Saturday, April 28, 2012

The Versatile Blogger Award

I was so thrilled and surprised to receive  The Versatile Blogger Award from

 Xian Garvida 


Thank You to Xian Garvida  for such an important recognition!!


The rules of this award are the following:

1. Thank the blogger who gave you the award. Don't forget to link his/her blog.
2. Post 7 random things about you.
3. Give the award to 15 other bloggers you love and let them know you gave them this award.

Seven (7) Random Things About Myself

1) I'm an Otaku who loves cartoons and japanese anime.

2) I love to watch foreign films and I also love to watch Korean and Japanese dramas/soap

3)  I'm not at all athletic. Lifting weights is the only thing I've managed to stick with for any period of time.

4) I'm a gym rat, I love working out in the gym

5) Though I am shy when meeting new people, after an hour or so of talking with them, I get very comfortable as if I had known them for years. Same for people I haven't seen in a while.

6) I'm a homebuddy, I like staying at home and unwinding. I don't really like spending money on drinking, or spending time in bars all night. I feel its a waste of time, expensive and there's a lot of things I'd rather be doing by myself.  

It's not that I  have a problem going out and socializing, it's that I don't want to. I just simply don't want to.

 I enjoy being at home much more and I have a hard time making myself go out and hang out, unless I happen to be in the mood to. So it's not that I want to but can't, its that I just don't have any interest in it.

I think that's the reason why I call myself the "Lone Wolf"

7) My great grandfather was German that's the reason why I used the name "Milch"

P.S. My great grandfather is not a Nazi because  he lived in the Philippines and married a Filipina. In short, he was not in Germany during World War 2.

And to follow the lead of those who have done this before me, I am giving "THE VERSATILE BLOGGER" award to the following:

1)  In Search Of

2) Fox in adventure

3) The Last Innocent Man

4)  I am Super Leah

5) This is Who I am..

6) AXL Powerhouse Production Inc.

7) Zai Moonchild

8) I'm not so Conio

9) Pluripotent Nurse

10) Cubao sa ilalim

 11) IamCbryanmac

12) Living the Expectations

13) Pluma ni Jepoy

14) Morning and Afternoon Breaks

Saturday, April 21, 2012

20 SEXY Questions


1) What is sexy for you?

Sexiness is the way a person carry themselves, sexy is all about attitude when you have it,  you carry it well. And the most important of all,  is someone who  is confident and someone who knows what they want and could care how society depicts them

2) When do you feel sexy?

When someone cals me sexy lol!

3) What part of your body would you consider sexiest?


4) What part of a woman's body you find sexy

Boobs, ass and  women who have small waist to hip ratio

5) When did you lose your innocence?

 I'm a late bloomer. I lost my innocence when I was in my 20's already

6) To a younger woman, an older woman or a woman your age?

Woman near to my age or someone older than me

7) Sexiest book?

I’m not into books

8) Sexiest movie?

Y Tu Mama Tambien (2001)

9) Sexiest musical instrument?


10) Sexiest song?

I'm to sexy by Right Said Fred –joke

11) Sexiest TV show?


12) Sexiest food?

Whipped cream

13) Sexiest time of day?

Early morning, because, every morning when i wake up i see my thing standing erect creating a little pyramid in the blanket

14) Sexiest part of the house?


15) Sexiest animal?


16) Boxers, briefs

Both, speaking of briefs I don't wear full rise or classic briefs coz they look like grandpa's undies

17) Sexiest fantasy?

Too many to mention

18) Sexiest thing you have ever done to yourself?

Hmmmm secret


19) What do you think you look sexiest in?

Wearing   sando or wearing swim trunks  siguro lol!

20) Sexiest thing you have ever done to or with someone?

Joining someone in the shower, It's not just about being naked and wet, either. Taking the time to soap each other down is simultaneously erotic and intimate, allowing you to enjoy the sensual sensations while also taking the time to pay attention to one another

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Social Networking Sites

I just want to share an article written by Jhoanna O. Gan-So from the Manila Bulletin newspaper. I only added some pictures to make the article more interesting.

With millions of people interacting through Facebook and Twitter, our work lives are changing dramatically at an extremely fast pace.  To avoid becoming obsolete, most find that they have no choice but to ride the wave and adapt to new technologies and different ways to interact. Its either you join the social network or risk being left behind.

Social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and Linked-in provide many benefits for its users. It helps people stay connected. Friends and relatives abroad are able to share milestones in their lives, as well as daily moments of joy with us.

 Missing people can be lost and found in a matter of hours through sheer power of the network.

Business people can build their contacts at a faster pace using social networking  tools. It is indeed exciting to be living today with all the opportunities and possibilities of the new media

Celebrities can announce and share their thoughts  instantaneously to their followers.


Even with all the wonderful things social media brings, it also has its own set of problems and issues. In the recently held HR Leadership Conference and Businessmaker Academy, MRM Worldwide Manila Managing Director Donald Lim discussed in his keynote speech the impact of social media in the workplace.

