So hot. And not in a good way.
I’ve been cooped up in an airconed bedroom, too scared to even walk to the kitchen to get a glass of water.
I’m wearing a cooling gel patch on my forehead and I’ve been dizzy everyday. I really have to make an effort to get out of the house.
To illustrate how hot it is, I made an experiment with my sons to see if we could fry an egg with the heat of the sun.
At 2:45 PM we got a oiled pan and put it on a stool on the deck
Markus cracked an egg
Then I realized the pan might melt my stool. So I transferred it to the wooden floor
An hour later the yolk had cooked in a weird way, like it had suffered
As the sun began to cool down, I checked and saw it had cooked an egg, including the white, though not so pretty
Every time my favorite shows end its season, I’m always in a panic what to follow next. Desperate Housewives is finally ending and I’m waiting for the season finales of Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars. (I know, I watch girly shows.)
I’ve also downloaded ten episodes of Bethenny Ever After but haven’t watched any because sometimes I prefer to have many episodes ready before starting a season.
Recently Grace told me to watch Girls on HBO, which started only this April. I’ve seen Episode 1 and will watch Episode 2 later.
So far, I’m loving it. Having studied in New York in the ’90s, I’m obsessed with any TV show on the city. Some say Girls is the new Sex and the City, but I can’t tell because I have never seen the latter.
The show follows the lives of four girls struggling to make a life in New York, and what struck me in the first episode is, this is probably one of the few shows whose lead actress is kind of chaka.
One of her friends is a cute British girl named Jessa (played by Jemima Kirke), who has a gorgeous face and normal (read: fat) body.
So I thought, wow, this is different. Here are real-looking people we can relate to, not the perfect girls of other TV shows I mentioned above. Until I found out after while watching the credits that the reason why the lead actress is chaka is because she (Lena Dunham as Hannah) also writes, directs, and produces the show, which is kind of annoying.
Because it’s an HBO show, you can expect borderline sex scenes (read: not for your children’s eyes).
I’m just thankful Lena Dunham isn’t that illusyonada. You will see her in icky sex scenes with an ugly guy and not Bryan Greenberg!
That said I love the show and can’t wait to see it develop!
Probably the best-looking girl in the cast is Allison Williams as Marnie, who plays Hannah’s best friend and roommate
Completing the foursome is Zosia Mamet as Shoshanna who plays Jemima’s impressionable cousin.
I don’t know much more because it just started but it feels like a really good show to follow.
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Nearly 100 entries were submitted to Solo’s Online Model Search Contest, and after choosing finalists last December 2011, two winners were chosen based on votes and actual interviews.
This Summer, Solo launches its new faces for 2012: Edward Angelo for his entry, The Last Bachelor (with graphic artist John Reyes Espinola) and Sophia Balagat for Shipping Out (with graphic artist Loel Lamela).
Their new campaign photos can be seen in Solo stores nationwide.
Solo’s Summer 2012 campaign features military-inspired jackets, vest, blazers, tees, cargo pants, jeans, and accessories, along with beach essentials for the summer: bikinis in fun styles and vibrant colors, functional cover-ups, board shorts, basic tanks and swim shorts.
More than 12 million passengers from more than 100 countries voted for the best airports in the world in a survey conducted by British consultancy Skytrax.
Over 385 airports were included in the surveys completed during a 10-month survey period, which evaluated total passenger experience, including arrival, transit and departure processes up to the boarding gate.
Told you Schiphol rocks! Looks like we must visit Korea soon!
NAIA didn’t even make the top 100. Check this out.
Hello, we are jetlagging!
It is 2:10 AM in Manila and my sons and I are wide awake.
At 12:44 AM earlier I placed an order at mcdelivery.com.ph.
Within seconds I received this reply on my BlackBerry:
While waiting for my phone to ring, I took the boys to the kitchen to turn on the lights and set the table.
One hour later I called 86236 to follow up on our order. The guy who answered the phone (Erwin) said he would ask someone to call me back on the matter. Nobody did. So I called again 86236 and spoke to the same guy.
I was already angry and telling him I placed the order an hour ago and we are starving. He then said they had just received my order now (as in, one hour later) and take note, I have to wait another hour for the order to come. That means our order would’ve come at 2:44 AM. Tama ba yon?
I went absolutely nuts, I can’t tell you.
Normally other companies like Shakey’s give your order for free if they’re one hour late, but McDonald’s Delivery said I would still have to pay for an order that would have been two hours late, thank you very much.
Thank God, Markus had the initiative to take a pack of rookwurst out of the chiller, which we microwaved and ate with some rice.
I’ve used McDelivery many, many times, and while this isn’t the first time they screwed up, this is the first time I’m not getting any food. I wonder, are your call center agents sleeping on the job?