Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

2010 has been a good year for me. I was able to go out of the country thrice this year. I was able to find balance between work and school. I was able to enjoy my time with my family and friends.  I was able to find love (or so I thought).  I learned to love myself more.

I have a lot of realizations and lessons learned this year. And I will be bringing these lessons with me in 2011.

I am grateful to God, to my loved-ones, to my friends, to you. Thank you everyone for being a part of my 2010! :)

I always spend New Year's eve at my parents' place but this year is different because I'm spending it alone in my unit. My original plan was to just sleep and rest and let the holiday go by but I figured, life is too short to be "KJ"! Hehehe.

So what did I prepare for my New Year's Eve meal? Hmmmm... well, I have Pasta Paella, Seafood Pizza, Cheese & Crackers, Cake, Fish & Chips and milk! Yeheyyyyyyy! It's a party for one and I'm loving it! Hahahaha.

I hope everyone's having a fabulous time this New Year whether you're spending it alone or with your loved-ones!

Let's all welcome 2011 in style! =) Cheers to a bright and fruitful year ahead of us!

The Unpure One,


P.S. - Wag kayo magpaputok ha? Or kung ndi nyo talaga mapigil, wag kayo magpaputok sa loob! Hahahaha! (Loob ng bahay!)

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas!

December 24

I had a fun Christmas Eve. I spent the morning of December 24th with a good friend I haven't seen in awhile. We had breakfast in Technohub. We updated each other with our respective lives and it was super fun! We laughed, we cried, we bonded. I love it!

I met up with a friend of a friend on the afternoon of the same day. We had lunch and then coffee. We shared stories about life and work. And then we did a bit of shopping and ended the day with a few bottles of beer.

It was a good day. :)

December 25

I went to my parents' house. All my siblings were there too so it was a lot of fun! Ndi kame naghahanda kapag Christmas.  We treat it like a normal day. We always celebrate on the 26th because it's my Dad's birthday. So earlier, I just brought pizza and icecream. My sister brought pasta. My other sister brought salad. My brother brought himself. Hahahahah!

Tulog pa sila kanina so I woke them up when I arrived. Hehehehe!

My sister gave me this silk nightgown para daw magka-boyfriend nako! Hahaha!

My super cute inaanak! She's so pretty and chubby! *gigil*

We bonded the whole afternoon and we heard mass in the evening. It was a good day spent with my whole caboodle. Tomorrow's going to be fun because it will be our Christmas + Dad's birthday celebration. I gave my dad his gift kanina and he loved it. He was smiling like a little kid. Super cute :)

Merry Christmas everyone!

Here's a short video to show how much I appreciate all of you for reading my blog. Hehehe.

The Unpure One,


Monday, December 20, 2010

My Blog Turns "1" !!!

Today marks the 1st year anniversary of my blog. Yipppppeeeee!

This blog has served its purpose in more ways than one. It has become my online journal throughout the year. It has been my outlet, my sounding board. When I feel sad and lonely and I feel like venting out to the world, my blog has been very useful. On days when I feel happy and chirpy and funny, this blog has been very tolerant of my weird sense of humor. This blog has also seen me through times when I feel like being a drama queen.

Alot of things have changed this year - in me, in my life. And I am so grateful that I have this blog to share my experiences with. It has stayed by my side for the past 365 days. It has become my virtual friend. It's become my therapy.

Thank you to everyone who spares a few moments of their day to read whatever weird stuff that I write here. Thank you to all the people who leave their comments. Thank you to all the people who sends me email when they appreciate what I write.

From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU. ♥ ♥ ♥

Cheers to more stories about life, love and everything in between. Stay tuned!

The Unpure Grateful One,


Sunday, December 19, 2010

Weekend Tales: Club Circa

Why are there alot of kids out on a Saturday night? Where do they get their pang-gimik? My friends and I were in Eastwood last night and boy was it full of teenagers! When I was their age, I didn't have enough money to go out and party. My baon can only go as far as a lunch and movie date in SM North. Hahaha!

And mind you, mas madami pa silang perang pambili ng beer. Hahahaha! Kung sino yung nagtatrabaho na, yun pa yung kuripot to spend on alchol. LOL! Iba na talaga ang panahon ngayon. :)

Lasing nako kunware. Look at my friend in the background, parang nagsa-sunbathing lang. :)

Kung makasayaw kame, feeling bagets lang! Hahahaha!

Fun time with friends!

Pag may nagtatanong ng age ko sinasabe ko "23". Hahahaha. Na-stuck nako sa 23. LOL!

How'd your weekend go? It's less than a week before Christmas, I hope everyone's already in their festive mood. Let's spread Holiday cheers all around!

