Escaped the city with Joey. Tagaytay was freezing at night!
*We here at Ditz Revolution LOVE to get crafty once in a while. In fact, we keep a steady supply of washi tape at hand for those moments when we feel like sprucing up our surroundings! Washi or decorative tape is a very versatile and affordable craft material that can be used to cuten up practically anything. With **Spring just around the corner, we thought it was a great time to freshen up a few boring office items.
Six things I love in a blog besides its content, of course!
1. About Me Page
I was browsing Instagram a while back and came across this adorable style blogger. Interest piqued, I clicked to visit her blog but a quick glance of the latest posts gave me the impression that there wasn’t much to see or read; it was all just nice photos of her outfits. The About Me page also told me nothing about her— just a few words stating her interests, which were nothing special to begin with: food, arts, music etc.
So cute and so pretty, but so dull.
It’s been ages since the last SMBS. Joey still says funny things but most of them are inside jokes that no one would understand or appreciate, or are best experienced (like that time he sang along to Mr Big’s To Be With You in the car but changed all the words to “hold on little girl”). I don’t want to pressure him into saying things just so I’d have something to put on this blog but— goddamnit, Joey, SAY FUNNY THINGS FOR PUBLIC CONSUMPTION, PLEASE.
Again, some of these are old.
After making a pretty bomb-ass sandwich:
Joey: I’ll make that sandwich (salami, prosciutto, parmesan on ciabatta) again tomorrow.
Me: Yeah, it’s good! Better if you can add lettuce!
Me: I’m not! I still ate it!
Joey: Bigyan kitang *pandesal at ampalaya dyan.
Me: That’s like the worst sandwich.
Joey: You’ve never had one before? It’s good.
Me: As a form of punishment?
Joey: **Eh gusto mo ng greens eh.
*plain bread and bitter melon
**Well, you said you wanted greens.
The Sunday Currently is so boring and barely anyone reads this shit but I promised myself I’d make it to Volume 100!