While surfing 9Gag, i saw this proposal of Tim to Audrey in Malaysia. Watch this:
This is one of the best proposals that I’ve ever seen.
Level of Proposal = ASIAN
Thumbs up!!! 🙂
Contest Requirements: Open to all residents in the Philippines
1. Log on to www.facebook.com/cebupacificair and click the “Summer Snapshots” tab
2. Submit a photo of your summer vacation and write a short caption
3. Photo Guidelines
– Entrant must be visible within the photograph
– Must be of high picture quality (at least 800×600 in dimension)
– Photograph can by only minimally edited (brightness, contrast, etc.)
– Must be taken during summer months (March to May)
– Must be taken recently (at most 1 year old)
4. Judging Criteria
50% Picture/Subject creativity
15% Photograph Quality
25% Caption Creativity
10% Audience Voting
5. One winner will be chosen every week for five weeks
Contest Period: May 31 – July 4, 2010
Five (5) winners will each win one (1) month-long travel pass for use in any destination
– To be used from July 1, 2010 to September 30, 2010
– Subject to embargo dates
– On a Seat Availability basis
– Online submission
– Online votes only 10% of criteria
on-transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash
I’ll be celebrating my 27th birthday tomorrow, June 19, 2010.
I’m getting older but happy with what I have now.
I’ll be celebrating it with family and friends.
I hope to receive more gifts from them. =)
Thanks for all the advance greetings but I need gifts. =)
I accept gifts of any kind. =)
Thanks for all the love guys!
According to Proclamation No. 1841, here are the regular and special holidays for 2010:
January 1, Friday – New Year’s Day
February 22, Monday (nearest to February 25) – EDSA Revolution Anniversary (special holiday for schools)
April 1 – Maundy Thursday
April 2 – Good Friday
April 9, Friday – Araw ng Kagitingan
May 1, Saturday – Labor Day
June 14, Monday (nearest to June 12) – Independence Day
August 23, Monday (nearest to August 21) – Ninoy Aquino Day (special non-working day)
August 30, last Monday of August – National Heroes Day
November 1, Monday – All Saints’ Day (special non-working day)
November 29, Monday (nearest to November 30) – Bonifacio Day
December 24, Friday (special non-working day)
December 25, Saturday – Christmas Day
December 27, Monday (nearest to December 30) – Rizal Day
December 31, Friday – Last Day of the Year (special non-working day)
Congratulations to all the winners!!! Here are the videos:
Sa mga anak ay nagpapatahan
Hirap at pagod kanilang dinaranas
Sa gawaing-bahay na ginagawa sa oras-oras
Kapag walang ina, anong mangyayari?
Ang isang tahanan ay mawawalan ng silbi
Wala na ang liwanag na dati’y namamasid
Puro dilim na ang sa ati’y nakapaligid.
Natatangi ang kanyang pagmamahal
‘Di tulad ng iba, ‘di nagtatagal
Kahit siya’y iyong ipagtabuyan
Mananatili pa rin ang nararamdaman
Sadyang ang ina ay isang uliran
Handang magpakasakit ng matagalan
Mga anak niya’y di kayang matiis
Sunod ang lahat ng ninanais.
~ A n q u i m a ~
I was not surprised at all. It always happens. The demand for tickets increases days before the event. Japsy’s brother from UST also informed us that there are no available tickets for us anymore. Too sad but it’s okay.
While I was checking my blog entry on 2008 UAAP Cheerdance tickets, the comments caught my attention:
Here they go again…people taking advantage of the others’ needs. They might be students or scalpers selling tickets twice or thrice the price. If you are that desperate, you would really grab their offer. It was 2007 when a scalper offered us some tickets for higher price but we didn’t buy it. Scalping is an illegal activity and we were able to witness that time when the police caught the scalpers in the vicinity of Araneta Coliseum.
If you are still looking for tickets, you’ll be lucky enough to find and buy some through website forums, meet students who are selling their extra tickets or negotiate with a scalper (this is not an advisable thing to do). There are also websites or blogs where bidding for tickets happens. Check out LJDiaz’s website:
I really enjoy watching the UAAP Cheerdance Competition inside the Araneta Coliseum because you will feel the excitement of the students cheering for their schools, and the eagerness of the teams to win. I don’t think I will be able to watch it this year because I still don’t have the tickets but I can watch the TV coverage in Studio 23.
Goodluck to all the schools!!!
I just felt sad that I had to leave friends there.
I’ll be missing them but it’s okay because I’ll be seeing them during our badminton session every Saturday.
A week before I resigned while doing my resignation letter, I saw this and it really made me laugh:
I have attended our orientation and met my new office mates. One important thing assured to us by the company – a fun and healthy workplace that we will enjoy.