry guys! I'm not gonna marry it or something.  First of all! It's taken, isn't it?

So yeah, my adoration starts here!

The structure is sophisticated yet simple. If that makes sense.

So yeah, I used to really think of going to France (Paris) everyday before and yeah I don't know. Like, I used to research where to eat, to ride, to go to and stuff like that. I even studied French on my own. Obsessed like that, yeah? LOL. But then it all kind of stopped a little bit when internship started. Boo yah! Not really stopped though. Like, it mellowed.

Look! I even cross stitched it because of obsession and stuff.

I'm really proud of this by the way. A friend from Sydney told me that it looks like some spider and stuff but yeah. Whatever! LOL.

So you might be wondering why the title is like that so yeah. I tried to save all the live stream photos and just right at this very moment, I've reached 500! YAY! Actually, I based it from the movie 500 Days of Summer. But irregardless! LOL.

Here it goes ladies and gents. 500 faces of Eiffel Tower.

Awesome, right? Like, for real! So yeah. Hopefully to post a Paris trip blog soon! ;) Hey did you notice some people chilling over their veranda? LOL. I felt an instant connection to them when I saw them on the cam. LOL. So anyways. That'll be all for this post!

The APP is called Earth Cam by the way. Just in case you're wondering. Have a nice day! 

Random Ramblings. Live it!

For some reason, we should always remind ourselves that we can! And that we're good enough. We should always be the first to believe in ourselves. Because if we doubt ourselves, then there's a higher chance that the others will too. I mean, I know that it shouldn't matter to us what everyone else is saying but hey! We started it. Like, yeah?

Now I remember the saying "DON'T DO UNTO OTHERS WHAT YOU DON'T WANT OTHERS TO DO TO YOU." It's kind of the same principle. Only it's the reverse. Something like "DO TO YOURSELF WHAT YOU WANT OTHERS TO DO TO YOU." Hahaha awesome right?

Moving on...I've said this many times in the past but we should always stay positive! We should always be the best version of ourselves. We should always be kind to ourselves and others. We should always be patient! You know! They say the things worth having, is worth waiting for. So who knows? So we must all acquire the patience to wait and stuff.

I think that most people who are so down and all that is still alive and fighting because they know how to cheer themselves  up and to kind of laugh at things and stuff. So yeah. Occasionally, I laugh at myself too. I'm probably crazy but whatever. LOL. I'm funny like that. I laugh at myself. LOL. :)

Tuesday, 21 August 2012


I can't even! LOL. This is just so genius to death. True indeed that some grapes have to die for this and people are still as careless as ef when drank and all that. LOL. This is just so relevant right now so excuse me. LOL. I found this on Pinterest by the way. :)


Just got home from a party over at my friend's house. I believe it's somewhere along Taft. Anyways, it was really epic! One of our friends got drunk and she really acted drunk. Like, for reals. What happened was they were playing beer pong and all that and she had one cup of it and the cup was like 1/4 full. And then she had a shot of tequila and then boom. She was so funny though. My other friend told me that our other friends, which happen to be our friend who got drunk's classmates, which happened to be our friends as well, told this other friend of mine that our drunk friend really is like that. LOL. She was so cute!! :)

So yeah. Well the story is...our party host invited us to his house. Since it's Tuesday, which you might know is the only time for us to go to the university, and since we don't have classes due to the National Holiday and stuff, meaning, HOORAY! Four of the laboratory staffs came as well. :)

Yeah! I played volleyball with a friend most of the time though. But it's okay. I had fun!

Monday, 20 August 2012

Manila Bay visit.

So my mom decided to go  to Manila Bay. We were supposed to go there like, a week before we went but because of the horrible weather and stuff, we just went to eat at Robinson's.

Here's a shot the I took with my iPhone. And yup! Instagram!

Where did we eat you ask?

It's called The Chicken Rice Shop. And of course! They serve chicken and stuff. My verdict? Not so good actually. But it's good to try stuff that are unfamiliar. Like, it's okay to make a mistake. Just make sure that you wouldn't commit the same mistake next time. LOL. Well, it's not that bad actually. Quite fair. But anyways.  

It's been a while since we all went out. And yes! It's because of internship and stuff. Well, I don't actually have a regular schedule so that's why my mom always want to make time for this kind of get together and stuff. DRAMA MUCH? LOL.

I actually don't know why my mom knew about this restaurant but yeah whatever. She's genius like that, eh? Anyways when she told me that she want to eat at some chicken restaurant near the bay, I actually thought that she want to eat at BonChon but when I asked her so, she said NO. And then I was alright. 

When we arrived, she pointed at this chicken restaurant. Oh wells. So yeah. If you want to give this restaurant a try, you just have to locate Yellow Cab and it's somehow near that place. It's actually unlikely for you to miss this because it's quite big of a 
place and stuff. Bigger than Yellow Cab. 

Unnecessary photo of myself. LOL.
Here's what I got. Roasted chicken I believe? Yup. That's it. 

The chicken comes with soup and rice and that little somethings there. I ordered Soy Milk for a drink. Nothing special about the drink as well. But the soup was good. We also had Tofu Steak which was also good! :)


My mom and I also finished this big bowl of coconut milk desert with some other stuff in it. I don't know. But it was good! :)) Mom ordered a big bowl for all of us but then my sisters don't like how it tastes to yeah, mom and I didn't mind finishing it. LOL. 

That's all! :)
You can always tell me what you think by leaving a comment! :) And may the odds be ever in your favor.