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Love and Anatomy

14 Feb

Love is in the air.

Who is there to blame?!

“Certainly not me,” our guest exclaims.

We’ve invited a person whose friends with world-renowned love experts, Dr. Eros Weh.

“Allow me to explain. Love can be attributed to human anatomy and physiology. Continue reading

7 Important Tips on Tip Giving

28 Jan

Are the people around you in constant need of tips and advice?

Do you have a strong want to help them out?

Don’t you have anything else to blog about?

Lucky for you, I have the greatest guide on how to give people tips!

You’ll be giving people tips like a pro in no time!

It’ll not only help others but it’ll also largely boost your dwindling or already overflowing ego in return.

Take a pen and a paper and take note of the following things you surely won’t want to miss! Continue reading

Lessons Learned From Cooking Pancakes

3 Oct
Pancakes ala Isko

Today, I decided to cook pancakes. I was fortunate enough to buy a mix for a pancake batter some time ago. Like most people cooking pancakes, I learned quite a lot. I think it’s right to share them: Continue reading

What’s Your Favorite Position?

20 May

Today we tackle an age-old question: What is your favorite position?

Surely you’ve been asked this very important question more than a handful of times.

What did you answer? Were you quite sure of your answer?

Have you tried any other position? Have you ever experienced crossing lines others dare not to?

Again I ask you, what is your favorite position? Continue reading

LIFE: A TETRIS BATTLE

15 May

Have you ever tried sorting all sorts of junk seemingly falling on you?

Ever wished of having something useful instead of the useless things you’re getting?

Ever wished your piling problems were gone?

You heard of Tetris before? Continue reading

Singles’ Survival Guide

14 May

With almost seven billion people on earth, you still find yourself single.

You laugh at the enormous joke the cosmos is playing on you.

You figured, there must be somebody out there for you.

It just so happens you haven’t really met that person yet.

Your patience is growing thinner while your libido is overflowing.

You ask yourself how on earth will you keep on living.

… how will you be able to bear much more of the torment of being single from conception to the end of your teenhood.

Your loneliness is consuming you.

Luckily, you found this blog written by a twenteensomething year old who managed to survive a whopping over two decades of life without any close and lasting intimate interpersonal relationship.

What stroke of luck. You read the following tips on surviving life with zero intimacy. Continue reading

We’re Special

13 May

Signs of Autism

Yesterday I read an article about Aspergers, a kind of autism. At an instant I thought of my brother. I was fixated on showing it to him who apparently exhibited the same symptoms of significant difficulties in social interaction, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests, clumsiness, and atypical use of language. In my mind, I had a picture of me laughing blissfully out loud as I teased my dear younger brother. Then I had second thoughts. Continue reading