Monthly Archives: November 2011
These are the following spectacular wonders of the world:
1.) Cenote Angelita of Mexico
2.) Grüner See of Austria
3.) Blue Hole of Belize
4.) Phong Nha Cave of Vietnam
5.) St. Paul Underground River of the Philippines
6.) Matterhorn of Switzerland
7.) Shiretoko National Park of Japan
8.) Greina Plateau of Switzerland
9.) Gimmelwald of Switzerland
10.) Motuo Province of the People’s Republic of China
Will blog about this soon!
My role models in life would definitely be the following:
Tricia Gosingtian – Aside from being a photographer, model, fashion blogger and stylist, she’s also being assigned to have a talk in DLSU (which is really a great honor!). Well, I really have to admit, but she’s way much better than Camille Co (another fashion blogger, no offense though!) is because, Tricia’s always smiling in her photos when modelling.
Saab Magalona – Not only that she’s the younger sister of Maxene Magalona, she’s also a freelance blogger who talks about anything and everything and we share the same experience– we were both introverts during high school. Of course, she proved that she could be a good blogger and at the same time, a celebrity achieved on her own.
John Vyev – One of my buddies during high school, although we’re not batchmates, we share the same interest!
Answer this question if you want. I think I have said enough. xD
I hate to admit this, but I’m losing my interest in photography.
It seems that nobody was really interested in most of my photographs in deviantArt. Or is it just me?
deviantArt.com|My latest deviation, this time the effect is/was ready-made with Actions
I did my best, and that’s all I could say
Photography wasn’t really my passion, not until it just got into me. I envied a lot of people possessing different types of gadgets, and a simple digital, single-lens reflex camera just came into mind. I was about to abandon my old point-and-shoot when I just saw everyone holding a DSLR.
To be honest, after all my hardwork, I just lost interest in it.
I hate to rant about this but…
Do you believe that Felice Fawn’s really a damn good photographer?
LAWL, as if she’s not really focusing on what she really loves. All she does is self-promotion in a classless way. I don’t get it. I really don’t get why people are usually worshipping her anorexia nervosa (I said this before that I do not hate Felice Fawn, BUT even encyclopediadramatica.ch isn’t lying either, so does efagz) thing. I know, this really has to stop, but I’m not advocating the reduction of cult following. Her fans are making some cult which is stupid. Very, very insanely and ridiculously stupid.
Nah, back to the photography thing.
There are many better photographers out there.
The cult of DSLR ownership
I saw this phrase, “It doesn’t mean that you have a DSLR you’re automatically a photographer.”
It feels like I wanna argue about this.
NOT being an owner of a DSLR doesn’t make you LESS a photographer. Look, I was actually allowed to bring a digital camera for documentary since I’m an editorial staff member of the school paper way back in high school. The only thing is, I didn’t have a Photoshop back then.
I know, that having a DSLR doesn’t make you (more) a photographer, but sometimes, even those who don’t own a DSLR could actually make good pictures, and I have to admit that I am still practicing on digital cameras when I take a picture.
I actually applied in the photo section of the school paper during the first term of my sophomore year in college. However, I didn’t continue everything since there’s no spectacular event to cover that time. I just took the test, but doing the assignment? Sorry, I didn’t even manage to finish all the tasks.
What do I think about people owning a DSLR without declaring his/her “photographer” status(?)
Owning a DSLR doesn’t really make you necessary MORE a photographer, but there are advantages if you’re owning one. You’re always doing the job as a documentation staff, or whatsoever people would assign to you.
If you were to obtain another citizenship, what would it be?
If only Japan would simply allow dual citizenship, I would apply for it. Not because I’m a Japan-fan, but also, it has more benefits compared to the US like, I could visit mainland China without visa at all.
Truth is, I won’t apply for another citizenship UNLESS I marry someone from a rich country.
Oh, and I admire Taro Kono, though. (This guy has proposed something only to allow/re-allow dual citizenship in Japan.)
Is “fighting for your citizenship” your main concern or not at all?
Fighting for your citizenship isn’t the concern at all. Well, if I were to be asked, there are passports with its own unique abilities. Like for instance, I hold a Philippine passport (single citizen here, I never had any dual citizenship, be it jus soli or jus sanguinis), and what it can do is to send me to ASEAN countries, without a visa at all. Despite being a somehow restrictive passport (usually developed countries issue visa-immune passports while developing/underdeveloped countries issue restrictive passports), at least Filipino citizens have the freedom to travel in ASEAN countries without visa at all, which a Japanese or a US passport may not have. If a Philippine passport could bring you to Brazil without visa at all, this cannot be done by the passports issued by the two rich countries I mentioned.
So, yeah. I really have to say that I am for dual nationality.
