Monthly Archives: October 2009
I know you guys are wallowing in your academic shiz, or if you’re not a student, you’re probably doing the same in your existential crises. It’s fine, just go on: You have your own right to be emo. But hey, who else in the world has never practiced the right (for some people, it’s a privilege) to FAIL?? I found in, hmm I think Rogue magazine some time ago, this hilarious blog called FAILBLOG.org. Daily highlights include failure escapades, and just silly pictures and videos people send in. I like how the site makes it seem alright and exceptional, I mean as a part of human actuality. And for some really benta pictures, here they are. Control yourself from laying on the floor chuckling.
In the midst of environmental and irrigation debacle, it is fated for one to think about troubles like studying for finals, celebrities sprawling on rooftops and the president’s son thwarting the power of Facebook. It is helpful to ponder on one’s existence once in a while, and as long as you’re marooned at home (or in the library) with the laptop monitor on your face doing acads work, it is nice to keep your short breaks worthwhile by pondering. ( Read more… )
Funny how we in CMC, inserted our “graduation photos” shoot on the last week of September crunch. The zits and eye bags were breaking loose as lack of sleep was apparent on our sluggish-looking faces. All of us cannot wait for sembreak, and the one week no-class period was a more or less atypical answer to our chase for rest.
At Wednesday morning last week, I had my photo shoot (Again, no such noun as PICTORIAL!). Fortunately, It wasn’t that obvious though that I was restless the night before— thanks to my Socio10 midterm review plus an inexorable wisdom tooth-ache. No, the pictures weren’t edited: The make-up artist and the photographer did all the wonders. Now please, control yourself from laughing. Finally sing the Vitamin C classic. ( Read more… )