I'm off on December 24, 25 and 26. Yehey! I lovettttt.

Don't forget my Christmas gift, ok? :)

The Unpure One,


Monday, December 13, 2010

Weekend Tales: My Sashimi Experience

I had a super fun Saturday with good friends. I drank a lot of booze that night so I had a major hang-over the following day - splitting head-ache and an upset stomach. Ugh. Bad combo!

I was just planning to stay home and rest the whole Sunday but a friend asked me out for dinner. I wasn't really in the mood to go out but my friend was so persistent that I eventually gave in. I wasn't in the mood to dress up too so I just went out in shorts and sando. Haha, parang pupunta lang sa kanto. LOL.

I thought we were just going somewhere near my place but my friend decided to bring me to Ayala Triangle Gardens since I've been raving about how much I wanted to see the lights and sound show. Had I known that we were going to Makati, I would've dressed to the nines. Hahahah, arte lang! Anyway, we arrived there by 9pm and there were alot of people in the area. We didn't catch the show because it's only from 6 to 8 in the evening. Bummer! I was in the mood to eat chicken rice in Wee Nam Kee that night but the restaurant was packed! As in super dame ng taoBlockbuster sa pila! Hehe.  Because I was already super hungry and I didn't want to wait in line, we just decided to eat in Omakase.

I really don't like eating anything raw. Well, except for *toot toot*.... Hahahahahah! I eat Kinilaw but I don't think I can consider it as raw since the fish has already been cooked in vinegar. So anyway, my friend dared me to eat sashimi and I was his willing victim that night. Hehe. He took pictures para daw I have memories of my first Sashimi experience. LOL!

Ewwwww hilaw!

I ordered Coke and Tamago soup too so that I can have something to wash down the gooey after-taste of the sashimi. :) Madaya ako e! Hehehe.

And now for the main part... Kikoman, check. Wasabi, check. Calamansi, check. My friend kept assuring me that the fish looked fresh so there's nothing to be yucky about.
Did I like it? Uhmmmmm, well.... you know the saying right - "A picture paints a thousand words." Hehehehe!

I can't remember the names of what we ordered for dinner. Nawala ako sa wisyo dahil sa pagkain ng hilaw na isda. I'm not cut out to live the sosyal life. Syet. Hahahaha! Basta dinner consisted of salmon and chicken. Both dishes were cooked to perfection. Hehe.

After dinner, I wanted to take pictures of the lights around the triangle but by the time we got out of the resto, all the lights were out already! Waaaaaaaaaa! Napakamalas ko naman talaga. They turn off the lights by 10pm, said the guards. Oh well, will just come back there next time.

Since we still didn't want to leave, we just goofed around the place. My friend gave me another dare. He dared me to strut a super-jologs pose. Opkors I was game for it. Pose lang pala e. :)

After that, we went to Starbucks in Greenbelt to people-watch while drinking coffee.

Tapos nung nandun kame, there was this woman who made a scene because she said that one of the guards daw in Starbucks was being rude to her. As in she was screaming like crazy. Sayang I didn't capture it. It's in times like this when I wish I had a Flip Mino. Hahahaha! So I can capture everything in HD.

Babae : Napakabastos mo! Bakit sino ka ba? Guard ka lang dito ah!
Guard : no comment.
Babae : Lagi ako nagpupunta dito tapos lagi moko ginaganyan. Bakit, crush mo ba ko?!
(natawa ko nung sinabe 'to ni Ate. Muntik ko na mabuga yung kape ko pero syempre quiet lang ako kase baka ako naman ang awayen nia, Hehehehe.)
Guard : (went inside the stockroom para maka-iwas sa gulo)
Babae : Gusto ko makausap yung manager niyo! Hindi ako nahihiya! Sisigaw ako kung gusto ko!

Yehey! Ang saya :) Sayang talaga wala akong dalang video recorder. Hehehehehe!

How'd your weekend go? May na-witness din ba kayong away sa kalye? :)

The Unpure One,


I Hate It!

Don't you just hate it when you have your picture taken only to find out that there's something or someone in the background that ruined the whole kodak-moment?!

Ayan si ate, mega-pose pa with mega-wide smile. But wait, there's more. Hahaha. Look at the background! LOL! Panira :)

And then there's yours truly. Nagpapacute pa, ndi namalayan na may kalendaryo sa background! Hahahaha! Ndi man lang sosyal na calendar. Yan yung free calendar pag naka P100 kang pandesal sa neighborhood bekeri (bakery). LOL.

Has this happened to you before? Show me the pics! I wana see :)

Hope everyone had a good Sunday like I did.

