Posts from the ‘Mindless Rants’ Category

Maroon 5 Medley

Are you a Maroon 5 fan? How ’bout a Victoria Justice fan? A Max Schneider fan?
Well, if you said yes to at least one of my questions, then you’d surely love the Maroon 5 Medley. 

With Moves Like Jagger, Make Me Wonder, Payphone, Sunday Morning,  She Will Be Loved, Misery, and This Love, this song is awesome! If you like mash-ups, that is.

Sooo, what are you doing there, wasting your time with my ranting?! Check out this awesome video :

Lyrics :

Just shoot for the stars if it feels right
Then aim for my heart if you feel like it
Take me away make it okay
Yeah, you really make me wonder about you
Well baby, it’s hard when it feels like
You’re broken and scarred, nothing feels right
But when you’re with me, I’ll make you believe
Girl, you really make me wonder ’bout you
I wasted my nights,
you turned out the lights
Now I’m paralyzed

Still stuck in that time when we called it love
But even the sun sets in paradise
I don’t mind spending everyday
(Sunday morning, rain is falling)
Out on your corner in the pourin’ rain
(Steal some covers, share some skin)
Look for the girl with the broken smile
(Sunday morning, rain is falling)Ask her if she wants to stay awhile

And she will be loved
She will be loved
She will be loved

And I won’t go home without you

I know its hard to remember, the people we used to be
(But i am in misery)
You say its to late to make it, but is to late to try
(Why won’t you answer me)
Well baby, you are all I need, in darkness you are all I see
Come and rest your bones with me
Driving slow on Sunday morning
And it goes like

This love has taken its toll on me
She said goodbye too many times before

Now take me by the tongue and I’ll show you
All them moves like Jagger
I got them moves like Jagger

My heart is breaking in front of me
And I have no choice
Yeah, i won’t say goodbye anymore

Just look into my eyes and I’ll own you
With them moves like Jagger
I’ve got them moves like Jagger

Now I’m at a payphone
(I don’t mind spending everyday)
All of my change I spent on you
(Out on your corner in the pourin’ rain)
Where have the times gone
(Look for the girl with the broken smile)
Where are the plans we made for two
(Ask her if she wants to stay awhile)

And she will be loved
she will be loved
she will be loved
she will be loved
she will be loved
she will be loved


Embracing Differences

God made each and every one of us unique, in our own special way. He gave us different attitudes, appearances and personalities. No one in our world is the same. Not even twins, triplets, quadruplets, and so on. We all have that one trait that makes us different from others, one that we consider a flaw. But that doesn’t mean that you have to isolate yourself from society. Our differences are what make us who we are. They are like our very own barcode.

Let’s look at this in a different way. We are all good at different things, which is why people have different careers. But, for example, all of us are only good in fishing, so we all become fishermen. What would happen to the doctors, nurses, firemen, and the like? Who would we go to when we get sick? Or when something is on fire? This is why we are born different from each other. So we could do different things, meet people who are opposite from us, and help each other realize the meaning of life. I am quite disappointed in today’s generation, though. Because I have noticed that, in schools, students usually group themselves according to their similarities. They seem to outcast people who are somewhat different from them. According to a book I have read, an outcast is a person who doesn’t ‘fit in’ because they are more unique and gifted than others.  And the others don’t appreciate that, even though an outcast is the nicest person you can ever imagine. You see? Why should we hate people who are different? There is something unique and nice in each and every one of us.  We are, after all, made in the image and likeness of God.   Every person in this world should be given the chance to be accepted and appreciated.  Yes — we all have our own faults and imperfections but, hey, who’s counting?  Nobody’s perfect, right?

And in order to be able to love one another, we must be ready to accept all of their differences. Problems in the world would be easier to handle if we are united. By that, I mean, we should all accept each other’s uniqueness. If we are able to do that, our world would be a much better place to live in. No one would ever feel left out.  And with that, the most elusive “world peace” will be ours for the taking.

1st Place In My School’s “Best Suggestion” Contest!

So, last month was nutrition month. My school’s very big on nutrition month. They make such a big deal out of it that I was practically shoved into entering a contest for my class. A contest I wasn’t even informed about until they called me for it.

Soyeah. First place, baby! Here’s the file I submitted. Tell me what you think. I know students would probably hate me for suggesting this, but hey, I won. Haters gon’ hate. Potatoes gon’ potate.

Concern : Children nowadays are very fond of eating lots of unhealthy food. If you try to conduct a survey in our canteen, you will see that most students prefer buying deep-fried food instead of rice, veggies and meat. And, in my opinion, it is severely unhealthy. If we do not do something about this, you could probably expect that, in the coming years, many of the students buying from our canteen will get sick.


“Wastong nutrisyon ang kailangan

Para sa magandang kinabukasan.”


Considering the fact that not every student in this school is physically active, we must teach others to eat a balanced meal. For example, we could reserve two days a week for healthy eating. In those two days, everything that is served in the canteen is healthy. The students who buy rice and “ulam” will have a serving of each food group on their plates. Say, I’d buy rice and chicken. The canteen staff will put at least two spoons of veggies on my plate, too. And for the people who buy their drinks in the canteen, they would only be served fruit juices and water. There will be no deep-fried food and fizzy drinks in those two days. The ice cream will be replaced with a serving of fruit salad for two days also, while the buying of candies will be limited to ten pieces per break time. The unhealthy junk food should be removed, though, because students tend to depend on it if they don’t like the food. And, if we do this every week, students will stop complaining and start eating healthy food, even though it’s only little by little. We should all keep in mind that great things come from small beginnings. So, when all of the students get used to it, the next school year, we could probably make it three days instead of two. We don’t really want them to get sick and die at an early age because of their unhealthy eating habits, right? I mean, there are students who have high ambitions— students who want to live a long, healthy and successful life. Who are we to hinder them from that?

There ya go. Questions, suggestions, violent reactions? (: Tell me.