Sunday, October 13, 2013

Yummy Ka, Yucky Ako

credits: trafalgarlaw of pd

Yucky : Yummy ka, yucky ako.
Nang dumating ka sa buhay ko, si
inay ay hinimatay at si itay ay
Maraming nagtatanong.. "pre anung gayumang meron ka?" sabagay kahit ako di
makapaniwala sa nangyayari..
Kahit kailan di inaasahang ako'y
iyong mamahalin.

Yummy : Yucky ka, yummy ako.
Nang sa buhay ko'y ika'y
dumating si mommy ay na-
confine at si daddy naman ay
na-high blood, maraming
nagtataka kung anung nakain ko at bakit ikaw ang minahal ko.. Sa
panahon ngayon mahirap nang
maghanap ng totoong taong
magmamahal ng tapat at alam
kong ikaw iyon.

Yucky : Yummy ka, yucky ako.
Sa umagang paggising ikaw ang
unang nais makita, mga ngiti ni
inay at itay di mawari kung
masaya o nagagalak..

Yummy : Yucky ka, yummy ako.
Sa umagang paggising ikaw ang
unang gustong mahagkan laging
hanap ang iyong bisig
Salubong man ang kilay ni
mommy at daddy wala akong pakialam basta ang alam ko
mahal kita.

Yummy at Yucky : magkaiba man tayo ng estado ng
buhay at pisikal na anyo ngunit
puso't isipa'y iisa.. Iisa ang ninanais.
Iisa ang iniibig. Langit at lupa man daw ang
pagitan tayo ay pinag-isa ng

Yucky : kaya kayo mamatay kayo sa

Yummy : Sorry pero mamatay kayo sa inis.

A Story of a Blind Boy and a Stranger

source: google+

A blind boy sat on the steps of
a building with a hat by his
feet. He held up a sign which
said: "I am blind, please help."
There were onlya few coins in
the hat. A man was walking by. He
took a few coins from his
pocket and dropped them into
the hat. He then took the sign,
turned it around, and wrote
some words. He put the sign back so that everyone who
walked by would see the new
words. Soon the hat began to fill up. A
lot more people were giving
money to the blind boy. That
afternoon the man who had
changed the sign came to see
how things were. The boy recognized his footsteps and
asked, "Were you the one who
changed my sign this morning?
What did you write?" The man said, "I only wrote the
truth. I said what you said but
in a different way." What he had written was:
"Today is a beautiful day and I
cannot see it." Do you think the first sign and
the second sign were saying
the same thing? Of course both signs told
people the boy was blind. But
the first sign simply said the
boy was blind. The second
sign told people they were so
lucky that they were not blind. Should we be surprised that
the second sign was more

Deathbell 1 & 2


The film is set in a high school, where an elite group of twenty students—including rebellious heroine Kang I-na, her timid best friend Yoon Myong-hyo, and her suitor Kang Hyeon—are taking a special class for their college entrance exam. After Kang I-na is nearly strangled and another student throttled in the restroom, the classroom TV screen switches to an image of top-ranking student Hye-yeong trapped inside a fish tank that is slowly filling with water. A disembodied voice announces that her life depends on the exam questions he will set for them, and that a student will die for every question the class gets wrong. Trapped with the students are head teacher Hwang Chan-wook and English teacher Choi So-yeong. I-na realizes that the students are being killed in order of their rank in the class, and she is ranked fifth. Someone is slowly killing the students one by one, but who are they? And what do they want?

For one, i really did not expect the turn out of the events, i am so not good at guessing when it's not really that obvious. What i'm so upset about this movie was that i can't accept the fact that "he" died. . man! i was rooting for him! how sad is that. :(
So, this was the movie that was shown in Boys Over Flower, remember that one where Monkey Girl and Jun Pyo watched in his room? the scene where Jan Di fell asleep on the cabinet? ahuh, bingo! that one! i didn't know kim bum was cast in here he looked good here. .  :D

so what i can say about this movie is it's  not that bad really, though at some point throughout the show it kinda reminds me of final destination . . well netizens were saying it's pretty much like Saw but then again, i haven't watched that and i would never watch english brutal films again. . ever! LOL!


