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Let’s party!

Club/bar – it’s a magical place! Kasi nandun lahat, lahat ng ayaw ko.

1. Music – musika daw tawag nila dun, big bass, beats and shitty lyrics. Basically it’s noise according to physics.

2. Pretty girls – hot chicks wearing heavy makeups. While few girls are real beauty, but it’s somewhat disappointing to see them wearing those makeups. Para tuloy kayong puta, for real. And for the rest (of the girls), come on, why did that?! For fuck sake, it’s new year not Halloween!

3. Fashion trend – they wear such clothes because we’re living on a democratic society wherein everybody has their fucking freedom, hindi ba? Pero sa totoo lang, is it a requirement to show off your ass or boobs (and by the way, those won’t make you attractive) when going to party?

4. Big boys act – are these people dogs? Yes, as a man I would love to interact with hot girls – but I’d rather speak with them on a clean environment.

5. Girls are friendly – am I only the one who perceive this as an act of bitch? Please tell me, gusto ko malaman.

6. Space – A beautiful scenery, 3 inches or less away from another entity – like everyday picture on MRT/LRT. Fucking great, isn’t?

7. Girls wannabe – you were born as a male individual. It’s biology. Because human has the gift to choose what he wants, and the society has given you the right. Pero bakit ka magsusuot ng damit ng babae? Do you think it’s freedom? Well dress makers did those dress for female, not in between of male and female. This may sound judgmental pero I don’t think it’s appropriate, in any occasion in the society. Don’t get me wrong, hindi ako against sa kanila, it’s just annoying to see these people in inappropriate manner of clothing.

Hindi ko talaga mainitindihan kung saan yung fun sa pagputa sa bar or club. Kung may alam kayo, paki detalye please – comment it below. Salamat! XD

By the way, I got into a club last night. And I had a fucking great time observing.

Jes Yang is NAIVE

Okay, year 2013 na. Kaya siguro yung idea ng post ko ay katawa-tawa. Siguro nga. Pero sa paniniwala ako, ito pa rin yung TAMA. Maybe I’m old fashioned.

1. SEX IS AFTER MARRIAGE – Nagpapatawa ba ako? Hindi ang sagot ko. Siguro naman alam natin na talamak na ang pre-marital sex among teens. At kung ibabase sa edad, oo – parte ako ng teens. Pero hindi ko talaga maintindihan bakit kailangan ng sex sa isang relasyon na hindi pa masasabing yun na. Ang sex ba ngayon ay isang paraan na para iparamdam o ipakita yung pagmamahal mo sa isang tao? Para sakin hindi. Yes, napaka-sentitive ko sa usapang sex. Naniniwala ako na hindi yun paraan para masabi lang na minamahal mo ang isang tao at sa pamamagitan ng sex, dun mo mapapadama sa taong yun yung love. Maybe iisipin nyong napaka-moral ko. Siguro nga. May tanong kasi sa utak ko,

“Bakit ko kukunin ang pinaka-sagradong regalo ng isang babae sa lalake kung wala pa namang kasiguraduhan na ako nga yung taong para sa kanya?”

Hindi ba love ang respect, sincerity on your words and actions, time and honesty?

2. WALA YAN SA ITSURA, NASA UGALI AT SA PINAPAKITA – Sabi nila yan. E bakit ang dami naming biktima? Siguro nga stereotype masyado. Sorry, sabi nga ng title ng post ko na ‘to, “Jes Yang is NAÏVE”.

Bakit kung gwapo ang lalake, makikita mo agad yung “pagbigay” ng babae?

Nagtatanong lang.

3. KAPAG NAGPAKILALA AKO SA PARENTS KO, GUSTO KO YUN NA! – Buti na lang wala pa akong napapakilalang babae sa parents ko in person. Buti na lang talaga. Everytime na may liligawan akong babae, lagi kong sinasabi sa mga magulang ko yung plano kong yun. Naniniwala kasi ako na pagpapakita ng respeto yun sa magulang. Para sakin, kung ipapakilala ko ang isang babae sa mga magulang ko, gusto ko siya ang una at huli.

Hindi naman sa nananaginip ako, ang sakin lang hindi ba pwedeng seryoso agad sa isang relasyon?

