Entries by theyangone

Pusheen Who?

Who wouldn’t love a cute and fluffy piece of feline pixels? Her adorable signature GIF animated bops, bounces, and tail wiggles has made her quite an internet sensation. Let’s know more about this grey tabby cat. Pusheen was created by artists Claire Belton and Andrew Duff. This kitty used to be a character on their webcomic  called “Everyday Cute” […]

Di Ingon Nato

Now this Visayan film is quite something especially for indie film lovers of horror with the zombie craze in their system. I personally was compelled to watch this out of curiousity for a rockstar’s acting skills since the protagonist was Franco Reyes (of Franco). It’s a movie about how the local townsfolk would deal with […]

Kumbira Moments 2013

Hello! I’m happy you stumbled upon this old post. That means you read through my photography list and clicked on #10! First of all Kumbira an annual culinary festival , is the flagship project of the Cagayan de Oro Hotel and Restaurant Association-COHARA. Kumbira aims to showcase the best culinary creations of the Region while incorporating […]

Wanderlist

This is just a meager list of the places I want to visit within my lifetime and what I plan to do and where to go when I get there. I’ll be adding more things to do and places to go every now and then. It’s in alphabetical order according to country Take a selfie at […]

A Childhood Favorite: Totoro!

Year: 1988 Rating: G Duration: 88 minutes   While reminiscing through baby photo books I came upon these tiny stickers of random and old cartoons and a vague memory of sticking on a particular set I got as a mystery prize from a noodles pack when I was about five years old caught my attention. I had to ask my mom […]

An Unhappiness of Pupa

Now this is an eye-poppingly grotesque series that made me think of blood, meat and the gagging sibling complex commonly seen in the anime storylines these days. It’s about a brother and a sister infected by the Pupa (ピューパ Pyūpa) virus that turns them into something more than human and yet they form some sort of twisted parasitic […]

The Anatomy of Milk Tea

Milk tea •  An aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over  cured leaves of the tea plant with the addition of a small amount of milk. Flavors would vary just like ice cream flavors. Milk tea is prepared in various ways and the ones I’ve tried so far are: