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Singapore Night Festival
by wecomeinpeace :)

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dinner with the team, and my Team Lead’s wife at Sushi Express, Somerset.
18-08-2014

dinner with the team, and my Team Lead’s wife at Sushi Express, Somerset.
18-08-2014

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Etude House mini haul again! 😁

Etude House mini haul again! 😁

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jet-puffed.

jet-puffed.

to more adventures and happy thoughts..

to the people you’ll meet along the way..

to more crazy and fun filled nights..

to my new 2nd home.. ❤️

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rainbows and unicorn, Diablo III way

rainbows and unicorn, Diablo III way

missing someone terribly, that the summer sun isn’t enough to keep you warm. 

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I felt like putting a bullet between the eyes of every Panda that wouldn’t screw to save its species. I wanted to open the dump valves on oil tankers and smother all the French beaches I’d never see. I wanted to breathe smoke.

(Source: mcvoys, via suicideblonde)

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Ella Henderson - Ghost

"And at most
I’m sleeping all these demons away
But your ghost, the ghost of you
It keeps me awake”

(Source: utforskaa)

July Empties, Books Edition

The month of July gave me a lot of spare time, so to make it productive I decided to read books. It has been a year (or even two) since I had a good read. 

1. Eleonor and Park by Rainbow Rowell - This story is a reminiscent of the 80s, of walkmans, The Smiths, Joy Division, of school bus, of young and sweet love. 

2. South of the Border, West of the Sun by Haruki Murakami- This is also a love story but this I could say I can relate. This is the struggle of a man and how in the end he triumphed over his craving for the unobtainable. I really have a lot to say about this book but I don’t want to spoil the future readers. 

3. Inferno, by Dan Brown - The very controversial “Manila, the Gates of Hell” as quoted by Dan Brown which I couldn’t agree more. I hope that Filipinos will read it first and be more open minded. Open mindedness shall make our country progress, c’mon guise!!! Hello government officials, please read the book!!! This is the kind of book that I would like to recommend for everyone to read. I find myself siding with Bertrand Zobrist who seemed to be the villain in the book but for me, he is a hero. The book 

Here’s a link that I think is relevant to the book: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUjKGxeLB_k#t=157 

4. A Song of Ice and Fire: Game of Thrones by George RR Martin - This month I managed to finish Season 1-4 in just a week (because the series is so awesome like that!) that I decided to read the book so somehow I’ll feel more satisfied (but still I feel sooo bitin.. haha). The book of course is more detailed and awesome. CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF JON SNOW EVEN IF HE KNOWS NOTHING. 

5. If I Stay, by Gayle Forman - The story is short and straightforward. I find myself crying because the time I finished reading the book I heard the news that someone close to me had a heart attack :( I even find myself crying on the plane going back here in SG and relating his experience to that of Mia. It’s so heartbreaking that the entire 3 hour flight I spent it on crying but the event gave me a lot of realizations though. Anyway, the movie will be out soon and Chloe Grace Moretz will be playing Mia.

6. I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella - This falls under RomCom, I always find myself rooting for the protagonist. I don’t know how Sophie Kinsella does it but her characters are always loveable and adorably funny. But for me, the main character and credits should go to the cellphone, haha. 

7. She’s Dating the Gangster by Bianca Bernardino - Because I’m jologs like that. I even managed to finish it for 3 hours. The story is what I think Filipino teenagers will adore. I didn’t like the book but I didn’t regret reading it either.