Chinese Vegan Boy
17 hours ago
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I OPENED MY HOLE!!! :)))))
Lol. It’s not as dirty as you think… Okay, it’s a little bit dirty, but not in the usual way; in the literal way. (Wait. Did I really just refer to something fetish-y as “usual?” 0_o)

Anyway, after a lot of pulling and tugging and poking and cussing, I’ve finally re-pierced my eyebrow and lip! Sure, there was blood. Sure, there were weird white stuff coming out. Sure, I should have washed that needle. But, I did it and it only hurt… well, a lot. HAHAHAHAHA!
Don’t try this at home, kids. Go ahead and pay someone else to poke holes on your face. :))))))
P.S. Look at this proud dork with the stupid crazy grin. Never trust him with a needle. XD

I OPENED MY HOLE!!! :)))))

Lol. It’s not as dirty as you think… Okay, it’s a little bit dirty, but not in the usual way; in the literal way. (Wait. Did I really just refer to something fetish-y as “usual?” 0_o)

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Anyway, after a lot of pulling and tugging and poking and cussing, I’ve finally re-pierced my eyebrow and lip! Sure, there was blood. Sure, there were weird white stuff coming out. Sure, I should have washed that needle. But, I did it and it only hurt… well, a lot. HAHAHAHAHA!

Don’t try this at home, kids. Go ahead and pay someone else to poke holes on your face. :))))))

P.S. Look at this proud dork with the stupid crazy grin. Never trust him with a needle. XD

3 weeks ago
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throh:

babeeface:

opticallyaroused:

This dude has a sick skill!!

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This rock balancing is done by Michael Grab. He is an artist and has killer patience. On his site gravityglue.com, Grab explains:

“The most fundamental element of balancing in a physical sense is finding some kind of ‘tripod’ for the rock to stand on. Every rock is covered in a variety of tiny to large indentations that can act as a tripod for the rock to stand upright, or in most orientations you can think of with other rocks. By paying close attention to the feeling of the rocks, you will start to feel even the smallest clicks as the notches of the rocks in contact are moving over one another. Parallel to the physical element of finding tripods, the most fundamental non-physical element is harder to explain through words. In a nutshell, I am referring to meditation, or finding a zero point or silence within yourself. Some balances can apply significant pressure on your mind and your patience. The challenge is overcoming any doubt that may arise.” Pretty sick, amiright?

:)

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One of my favorite poses to do. :D 
Any yogis around where I live? Let’s practice together! \(^o^)/

One of my favorite poses to do. :D
Any yogis around where I live? Let’s practice together! \(^o^)/

(Source: yogaisforposers)

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oxfamgb:

Living on £1 a day for 5 days. Could you do it? 1.2 billion people live below the poverty line, and we’re challenging you to do the same to raise important funds and awareness for people living in poverty around the world. REBLOG if you reckon you’re up for the challenge!

oxfamgb:

Living on £1 a day for 5 days. Could you do it? 1.2 billion people live below the poverty line, and we’re challenging you to do the same to raise important funds and awareness for people living in poverty around the world. 

REBLOG if you reckon you’re up for the challenge!

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2 months ago
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Just sitting by the shore in my jeans and chucks… yeah. “Michael on the Shore” (I should totally be a Haruki Murakami character! Lol.)  

One of the perks of working in the countryside is I get to spend more time in nature. I really miss living in the city though. I really miss how artificially noisy it is there; here, it’s so quiet, it’s hard to think straight. Like seriously, I spend so much time with myself inside my head and it’s not a very conducive relationship. :))) 

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Anonymous asked: Bobo lang? Silahis means rays. Silahis ng araw.

Hi there, Anon! :)

I apologize. Tagalog isn’t my first language, so I’m not well-versed in the vocabulary. I guess I just haven’t encountered the term used in that manner before. I was only familiar with the slang-word version of “silahis.” I’m familiar with the word “sikat” though- which also translates to “rays,” right? Peace, babe. :D 

Oh, and also, please don’t go around spreading hate on the internet. Bad Karma. :/

4 months ago
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What the hell, Anonymous??!!

You could have PM-ed me so I could reply properly. -_____-

Anyway, I’m guessing your lab coat is tie-dyed. Hurry up and add me. Xb

10 months ago
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So, I got scanned recently with the Karada scanner and it turns out that my body age is 26 years old. -__-

That can’t be good… That’s five years more than it should be. It said some other things too, but I wasn’t really paying attention anymore. Hahaha

I guess it doesn’t help that I smoked some cigarettes this week, huh? Eww! Ewwww!!! I’ve got to stop doing that. >.

So please excuse my nakedness. I had just finished doing some yoga to try to compensate for my dying body. XD

Don’t smoke, kids. >:(

1 year ago
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With my two partners, Corbar and Felix Felix, at the Success Forum. 

Who’d have thought that I would one day be working in the Skin Care and Anti-aging industry? :o 

I’m still a farmer at heart though. \(^___^)/ 

I love the sun too much. XD

With my two partners, Corbar and Felix Felix, at the Success Forum.

Who’d have thought that I would one day be working in the Skin Care and Anti-aging industry? :o

I’m still a farmer at heart though. \(^___^)/

I love the sun too much. XD

1 year ago
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Stare Down
Our calesa got caught in a narrow street with another carriage coming towards us on our way to a greenhouse. 

Stare Down

Our calesa got caught in a narrow street with another carriage coming towards us on our way to a greenhouse. 

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Jodi

Another kid I met one Saturday afternoon at the roof of my building. XD

1 year ago
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Look at what I found at Booksale today! :D
The Great Migrations book! I’ve always loved the documentary on this; I even have it on my computer. XD
And it was so freakin cheap, too. (Whoa, that sounded so Chinese. Lol). Got it for 90 pesos (around $2.00).
It was almost worth carrying its 2kg fat ass in my backpack all afternoon. XD

Look at what I found at Booksale today! :D

The Great Migrations book! I’ve always loved the documentary on this; I even have it on my computer. XD

And it was so freakin cheap, too. (Whoa, that sounded so Chinese. Lol). Got it for 90 pesos (around $2.00).

It was almost worth carrying its 2kg fat ass in my backpack all afternoon. XD

1 year ago
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Chinese Vegan Boy’s Song of the Day

'Fast Car' by Tracy Chapman

Man, I haven’t done one of these audio posts in like a year. Anyway, a close friend of mine introduced me to this amazing woman’s music and I just wanted to share it. I can’t believe I thought she was a he at first. XD

I’ll be posting more of her soon. 

Enjoy!

P.S. I don’t own any rights to this song.

1 year ago
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Water hyacinth I stumbled upon a lake earlier today. 

Water hyacinth I stumbled upon a lake earlier today. 

1 year ago
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An island collared dove taking a sip from a water basin

An island collared dove taking a sip from a water basin

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