Will you ever give up your citizenship for another citizenship?
It depends, actually. However, I agree with what Gong Li said about her switching of citizenship. Since she’s a Singaporean, in legal terms, she once said that she’s still Chinese (by ethnicity), regardless of nationality. Well, I would still say that I’m still Filipina by blood although I do not hold a Philippine passport anymore. That would be fine with me, but it’s better if countries would allow dual citizenship only for certain reasons.
What do you think about dual citizens who have dilemma about their citizenship and identity? (Halfies or pure-blooded people who was born and/or grew up in a foreign country.)
I think it’s not my concern at all. It’s their concern since I’m not a dual citizen. In fact, there are some dual citizens who are willing to give up their other citizenship if they’re running for a political position.
Here are the PMs, messages and of course, questions that I found in Tumblr… tagged = Felice Fawn.
Do you wish you were anorexic like Felice Fawn? Would you kill to have her body? Don’t you wish you could look like a skeleton like so you can get more followers?
I never, EVER wished to be a skeletal figure like Footlice Yawn. Like, what’s WRONG if you’re not skinny but has no followers? Do you think, being “skinny” will make you Tumblr-famous? HELL NO! I may become Tumblr-famous WITHOUT BEING GAWDDAMN SKINNY! Now what’s the use of being malnourished with a lot of followers? It’s better to be hated for being fat rather than to be worshipped for being drastically anorexic.
Do you dream of becoming a skeleton like Felice Fawn?
No way, and it will never happen.
WHEN WILL ALL YOU FELICE CULT MEMBERS LEARN? You’re idolizing someone who used to deny being anorexic, scams people for a living, takes people’s tumblr themes and sells them as her own, copies straight from google, abuses her pets, and has Rich whipped? Does it make you feel loved when she uses pet names when trying to sound like she cares about people’s problems? Do you dream of becoming a skeleton like Felice? Are you aware of all the evidence there is against your cult leader?
Lawl, to this person who asked in Tumblr, I’ll answer this honestly.
TO ALL FAILICE YAWN FOLLOWERS: Read and understand THIS statement, because it’s partially true.
Do you dream of becoming a skin and bones like Felice Fawn?
If that’s the case, I do not have muscles then.
No you’re not individuals if you continue to worship Felice Fawn after all the evidence that’s out there against her. “Whether she was lying or not, I don’t mind.” So you admit that you’re a mindless, ignorant tool willing to overlook any wrongdoing that Felice does because she’s such an “inspiration.” Honey do you even know what a scam is? It’s not forcing people to buy things like you said, it’s stealing people’s money. You obviously have no idea who you’re defending. Fail.
Once again, read and understand this.
You’re a tool for believing everything Felice says. Oh my gosh you’re so brainwashed. There is proof that she abuses her pets from her own fucking blog. She actually did deny for the longest time that she ever had an eating disorder. Clearly you know nothing about the person you worship if you didn’t even know that much. Does your boyfriend pay for everything for you like Rich does for Felice? Felice has Rich doing her dirty work in messaging scammed customers for crying out loud.
I don’t care whether she loves her pets or not. I don’t care about Rich, except her lies. To all Felice Fawn worshippers, she’s only human. That’s it!
Ok so even though Felice has done horrible things to people (based on the evidence) you still think she’s a beautiful and inspirational role model? After she has been found to have several password-protected thinspo blogs even though she claims to be anti thinspo and tells girls to love their bodies? After all the money she’s stolen from people? Sickening.
I know, right? xD Guys, please always consult el-o-el, whiskeyandwords and err… what blog should we recommend?
AND YES, don’t ever think that Felice is “perfect,” everything.
Felice fawn is a scammer. she’s trying to show that being anorexic is good. people cant see past her looks. lauren has so many pro-ana blogs which she claims are recovery blogs. she gets all her ‘religious information’ from websites. She’s a fraud.
I really can’t say anything about the scam thing, but hey, I sort of agree with you.
I really love Felice, she’s actually a really kind person and so beautiful! I don’t see how anybody can hate on her because of what her body looks like D:
LMFAO she’s like any other snobbish “internet celebrity” who cannot just answer all my questions, BE IT anon or non-anon. I know she’s really “nice,” but she’s too choosy to answer a question. Sorry, I really couldn’t help it but yeah.
Felice Fawn has been found to have several pro-ana and thinspo blogs (now deleted) that you could easily identify as hers. Your cult leader is a hypocrite. Even though she denies being pro-ana and call them “recovery blogs,” people have seen her blogs and know she’s lying. You’re a stupid twat to believe everything she says.
Yes, and I have to say that she got the skinniness from anorexia! But I’m no stupid twat either. :p
Felice Lilith Fawn, is now a cult leader. Wait… am I joking or what?
