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ID #76797

Name: Lou
Age: 18
Country: Philippines

I’ve never had a pen pal before so I thought I should try it out? Anyways, I’ve typed and retyped this many times already and I still have no idea how to introduce myself. So, I’ll stick with the basics I guess?
Im Lou, technically a nickname but I think its considered a pen name, an 18 year old girl from the Philippines! Uh- I love dancing, and I’ve done some choreography for the group that I was in and some teens that hired me (sometimes they pay me with money but sometimes they paid me with food- I mean, who can say nO TO FOOD?) Sometimes I sing just for fun and I’d like to think that I have a nice voice. Nice enough that I don’t annoy my neighbors. Talking, like face to face and stuff, scares the hell out of me. I guess that’s why I’m here? But its also because with my time that Ive spent online and talking to strangers I’ve learned about different cultures and perspective.
My mom said that Im pretty weird so I guess theres also that

Preferences: 18-29, just dont be an asshole then you’re fine


Spontaneous walks lead to unexpected bookshops // Books Nook at Baguio City, Philippines.




hyperlinking one’s account in html is literally exhausting!! 😫😩
nevertheless, seeing all this studyblr. it paid off ❣️ ❣️ ❣️

REBLOG this post with your username if you’re NOT INCLUDED in this filipino studyblr and i’ll make another one including yours


Tala, Haliya, Magwayen {2013}

So last year, I went to Hong Kong. Because I won an art contest thing. I haven’t been out of the country in a while so it was a welcome change of pace and scenery. I actually had meant to make a long post about it late last year. But after I got back, I was greeted with a series of unfortunate events. And eventually I just never got around to it.

Part of the conditions though for my Hong Kong trip was to create more art for an exhibit there. The point of the exhibit was to tell stories of mystique and being Filipino. So I came up with the above paintings all based on three goddesses in the Philippine mythological pantheon. They’re all a bit rough, but I was in a bit of a rush. I see so many faults in all of them that it’s driving me nuts. But I was happy with them at the time, now I’m not so sure.

It could be better. But whatever.

At least I got to Hong Kong and I think I was able to communicate my stories well enough. Well enough that I sold the canvas prints to a lovely couple. So these paintings are now probably hanging in their apartment in Hong Kong.

Aside from the sweet validation, it was also kind of a relief that I sold out actually. I brought my tablet along for repairs but without really any money to pay for it, but it all worked out.  Plus, I got a bit of extra shopping money. I bought art materials mostly.

But the whole time before the night of the exhibit had ended, I was worried I wasn’t going to sell and that I would have to lug those massive canvases back to the Philippines along with a still-broken Intuos. It would’ve been so devastating.

Anyway, it was a great trip. It was pretty soul-enriching. Met a lot of really cool people and made a few new friends. And I learned a lot through the process of making these though, despite not being entirely happy with them. I always make it a point to experiment and try something new with every serious painting. I think that’s important, but sometimes I end up with glorious failures. But then again, my most unforgiving critic is myself.

Boracay - The Philippines 

Only 7km long, and at points, only 500m wide, Boracay has become the most famous island in the Philippines. The island is a postcard perfect location, define by white sandy beaches, clear blue waters, palm trees, and luxury resorts. 

For those looking for a relaxing holiday, settle into the islands beach beanbags, and enjoy ice cold tropical cocktails. For the more adventurous, there is a wide range of water sport activities, including jet skis, wind surfing, and diving. 

170507 Wings Tour in Manila Day 2: Blog Entry

If you ever get lucky to have BTS Concert Tour stop in your city, fight for a chance to get tickets! You will never regret it. And I know that the VIP standing section, the mosh pit near the stage, may seem daunting and scary but I hope these captures can show you how worth it is. I was at the mosh pit right side facing the main stage, near the satellite stage.

Like I said… 

I got blessed!! TWICE!!

By Yoongi

And… by Taetae

Those who read the random shit I post would know this… 


To be blessed by Father Louis Williams Suga Adams III!!!

At that point… I started to chill more and enjoy the concert! I stopped pushing constantly to get close. And believe it or not, it was better that way. ENJOY THE CONCERT! Yes, panic when they come closer. But for the most part… PARTY!

If you brave the pit, you get the chance to be this close to them…

 Jin was too pretty!! ISTG! HE IS GORGEOUS!

I’m sorry… but KOOKIE was HOT!

JIMIN really is a cute mochi!

JHOPE was a sexy sweetheart! too many PH ARMYs swerved lanes! LOL

Look at KIM NAMJOON get it on! LOL Dance King right there!

Of course I have no clear up close vid of Yoongi… My sorry ass kept panicking whenever he got close… tssk… 

Here… watch me panic…

*smh* where the f is YOONGI??

Tips to Enjoy the Mosh Pit!

1 Hydrate! And have a filling meal before the concert. You want to not collapse and actually watch the whole thing, right?

2 Wear comfy shoes! You legit will be standing for at least 4 hours! And people WILL be stepping on your toes.

3 Take a bath and pack a deo! Please please please… take a good bath and wear deo! People are legit so close to you! Don’t torture the people around you.

4 Only bring what’s necessary. A big bag will just bring you down and hit the people around you

5 Refrain from wearing big head bands. Short people *ahem, me, ahem* are on their tippy toes as it is!

6 Meet new people! Most ARMY are nice! Even if you go there alone, you’ll leave with friends. I PROMISE YOU! And be nice! What is the point if the people around you are nice if you aren’t? Practice common courtesy. Apologize if you step or bump into someone. Don’t push people just to get your way. 

7 Lastly! Party with Bangtan! When they sing their songs, sing with them or fan chant with them. Don’t be afraid to dance. The mosh pit is actually spacious most of the time. It is just that people tend to crowd near the stage. I mean, I won’t blame you. You’d want to get as close as you possibly can to the guys. But they don’t always interact and do fan service. You could actually have a better view from a bit further with no cellphones and other people’s hands obscuring your view. Leave the HDs to the pros. I’ll just update the best ones from fansite-nims here! LOL