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Teenage crush [Jan. 20th, 2014|02:53 pm]
bob19
[mood |ecstaticecstatic]

I'm back! I don't know how long has it been since my last entry. I just want to express my feelings over this 14-year old boy who is bringing out that teenage girl in me. I know that our age gap is more than double - I'm turning 33 next week and he's turning 15 next month. But, when you see his body built and height, he could easily pass as a 17 year old. That's still a minor, I know. I guess that's the reason why even if he has asked to bed me twice, I have not given in. Oh, did I forget that he's "in a relationship" with a gay friend of mine. How aggressive these kids of today!

I remember when we first met, he was with another straight friend of mine, I was challenged with him because he was a snob. I chanced upon him again last December when his older brother, who was drinking with his friends, called us because my other friend knows him. I was surprised when his brother whispered to him that if ever his younger brother would have a relationship with a gay, it should be like me. My eyes turned to them when I heard their conversation. I was like, why would his brother say that. Not to mention I was just near them. I don't remember Steven looking at me as I looked at them upon hearing their conversation. He just told me about it when we had our first moment two Saturdays ago.
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The Parable of the Prodigal Son [Mar. 25th, 2013|04:22 pm]
bob19
[Current Location |Alabang]
[mood |boredbored]
[music |Titanium]

Wow, I can't believe that I'm back after a very long hiatus. I have to thank the guy I met last Thursday night for reminding me of my account here. So, what are your plans for this holy week? I have work until Thursday, March 28, so that means I'll just be in the city.

Last week, I finally had the chance to bed this guy I've been eyeing for quite a while now. Never mind the 700 that I paid, at least I can say that I had a piece of him. He was worth it! What's just weird is that he compared his performance to his other friend which I had twice last year. I was caught off guard with his question, so I said he was better. In all honesty, he was really far better because he didn't just lay in bed.
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Ain't no ALLY in Allied bank [Jan. 23rd, 2009|08:56 pm]
bob19
Don't bother banking at ALLIED BANK BETTER LIVING branch. They'll give you a hard time when you open an account. It was the first time that I was asked for a referral letter. In fairness, I was informed of that requirement by the bank manager herself prior to my visit. She told me the reson behind it, but I thought that it's a case to case basis. I went there with all the needed requirements except for that stupid referral letter. I mentioned the name of my colleague's father since was told that they maintain an account there. I really got dismayed because she was firm that I should get a referral. Do I look like I have thousands of dollars stashed overseas, and will be transferred to that account if ever? Well, thanks, if I gave her that impression. Or, is it possible that I'm funding terrorrists? I don't think so!

So, off I went to BPI Family just across that pesky Allied bank. BPI has this image that they're so high and mighty. In fairness to the Ayalas, yes, they're reputable, but the employees also think that they're an Ayala. I won't elaborate much, but my brief discussion with the 40+ (I think) female employee amde me feel that I shouldn't contribute to the riches of the Ayalas. My search continued...

Third stop was at UCPB where a pleasant looking chinese mestiza employee welcomed me pleasantly. I asked for the requirements and immediately felt at home. The branch was small and all, but the lady knew how to treat her clients. Hats off to you, miss. I laud you for your good customer service skills. I'm just sorry that we might not do business just yet, because your bank has high maintaining balance. I'm not closing my doors, though. Just you wait for BDO to make a wrong move, and I'll transfer my account to you.

I think it's time that bank employees be given more training on courtesy and customer service. Banks need depositors, especially at this trying times. Why do I feel that now, it's the other way around,. That these greedy institutions make us feel that we need them more than they need us. I rest my case.

Till next time.
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Hello 2009! [Jan. 1st, 2009|10:58 pm]
bob19
Don't you just love the 9 in 2009. It looks so nice, and I know that it will be a great year. I can't help but be positive about this year despite the predictions and bad things people have been saying. I started the year right by having money in my account. Okay, it's not a huge amount, and it wasn't by choice. I was supposed to get myself somehing last Christmas, but because I've been hesitant if I should buy it or not, that's why I still have money. If there's any consolation, at least I have spare cash for whatever that may arise. Mind you, my birthday's coming up. No, I don't have plans since 28 is not really something to look forward to. However, I intend to go out of the country this year, or apply for a visa. Anyway, let's not go to far. I'll leave you hanging for a bit.

I was exchanging sms with a "new friend" last night. To be honest, I really had fun texting for more or less than three hours. We had the usual getting to know Qs, plus a little fishing for more info, I think. I hope it's not just me, but I think we kind of like each other. Hahaha. There, I already went too far by saying that. Yikes, it might get jinxed again. Erase, erase..

Vigan is a must see site. My friends and I embarked on a short trip just after Christmas. I've always wanted to go, and I'm so glad I finally went. We rode a calesa, ate empanada, marveled at Chavit's Baluarte. I fed some birds, took photos of different animals, basked under the sun, gladly I applied sunscreen beforehand. The best part was it was FREE. It makes people wonder where does Chavit get all that money? Could the rumors be true? I'll post new photos soon. Make sure you stay glued to my page.

By the way, I'd like to thank those who left comments on the Basura entry. I don't know if you're from the Phils. or not, but I appreciate your comments. Keep them coming, guys.
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I'm Gay [Sep. 19th, 2008|04:54 am]
bob19

You Scored as Gay



Gay
80%
Lesbian
60%
Straight
50%
Bisexual
50%
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WANTED: Basurero [Jun. 30th, 2008|07:35 pm]
bob19
May pera sa basura! I've proven this yesterday after selling an old bed frame and an old bike of my youngest brother. What I got wasn't a goldmine compared to what I expected. It's just amusing that you can turn to your trash when you need cash. That rhymes:-) It started as a way of cleaning up our place. I didn't realize that we had a lot of plastic bottles in our dirty kitchen. Now that's from the c2 and other beverages we've drank.

