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Filet Mignonne Call me 'Mign'. The 'g' is silent.
Content writer/SEO Specialist in training.
TV-obsessed doodling bum through discretion.
Cebu, Philippines.

A Healthy Dose of Paranoia: Preventing FLUpus

A Healthy Dose of Paranoia: Preventing FLUpus

Paranoia isn’t all that bad. One way of looking at it is that it is an extreme case of being careful – possibly extreme to the point of being debilitating as the case may be for paranoid tin-foil-wearing people, sure, but I digress. This carefulness does serve a purpose, however. Paranoia, when taken a few pegs down to extreme carefulness, is important especially when it comes to health. (On an…

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362/365 Daily Dose of Happy: Papa’s Random Expressions

Parents say the strangest things. My dad, for example has a number in his repertoire including:

"Tastes like fried chicken!" - a compliment; to be applied to ANYTHING

"Mura man Cebu Plaza!" ("Like Cebu Plaza!" - a compliment; for places, venues, projects (?). He used it to describe a set of shelves he’d just painted white so yeah. Work with that.

"Mana! Tuyo na!" ("Done! It’s already dry!") - picked up from this commercial that plays in perpetua and lurks around every corner of local TV. An eye herbal medicine thing. Eye beam? Whatevs. Used anytime.

"Sa tamang timpla!" ("With the right mixture/dosage(?)!" - another TV-commercial-originating line. With matching dance moves of raising both arms up in the air, repeatedly and a grinning, almost manic expression. Again random use.

Do a clickity and enjoy!

fractionsofmoi:

Artswapped with unica hija, Mau!
It’s the chick from Paradise Kiss. Been a long time, anime, long time. :)
Very unsteady hand hence the thick outlines and I couldn’t gauge the bleeding of my pens. Tsk tsk. Need practice.

fractionsofmoi:

Artswapped with unica hija, Mau!

It’s the chick from Paradise Kiss. Been a long time, anime, long time. :)

Very unsteady hand hence the thick outlines and I couldn’t gauge the bleeding of my pens. Tsk tsk. Need practice.

I Made a Thing I Ate: Aglio Oglio

Aglio Oglio

Ingredients:

oil

salt

pepper

pasta

water

basil

mushroom

capers

olives

(canned tuna)

1. Make pasta.

2. Saute garlic, onion (minced), mushroom, capers, olives and the optional tuna.

3. Drop in pasta. Stir well.

4. Eat.

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