Let’s admit it. When we say “Pinoy rock”, Eraserheads will top the list of your
favorite bands. From their formation in 1989 until now, Ely, Marcus, Buddy, and Raymund
are the people behind the soundtracks to the life of the kids of the 90s – like
Pare Ko, Toyang, Ligaya, Tindahan ni Aling Nena, Magasin, Overdrive, Huwag Mo Nang Itanong, Ang
Huling El Bimbo, Kaliwete, MaselangBahaghari, and many more.
And when we say Philippines’
leading wireless provider, no doubt, Smart
is every Filipino’s top choice.
Now what happens when these two Pinoy favorites and
industry giants collaborate for one epic event? A new, complete Smart prepaid
offer called ALLOUTSURF 30! And
Eraserheads reunited to go all out for this!
Launched last August 19, ALLOUTSURF 30 is Smart’s first complete prepaid deal that
offers calls, texts, and data for only P30 valid for two days. This offer
includes: 300MB data allowance with free
Facebook access, unlimited texts to
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proves the line “Iba talaga ‘pag
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This offer shows how “being complete is always the best thing, whether it refers to a band
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Five students from University Prep Science & Math Elementary and Middle Schools in Michigan competed: Jaidyn Hamilton and twin sister Jada; Lauren Bradford; Sa’Nya Burton; and Gisele Motley. Charisse Wood was also on the team. She is a fifth grader who played at another level.
All six girls are active in the Detroit City Chess Club, which is composed of elementary, middle and high school chess teams.
It wasn’t the first time the chess club has competed in the event, but head coach Kevin Fite said placing first “was a significant win.”
“We’ve won a lot of other national tournaments, but we’ve never won this one. … We were considerably the underdog in that section,” Fite added.
Congratulations to these wonderfully talented young ladies! #Love it!
So about 4-5 years ago I bought a dress for £40 because I really liked it. I liked it for the design, just not on me. It was about 3 sizes too big anyways. So it’s been sitting in my wardrobe for years. I’ve thrown out all my other dresses (only had about 3 anyways) because I knew I would never wear them. I’ve been out as transgender to my family for a year or so now, so I thought it was clear for me to stop hiding and throw everything away that I had just got in order to hide behind.
So my mum, being as amazing and supportive as she is, made me a waistcoat and tie from that dress so I can finally wear the design that I liked and feel comfortable. She had never made either before and tried so hard to make these for me, and I think they are amazing. She is currently working out how to make a bow-tie from the left over material because I love bow-ties too.
I would love to show her how amazing this is and that it isn’t just me who thinks so.