The Unpure One,


Thursday, December 2, 2010


Hey hey hey! Just sending a quick hello to everyone who never fail to visit. :) I checked my stats earlier and most of my referrals come from topblogs. I'm currently #6 in Blogs on Sex. Hahaha, wtf? All the while I thought that this blog screams purity, chastity and all of that girly, virginal stuff. Hehehe. Ndi pala. LOL.

But anyway, thanks for always dropping by my blog even if I don't post that much lately.

23 days to go before Christmas! Hope everyone's just about done with their holiday shopping!

The Unpure One,


Thursday, November 25, 2010

Of Bags and Relationships

I got a brand-spankin' new "bag" a couple of months ago. It was shiny and pretty and it looked like it had all of the things that I needed in a bag. I saw it on the display. It was beckoning to me, calling to me -  the bag wanted me to take it home.

There were actually a couple of other bags on the display. There were some that looked sparkly but you know deep down inside that it's not the type of bag that you wanted. There were others that looked exactly like what you were looking for but when you tried to open the flap, you realized that there just wasn't any kind of connection at all. There were some that had the perfect "bling" on the outside but on the inside it was just blah.

Since I still can't find my "bag", I looked some more. I tried searching for "the one". But I realized that the more I searched, the more elusive it became.

So I stopped searching. I relaxed a little. I prayed a lot. And just when I was about to give up on my quest to find the "perfect bag", something magical happened. There was this one "bag" on the display that caught my fancy. It had all of the little specifications that I was looking for. It was shiny, it was brand new. It was pretty.

I used this bag almost everyday. I brought it with me wherever I went. I've even showed my friends how nice my bag looked. I welcomed the bag in my world. I welcomed the bag in my life. I cleaned it, cared for it. I didn't want to part with it.

But after several months of using the bag, some of its stitching came undone. It still served its purpose but it wasn't like how it was when I first got it. I became disappointed. I blamed it on the (quality of the) bag. There came a point when I felt like the "bag" was neglecting me... like it didn't want me anymore. I felt like the bag was trying to destroy itself on purpose so I can dispose it already.

And then one day it dawned on me -  It wasn't just the bag that lost its luster. I was also to blame because I didn't care for it well. I also had my share of shortcomings. I still care for the bag, don't get me wrong. But there are times when I feel inadequate.

The "ohhhssss" and "ahhhs" that I muttered when I first saw the bag has been replaced with a little whining here and there.

The magic has waned. The luster has faded.

There were times when I thought I couldn't live with it anymore. There were days when the thought of just leaving the bag looked enticing. But did I leave the bag? Did I ditch it? NO.

I am no masochist but I am really very patient when it comes to things that I deem important. I don't think it's right to just leave my bag to the trash only because it's not as functional as when I first got it.  I've gone through good and bad moments with my bag. I've never cared for any other bag the way I do with this one.

There are other bags out there who want me to take them home.  But I really have my eyes focused on this one - "my" bag.

I'm holding on to my bag. I will continue to love and care for it. I will nurture it the best I can. It's been a rough ride lately, but I know things will get better. I know it will.

It's true that love is sweet when it's new. But in reality, it's sweeter when you try to make it through the rough patch and choose to be together even when it really sucks.

So what happens now that the magic's gone? Well, my bag and I will create our own magic. =)

We can do this. I know we will.

The Unpure One,


Thursday, November 18, 2010


You're a falling star, you're the get away car.
You're the line in the sand when I go too far.
You're the swimming pool, on an August day.
And you're the perfect thing to say.

And you play it coy but it's kinda cute.
Ah, when you smile at me you know exactly what you do.
Baby don't pretend that you don't know it's true.
'cause you can see it when I look at you.

And in this crazy life, and through these crazy times
It's you, it's you, you make me sing.
You're every line, you're every word, you're everything.

You're a carousel, you're a wishing well,
And you light me up, when you ring my bell.
You're a mystery, you're from outer space,
You're every minute of my everyday.

And I can't believe, uh that I'm your (wo)man,
And I get to kiss you baby just because I can.
Whatever comes our way, ah we'll see it through,
And you know that's what our love can do.

I Love You. =)

Monday, November 15, 2010

You're the man, Pacman!

I love Wrestling. Everybody close to me knows that. Boxing, not so much. I watch it only when it's Manny Pacquiao. Hehe. I woke up around 9am yesterday and I immediately went online. I bugged all my friends who were online in YM and Facebook if they had links to the Pacquiao-Margarito fight.

Of course I didnt want to wait for the Channel 7 telecast. Like most Filipinos, I wanted to watch it live. Jab per jab, pound for pound. Luckily, one of the links given to me had clear live streaming. Yipeeee! So I bought chips, ice cream and soda.  It's a good thing that Pacquiao didn't end the match at Round 4 para sulit naman yung mga chichiryang binili ko. Hahaha! I bought chips good enough to last me till the 12th round.

