The Ghostwriter World

Stuff that are not actually supposed to be here, but are here nonetheless.
Kids are almost ready.

Kids are almost ready.

walthaveyoudone:

There is a difference between TAGLISH and CONYOLISM. Please.

Putangina.

Taglish is when you simply use English terms in a Filipino sentence, and vice versa.

Example: “Pumunta ako ng market para bumili ng sibuyas.

Conyolism is when you use English terms in a Filipino sentence, and vice versa, but you sound like the Pinoy version of a Valley Girl.

Example: “I, like, went to the market, to make bili the sibuyas for my dinner.”

Who are you in the dark?

Who are you in the dark?

Installing this now. Too damn heavy.

Installing this now. Too damn heavy.

Listening to this now.

Listening to this now.

Let’s do the @hotaruuu.sama style pic!

Let’s do the @hotaruuu.sama style pic!

Dinners Alone

I am currently at a restaurant, waiting for my dinner. I am also alone. I am not waiting for anyone but for the server to bring in my meal.

It gives me peace, doing this. I am seated at the farthest table in the building. It’s quiet. I could actually hear myself chew. It’s wonderful.

Here we go again.

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