Season’s greetings

December 22, 2009 by

We really have nothing to share at the moment, just wouldn’t want to let this chance of greeting everyone a merry Christmas and a blessed & peaceful 2010. Cheers!

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Awesome Friday: Sling bag

December 11, 2009 by

Velvet sling bag accented with crocheted flowers. Available only in moss green. Price is negotiable =)

Leave a message at the comment box below if interested. Or email us at jactuazon@gmail.com / cristina_derillo@yahoo.com

Sims 3 + New Moon = Awesome Trailer!

December 7, 2009 by

Disclaimer: Sims 3 is addictive. Jacob as well. *wink wink*

Awesome Friday: Shinda Ningyo rug dolls

December 4, 2009 by

Shinda Ningyo dolls featured by Project Manila

Where else can you get an equally creepy and cute doll? Only at Shinda Ningyo.

Where else can we have a freak-looking companion that will never complain whenever we act like a total jackass or whenever we feel like being annoyingly conceited? Only at Shinda Ningyo.

Where else can you get a keychain doll that dangles on your backpack until somebody gets it without your knowledge because it’s too cute to be ignored? Only at Shinda Ningyo!

What are you waiting for? Adopt a doll now. Guess it’ll be heck of a lot of fun to have one because “these hand-stitched dolls are carefully and wonderfully made just so it would appeal to the kind-hearted people who adopts them. Even if times get unbearable, these dolls would surely release your tension because if you look at them, they too, have a story to tell.” Ooh! Sounds creepy…

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By the railway

November 25, 2009 by

©Ten Derillo

It felt awkward taking photos along PNR (Philippine National Railways) at Altura, Manila because people who inhabits alongside of it do not normally see people posing along the rails considering the fact that any sign of safety measure isn’t visible in the area.©Jenny Tuazon

Check out AC Dimatatac’s PNR photos.

to have a tattoo or not…

November 16, 2009 by

TreehuggerJust last month I got a word from a dear friend-slash-business partner, Roni, that she’s going to have a tattoo. She showed me the image she would like to be tattooed on her left arm. I’ve guessed it would complement her being a treehugger. Then a week later, I saw her with the tattoo already on her arm. It just had some sort of revision, like the tree’s spirals were made heart-shaped, and a doll was hanged on the arms hugging the tree trunk. Also, she told me that it actually has a story in it (I will be hearing that story from her maybe tomorrow). It looked nice on her fair complexion.

I’ve always liked to have one, too. I just can’t decide on what image to permanently print on my skin. Just like Roni, I wanted something that would tell something about me, like people who are going to see it will have a clear impression on what kind of person I am or what my preferences are. But then, the reason I can’t pursue having a tattoo boils down to one point: I can’t possibly print something on me permanently because I know my preferences will eventually change as I age. Heck, I have to get used to wrestling with my own demons for as long as I live.

I guess I can’t have this tattoo I’ve been longing to have on my skin for quite sometime:

dino tattoo

Stop whining about 500 Days of Summer, will you?

November 9, 2009 by

I actually didn’t like to make a movie review as my first post here but then I had felt this urgency to back up the movie 500 Days of Summer with some kind words it deserves. For the past few weeks after its screening here in the Philippines, people are so cruel to comment on some social sites (all right, you read my mind, it’s Facebook) that the movie sucks — big time. That it bored them to hell. That it’s average. I don’t have any problem with that, we are all free to express our opinions may it please the majority or not. The thing is, the movie is not a sore loser at the box office. It averaged more than $31,000 from just 27 screens in its opening according to The New York Observer.

Let me point out some things that make it not suck — big time.

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Hello World!

November 7, 2009 by

Welcome to Some Kind of Wonderful weblog! This serves as the authors’ stock on things that they find pretty awesome. Hopefully, this would be a successful attempt as a fascinating collection of… whatever they care to post here.

That being said, the authors welcome comments, suggestions and raging reactions from the visitors of this blog because at the end of the day, moderation will prevail. 😛

Have fun on this site!

(hate it, talking in third person!)

Jen and Ten