In the midst of a cold dark night, would you walk in the streets alone? What if you suddenly get the chills and knew that somebody is following you? Witness the most thrilling viral video of the year! Your walk in the streets will never be the same again.
Sabi nga nila di nagwawagi ang kasamaan sa kabutihan. At pag ang karma ay bumalik mas doble pa. Yun ang dahilan kung bakit hindi nagwawagi ang mga paborito nating villain sa mga movies at tv shows.
Kahit sobrang planado at sobrang linis ng mga galawan nila eh sa huli ay nabubugbog parin sila ng bida.
Ano nga ba kaya ang mga dahilan bakit di nagwawagi ang mga kontrabida sa mga paborito nating palabas?
“Trapeze” is a short horizontal bar hung by ropes or metal straps from a support which is commonly found in circus performances. In the music scene, Trapeze came from the word “Trapiece” because it originally started as a 3-piece band, and then suddenly changed into Trapeze for the reason that of the confusion on the spelling. Trapeze is exactly that pain, heart aches and gloomy drama. While this topic is generally used by a range of bands around the globe, the musicians of Trapeze spice things up by adding accents and sticking melodies making their sound a cut above the rest in their genre. On stage, they are like an outrageous rock orchestra, breath taking and easy to listen to. Wow! What a history of where ad how the band was formed. The very cool members just made our Thursday night Oh-so-great on Young Wild and Free!
Ikaw ba’y umibig na ng lubusan? Nagka crush, nanligaw, nagmahal, o nagbuhos ng ilang oras para lang hintayin, pakinggan, o samahan ang isang tao tapos sa huli ng lahat ang sasabihin lang sa iyo ay “Tol, magkaibigan tayo, hindi tayo talo” – Wenk wenk busted! Supalpal! Ang sama ng feeling noh? At ito ang isang gawa para sa mga nasawi na noon at mga hindi pa rin makalabas sa “Friendzone”…Mga kawawang nilalang.
Why is it that the most unoriginal thing we can say to one another is still the thing we long to hear? “I love you” is always a quotation. – Written on the Body by Jeanette Winterson This is a reiteration of what we are all familiar with, of what we usually fail to notice, and of what we, most of the time, take for granted. Three stories that attempt to present a summation of this grand thing we call love.