I was screaming and shouting and cursing the whole time. Hahahhaha! Finally, by round 10, medyo kalmado nako. Alam ko nang mananalo si Manny. I feel sad for Margarito though because this fight would've been a good comeback for him in the boxing industry after having been suspended for a year. Oh well, better luck next time.

Congrats Manny! I love you! You're the man, Pacman! :)

HAHAHAAHHA, ayos ba?

The Unpure One,


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Sweet Surrender

Hey everyone! Got a sweet tooth? You might want to check out the Dessert Expo happening this Saturday.

See you there! :)

Monday, November 8, 2010

Baby talk

I have a confession to make. I sometimes love to "baby talk". Pag nagpapacute or naglalambing. And sometimes I even record it too. But when I watched this video, wow, grabe, kinabog ako ni Katrina Halili. Hahahaha! Baby talk kung baby talk. Winner! :)

Watch the video. Fave part ko is at 3:17 when Katrina Halili said "Girlfriend mo lang sya, ako asawa mo eh!". Hahaha! I wonder what Vicki Belo felt when she saw this video a year ago.

This is what lust, drugs and stupid love can do to you. So kids, beware!

The Unpure One,


Saturday, November 6, 2010


I had a very busy yet productive week at work. It's a nice way to start the month as I'm within quota. Yehey!

Today, I went to school at 7:30am. 1st day of the 2nd semester. Most professors don't go to class on the first day but I was lucky enough that all my teachers were present earlier. At least ndi sayang yung pagpunta ko! Hehehe.

After school, I rushed off to Makati to host a birthday-slash-slumber party. The kids were all game so it was a very fun afternoon. The party ended around 7pm. I was sooo tired, my legs were a bit sore from standing up the whole afternoon, my head hurts and the only thing I was looking forward to was to go home and sleep and cuddle. But of course, I dont feel like complaining at all because I feel blessed that I have work, school and occasional rakets like this to keep me busy. 

You know what would really complete my day? Jacuzzi + massage.


Oh well. Im super spent to do anything! I just wana relax, sleep and cuddle!!!!!!
Good night everyone! Hope all of you had a very productive week too!

The Unpure One,


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Go-getter

Albert Einstein did not speak until he was four years old and didn't read until he was seven. Thomas Edison was a school drop out. Walt Disney got bankrupt a couple of times before he built Disneyland.

So what do I have in common with these great people? (Hanep sa leveling no? Haha)

We all started with a dream.

Let me tell you my story.

When I was a little girl, I have this rich godmother who always had nice condos and nice cars to her name.  She had a thriving business and she was living the life. I used to visit her in her posh condo in Makati every Christmas and I would always feel excited and jumpy everytime we’d go there. It was pretty and fancy and classy in a homey kind of way. Her bathroom would always be full of nice-smelling perfumes and lotions. When I was little, I remember telling my mom that I want to have a condo like hers when I grow up. I want to have my own place, my own car, and my own business.

Twenty years later, I dropped out of college, barely had a hundred peso in savings, but I still had that fire in me. I knew deep down inside that I still wanted my childhood dream to materialize.

Three years ago, I got a call from my mom telling me that one of her friends was moving to the US and that she was selling her unit somewhere in QC. She wanted to know if I wanted to get it. (Read: BUY it, not rent it!)

At first I thought the idea was absurd because I barely had enough money in Savings so how in hell am I going to buy it. My mom said that the processing of the titles and the papers and equity would set me back around 200k. On top of that, the cost of the unit was six-digits-something thousand. Hehehe.

What the fuck? I don’t even have 30 grand in my account. So how in the world would I be able to come up with 200k for starters? Since the seller was a friend of my mom’s, she has given me a year to try and save up for it. If not, then they will offer it to someone else.

I knew that I wouldn’t be able to save that much amount if I would only rely on my salary so I had to think of ways to earn money on the side. That’s when I scoured out newspapers and online ads for things that I could do during my days off from work. I figured that since I wanted to own this unit real bad, I need to do something about it.. Fast! Karir kung karir! Hahahaha!

Since makapal ang mukha ko and I have this penchant for entertaining people, I tried applying as a party host. No, not the usual hosts that you see in fast food chains. Of course, if you want to aim, you should aim big time. Hahahaha! I remember my first assignment was during the launch of a real estate somewhere in Las Pinas. Yes, kahit malayo kinarir ko sya. Hahahaha! I hosted a party for the kids and did some storytelling. The pay wasn’t big but because I was just starting out, I didn’t want to charge so high. (At least not yet anyway, hehehe).