It’s bad news: Felice Lilith Fawn’s moving to WordPress, but I hope she doesn’t read my blog.
Alright, if my entry about Felice Fawn was the reason why many people are disliking her, I really do not care at all. It used to be first blog post with many pageviews, then the hoax about Mark Zuckerberg’s statement about porn attacks surpassed, with 3000+ pageviews.
The cult of Felice Fawn
Do you think she’s a cult leader? Alright, it’s like this: Everyone’s becoming atheist, everyone’s following what she does. Also, there are a lot of people who are worshipping her unendingly. It’s bullcrap. If Felice should be someone to look up to, her aura shouldn’t be converted into a cult after all.
Felice Lilith Fawn – a fictional name.
AND YES, I would prove it too!
She said, it was her “legal” name. Yes, legal, but a birth name will never be changed. It is your past, but definitely not your present.
I wonder why she did that, though?
Understanding the meaning of “drastic transformation”
AS MUCH as I hate ranting about AA Klenk here, well, I really couldn’t help but mention her right here. If her transformation has been widespread all over Twitter way back from late 2010 to the early 2011, same with Felice. As I searched for Felice Fawn all over the Internet, it is found out that her birth name is Lauren Emma Cook. Birth name, huh.
Everyone was doubting if the then-Lauren had a nose job. If some would say that a person’s nose gets thinner if the body gets thinner, it rarely happens! Same piercings, same eyes, etc., you really don’t have to fool yourself that she’s no other than Lauren-turned-Felice.
Take note: Rude comments will be automatically deleted without question. Thank you.
I’ll be leaving my Mystique theme and change it to a new one.
Please be reminded that the 940×200 dimensions will be replaced by a new one.
Heal the world… make it a better place… LSS.
I would change the world by promoting world peace. However, understanding world peace is to understand the complexities of utopia.
Especially… in blogging!
That’s a fake nose ring|Don’t ever get me started that my nose is “big.”
I used to blog by the use of my emotions.
However, I’m over it.
A blogger doesn’t bring him/herself into emotion
Being able to blog is to blog by thought, not my emotion. Sometimes, you really cannot create a decent blog entry if you do rants and make spitfires out of nothing. Being able to control your emotions while blogging should always be the top priority.
Being able to blog is to be strong and witty
Having a very strong wit is always number one. You really can’t rant towards your haters if you don’t have self-confidence.
You can’t blog without feeding your mind with decent information, be it the Internet or printed references. Alright, I could blog about the Upanishads without any problem at all (must first go to the library or get my books because my late grandmother promised me to give it to me hehehe).
Being popular doesn’t mean you have to blog like a pro
If you’re a popular kid (or one of the popular kids, at least), it’s either you become blog-trendy or not, but if you create a shitty blog entry, fuck you! People will not appreciate you if your blog is full of shit and backfighting. If you backfight someone, just keep it to yourself. If you can’t really say something decent at all, GTFO the blogosphere.
I’m not scaring the hell out of you, but popularity doesn’t really make you more of a blogger. If you’re popular just because you are related to a celebrity, then that’s understandable IF and ONLY IF you blog decently. There are some bloggers who are popular because of a celebrity relative, but can blog decently.
Introducing yourself like how most popular kids do IS… a losing trend
It’s really annoying if you post things like, “I hate plastics, feeling close and backfighters.” I lambasted that before!
There’s NOTHING wrong with being “feeling close,” like what I said before. In fact, being “feeling close” is a good strategy to know more about the person, but of course, not in a sudden way.
Being plastic, however, may seem to be a negative notion, but there are times that you have to keep vigilant.
Alright. There are some “popular kids” who could blog decently, but of course, they never ever uttered that they do not accept fake people in life. In fact, they’re the most followed, liked and of course… watched.
Oh, yes. Do you remember how I mentioned Miho, Arnie and Nina in Anything at Random posts? These people at least, blog decently. Miho and Arnie are really good bloggers, and it’s no doubt that their posts are of high quality. You really can’t question that, if you just know them based on first-hand stories. If I almost never communicated with Miho personally, it’s alright. I actually communicated with Arnie, but rarely. Nina? Until online only, but I’ve seen her in person a number of times already.
These people show good example to the blogosphere.
Preparing your feistiness is like an emergency tool
If you’re really a good blogger, feistiness is another key factor. Like how I defended Roxy over those Anti-Pinoy loyalists, it’s like for the first time, stopping their badness. Oh, and this is my first success in life: Those two trolls stopped bashing her after I said, “Go fight me, if you’re just going to lambast here.”
If you’re the typical blogger who “hates plastics, feeling close and backfighters,” better not do self-promotion about your narcissism.