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Pepe Diokno
Having makeup put on for a shoot today while being judged by these scary direks. Obviously, I'm not used to being in front of the camera. Help. #awkwardface #metrosociety
I shall call this cat Imelda.
Practicing my douche look #selfie #sunniesbycharlie
Kota Kinabalu street art
It's January. Here we go again with high expectations of wanting to start everything right. shar.es/1HTeO6 pic.twitter.com/LE0BGno8Sp
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Instead of a whole list of resolutions, choose a single word for the year. By @presidents shar.es/1HTdu8 pic.twitter.com/LVNP61DOCD
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Muslim extremists carry out counter-productive attack. More in Trends of the week philstar.com/supreme/2015/0… pic.twitter.com/A2wZDyBWgY
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Our first cover for 2015: @tonetjadaone is the future of mainstream cinema Grab a copy of the Philippine Star today! pic.twitter.com/rqJfFqagIb
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Imagine nothing to kill or die for / And no religion too (2)
Imagine nothing to kill or die for / And no religion too (1)
For generations, the Bajau have migrated from The Philippines to Sabah. These two women are descendants of migrants; they speak very little Filipino and call Kota Kinabalu their home. Still, they've lived their entire lives undocumented, inhabiting poor sea houses away from the city's shores.
I found a heart-shaped coral today 😘
Couldn't enter the mosque in shorts, so I borrowed this Muslim garb. I fit in perfectly, no?
My cave for the next four days
Good morning, 2015
Give way? Tell that to the people who plan our roads. Nine hours on the road yesterday because of horrendous traffic in Baguio and La Union. I don't think this is what a "booming" economy feels like; more like "bursting at the seams".
Bad photo but this green tea ice cream at Chaya in Baguio is oh my god. (Also at Chaya, some of the best Japanese food I've had in the Philippines.)