Archive for the ‘Comedy’ Category

July 1, 2011

c/o sTpL


June 30, 2011

What if…

June 16, 2011

4.25.11 “National Oldest Sibling Day”

April 25, 2011

I’m making today the official “1st Child/Oldest Sibling Day” to pay homage to all the oldest siblings for the following:

1. For all the extra time and energy they spend, that they could be spending on themselves, trying to pave the way, setting a positive example, looking out for, and worrying about their bastard younger siblings.

2. Being the learning experience for their parents to be parents…

3. then playing 3rd parent after anyway.

4. For being the mediator and vessel of their parents’ messages.

5. For looking like their parents’ accomplices in their “plot to ruin your younger siblings lives”.

6. For having it the worst growing up.

7. For watching their younger siblings get away with murder.

8. For not being selfish and even giving a fuck about their younger siblings that their younger siblings would never get anywhere else.

Salute to you, Oldest Sibling!

Your time and energy is well spent and invested into the greater good of your younger siblings that don’t give a damn about anything you tell them anyway.  It’s understood that you bear the extra pressure, stress and weight on your shoulder by being born into this role and because you care about your little siblings.

Stay up, Stay Strong!


April 13, 2011

Sad but True but Hilarious

September 10, 2010

Being that I recently just got came back out of DJ gig retirement, I get to experience once again the ridiculous but hilarious encounters behind the turntables that make DJs want to kill or be killed.   I came across this blog site while peeping out’s blog.  The stories are hilarious and so true, accompanied by hilarious captioned sarcastic stick figure drawings.  Peep it out!

Have a great weekend!

Guess Who?

June 15, 2010

Mr. “Hip?…hip hop?…hip hop anonymous?”  himself.  Yup, way to cap me and Linda’s graduation trip/vacation.  We saw and met Mr. Rob Schneider at the DC Improv.  Just as he’s already funny in his movies, this guy is even more hilarious on stand up.  He has that goofy kind of humor that you would expect out of him, and he cracks on his life experiences and different cultures being that he’s half Jewish and Filipino.  He also has a sprinkle of some very good basic life pointers that remind us all how we should be grateful for who we are and what we have; and problems, no matter how big, will always be temporary as long as we make an effort to do something about them.  Off stage and in person, just as you would imagine him to be, he’s very down to earth, very humble, and a really chill guy that he actually stood there for a few minutes to chat before and after some pictures.  I learned from him that our mothers share the same Filipino dialect “Ilokano” which was pretty cool.  This picture was our favorite, it was really nice for us to have a moment and be goofy with Rob.  He was all about it, then he offered to sign the show’s program I was holding and wrote Go Pinoy! Love Rob Schneider.  Another great addition to my wall of fame which is running out of space.