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Posted on Mar 17, 2012 at 4PM

toptumbles:

Tiger wants tiger slippers

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fuck stress, have sex.

Posted on Dec 4, 2011 at 12AM permalink

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It Comes to that point.

Posted on Dec 1, 2011 at 5PM permalink

thisasiandude:

It comes to the point where most teens realize the reason for their negative thinking is the lack of praise they get from their parents or siblings. I’m no exception.

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Posted on Oct 24, 2011 at 5AM

kaththecrapout:

Meet Siri.

For starters, Siri is your personal mobile assistant, which allows you to do anything from looking up the weather, replying to a text message (after it’s read to you aloud), searching the internet for information, to setting location-based reminders. And it’s only on iPhone 4S.

I don’t have an iPhone (never had, but I had chances to play with them through my friends) but mobile phones are related to my work and it is a requirement for me/us to learn/study about (simple-how-to’s, functions and stuff) the different kinds of phones from different manufacturers, and that includes iPhones. 

Weeks before it was released in the market, our Apple-geek trainer told us about the iPhone 4S and then he mentioned about Siri. He said, “So this newest iPhone has this built-in personal assistant blah blah and it has humor.” Being the usual skeptic that I was, syempre hindi ako naniwala kaagad because I felt that it’s too early for this kind of technology. I mean a virtual assistant that is capable of humor. Parang sa mga sci-fi movies ko lang ‘to nakikita.

Siguro mga three days after it’s release, I logged on to Tumblr and typed “Siri” on the search tag. And that was the only time I believed my trainer. Siri is not only capable of humor, Siri can also be sarcastic. Sobrang laughtrip at joketime nitong feature na ‘to. I showed this to my classmates and natawa din sila.

What do you think?

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oh!

Posted on Aug 11, 2011 at 12AM permalink

and ola im back !

gamefreaksnz:

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations beta coming to PlayStation 3 next month

gamefreaksnz:

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations beta coming to PlayStation 3 next month

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solemnlyswore:

How many college students does it take to screw in a light bulb? (by Eugene & Rusty)

solemnlyswore:

How many college students does it take to screw in a light bulb? (by Eugene & Rusty)

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Posted on May 5, 2011 at 3PM permalink

totally slipped my mind that my non-filipino followers are actually reading this blog. ~_~ ive been tumblr-ing mostly tagalog stuff. 

apologies everyone :)

thedailywhat:

Good Boy of the Day: As you may have heard by now, a lone Dog of War was among the 79 Navy SEALs involved in Operation Neptune Spear (AKA Operation Kill Bin Laden), but what you may not have heard is that this bomb-sniffing K9 likely had body-armor-piercing titanium teeth that cost $2000 a tooth to install.
“It’s just devastating what these teeth do when they into someone,” former US military dog trainer Alex Dunbar told The Daily. “It’s like being stabbed four times at once with a bone crusher.”
“SEALs are the deadliest fighting force on the planet,” former SEAL sniper Brandon Tyler Webb is quoted as saying, “and you better believe those dogs are the same.”
Below: A titanium-toothed police dog —

[fp / @mikenizza / image: thedaily.]

thedailywhat:

Good Boy of the Day: As you may have heard by now, a lone Dog of War was among the 79 Navy SEALs involved in Operation Neptune Spear (AKA Operation Kill Bin Laden), but what you may not have heard is that this bomb-sniffing K9 likely had body-armor-piercing titanium teeth that cost $2000 a tooth to install.

“It’s just devastating what these teeth do when they into someone,” former US military dog trainer Alex Dunbar told The Daily. “It’s like being stabbed four times at once with a bone crusher.”

“SEALs are the deadliest fighting force on the planet,” former SEAL sniper Brandon Tyler Webb is quoted as saying, “and you better believe those dogs are the same.”

Below: A titanium-toothed police dog

[fp / @mikenizza / image: thedaily.]

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