Lim showed us the exciting changes and benefits that social media is bringing to the workplace, but he also warned us of the problems that may be encountered by companies and its users. He shared very practical tips to avoid problems and maximize the medium.

For those who didn't get a chance to attend, let me share my take on a few problems encountered in social media and some of the practical solutions:

Embarrassing situations.

Remember the Malacanang speechwriter who tweeted that the "wine sucked" in a state dinner of a foreign nation and that there were no handsome men in that country while being part of the president's entourage? I'm sure she did not mean to offend with her thoughtless remark, but it caused a lot of embarrassment for the President. I guess she learned a valuable lesson that once you tweet and announce something to the online world, it's difficult to take back what you said. In times like these, the best thing to do is sincerely apologize and pray that it won't haunt you for the rest of your life. It is also best to avoid saying negative things in the first place. Perhaps the time-tested advice of mothers still holds true: "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all.


In the United States, there was a case wherein an employee was caught writing bad things about her boss. She was fired for it so she filed a lawsuit against the company. Her argument is that she did it outside the company time and in her private account. This brought forth the question:  Is Facebook a private or a public place? However, the company settled so it was never deliberated in court. You can just imagine how many disgruntled employees or unsatisfied customers can easily write negative things about you. If you could be a PR nightmare. Years spent building the name and reputation of your company can be undone within hours. The solution shared by Lim is to have a clear company policies regarding social media and to have someone regularly monitoring your Internet presence.


For job hunters and employees, you can just put out the wrong image if you post awkward, indecent and unlpleasant photos in your profile pages. There are HR recruitment officers who look at your profile online as background check. What would that person say if you have party photos where you look drunk and wasted? Your profile page is a reflection of your character so always put your best foot forward and post things that enhance your image.

Student Banned from graduation due to Facebook photo:

Philippine catholic school punishes boys over Facebook photos


In the USA there was even an extreme case of a woman who burned down a couple's house because they "unfriended" her. I also know of feuding employees who use Facebook as a place to express their anger against others. The problem is that they have common friends who read their posts and told that the party concerned about it. Things got ugly and it broke their friendship. So never think Facebook and Twitter as an online diary. It's an online social network. If you take pains to prepare for a party or look good when you meet friends, the more you should be careful in establishing a good image, reputation and relations online.

Man Kills ex after she announced engagement to another man on facebook

Taiwanese kill wife's Facebook friend

Like some many modern tools, social media provides us many benefits. But if abused or used with abandon it may give your problems. So use it wisely and well. Maximize its potential and let it work for you.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Happy Easter!


The Lord has risen today!!!

Easter is a celebration of humanity, a day full of strong emotions and holy love. 

Because it is the day of our freedom since our God has conquered the world of sin and death, the world of violence and hatred! Rejoice!

Tuesday, April 3, 2012


I came from a Catholic school, from elementary to college. At noong araw may times na nagsisimba kami as  a class sa chapel namin at nagcoconfess kami sa pari.

I can still remember yung sinabi ng classmate ko na "Ano kaya icoconfess ko, wala ako maisip eh"?

Noong nadinig ko yun ay natawa ako at muntik ko na sabihin sa kanya na:

 "Di mo alam ang mga kasalanan mo? Gusto mo isa isahin ko? Marami kang kasalanan alam mo ba yun? Tulad ng panloloko mo  sa mga classmates natin,  at nagsisinungaling ka din  sa mga teacher natin, nagbubully ka ng estudyante na masbata sa yo at yung ibang classmates natin binubully mo din at isa na ako doon lol!."

May times talaga na di natin alam na kasalanan pala ang ginagawa natin sa kapwa natin. At may times din na alam natin na kasalanan siya sa Diyos pero ginagawa pa rin natin.

I just want to share a passage  from the Holy Bible:

“Who can discern his errors? Forgive my hidden faults. Keep your servant also from willful sins; may they not rule over me...” Psalm 19:12-13

This passage gives an explanation of unintentional and intentional sins. Basically unintentional sins are sins of which a person is not fully aware; intentional sins are sins that a person knows are wrong and yet continues to do.

Lahat tayo ay may kasalanan kaya bilang catholic ay kailangan natin magconfess sa pari. Because confession of  a sin demonstrates our acknowledgment that we have sinned.

Personally, Di ako lagi nagcoconfess sa pari because  I believe that, "If I have done something wrong, I will just  have a private conversation with God and I'll just tell him in my bedroom".

Sometimes I believe that confessing to God or to the priest is not enough. Because we need to confess our sins to those we have sinned against.

So if we have sinned against someone, we need to confess that and set it right, and if we are holding a sinful attitude towards another we need to change in our heart before we can enjoy fellowship with him. But it is not right to say that unless we are willing to confess all our sins to someone else, we are trying to hide our sins and are unwilling to come into the light. God is light, and to come into the light essentially means to come out of hiding before God and live in transparency before Him