What's your favorite disguise? [/meta]

posted by letter shredder @ 11:59 a.m. on 1/20/2006

"Great art is about conflict and pain and guilt and longing and love disguised as sex and sex disguised as love..."
                                          -- Lester Bangs, Almost Famous

Friday, February 18, 2005

posted by letter shredder at 7:27 PM

Saan Nakakabili ng Body Clock?

I haven't slept but I still went to the UP Fair last Thursday, sponsored by Sigma Beta. I'm happy that most of my friends were able to come and I even saw some high school and grade school friends. I got in for free coz I was able to sell all the tickets Pia gave me. I was not really able to watch most of the artists that performed. Some bands that I really paid with much attention were Giniling Festival, The Brew, Kiko Machine and Cheese.

I saw Kitchie Nadal and Spongecola but I really did not get too excited coz I've seen them perform during the MTV Summit last December 1, 2004 at The Fort. Spongecola's vocals--Yael--did that weird thing again. I really didn't like his "wraaaah!" ala Greyhoundz. He also did it when he was at The Fort, only milder. He was singing Jeepney!

It was my first time to watch Kiko Machine and I really liked them. Ooooh...first times! I liked their costume, even the one dressed like Spiderman. But I think the crowd really appreciated the red bra one of the vocalists wore.

A friendly reminder: Kiko Machine's members are all male.

I saw Manix played the guitar smoothly but my opinion of him did not change. Sorry, Ice.

I'm done scanning articles for the Jaime V. Ongpin Awards. My back aches, though. I had to spend the night at Makati, too. Really missed my bed... my roommates... but not the other two in the other room across ours! Roommates, not housemates!

While in Makati, Yen said we must not fall asleep and we'd slap each other if we do. And here's how our conversation went:

Yen: Walang tulugan, ha?
Jaycee: 'Di pa ako inaantok. Sira na nga body clock ko, eh.
Yen: Eh 'di bumili kang bago!

I think "I'm not sleepy yet" does not equate with "I'm not tired yet," nor "This place must be haunted. I'm hearing things."

I'm not going to the fair tonight... I have to save my energy for tomorrow's.

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