I got a new haircut. Seldom that I go to those overpriced cutters. I don't think I'm getting any special treatment anyway. The salon that I've been going to is really affordable. I'm lucky that I found a stylist who knows what he's doing. What I don't like is when they expect so much tip. It's not like we're in the States where a 10% tip or more is customary. I heard my stylist ranting Saturday evening because he only received 50 pesos. He was complaining that he did the lady customer's hair for two hours, or maybe more. He shouldn't expect that everyone's a generous tipper. Sigh. I only gave him a 20 because of how he reacted. Serves him right.
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halo halo (perfect for Summer) [Apr. 7th, 2008|01:57 pm]
bob19
Use ACHIEVE in a sentence. Funny how this plain English word can be something in Gay lingo. I've heard this word, probably a gazillionth time from a friend. I especially liked it when he said, "na achieve mo na ba sya?"

Oil prices are really sky high. I remember a couple of weeks back, that it was only 41.15 (discounted)at Unioil, but now, it's already 46.65 per liter. Now, everything has rocketed except our wages.

I'm hesitant whether I should go on vacay this May 1-4, or should I immediately bring my Chevy for it's check up. Bottomline is I will be spending around 7k for labor and all. As they say, Having a car is like having a baby. It's expensive.

Finally, my PRADA is coming! After more than a month of patiently waiting, I'll be able to use this classy wallet. I was able to save a whole lot because it was purchased in the States. Here, the price is more than twice than in the US.
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don't get your hopes high! [Feb. 14th, 2008|03:54 pm]
bob19
After months and months of no inspiration, I'm back again. I got inspired to write another entry while bathing. I told myself that I have something to say, plus I have a couple of hours break, so I should do it. You know, I always think of something, but I'm not a big fan of typing and having long entries. I'd rather tell someone what I have in mind, than be wary of typos and sometimes, honest grammar mistakes. Oh, yes! I'm no stranger to that. hehe. My fault because I seldom edit my entries, and more importantly I have to read again. I think that most of my readers understand anyway so why bother?

I'm torn because I met two people online. One's twenty one, and the other one's nineteen. I say torn because I've exchanged text messages with both, talked to them over the phone, looked at their photos a million times(alright, that's exaggerating). I was suppose to meet the nineteener(coincidentally my fave number) last night. We were still texting when I woke up, and three hours before the planned meeting. I called and sent him messages, but didn't get any response. I thought that maybe he has fallen asleep again, because that's what he told me when he replied to my message at half past eight in the evening. He got me really excited because of his half german blood, and the tool he possess is really jaw dropping. I think I've encountered a size eight in the past, but I'm not sure if it's really an eight because he's only 5'4. Not to mention that he's not a looker, so to me, I was just after sex. Going back to my story, it really broke my heart because I expected too much. He got my heart pumping because seldom will I experience. I wanted so much to drive to his condo Tuesday night but he said that his dad's there so we'd have to wait for Wednesday. You might wonder whatever happened to the other one? I told myself last night before going to bed that I should just focus on this twenty one year old gym goer nursing student from Binangonan, Rizal instead. Don't get me wrong I also like him. Actually, I never thought that he'd reply to my message because he has a nice physique. He's not the buff type, but because of his frequent visit to the gym, the "lampayatot" he said he was is now the sexy toned guy. I have not tried to call the nineteener since eleven thirty this morning. I just want to move on and just give my 100% to my nursie. I think he's a catch anyway.


Will let you know of the progress.


Torn,

Bob
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tv junkie [Oct. 8th, 2007|04:40 pm]
bob19
Today's light schedule is really a relief. This means I can go home early to watch the last few episodes of the ABS CBN Sineserye, Natutulog ba ang Diyos. I'm such a tv junkie that's why I go home early when I can. The last series I finished watching was Visionaries. Does the title ring a bell? Next thing I'd like to watch is Voltron (the lions and not the space ships). It was Peewee who brought us to this shop at Goldcrest (Glorietta), where they sell collectible figures, dvd copies of cartoons, and other stuff. The show's last episode was really a bummer because I didn't even realize that it's already the ending. I wonder if it's really the case because I counted, and it only has 13 episodes. Anyway, I'd better look for Ugly betty on dvd. I don't know why I never paid attention to Betty la fea when it was shown on GMA. I guess it's because of the difference in humor of the Pinoys or the Americans?


Did you know that we only have 78 days more before Christmas?
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skin [Aug. 20th, 2007|03:48 pm]
bob19
[Current Location |office]
[mood |calmcalm]

Please let this week past quickly. I'm so not in the mood to work after a three day weekend. Honestly, I psyched myself last night to work hard but, I guess this is what people normally feel on Mondays. My weekend wasn't exactly productive. I stayed at home most of the time because of the weather. I only went out for a while to get a haircut, a facial, my glasses done, and to keep me sane for a few hours. Boredom kills as they say.

I went to Dermstrata to try them out. I got their basic facial with seaweed mask for 250. I wasn't at all impressed when I entered the premises. The place was small, with only a handful of clients. I just told myself that wait till it's over. I've been a loyal patron of Let's Face It! but because they now charge 12% evat, I needed to try a new place. I must say that I'll give it one more try and see if I'll eventually like them. You know what, things don't stay the same anymore. As much as we want it, we have to go with the flow. Give others a try and who knows, they might be better.

I noticed that the facialist focused on my nose. I asked her what was the reason and she said that there were too many white heads there. Ugly it may seem, she definitely got a lot! I wonder how fast they grow. I recall that my last facial cleaning was the last week of June. I just felt that my face was already dirty and I was damn right. My skin is one of my pride and joy, I'm positively taking good care of it.

By the way, what do you think of Diamond peeling?
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