Photos taken by my best friend. These are just a few of those random trips we have for being best friends for 11 years. Nyaha. Oh, and I sort of saw it as an opportunity to get really great outfit photos since she's planning on becoming a photographer. Yes, I am a guinea pig.
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No outfit post for this week. The outfit that I wore the other day wasn't exactly scheduled to be shown by then. But alas, the original plan had not worked out so I had no choice. Nyaha.
Anyway, I haven't exactly been able to blog about the usual animated series that I've been following lately. There have been a lot. As in, I literally have at least one show to watch every single day from until that show will cancel. In this post, I'll be going on about what these shows are. Not only to they provide me with a source of entertainment, but they also get me to look forward to something every single day despite the negative outcome that may come about.
Oh, one note. The shows are listed not by ranking or whatever. I just blurted out what came into my mind at a spur of the moment. Nyaha.
1. Dreamworks Dragons: Defenders of Berk (Saturday)
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Okay, so it's a bit of an understatement that to say that I literally had no idea on what to do while watching the latest music video of B.A.P I watched it in McDonald's because conveniently, I have very supportive and kind-hearted classmates. I have no idea how much they'll still be able to bottle up my spazz fests.
I decided to do another post like this because, being a communication major, it sort of gets me in the zone of criticizing everything and anything about anything and everything. Kpop, no matter how much I love it, is no exception.
I'm gonna do some marketing with you guys and will only link the teaser. Yes, I want these boys to get the views that they deserve, so deal with it. Nyaha.
This blog post is basically going to revolve around the CONs of being an international fan. Well, a fan of Asian groups that is. This is also serving as my current outlet of depression because as I am typing this, there are Kpop bands performing in Manila for the Dream Kpop Fantasy Concert and one of those bands happen to be one of my favorites.
The thing about being a Filipino fan is that we really don't get our fair share of fanservice in the case of our favorite artists. Not only with our Asian favorites, but also with our American or UK based loved ones. I wish that they'd adjust to the country's schedule and just give everyone tickets worth 300 pesos. Nyaha.