aw, you like a fairytale love story too??? if you do, that's nice.. :)
Sooo badly. I want to dance with her under the rain, which is my biggest (yet corniest) dream. I don’t want a damsel in distress, and people kissing frogs. I just want a true love, a love that isn’t really just love itself. I know it’s reeeally corny and rare, but I’d die for it.
I just watched the movie cinco on the big screen, and all I can say is .. WOW ! At first, I thought that it would be really corny ( since most of the local horror movies are ), but then again when I really watched it .. WOW ! Just wow ! The story line is awesome, although it’s not really that scary, the story pulls it all in nicely. Cinco has 5 parts: (1) ” braso ” with Robi Domingo, Baron G, Aron something, and I forgot the others (2) ” paa ” with Jodi Sta Maria, and a scary looking girl, paa for me is the best among 5 parts (3) ” mata ” with Maja Salvador and Rayver Cruz (4) ” mukha ” with Mariel Rodriguez, her role is a kontrabida, although hindi ganun kabagay sa kanya yung role, magaling naman, and (5) ” puso ” with Pokwang, Bangs Garcia, and Zanjoe Marudo. You should really watch this movie, it’s way better than Eclipse :|
1. Eat a cooked egg with the yolk. Yolk is known to help increase brain and memorization productivity.
2. Sit with both feet flat on the ground. Although this may seem really simple, 90 percent of people sit with their legs crossed, or one foot slightly/fully off the ground the majority of the time. Sitting with both feet flat on the ground helps blood flow to the brain, and it is also less distracting.
3. When you are reading, use your finger to guide your eyes. The faster you move your finger, the faster your eyes move. Even though it may seem like you’re skipping words fast, your brain puts together the missing words. Humans are logical. Not only does using a finger increase your reading speed by 300% +, but it also helps keep people focused. Most students tend to doze off in the middle of reading, but using a finger will help keep you focused.