In a Relationship +(plus) Sex

I wonder, is it really usual to have sex with your not-yet-wife/husband-partner when both of you decided to consider your kind of interaction with each other as relationship? Really, nowadays? I’m a Filipino who grew up in Philippines, my country, and I’m not familiar with the other countries’ culture, or whatever it may be called. As far as my knowledge of our history is aware, Filipinos were very conservative. I’m talking about history here, therefore – it’s from the old folks, or some may call it primitive, very primitive. I’m turning 20 this year, so my social colleagues are also around that figure. So whenever we are on a circle and having a chat, it’s very usual (or casual) to have a conversation with their relationship (/shit) and its intimacy is expressed on sexual activity, or sex in short (in some perspective, it sounds like bragging). As a person, I really don’t get it – sex when both of you are not yet married to each other. Maybe this might sound morale, for me sex must be put after marriage. “Sex after marriage? What era are you living with?!”, more likely that’s the expression-question if someone of my age would hear my opinion. They would start telling me that the era has changed, no more space for my ideal, and it’s a man’s move. Well, that’s their opinion, this is still mine – Sex for me is for reproducing your own kind with your chosen partner that you’ve managed her to agree with exchanging kiss(es) and ring(s). And in reply on the “it’s a man’s move”, I guess what I’m about to declare is being more man: Sex for pleasure? Not with me – I think of my parents; What if everything goes wrong, it’s a big responsibility being a parent at a young age, am I capable enough?; and Did I court her for sex, or for her to be my soon-enough-life-partner? Maybe you will tell I’m very idealistic and in reality I can’t even make this possible with myself. Sorry, you’re terribly wrong. When I was on a relationship, I can’t remember the idea of having sex with my opposite-gender partner got into my head and consciousness. Also, the urge of sexual-intercourse, sure never did. I think this matter is simply just being matured, matured enough – NOT matured-wannabe. It’s about taking on considerations of multiple things. It’s like thinking three steps ahead.

PBB Teen Edition (2012): Another “Shitness” on the Philippine Television

PBB Teen – Pinoy Big Brother. May isang bahay, tawag ay “Big Brother House/ Ang Bahay ni Kuya” na punung-puno ng mga camera sa kahit anong pwesto o anggulo sa loob ng bahay. Si Big Brother/ Kuya ang “may ari” ng bahay. May mga “random” na tao (a.k.a. “housemates”) na titira o mananatili sa loob ng bahay for about 100 days. Every week or month (di ako sure) may lalabas, ang tawag sa paglabas ay “eviction”. May tagline na “Teleserye ng Totoong Buhay” (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinoy_Big_Brother).

Ok, siguro naman pwede na yung ginawa kong intro-info about sa PBB Teen. Aaminin ko, noon nakapanuod ako ng PBB, sabihin na natin na isang “season” – kaso panahon pa yun nila Kim Chiu, Gerald Anderson, Matt Evans (afro-kulot pa nga sya dun e) and etc. It was way back on the year 2006, kaya more likely “isip-bata” bata pa ako noon – ang age ko nun ay 12. Yun tipong wala kang pakialam o hindi mo inaalisa yung pinanunuod mo. Ngayon, malaki na ako, turning 20 sa darating na October, 2012 – medyo critical na sa mga bagagy-bagay. Kaya ngayon, sobrang hindi ko mainitindihan kung bakit ang daming tao (ka-edad ko pa) na nahuhumaling/ nababaliw sa PBB.

Bakit ba “I’m not into PBB”? Siguro, napaka-unrealistic (taliwas sa tagline nila na ““Teleserye ng Totoong Buhay”). Bakit napaka-unrealistic? Tinignan ko yung profile ng mga teen housemate dito http://pbb.abs-cbn.com/, at nalaman ko na naglalaro lang ang mga edad nila sa average of 16.53333333. Per teen housemate, tinignan ko yung edad at tinignan ko yung physical appearance para makapagbigay ako ng initial impression – “PARANG HINDI ATA TUGMA YUNG ITSURA NYA SA EDAD NYA”. Tinanong ko yung nakakabata kong kapatid, pinanganak nung April 23, 1998 (kaka-birthday nya lang) na kung sa tingin nya yung isang teen housemate ay masasabi nya na ka-edad nya lang. Sa nakita kong reaction nya, ganito “Totoo?”. Pwede na bang acceptable supporting argument yan? Sige, dagdagan pa natin. Di ba gusto nilang ipakita yung ugali ng mga pinoy teens? E bakit puro artistahin lang ang nasa loob ng bahay, bakit walang kulot at maitim: indigenous, hindi ba sila “pinoy”? Yan yung tanong ng ate nung nagkaroon kami ng “discussion” tungkol dito. Sakin naman, ang tanong ko: paano mo maipapakita yung “totoong sarili” mo kung ikaw ay matatanggal din after sometime. E what if hindi mo pa napapakita yung tunay na sarili mo, natanggal ka na, so yung mga natitirang housemates na lang yung mag-re-represent ng teen population? Tsaka may isa pa akong tanong, within 100 days, magagawa mo kaya talagang mapakita yung sarili mo? Kasi on my perspective, parang nasa loob ka lang ng classroom e – lahat kayo transferee kaya wala kayong kakilala sa loob ng classroom. Right away ba magkakaroon ka ng kaibigan? Ako nga e,nung unang taon ko sa pinaligpatan ko nung high-school, isang buong school year muna ang lumipas bago ako nagkaroon ng ka-close e. PBB, I don’t think so.

Isip bata ako noon, pero bakit yung mga ka-edad ko hanggang ngayon?

Gusto mo akong ipahiya? Ito real name ko: Jonathan Eusebio S. Yang, Information Technology student of Letran College, Manila. Comment mo kung makikipag-argue ka. Sige lang, basta detalyado.