driving to school this morning i was listening to the radio and was playing "viva la vida" by Coldplay..and so i turned that up and got me in the mood of going to class! HA! anyway when the song was over they announced that this might of been a copyright from a guitarist Joe Satriani in his composition of "If I Could Fly" but Coldplay refuted Joe Satriani's claim and that this is a coincidence... Well geeeez! they are now i believe is a lawsuit. If anything Coldplay's version rocks!!!
i love dressing up and i have fun and cute clothes that i don't seem to wear unless there's an occasion. i feel that the only time i can go all out or go beyond what's in fashion is if there's a special event or if it's freakin' halloween?! so anyway to stop this madness of dressing up, my friend had an idea of having a karaoke night at joe's house and to add to that i suggested that we should all dress up as "harajuku girls" a street fashion in Japan. Not everyone was up for it but my friend nik. well anyway here are some of my inspirations when i put up my lil' harajuku fashion. by the way there are names of different styles in the streets of harajuku. as for my attire i was "gothic lolita or goth loli" there's also "super kawaii-means cute" there's "cosplay-means costume play" and there's the "ganguro-means super tanned with white eyeshadow" and etc...
this picture below inspired me to be a lil more of street chic, not over the top "super goth" kind of thing.
And this photo below is my make up inspiration ;)
photo above is a "gothic lolita" in the streets of Japan.
Gwen and her hollerback girls--going for the goth look!!!
delayed for 8 hours for a Vegas trip...what else can you do but to entertain yourself!
Meet Joe...he thought that i was taking a picture of him, but instead it was a video.
hear him say "are you taking a picture or what "dude", taking hella long" is the funniest and the highlight of this whole trip. this video still cracks me up!
Please ignore my annoying laugh...i couldn't help myself!
"It was all Pacquiao, who put on one of the most impressive displays I've seen in a long time. Pacquiao's hand and foot speed were far too much for De La Hoya, as Pacquiao was consistently able to dart in, nail De La Hoya seemingly at will, and retreat before De La Hoya could catch up with him. And it was Pacquiao, not the taller (but hardly any heavier, surprisingly) De La Hoya, whose punches were more damaging. Pacquiao's smart, disciplined performance was a masterpiece of controlled fury."
proud to be filipino!!!
"Pacquiao won every round, and the HBO team gave him one by two points even though De La Hoya never quite went down. De La Hoya's corner threw in the towel after the eighth, as their fighter was taking serious punishment and it was clear that he had no chance to catch up with Pacquiao, or hurt him if he did."
everyone at home...was screaming and at the same time..praying for pacman!--fun night!!!