After that stint, I hosted a party in Greenbelt. It was during this time that a lady from the audience approached me and told me she had her own party business. She wanted to get me as her host for double the price that Im currently getting. Wow, may pirata effect rin pala sa ganyan. Hahaha! Because I needed to save up, I agreed to jump ship. So she got me party bookings left and right. I would go to work Mondays thru Fridays, and then I would do my “sideline” Saturdays and Sundays. Yes, ako na! Ako na si Kuracha! Walang pahinga! :) I remember there were times when I had two parties to host in one day. So talagang karir kung karir. (Just to make it clear, I host kiddie parties, not stag parties ha! Hahahah.)

So ang ending, I saved money from my hosting sideline and I also saved some money from my salary and in the end, I was able to come up with the money needed to start with the processing, tax, equity, etc. Tapos yung actual amount ng unit I applied through Pag-Ibig. Yup, I did it on my own. Didn’t ask a single penny from my parents. Ndi naman kame mayaman noh! Hehehe.

I feel happy everytime I look back at that phase in my life because it just goes to show that if you want something so bad, nothing is impossible. You just need to work hard for it and eventually it will be yours. My unit may not be as posh as my godmother’s Makati condo, but because I’ve worked hard to get it, it will always be my little square space of heaven. *smile*

Ö Travel and see the world. (or at least 1/8 of it. Haha)
Ö Get my own unit.
Ö Learn to cook.
Ö Snag a wonderful boyfriend.

Currently working on:

Get a degree – working on it as we speak.
Save for the future – slaving for it as we speak. (hahahah!)

Dreams for the future :

Get married.
Get an MBA.
Have cute babies.
Become a teacher.
Live life.

Everything starts with a dream.

Let’s all dream! And let’s all dream BIG! Spreading positive vibes all around! :)

The Unpure One,


Monday, November 1, 2010

10 Reasons Why I Love You

There are countless reasons why I love you but here's the top ten reasons at the top of my head --

10. I connect with you in so many levels. We may have petty misunderstandings every once in awhile but I know that every fight.. every misunderstanding brings us closer together. We are wired differently that's why there are times when our personalities clash but what's important is that at the end of the day, we respect each other's differences and we arrive at compromises to make the relationship work.

9. You love me for who and what I am. I don't love myself sometimes (haha), but you, you never fail to see me beyond my flaws and imperfections. I can be weird on most days.. I can be a tough nut to crack sometimes but these shortcomings of mine doesn't bother you at all. You encourage me to do wonderful things because you believe in me and the goodness of my heart.

8. You are my human Kleenex. Hahaha! You play alot of roles in my life but this has got to be one of the best. I can laugh with you, laugh at you and at the same time I can cry on you. It's nice to have someone who you can tell not only the good chapters of your life, but also the sad, disappointing ones without fear of being judged. Thank you for loving a crybaby like me. :)

7. I love you because you smell good and you always wear nice, clean shoes. Haha! And you look super cute when you're wearing shorts.

6. You are dangerously charming. You have this certain look, this certain appeal that girls and gays alike find attractive. Hahaha.  And I'm glad that you are mine. I love it!

5. You are the sweetest! I'm sure you don't think of yourself that way but that's how I see you. You do things for me that no one else has ever done before. You make me feel important and special and I truly love and thank you for that.

4. We can be goofy and silly together. Despite the age difference, we think and act alike on most days! Haha! Being around you is never a bore. Life's complicated as it is so it's nice to have someone like you to help balance things out. We have the best times together. Regardless of where we are, we find ways to have fun. I always look forward to days when we're together.

3. You are a devil in the kitchen! They say that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, hmmm, i think the same holds true for me. Hehe. You had me with your adobo and pork steak and your orgasmic potato crisps! :) And your tuna sandwich too! I really appreciate that you exert time and effort to make me yummy dishes every once in awhile.

2. You have a genuinely good heart. You are caring and kind and wonderful and super hot too! Haha. And I still can't believe how lucky I am to have you in my life. Thank God for technology! LOL.

1. You help me become a better person. That's the biggest reason why I love you so much. Remember that one time when I was thinking of doing something illegal (hahaha) and you told me not to do it. I am not the type who consults people when it comes to big decisions in my life, but when you came, I felt like I wanted to share everything with you. I value your opinion so much because I know that you only want what's best for me. You know how much I'm bent in finishing school and I appreciate the fact that you are very supportive of my studies. Yung pagtulong sa assignments, yung pag hatid-sundo, these are the little things that I really value because it shows just how much you care for me.

I love you and all the little things that you do. :)

The Unpure One,


Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Simple Pero Rock!

I'm a very simple girl with very simple dreams. I dress in simple clothes, I don't put on too much make-up. I wear just a hint of perfume. Simple things make me happy.

