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pEDo: December 2013 - The other side of my cerebro.


Piraso ng kung ano-ano!

Warning: The following post or the photos included in this post are Rated-18. You have been forewarned! ;)

Disclaimer first, I am not actually a fan nor promote girl group that are coming too sexual/sensual, and honestly I hated the Mocha Girls when I first saw their performance of the "Gimme' gimme'" dance more than two (2) years ago. It was so promoting sexual fantasies or desires to anyone watching and seeing how those booties move, shake, and grind together with the sexy outfit that adds up to the heat, or wakes up the freezing mammal blood!

But then, me and together with my Cousin's family were there in a bar in Antipolo to hang-out and enjoy, so after their performance, we were all lively dancing with each other (with the family, not with the Mocha Girls), while stealing some glances to the Mocha Girls! =D

Autographed Dec.2013 issue of Uno Mag and 2014 Uno Mag Calendar
(noticed that autograph from Jhane and Georgina? they both love me *wink*)
Fast track to today, I got invited to attend the launching of UNO Magazine's Holiday feature/edition - the Mocha Girls Special! Ironically funny isn't it? :)

Whatever happened for the past two years since I first watched the Mocha Girls, it greatly contributed to confirmation of my attendance for the said launching. I thought I would be there just to see how the event will go, but then I was surprised when in just a few minutes, five (5) of my runner-blogger colleagues also arrived to witness this sizzling event, three (3) of us even stayed to watch the first set of their show -- of which got our heart rate up not from running, but from the feast that our eyes are getting!

I tell you, this girl group is not just R-18 and up, but should also be Restricted to ages 50 and above, else suffer the consequences of getting a pre-mature.... heart-attack! :p

So then, enjoy the following photos below taken during the launch:
My first "crush" (high school?) from Mocha Girls - Mae
My crush of the night - Franz
The whole package (L-R): Jhane Santiaguel, Mae Dela Cerna, Mocha Uson (Founder)
Franz Fainsan, Seika Hashizume, and Georgina Knight

Autograph Signing
I love you Alfred :)
Be happy always!
Alfred, Godbless u <3

Stay hot
Love yah! Alfred <3
The naughtiest on my left, and the sweetest on the right, great combo!
Fairy beauty!

Mocha Girls UNO Magazine (Dec.2013) Photoshoot Behind the Scenes:

Read more about UNO Magazine's Press Release at
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"Can a brand bring about positive change towards community progress and nation-building?" This was also a question lounging in my head before and upon my arrival campaign launching.

Thursday last week, December 5, I and together with other co-bloggers (mostly to my surprise, running bloggers instead of food bloggers) were invited for the launching of "Krem-Top's Change for the Better Pilipinas Campaign" at the Wangfu Restaurant in Tomas Morato.

The launch was guested by two (2) handsome endorsers of Krem-Top - 90.7 Love Radio's DJ Papa Jack (John Gemperle) and the actor of the hit love story series "Be Careful with my Heart" Sir Chief (Richard Yap) who is also the owner of Wangfu Chinese Bistro (which has just opened last Oct. 13, 2013).

Menu for lunch during the launch
People from the media (ABS-CBN) also abound during the launch eager to ask questions to both personalities from the show-business related topics (of which I was not able to relate, sorry!) and on to more challenging questions such as how they could possibly inspire the people to change for the better? Even for me, I couldn't simply answer the question without first contemplating hard enough about it! But both endorsers John Gemperle (Papa Jack) and Richard Yap (Sir Chief) have answers in simplest way possible.

For Richard Yap, simply following the traffic rules, obeying the laws of the land, not throwing pieces of garbage anywhere, can do a lot to change a community when everybody is doing and following it. As for John Gemperle, caring for his family and loving them unconditionally coupled with enjoying the things you love to do makes him feel harmonious with everything around him.

Another answer that I loved most is about keeping everything positive around, refraining from negativity which includes criticism and abusing our freedom of Speech. The freedom of Speech according to Richard Yap, is not the freedom to blurt out anything that you want to say, not minding if it could hurt/damage someone or not, but it should be a way to inspire and motivate our fellowmen.

Carrying the Krem-Top brand (launched in 2010) with them in this campaign, they will push the envelope of declaring a better Pilipinas as not just merely a vision, but a reality by "telling Filipinos that small changes when done together can affect a change not just for the individual but for an entire country. All it takes is the will and participation of the greater majority."

This made me realize once again, that we don't have to become a Superhero or to be in Power to contribute and help in our community as just by following and doing the simple things, we can be a better change that we aim to be.

Dec. 6 - Krem-Top volunteers repacking relief goods for Yolanda victims
For more information, follow Alaska Krem Top on Facebook and Twitter (@KremTopPH).

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