A dear friend who regularly watch out and read my blog posts asked if I again ceased on writing and putting entries in this blog. I answered no and not yet. I explained that I cancelled writing about my take on Starbucks’ release of its Christmas holiday cups. I annulled writing about my suggested technique on how to baste a turkey. And I refused to write about my rants of not being able to shop during the 11.11 (Nov 11) online sale.
And though I wanted to praise on how blue looks so good on both the states of Georgia and Pennsylvania after the US American elections, I decided to keep quiet. Reason behind this is because I do not have the gull to write about all these trivial and fun stuffs when my country is experiencing a horrendous devastation brought about by a string of super deadly typhoons.
a huge flood!
I decided to be a little more sensitive towards the agony felt by my country towards the recent devastations brought about by not just 1 but 4 strong typhoons (named Quinta, Rolly, Siony and Ulysses) that hit my country consecutively in a matter of 2 short weeks.
Its sunny and dry now; the floods have started to recede now; and, the winds are gentler now. But there are a lot of cleaning, clearing and fixing that needs to be done. I guess I am a little relax now and can write something again now.
My last 2 posts were about saying thanks. Let this be my 3rd consecutive showing of gratitude then. This time, let me extend my warmest praise and thanks to the rescuers who put their lives on the line in saving the people who got trapped by the big devastating floods brought about by these typhoons.
i love this photo!
Their extra ordinary heroic bravery is truly worth all the praises! Thanks for your bravery. Thanks for your service.
Majority of the present male human specie – young and old – grew up playing with superhero action figures. Every one of these dudes can gleefully recall which among these animated crusaders was their favorite. I am part of the unfortunate, luckless and deprived minority. I never got the chance to play with a mini-Superman, Batman or the Green Lantern.
that’s me! hahaha! had a pretty twisted set of toys yet with awesome childhood
Instead, I can clearly recall that I and my siblings would play with canned goods and variety of grocery items of Nengkoy (my mother) from her pantry storage at the second floor of our house. We enjoyed rolling cans of Hunts pork & beans on the floor with the aim of hitting unopened plastic bottles of Jergens body lotions and Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific shampoos. We find excitement in stacking weighty tins of Spam luncheon meats. And we adored imagining fragrant boxes of Dove and Ivory bath soaps as mini cars.
Miniature sports figures (not the Hulk, Captain America nor other superheroes) would be so infrequent to come by because we would have to wait for the next can of Milo or Ovaltine to finish because the free promotional mini-sports figures are buried somewhere within the cans of these powdered choco drinks.
Don’t get me wrong. I actually had a balanced and awesome childhood. But unfortunately, I could not contribute or share a fun childhood experience when asked which among the superheroes did I grew up having as an action figure.
But now that I am old, people would seem to start contemplating whether they had a cool childhood as I did when I dare answer such question because my reply now would no longer be a boring “none”. It is only lately that I figured out that I actually grew up having a superhero action figure! It’s the supreme crusader in bright red imperial regalia that would beat even the chief, topnotch and paramount superhero a human animator has created. Nowadays – though I did not played with it, I actually prayed to it – my simple answer to this question is the little Santo Niño (translation: the image of The Child Jesus).
My very own Santo Niño in green imperial regalia was gifted to me by my mom more than 25 years ago when I decided to live on my own and be independent.
The most challenging hurdle in the world, I guess, is to raise me as a child and that unthinkable task has been assigned by the heavens to this lady. She’s a lot of things to a lot of people. And she need not be in cape nor costume to be my hero. She is simply the incomparable! Nengkoy who else?
nengkoy unknowingly provided flowers in this tranquil garden. photo from her most recent trip to japan
I’m a bit disappointed when I saw on screen the changes in the Superman costume. He has gone commando (sort of) and no longer wears with those red little briefs. But with or without the red underwear, the Man of Steel will always be my favorite superhero.
But wait. In the midst of giving up the red briefs by the western-made superhero, a new superhero emerges from the other side of the planet. He’s Hentai Kamen. The eastern-made forbidden superhero! He’s not wearing briefs but a pair of panties.
Unlike the old-fashioned and non-sense red briefs of the Superman, the panties for this Japanese superhero, I guess, would be very essential. Why? It is used not to cover his golden balls but to actually conceal his face and his identity.
Watch this and behold the hero of Japan…
Hentai Kamen is no ordinary panty-masked hentai for he is the Hentai of Justice!
I would die and go to heaven in case a movie would be made starring the Man of Steel and Hentai Kamen. Imagine two super powers from the east and west??? This dream of a movie will definitely give the Avengers a run for their money.
Kayanin kaya ng mga cosplayers ang kostyum ni Hentai Kamen???