So I went on a movie marathon recently and I notice this cute guy on the film “For Love We Can”. It’s about a guy who got infected with AIDS by his boyfriend’s infidelity but still loved him anyway. Carlos Chan played the part of the faithful and loving boyfriend of this 2014 film.
I find him cute and played his part very well. That’s why I’m trying to watch his other pictures. Unfortunately, he doesn’t seem to be active on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. I hope to follow him.
I just saw these two gorgeous young talents at one of Garage’s cover. Both Jeric Gonzales and Juancho Trivino are eye candies. Will research more about these two gorgeous guys.
So I stumbled upon Brian North on The Daily Grind. He’s a very cute Vlogger (video blogger) with those blue eyes – and yes, he’s one of us.
I’ll definitely watch more of his videos. His YouTube name reminds me of Peter North – that famous straight porn star.
I’m hoping my Facebook Jessie Marapao Baquial would give me an all-access pass to this much awaited event – the Metro Sexiest Men 2015 Go-See.
This will be on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at F Club Philippines, #1204 E. Rodriguez Sr Avenue, New Manila, Quezon City. Gorgeous guys ages 18-24 with a height of 5’8” are encourage to apply.
Hope to see everyone here.
Justin Bieber is the newest endorser of Calvin Klein underwear. Get over it.
I actually don’t care if these pictures were photoshopped, so that his bulge will be highlighted, but I respect the decision of the company to hire him as their model.
Congratulations Justin Bieber!
Here’s a nice thought during the Papal Visit of Pope Francis in the Philippines. This was posted by Inquirer on Twitter:
Pope Francis Asks: “Tell me: when God looks at a gay person, does he endorse the existence of this person with love, or reject and condemn this person?” –August 2013
This info graphics is very educational in dealing with the age-old question of: Is Homosexuality Sinful?
Since the Philippines is a pre-dominantly Catholic country and Pope Francis is scheduled to visit the country this week, it’s interesting to know that this question might be discussed this week.
If I were to answer this question, I would simply say, no.
I saw the picture of Dennis Pangilinan Jr on Facebook and I was mesmerized by his flawless skin and his bulge in this picture.
According to Mykiru Isyusero, Dennis Pangilinan Jr is from Bulacan and was given the titles Mr. STI College - Balagtas, Bulacan 2011 and Lakan ng Bulakan 2011 2nd Runner Up.
He’s one of the candidates of Gandang Lalake, Kuma-Career – a segment on “It’s Showtime” (ABS-CBN).
Finally, the couple I admire the most, finally got married. After living together for 10 years and have twin kids, Neil Patrick Harris (“How I Met Your Mother”) and David Burtka finally got married in Italy.
I admire them so much. I hope to get married soon with my current boyfriend named Tootsie Roll.
You probably heard about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge – unless you’re living under rock for the last 2 weeks or so. People get to be “nominated” to do the Ice Bucket Challenge (pouring a bucket of ice-cold water over the head) or donate $100 to the ALSA.org. In turn, the person who performed the challenge gets to nominate 3 other people to do the same thing.
It reminds me of the movie “Pay It Forward” wherein you have to forward good deeds to 3 more people which gives the ripple effect. The only difference is, in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, it’s recorded (because the participants are oblige to post the “proof” of the challenge online). The main concern of the challenge is actually donation and making people aware that there is a disease called Leu Gehrig’s Disease (a.k.a. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) thus ALS.
It’s a rare disease and an estimated 5,000 people in the US are diagnosed each year. No cure has yet been found for Lou Gehrig’s Disease and most people with this disease die from respiratory failure, usually within 3 to 5 years from the onset of the symptoms. Read more about it from Mama’s Health.
Good thing about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is that a lot of celebrities (with thousands of followers) like One Republic, participated in the challenge and thus has a huge ripple effect. I sure hope that everyone of us got an invitation/nomination to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, donate to charity, and pass the message forward. It also encourages other charitable institutions to come up with such a HIT to reach more people faster and to encourage donations for a good cause.
I would love to see the Queen of England do the challenge.