Hi Anon! I actually made a list of people that I avidly follow before. But for the sake of updating my blog, here you go! (:
- Beauty: Afianne Cope, Izumi Nagai, Jatrina Mari Chua and Krisha Payong.
- Fashion: Stephanie D., Chloe Ting, Cheyser Pedregosa and Jenn Im
- Travel: Rozette Diaz and Faith Eliza
- Personal: Donna Louise, Denise Enriquez, Kat Pertierra and Lara Murallos.
- Food: Pigamitha Dimar
- Photography: Amamak, James Nord, Lucia Pang and Tienne B.
Is it alright if I give you more than one answer, Anon? Anyway…
- Masquerade or Phantom of the Opera. Basically, everyone wears a mask.
- Moulin Rouge. Paris, musical and a pinch of literature.
- Pirates. Not the Peter Pan sort of thing, but more like Pirates of the Caribbean. (Where the girls can wear pants and a buckle.)
- Carnival. Think of cotton candy, pop corn, balloon and rainbow cakes, and the venue is outside; a park or a garden.
- Hogwarts Yule Ball. Everyone loves Harry Potter-related things, right? Hihihi.
Anonymous asked: Manila Manila or like makati qc manduluyong pasig other cities that make up metro Manila. But ew the metro is so congested and so polluted why mnl
Haha. Wow, “ew” talaga ha? But anyway, yes I am aware that the metro is congested and polluted but, I don’t know, there is just something about Manila that seems to lure me there. You may not see it but Manila is actually beautiful. I’m not that familiar with the places in Manila but maybe Quezon City or Makati.
Anonymous asked: Where in Canada and California NorCal or SoCal . Or upper upper Cali.
Vancouver, Churchill and Montreal for Canada. SoCal, either in the Orange County or San Diego for California.
Anonymous asked you: I totally agree with every single thing you said about the UK. I don’t live in the UK but in a country very near it. Same as UK, the laws here suck when it comes to handling teenagers and young people. I do think that teenagers usually do whatever they want because they’re confident that the law would favour them because they’re young. I know they have this ‘human rights’ they always point out whenever they’re questioned about doing something. Also with the cost of living and the crazy tax, I agree with you.
I know, right? I mean even my colleagues did say that some of the laws here are absurd, and they’re English!
Anonymous asked you: What are the good things you like about the uk? And IMO at least the us is diverse very diverse as in no superiority
- Majority of the people here are friendly. They smile to you even if you barely knew each other.
- They give high regard to nature and the animals.
- It’s acceptably clean. No pollution.
- Based on to what I’ve heard, Britain’s history is amazing.
- There are tons of enchanting places to visit.
- Crime rate is fair to low.
- The capital city, London, screams of Art!
That’s all I can think of right now. By the way, I’m sorry for this late post. I have been busy with work. As per usual. (:
Well, for instance, some of the punishment doesn’t fit the crime especially if the one accountable for it is a teenager. Most of the time, the punishment seems to be in favor to the young teenager who did the crime than to the one who got molested or harass just because the culprit was “young”. Regarding about the people, I did say it wasn’t really a big deal. Although I can’t help but notice that there is a sign of “superiority” especially towards foreign people. (It’s either a typical British aspect or it just so happens that I met the wrong people.) My answer was biased. I did mention it before. I don’t know what life is like in the United States but I know what it is like here, and so far it’s not my cup of tea.
That’s the fact though. You are used to it. I’m not. I respect that you might be annoyed or offended with my answers — and I’m sorry for that — but we are two different people. But I swear, I don’t hate the country like you might think I do. I can also name a couple of good and the things I love about it! :)
In my own opinion, yes. And with regards to the things I don’t like about the UK, well, first there is the weather. I know this isn’t really a valid reason but I can’t stand the constant change of it. Second; I can never quite understand the law here, I think some of them are quite absurd to be honest. Some of the people can be quite intimidating and superior sometimes but this one varies, though, this isn’t really a big deal but I am stating it anyway. And lastly, the cost of living is expensive. I think everything here needs to have a license or an insurance — your car, your mobile phone, your home, TV and whatnots — some of which I think is quite unnecessary. And the tax is absolutely ridiculous!
ETA: But then again, that’s just me. UK isn’t that bad. The place isn’t just right for me. (:
I might sound biased when I say I would rather choose to live in the United States than here in UK. I know what life is like here and I don’t particularly like living here. UK is a great place to visit, yes. But living here is a whole different story. I haven’t been to the United States but right now I feel that anywhere (excluding the Middle East, lol) will do me as long as it’s not here in UK.
Hahaha. Yes, you got it right. Although, unlike thrift stores, charity shops are far sensible. Because the money that you spent in there actually goes to a good cause. :)
You only said top 5 though, and the ones that I’ve mentioned were actually the most common places I’d go to. Heehee. River Island would actually be my 6th and the other two? I haven’t really look into them yet. (Are they any good?)
Is this really meant for me? Lol. I’m sorry, I just find it a little strange when people ask me something related to fashion. But anyway it’s…
- Jane Norman
- Charity Shops (or “Thrift Shops”, if that’s what you prefer)