I am simplicity personified.

I am not a big fan of commercials but when I saw this tonight on TV, I instantly loved it! It's simple yet the message it wants to convey hits right home. It's super cute! I liket!

If you haven't watched the Coffeemate commercial yet, see the vid below. :)

Have a good week everyone!

The Unpure One,



Kahit di ka mag make-up o pumorma,
Mas mahalaga'y bawat sandaling tayo'y magkasama.

Sa sarap ng Nestle Coffeemate,
Walang kapalit ang sarap at timpla
Di hahanap ng iba.

(Mananatili 'to, at ndi magbabago.)

Friday, October 22, 2010


I've been working in the same company for 5 years now and my colleagues always ask me where I get my motivation and positivity from. On my performance review last month, my boss commended me for having a very positive take on things.

My friends also tell me that I am a very positive person. I don't know what made them say that but I guess looking at the glass half-full has always been one of my inborn qualities. But what's alarming is that lately, I feel like I'm running out of positive vibes.

Stress from the daily grind... responsibilities... personal issues...unrealized expectations... Sigh. These are things that get the best of me sometimes. I am human too, you know. I can't be all positive and sunshin-y all of the time.

So just for tonight, I'd give myself the chance to rant. To become a scrooge. To not be my usual self. Because sometimes it's okay to not be okay.

What to do in times like these?

1. Move, move, move! Yes, it's nice to exercise and sweat all your stress away. So last night, I put on my midriff tanktop and my skimpy shorts and I danced in front of the mirror. Hahaha! Yes, I danced to the tune of Keisha's TikTok. At 2-freakin-AM! LOL. And it felt real good. I danced, gyrated and made a goofball of myself. 'Twas fun!

2. Eat to your heart's content! This morning I stuffed myself silly with all things yummy. I ate palabok, fresh lumpia, kwek-kwek, egg pie and banana bread. Yeheyyyyyy.

3. Rekindle an old hobby! I've been real busy with school and work and life the past few months that I sort of lost the time and interest to read books. This week, I started reconnecting with my paperbacks. I'm currently reading Nelson DeMille's "The General's Daughter".

4. Think of your blessings!

5. Pray.

And last but not the least, blog about it! Hahaha. Yes, it's really therapeutic to put all your emotions on print. Because it's sometimes nice to acknowledge within yourself that you are not okay. What's not okay is when you don't feel okay and you don't do anything to be okay. Hehehehe, kakahilo no? :)

Well at least I'm doing something about it. So I'm sure I'll be back to being Ms. Sunshine in the next few days.

How about you, are you losing it? What do you do to recharge?

Hope everyone's having a fantastic Friday!

The Unpure One,


Monday, October 18, 2010


You came at a time when I wasn't looking for someone,
I was happpy being alone,
I was happy doing things on my own,
I was happy being me.

Just when I already accepted the fact
that I am going to live my life alone,
you came.

You came and my whole world changed.

You brought the smile back on my face.
You brought sunshine.
You brought hope.

And most important of all,
You brought you.
You brought you and your love.
You brought you and your heart.
You brought everything that is wonderful.

You came and changed the status quo.

Just when I thought I was happy being alone,
You came.
And you made my life even better.
So please don't go anywhere.

I love you. :)


Yes, Mushy Monday it is! Hahahaha! Love, love, love! Happy Week ahead!

The Unpure One,


[Photo Credit : here]

Friday, October 15, 2010

FACT YOU! (Part Deux)

(Part 1 can be found here --> hit me!)

15 Random Facts About Me:

1. I cry everytime I poo. Hahahahahah! Yes I do, seriously. I don't kow if there's a medical explanation for that. Is the a-hole connected to the tear ducts? LOL!!!!

2. I talk like a man. (Refer to #1 as example) Yes. I talk about dirty, eeeky, and mostly unpure stuff. I curse like a man too. Haha! Yes I know that's bad but I can't help it. That's why I have a lot of male friends. Men easily warm up to me because I talk like them.

3. My favorite curse? "Fuckin sh!t" --  I utter these words when I get excited or anxious or pissed off or when I am hot and bothered. LOL.

4.  My ultimate dream date is to go on a picnic. Basket full of munchies, cheese and crackers, beer/wine, and banig! Yes, the works! And we'll be surrounded by all things green and flowery! I super like! I've never been out on a picnic date before. It sucks to be me. Hahahahaa.

5. When I'm running out of cash while shopping, I usually take a picture of the dress that I wasn't able to buy to serve as a reminder for me to buy it the next time around. (But yeah, majority of the time, ndi ko na sya nababalikan.. LOL!)

