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I also had copies of those silly fairy tales such as Cinderella.

(Yes, the feminist in me find those stories silly, but that’s anothe blog entry in the future).

One of my Aunts have a quite a number of pocketbooks she collected over the years.

My first few weeks in Canada (with no job, nowhere to go, no one to talk to except family members) was consumed by reading these things.

He is an epitome of the classic #paminta which is evident on how he carries his image all throughout his career. we have to strive hard, we need to prove our worth more than a straight guy should, we need to double our effort, we fall (a lot) but in the end…

He may have some pitfalls along the way but he make sure that he goes back on track. we have to redeem ourselves not because we owe it to our audience, but because we owe it to ourselves.

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Sure they are not perfect, they are often stereotypical, most are predictable, some are explicitly chauvinists, which annoys the hell out of me.

But I still read them, especially when I’m feeling homesick, when I miss the Philippines. This entry was posted on August 18, 2006 at am and is filed under Books, Pinoy.

The only rubbing we get is from our friends with the words..’Masakit ba?

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