"Don’t marry a man unless you would be proud to have a son exactly like him."
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thecutestofthecute:

Big dogs who think they are lap dogs.

knerdy:

Today, a stranger told me that I shouldn’t wear tank tops in public since it’s “in bad taste” if I’m not going to “take care of myself.” 

I’m going to choose to believe that she was just referring to how much muscle mass I’ve gained this year. I mean, look at these guns. They’re not lethal yet, but I can understand her concern - If I don’t take care, they’re likely to chokehold the people who are rude enough to comment on my body.

pugletto:

Omg, so I’m actually not this bad at making screencap redraws or whatever.

Latin@ Lady & the Tramp this time.

tect0nic:

Edge of Hongkong city by Coolbiere A. via 500px.

ih! att jag snart kan bocka av 5 av 7! 

beantz:

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popculturesavvyangel:

charlesoberonn:

teamstarpluskid:

mewchamp:

mewchamp:

"Ew you’re a guy and like the color pink are you gay?"

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I’ve been waiting for this post all my life

Malapascua Island 2013 : A (some kind of) Travel Guide

adellepauline:

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Malapascua is a semi-secluded island located in the most northern part of Cebu, a 5-hour trip from Cebu City. According to my research, the name Malapascua is derived from Spanish words "mal" and "pascua", which means Bad Christmas or Unfortunate Christmas. I read online that during the time of the Spaniards, they landed in the island on a stormy Christmas day and got stuck in there for days, hence the name. Malapascua is known as one of the top diving spots not only in the Philippines, but also worldwide. The island attracts people, especially foreigners because this place is very rich in marine sanctuary.

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pullkicksmash:

Malapascua Island
Thinking of catching summer before it ends? Make all snug with your best swimwear for a paradise island off the northern tip of Cebu is just a few hours away.
GETTING THERE. Malapascua Island is tucked in the southeastern seaboard of the shores of Daanbantayan, it is 4 hours away by bus (Cebu North Bus Terminal at P160-P165) and two hours away by private car. Drop off point is in Maya wharf. From there, take a 30-minute boat ride (P80) to Malapascua Island. Some resorts in the island offer boat ride and pick-up from the city to guests as part of the accommodation package.
FEATURE. Its powdery white sand beaches and crystal clear waters are at par with that of Boracay Island. For years, this island paradise has become a venue of international convergence primarily to those who share the love and passion for underwater life because of its excellent diving spots. It is very accessible to other breathtaking diving spots like Gato Island, Kemod Shoal and Monad Shoal. Apart from being a world-class diving destination, it is also lures tourists both local and foreign guests who seek fun and adventure or just for pure tranquility.
ACCOMODATION. There are a number of lodging options to choose from depending on your budget. Check online for a list of resorts in the island or you can just make your way to the island and pitch a tent.
ONLINE SITES TO CHECK: www.gotomalapascua.com, www.malapascua.net, www.malapascua-diving.com
TRIVIA. Divers from all-over the world visit the island to see the endangered thresher shark and the giant manta rays that can be found around the island’s water.
SUGBO TIP. It is always best to explore on foot but if you want to see more of the island, rent a boat and reconnoiter unto the rock formations that lined the island’s edges especially on the northern seaboard. Just be sure to check weather forecast and take note of the sea tides before visiting the island.
(Published in Sugbo News)
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pullkicksmash:

Malapascua Island

Thinking of catching summer before it ends? Make all snug with your best swimwear for a paradise island off the northern tip of Cebu is just a few hours away.

GETTING THERE. Malapascua Island is tucked in the southeastern seaboard of the shores of Daanbantayan, it is 4 hours away by bus (Cebu North Bus Terminal at P160-P165) and two hours away by private car. Drop off point is in Maya wharf. From there, take a 30-minute boat ride (P80) to Malapascua Island. Some resorts in the island offer boat ride and pick-up from the city to guests as part of the accommodation package.

FEATURE. Its powdery white sand beaches and crystal clear waters are at par with that of Boracay Island. For years, this island paradise has become a venue of international convergence primarily to those who share the love and passion for underwater life because of its excellent diving spots. It is very accessible to other breathtaking diving spots like Gato Island, Kemod Shoal and Monad Shoal. Apart from being a world-class diving destination, it is also lures tourists both local and foreign guests who seek fun and adventure or just for pure tranquility.

ACCOMODATION. There are a number of lodging options to choose from depending on your budget. Check online for a list of resorts in the island or you can just make your way to the island and pitch a tent.

ONLINE SITES TO CHECK: www.gotomalapascua.com, www.malapascua.net, www.malapascua-diving.com

TRIVIA. Divers from all-over the world visit the island to see the endangered thresher shark and the giant manta rays that can be found around the island’s water.

SUGBO TIP. It is always best to explore on foot but if you want to see more of the island, rent a boat and reconnoiter unto the rock formations that lined the island’s edges especially on the northern seaboard. Just be sure to check weather forecast and take note of the sea tides before visiting the island.

(Published in Sugbo News)

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