The Original Lola Techie

30 10 2009

Bayantel’s Lola Techie made her debut on local TV earlier this year as a grandmother reprimanding her grandson for not responding to her online messages. It was a good laugh, and expressed the new Bayan DSL’s marketing strategy effectively (i.e. their internet is so easy, a grandmother can use it) while promoting reconnecting with your elders through the Innarnets at the same time.

This morning I picked up and reread Carlo Vergara’s Zsazsa Zaturnnah just for kicks. At the end of the comic (Epilog), I found out something important: Aling Britney is the original Lola Techie!!

Here’s the proof:


:p LOLz


The awesum and smexy Zsazsa Zaturnnah is owned by Carlo Vergara and no one else


Nico Bauang… pasok!

29 10 2009

Peeling garlic cloves is one of the things I love doing that is tedious, unnecessary and releases my obsessive-compulsive tendencies. It has a certain therapeutic effect on me. But this time, for some reason I thought of Nico Baua, a reporter for ABS-CBN and the funny way he says his name after every report. It all started from there. I introduce, Nico Bauang, my very own field reporter! Enjoy!


Yes, Ted! Narito po ako sa Club Pilifino kung saan mayroong nagaganap na press conference tungkol sa nalalapit na 2010 presidential elections.┬áKasama natin ang isang karaniwang mamamayan na mukhang nauubos na ang pasensya sa haba ng pila sa pagrehistro… Sir, ano po ang masasabi n’yo sa sitwasyon ngayon?

Ano ba yan?! Walang sistema! Madaling araw pa lang ako nandito, di ko man lang nasilayan ang gown ni Korima!


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29 10 2009

Experiment time!

I’ve always loved yogurt, but as time went by the price has only gone one direction: up. So as much as I want it daily, it’s too costly. Then after learning that it could be homemade, I wanted to make my own! A little internet search and grocery shopping later (and a little discovery about a certain thermometer), it’s yogurt making time!


Yogurt recipe, more or less… haha. I used about half a liter of Cowhead full cream milk, a cup of Nestle plain yogurt, and about 2 spoonfuls of Nido powdered milk. The amounts were all guesswork, really. The recipes I took off from are linked at the end of this post.

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