What, you’re majoring now in football?– May Dad’s comment on me spending my free time playing football.
Girl: I ate in (insert name of japanese resto) and it was really good.
Ralph: Yup! Solid doon. What did you order? Did you get the california maki?
Girl: Yeah the one with the toppings?
Ralph: BOOM! Solid!
Girl: *Startled* You scared me.
An Almost Perfect Night
Blazing the streets of metro manila. Club hopping just for the sake of getting seats. Settling for a pub near by, having a beer while gobbling up some fish and chips. Taking over the pubs sound system. Having the ultimate playlist: john mayer, kings of leon, deathcab for cutie, jack johnson, passion pit, agustana and dave matthews. Getting compliments for the playlist. Behaving. Driving home on a...
Pam: Aoo, you're such a fuckin' loser. Nino is just even here because he's napipilitan. He told me a while ago.
Aoo: What?? Dude, is that true??
Me: (Drunk and red all over) I'm blushing because its true... LOLz
Alcohol does wonders…– My intoxicated brain
ZZ Top - Bad To The Bone I miss this song.
A case of multiple electrolyte abnormalities initially addressed as being secondary to GI loss from acute gastroenteritis. The culprit, “fuckphenazine” surfaces in the middle of management leading to a re-evaluation of the therapeutic plan. Turns out anti-psychotic drugs such as this have extrapyramidal side effects which leads to SIADH. Now that would mean water retention, right? and...
Inception Explained →
the smallest detail made all the difference.
It all starts with an idea. Something that comes out while having some milk tea at 11pm at Serenitea, Greenhills. Grand ideas once unleashed into the conscious world is like a fragile child. Being vulnerable to misguidance and abuse, you cherish it and protect it the best way you can. There are many steps before this idea can actually manifest as something solid and tangible. Right now, it feels...
The Rumble Strips - Not The Only Person To all...
Alam mo ba, when I was a student, I did not get any of this (electrolytes)… I...– My Dad, admitting his shortcomings as a medical student back in the day.
I’ve been having some trouble lately analyzing some ABG cases. Goddamn those two beans are whole lot to comprehend. Reaching the point wherein I was starting to doubt what I knew and how I approached things, I decided to ask help from my dad, who claims he has mastered ABG abnormalities from his Burn Division training back in the day. I read to him the case and the pauses for a moment and...
In heaven, all the interesting people are missing.– Nietzsche