Saturday, July 23, 2011

Si Lolo at si Lola

LOLO: Mahal, ikuha mo nga ako ng Ice cream sa ref.
LOLA: Okay.
LOLO: Tandaan mo, wag kang ulyanin. ICE CREAM ha?
LOLA: Oo ice cream. Gusto mo ba yung favorite mong vanilla flavor?
LOLO: Aba syempre!
(Pagbalik ni LOLA)
LOLA: Eto na ang HOTDOG. :)
LOLO: Sabi na nga ba! Ulyanin ka na!
LOLA: Ha?! Bakit?
LOLO: Nakalimutan mo yung Ketchup!

The Library of Man Knowledge

1st be a man of Virtue. 2nd be a man of skill. If you are not a man of virtues, you will have no one to show your skills off to.

41. “All men are timid on entering any fight. Whether it is the first or the last fight, all of us are timid. Cowards are those who let their timidity get the better of their manhood.” – General George S. Patton

343.  Always raise the toilet seat whilst doing your business and ALWAYS put it back down when finished. And please…flush afterwards. The ladies will respect you immensely for this.

932. “No success can compensate for failure in the home.” — David O. McKay

1517. In the army we used to get punished for leaving equipment on the ground. At the very least you had to put gear on a regulation blanket or on some kind of tarp.  Respect your equipment. It is what keeps you alive.

1117. You do not have to be stressed out in order to be working hard.

1448. Three simple rules to live by:
          1. Look good.
          2. Always know where you’re going.
          3. If you get lost, or don’t know where you’re going, revert back to rule #1.

1733. “The whole work of man really seems to consist in nothing but proving to himself every minute that he is a man and not a piano-key.” -Fyodor Dostoevsky

2020. “Perhaps the most valuable result of all education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do, when it ought to be done, whether you like it or not. It is the first lesson that ought to be learned; and, however early a man’s training begins, it is probably the last lesson that he learns thoroughly.” -T.X. Huxley

2062.  “Don’t hesitate. When the time comes, just act!” -Wolf O’Donnell


The Quitter

The Quitter
by Robert William Service

When you're lost in the Wild, and you're scared as a child,
And Death looks you bang in the eye,
And you're sore as a boil, it's according to Hoyle
To cock your revolver and . . . die.
But the Code of a Man says: "Fight all you can,"
And self-dissolution is barred.
In hunger and woe, oh, it's easy to blow . . .
It's the hell-served-for-breakfast that's hard.

"You're sick of the game!" Well, now, that's a shame.
You're young and you're brave and you're bright.
"You've had a raw deal!" I know -- but don't squeal,
Buck up, do your damnedest, and fight.
It's the plugging away that will win you the day,
So don't be a piker, old pard!
Just draw on your grit; it's so easy to quit:
It's the keeping-your-chin-up that's hard.

It's easy to cry that you're beaten -- and die;
It's easy to crawfish and crawl;
But to fight and to fight when hope's out of sight --
Why, that's the best game of them all!
And though you come out of each gruelling bout,
All broken and beaten and scarred,
Just have one more try -- it's dead easy to die,
It's the keeping-on-living that's hard.

Puss in Boots Trailer

Hahaha moments:
- "Nothing will distract me."
- "Puss, can you help us?  There's no time to waste." - Rence