Meme, meme, meme!

24 June 2007     •     5 Comments
Daily Dose

I’ve said it before, and I’m saying it again: there really are a lot of memes going around. So instead of piling meme posts on this blog (I have done so much that I should be renaming Kutitots to “The Meme Blog” soon), I compiled these two tags I got from Aileen and Ely sometime ago.

Let’s start with the embarrassing one, then I’ll just redeem myself with the more serious meme.

So… What’s my funniest childhood memory? Read more

Only in the Philippines!

12 June 2007     •     2 Comments
Daily Dose

And here’s another meme! (There seem to be a lot going around lately…)

Post card back view

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Interview questions from Migs

8 June 2007     •     10 Comments
Daily Dose Family Stuff

There are a lot of things I write (and don’t write) on this blog that says a lot about me. Observant people, like Juned for example, can actually read right through my entries. I can be pretty cryptic about things that bother me, but I guess that’s the liar-repellent shield I have working 😛 That’s probably why I’m quite curious about what other people would ask me should I give them the liberty to ask me five questions about anything, and everything.

Here are my answers to Migs’ five questions… Read more

Five things you probably didn’t know about me

10 January 2007     •     8 Comments
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Hehe. Is that title totally vain or what? Sorry, but I’ve been tagged by Juned 😛

The 5 things people don’t usually know about me:

  1. I have a ridiculously long full name. When I say long, and I mean really long: Abygail Josephine Aherrera Dela Cruz. That’s my maiden name. If you want my married name, it’s Abygail Josephine Dela Cruz-Villanueva (it got even longer). Very few know about my full name, and I don’t write it unless I really needed to (mostly legal docs and stuff). I still can’t forget the irritated guy behind me at the line of the customs at the Hongkong international airport—he was complaining that I was taking too long. Well, it wasn’t my fault that the Chinese customs guy typing my name on the computer was taking his time spelling my full name! Heh.
  2. I flunked Microeconomics three times. And I haven’t passed it yet. Really. I’m considered an undergrad till now because of it. I don’t really know why, but I have some kind of an aversion to that subject. There’s just something about this subject that I don’t really like.
  3. I have a “mojo” frog. A real, dead, soaked-in-formalin frog in a sealed jar. I’d take a picture and post it here, but after witnessing the same reaction from every person who has seen it (Abe’s was probably the most “controlled”), I decided not to. This was the very same frog I dissected in high school (sophomore year, to be more precise, you can just imagine how old this frog is). I don’t know why I kept it, I guess I just enjoyed playing with its insides that much (kidding!). I remember that we were supposed to make a report out of the dissection, and have our own illustration of the frog’s body parts. Since I was too lazy to draw… Well, let’s just say this is the reason why I started using Photoshop as artistic tool. So yeah, this frog is very sentimental. Even if it is about 10 years old already.
  4. I can ride a bike like (or sometimes even better) than a guy. My dad and his friends used to go up mountains for motocross, and of course I was jealous. My dad had always been my idol (and still is), so I liked imitating the things he did when I was a kid. He didn’t want me riding motorbikes (he said it was un-ladylike), but he did let me ride a bike. I was so bent on imitating my dad that I was able to ride a two-wheeler bike (no balancers! You know, the BMX type?) at the age of four. Even my mom (who’s totally against manly sports) admits that I can probably ride a bike better than most men 😛
  5. I don’t know how to swim. Seriously, I can’t. I never finished learning how to. My parents enrolled me at the Ayala Alabang Country Club for swimming lessons when I was around four years old, but it was just too far from where we lived (we’re in Quezon City, for crying out loud). I never continued my swimming lessons, so I never learned how to swim.

I’ve been blogging about serious stuff lately, this is such a refreshing change. Your turn guys! Continuing the chain, I tag thee:
Sasha Manuel
Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
Bimbo Isidro
Kevin Codamon
Markku Seguerra

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