This film is about a group of high school students and teachers who get locked in the school after the swimming instructor is murdered. In South Korea, the high school student and swimmer Jeong Tae-yeon (Yoon Seung Ah) is found dead in the pool, which is found as a suicide. Two years later, teacher Park Eun-su (Hwang Jung Eum) joins the high school where Tae-yeon's stepsister Lee Se-Hee (Park Ji-yeon) is haunted by nightmarish visions and is bullied by the student Eom Ji-yun (Choi Ah-jin). Eun-su finds it difficult to get respect in the classroom and is backed up by an older teacher, Cha (Kim Su-ro). Se-Hee and her classmates are selected for an elite "study camp" held at the school during the summer break where 30 students study for their university entrance exams. The school's swimming trainer is murdered in the showers, and the words "When an innocent mother is killed, what son would not avenge her death?" found scrawled on a blackboard. A voice warns the students that they'll all be killed unless they can answer who is the murderer and why. The students and teachers find they're locked in the school when more deaths begin to happen.

okay, throughout the show i have been saying it's bloody! more bloody than the first one, that i almost did not finish it. or i wouldn't have posted this here. :((

ah, trivia again . . i thought the guy was familiar. . so i figured out that he was in fact Kim Tak Goo :D

to watch or not to watch?

watch it!!! Ciao! :D

Saturday, October 12, 2013

"Life is not a book, Alex. It can be over in a second." - Kate


In 2006, Dr. Kate Forster is leaving a lake house that she has been
renting in suburban Wisconsin to
move to Chicago . Kate leaves a note in the mailbox for the next
tenant to forward her letters should
some slip through the system, further adding that the paint-embedded
pawprints on the walkway
leading into the house were already there when she arrived.
Two years earlier, in 2004, Alex Wyler, an architect , arrives at the
lake house and finds Kate's letter in
the mailbox. The house is neglected, with no sign of pawprints
anywhere. As Alex restores the house,
a dog runs through his paint and leaves fresh pawprints right where
Kate said they would be. Both Alexp
and Kate continue passing messages to each other via the mailbox, and
each watch its flag go up and
down as the message leaves and the reply arrives, which takes place as
they wait at the mailbox. They
cautiously look around each time the flag changes, hoping to somehow
spot the other, but in vain they
do not, as they are alone at the mailbox.
Baffled, Alex writes back, asking how Kate knew about the pawprints
since the house was unoccupied
before he arrived. An equally perplexed Kate writes back, and she and
Alex discover that they are living
exactly two years apart. Their correspondence takes them through
several events, including Alex
finding a book, Persuasion , at a train station where Kate said she
had lost l, and Alex taking Kate on
a walking tour of his favorite places in Chicago via an annotated map
that he leaves in the mailbox.
Alex and Kate eventually meet at a party, but he doesn't mention their
letter relationship to her as for
her, it hasn't happened yet.
As Alex and Kate continue to write each other, they decide to try to
meet again. Alex makes a
reservation at Il Mare (Italian for "The Sea"), a restaurant whose
name is a homage to the original
Korean motion picture, for around March 2007 — two years in Alex's
future, but only a day away for
Kate. Kate goes to the restaurant but Alex fails to show. Heartbroken,
Kate asks Alex not to write her
again, recounting a tragedy a year ago before, on Valentine's Day
2006, when she witnessed a traffic
accident near Daley Plaza and held a man who died in her arms. Both
Alex and Kate leave the lake
house, continuing on with their separate lives.
A year later, on Valentine's Day 2006 for Alex, Valentine's Day 2008
for Kate, Alex returns to the lake
house after something about the day triggers his memory. Meanwhile,
Kate goes to an architect to
review renovation plans for a house she wants to buy. She notices a
drawing of the lake house on the
conference room wall and learns that Alex Wyler — the same person with
whom she'd been
corresponding — had drawn it. She also learns that Alex was killed in
a traffic accident exactly two
years ago to the day and realizes why he never showed up for their
date; he was the man who died in
Daley Plaza.
Rushing to the lake house, Kate writes a letter telling Alex she loves
him, but begs him not to try to
find her if he loves her back. Wait two years, she says, and come to
the lake house instead. Meanwhile
Alex has gone to Daley Plaza to find Kate.
At the lake house, Kate sobs, clutching onto the mailbox stand, sure
she was too late, but then the
mailbox flag lowers; Alex has picked up her note. Soon, she sees a
vehicle arriving and then a figure
walking toward her. It is Alex. They walk toward each other. Kate
says, "You waited!" She and Alex
kiss, then walk toward the lake house.