Like the other day, I bought a dress in the mall. When I was on my way out, I saw this dress but it was too expensive. Bakit ganun? Kung ano yung konti yung tela, yun yung mahal? Hahaha!

6. I can't live without my hair straightening iron. (and my laptop)

7. My dad only spanked me twice during my entire childhood. I can't remember why he spanked me the first time, but the last time he did was because I told my eldest brother "Mamatay Ka Na!". Ayun, napalo ako! Ouchie! (Moral Lesson : pag inaway ang kapatid, siguraduhing hindi maririnig ng tatay nyo. Haha)

8. Contrary to the above, I am close to my brother and sisters. No choice eh! Hahahahaha! I share the juicy secrets of my life to my sisters. My brother? He's the family's biggest goofball. We have loads of fun when we are together.

"The Retards"

9. May umakyat ng ligaw saken dati sa bahay. Muntik nang masuntok ng kuya ko. Hahahahahahaha!

10. My favorite comfort food - isaw, ox brain, fishballs, McDo cheeseburger, eggpie, Marty's! Dame no? =)

11. I don't look the part but I was once a good dancer (PAST TENSE). Hahahaha! I was a member of a dancegroup back in Elementary and we joined a contest. Of course we won first place. Tugtog namen - "Foolish Heart"! Hahahah. Major Ewwwwwww :)

12. I still dance until now. But mostly when no one's watching.

Sideline ko pag weekend - Poledancing. Hahahahaha!

13. I've never been attracted to men with abs


14. Men with abs don't find me attractive. (Hahahahahaha, the feeling is mutual pala. LOL!)

15. My favorite song is "Lovely Day" and "Moonriver".


Thank God it's Friday! Yeheyyyyyyy! Have a good week everyone!

The Unpure One,


McDonald's Twister Fries Is Back!

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Monday, October 11, 2010

Let's Play Footsies!

A fetish is a sexual fixation on something - it can be an object or a body part. Google defined it as - "a form of sexual desire in which gratification depends to an abnormal degree on some object or item of clothing or part of the body".

Here are the Top 10 Men's Fetishes according to :

10. Stomach
9.   Body Piercing
8.   Leather, Rubber, Vinyl, Latex
7.  Domination and Submission
6.  Feet and Hands
5.  Fingernails and Lipstick
4.  Braids, Ponytails and Pigtails
3.  Water
2.  Golden showers
1.  Voyeurism and Exhibitionism

I can't believe that foot fetish landed on the #6 spot. I'm still shaking my head in disbelief. Tsk tsk tsk. You see, I don't have the world's nicest feet. I can't even begin to describe how my feet looks like. While others usually describe their feet as "mukang luya" (hahahaha), mine looks even worse - it looks like a cauliflower. (rolling on the floor with laughter)

I've inserted a picture of a cauliflower to stress my point. My toes look like that. Seriously. Big, and wrinkly and they have bumps in all the wrong places! Hahahaha! I am not kidding you. My feet has got to be the worst female feet ever. That's why I got really upset when I learned that most men go gaga over women with nice toes or feet or whatev. Oh well.

If your man has a foot fetish and you have cauliflower-looking toes like I do, here's what you can get your man for Christmas.

Introducing the "Pussyfoot". It's a foot with a p*ssy! You can bite 'em, lick 'em, suck 'em and when you're hot and ready to go, just flip it and in the sole, you can find the glorious hole that will lead you to heaven. LOL.

How about you, what's your fetish?

It's Monday once again. Loosen up a bit. Laugh a little. :)

Have a great week ahead people!

The Unpure One,


[Picture Source : here ]

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

When God Made You

He made the sun, He made the moon

to harmonise in perfect tune
One can't move without the other
They just have to be together

And that is why I know it's true
You're for me and I'm for you
Cause my world just can't be right
Without you in my life

I wonder what God was thinking
When He created you
I wonder if He knew everything I would need
Because He made all my dreams come true

He must have heard every prayer I've been praying
Yes, He knew everything I would need
When God made you
When dreams come true
When God made you
He must have been thinking about me


I love you.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Weekend Tales : GAYUMA NI MARIA

I was having a rough day yesterday. I had a stressful week at work and things in the personal front were a bit shaky yesterday. I didn't have dinner the night before and I skipped breakfast yesterday so you can just imagine how hungry I was come lunchtime.

I was in a foul mood and you know how good food can alter your mood, right? And that's when I decided that I wanted to try out GAYUMA NI MARIA. I've heard good reviews about the place. They were originally located in Xavierville but after it got burned down, they moved to a new location near UP Village.

So I hauled my ass over to Maginhawa street. I texted the owner before I went there and she was accomodating enough to give me directions (plus chow points in my book, hehe). I asked if I needed to make reservations prior to going there and she told me that they have enough tables that day to accomodate my lonesome, sexy self. LOL!

