Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Riant = Smiling

I love him here with his riant face.

He looked so gorgeously hunky here, and I love how his face shows off a riant attitude. Edward, oh Edward, yours is the face I wanted to see, wanted to touch so tenderly. Haha.

riant: adj. smiling

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Me: Pinguid or Not?

Many people say I am, at least those who knew me since high school and college say I became fuller.

Yes, I only weighed 40 kilos when i was in my single days. And now that I got 2 kids, that made me gain weight, in fact, an additional 15 kilos.

I can't say I'm pinguid , i guess just became fuller.

See for yourself, face only!
Fat or not?

pinguid: fatty, containing a lot oil, grease or fat.

Thursday, August 13, 2009


Well, I just learned that there really is a term for one who makes up new words. I thought making up new words is just caused by some troubling inside us, that makes us create a word and put some meaning to it.

I love new words, and learning a new one everyday is a challenge to me. That's one way of enriching your vocabulary.

One who makes up new words is called a neologist. Some of my friends are neologists too, especially gay ones, hehe. So, are you a neologist too?

Tuesday, August 11, 2009


I have been really busy this week and the past and will be busy again next week, and will have shorter weekends. Thus, I have learned my lesson for the past weeks, never perendinate. Yes, because I slept through all my pending stuffs and when today is the week the IDs are needed by the schools, I make a rush effort to finish them all and reward myself with pesos, yes, pesos, not dollars! The work is too tiring, yes, but after that I'm done with this, more money for the savings. But please, let me get this over with, soon.

The lesson, do not procrastinate!

perendinate: same as procrastinate

to put off until the day after tomorrow, to keep postponing from day to day.

Monday, August 10, 2009


The four honor guards during the Cory funeral is deserving of the izzat the public is giving them.

iz·zat [ízzet]

honor: the honor, prestige or reputation of a person, organization, or institution

So, ladies and gentlemen, what can you do to give izzat to the country? Having a 1 million priced meal when all the country is groping for what food to place on their tables? Izzat any good?

Thursday, August 6, 2009


Most of us, if not all, read papers, books, and listen to stories, and even speeches.

It is but a wonder how people love stories, but some, me for example do not enjoy stories with too much gobbledygook. Well, I am actually thinking of the SONA, Arroyo has said too much of a gobbledygook on her speech rather than letting the people know the real state of the nation.

Agree or disagree?


gob·ble·dy·gook [góbb'ldee gook]
or gob·ble·de·gook [góbb'ldee gook]

nonsense or jargon: language that is difficult or impossible to understand, especially nonsense or technical jargon (informal)

  • This manual is full of gobbledygook.

  • Wednesday, August 5, 2009


    Hello guys, as you all know I am a bibliobibuli. Reading is my passion, and not only because it is associated with my work, it is also my most dependable stress-reliever, and books are my best friends.

    Reading a lot of books, workbooks, textbooks, love stories and a lot more, I always encounter words that I have only read, only heard. But while encountering them, I do not make it a point to look up the meaning of it, since oftentimes, I don't have the time.

    But since many of my friends asked for it, here's a blog to share these words to you, so you may know too what they mean, and in the future use them.

    A word a day will suffice eh?

    Let's start the ball rolling then...

    bibliobibuli: one who reads too much.

    Are you a biliobibuli?

    Because I am.