This is what will greet you --

And a painting of this boy

And you will also see what's on today's menu --

Menu for the day - Country Side Fling and Size Doesn't Matter... (say what?!?! Haha)

I like going to places that are not too commercialized. I'm a simple girl and I like going to places that doesn't have too much pizzaz. There's beauty in simplicity and Gayuma ni Maria is so much like that. I like that they don't have big, fancy interiors. And it's cute that they have mismatched chairs. It's cute and quirky.

Simple, dainty interiors ala-bread and breakfast... Hehe!

Aside from food, they also sell coffee beans and sex toys! Haha! I like! :)

Okay enough about the interiors, I didn't go there just for that. Haha! Let's get down to business. I ordered appetizer first and because me and the bf started eating healthy for the past two weeks, I can't get myself to order pork or beef. Hehe. Baet ko no? I ordered fish instead.

Kala Ni Mare - P 120
GAYUMATIZED Calamares with jellied littuco (rattan) fruit

I didn't wait that long for the appetizer to arrive. It was served hot and crispy, just the way I liketttt! Aprub! :) They could've just improved the sauce a little bit. It's too sweet for my taste so they could've opted for a sauce with a slightly salty and sour punch. But over all, the calamares was malambot. Purrrfect! Haha!

And then came the main dish. The one I originally ordered wasn't available that day so I ordered the next striking dish in the menu - it's called Once You Go Black, You Never Go Back! Cute name for a dish, right? Very catchy!

Once You Go Black, You Never Go Back - P 225
Cocoa-crusted Cream dory with Chocolate Sauce - you'll never want to eat fish any other way

Because I wasn't feeling particularly jovial and adventuruous that day, I didn't enjoy this dish so much. I didn't feel like chocolate sauce should go with the cream dory. It just doesn't jive! So much like your little sister shouldn't go out with your older brother's barkada. Ganung feeling. It's just taboo! Noooooo! Hahahaha!

The fish was moist and tender and the rice also smelled good. Yes, I am very particular with my rice. I love rice (more than anything that's important in this world. Hahahaha!). I think I would've enjoyed this dish had I not come there in my gloomy, f*cked up mood. If I can only talk to the dish, I'd prolly say "It's not you, it's me". Hahahaha! Relasyon lang. LOL.

Now let's talk about dessert. I asked for the menu again to check for sweet treats and I was caught off guard by the name of their famous dessert - BEATS SEX ANYDAY! Wow. So this dessert is better than sex? What? How? Why? It cannot be!!!!! I had all these questions running through my head, I just have to try it.

Beats Sex Anyday - P 75
Rich chocolate cake mercilessly topped with butterscotch, cream and chocolate bits

Did I feel like it lived up to its name? Hmmmmm. Welllllll... Uhmmmmm... It's hard to decide. Hahahahaha! But one thing's definitely fo' sure, this one is BEST WITH SEX! Hahahahahaha! :)

I make good food reviews, yes? Funny and at the same time informative right? Right? Right? Okay, good. Not your usual kind of boring, in your face reviews, diba? Hahaha. Kapal.

Here's a couple of more shots of the resto -

You can eat in the counter. Parang bahay lang talaga. Cute!

This door will lead you to the second floor

The next time I come back, I would want to sit in this area sa 2nd floor.
I wana have dinner while sitting on the banig and Moonriver's playing in the background!
So cheezyyyyy I likettttt!

Restroom's biggg and clean. Plus points for me. And they have tissue paper! Yeyyy! Hahaha!

I will definitely go back to GAYUMA Ni Maria. We have a lot of unsettled issues. Haha!  I will go back when I'm in a good mood so I won't have to take up all my angst on their dishes. :)

You should try this out too! Be bewitchingly captivated at GAYUMA Ni Maria.


GAYUMA Ni Maria is located at 123 V. Luna Extension (Maginhawa St.) Sikatuna Village, QC
Hours : 10am to 11pm Mon-Sat and 10am to 10pm Sun
Contact : 0921-6818989
DIRECTION for DUMMIES : (Hahahahaah!)

From Edsa, turn right on Kamias then left on Anonas (Jollibee). Turn right on V.Luna Extension (first corner). GAYUMA ni Maria will come up on your left after Sr. Pedro Lechon Manok.

From C5, take the Katipunan route then turn left on C.P. Garcia (across Dela Strada) then turn left at the intersection leading to Maginhawa St. (Krus na Ligas). On Maginhawa, turn left. GAYUMA ni Maria will come up on your right side after Bayantel.


It's Monday again! Have a great start of the week! Spread the love! :)

The Unpure One,