75 Learnings from the Blogs

I was gonna do 100 but I got lazy to link 25 more people. Anyway there’s been a lot of year enders and blog lists this past week so I thought I’d do semi-kinda-all-of-them in one post. Yay! Seventy five lessons I learned from the blogs. Happy New Year to everyone.. pramis, magbabago na ko after this =P

74. AJ Matela
Lesson: If men are from Mars and women are from Venus, what are they still doing on Earth.

73. BryanBoy
Lesson: Nothing’s so cool as to have one of the best Philippine blogs owned by someone who can handle the fame. Lolz!

72. Iskoo
Lesson: There are no rules to making good photographs, there are only good photographs!

71. Kironobu-kun
Lesson: Canadian schools must be tough for one to drop blogging.

70. The Dork Factor
Lesson: One has to be really confident about his sexuality to talk about it so skankily.

69. Q the Quixotic Conqueror
Lesson: Love knows no out-of-bounds.

68. Mike Villar
Lesson: Dont be a blog of lists (..err ..did anyone say list?)

67. Pogispotting
Lesson: Who says you cannot publish pictures without consent.

66. Poyt
Lesson: The Spice Girls weren’t so bad.

65. Maika (not blogging anymore)
Lesson: When you see an article talking about crushes. Comment on it with the name of the crush and link it back to your site. It’s a sweet prank, I tell you.

64. Gyk
Lesson: Bob Ong rocks!

63. Jokway
Lesson: Pinoy video blogging doesn’t always have to be slapstick..

62. Jake the Miserable
Lesson: The Grand essentials of happiness are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.

61. BoyBastos.com
Lesson: Politics ruins everything!

60. Chuva of the Chenes
Lesson: Swardspeak is a brewing language in the Philippines, and there’s nothing wrong with it.

59. Blogbastic
Lesson: I heart memes. 😛

58. Jester in Exile
Lesson: Anarchy is the only slight glimmer of hope…

57. Lenggai
Lesson: Sleep is good. All the time.

56. Carlo Vergara
Lesson: Art is a language.

55. Frances Doplon
Lesson: Focus 90% of your time on solutions and only 10% of your time on problems.

54. Noemi Dado
Lesson: I do not understand women. All I know is that I should listen to them.

53. Jayvee Fernandez
Lesson: Humility is an admirable trait not too many people find.

52. Avid Liongoren
Lesson: Never expect.

51. Bianca Gonzales
Lesson: Write an open letter to God. Hihi.

50. KC Concepcion
Lesson: Fame can wait.

49. Yatot Chronicles
Lesson: Green was in!

48. Chuckie D
Lesson: Let all your actions, though they are not those of a king, be, in their own sphere, worthy of one.

47. Instant Pakulo
Lesson: Cockroaches make good pets; they’re not noisy and they feed for themselves. (Coman, kung nasan ka man.. ipinagbubunyi ka namin!)

46. Kantuterong Atenista
Lesson: Ateneans, though they know alot about literature, must’ve missed the lesson on sarcasm.

45. Cofibean
Lesson: Make poverty history (he prefers genocide though.. you know, killing all the poor. I do not agree with that)

44. SkyeLau
Lesson: When you rant.. RANT!

43. Talamasca
Lesson: Moses lingered in the desert for 3 generations. Gandhi starved himself for peace. The Wright Brothers wanted to fly. Indeed, great people had some sort of mental retardation. Lolz!

42. Dana
Lesson: Where arrogance does not thrive, men can.

41. Arbet
Lesson: Dissent – Action = Consent.

40. Cliff
Lesson: Writing talent must be genetic.

39. Shari
Lesson: Where there is a difference in opinion, explore the opinion rather than the difference.

38. *Bord*(lost in limbo)
Lesson: A technical objection is the first refuge of a scoundrel.

37. Carl Ocab
Lesson: Honor thy Father and Mother!

36. Carl Ocab’s Dad (not a blogger.. i think)
Lesson: Marketing is a craft.

35. Ate Ria
Lesson: Call it like you see it.

34. AnnaManila
Lesson: A life of meaning entails enthusiasm.

33. Chocomanik
Lesson: It is hard to chase a butterfly. Literally.

32. Kubiyat
Lesson: Literature is a painting of words few could create.

31. Doc Tess
Lesson: To err is human, To love.. still human! =P

30. Dan Hellbound
Lesson: RAWR!

29. Billycoy
Lesson: Always keep an open mind

28. AgentGrey
Lesson: ..and a compassionate heart.

27. Fritzified
Lesson: That which is cool can never be understood.

26. Happyslip
Lesson: The Filipino family is a beautiful disasturrrr

25. Utakgago
Lesson: ‘Comfort zone’ is hard to define.

24. Juice
Lesson: Chill

23. Pinoyblogero
Lesson: Talented people do not resort to false marketing, like say, being 13 forever.

22. Andrew de la Serna
Lesson: Respect begets.

21. Jessica Zafra
Lesson: Eccentricity is an artist’s trait. Wear glasses and get a cat! Meow..

20. The Vegan Prince
Lesson: Love animals.. eat plants

19. MLQIII (and his blogs’ comments)
Lesson: Like 1st grade science, a discussion on Philippine politics entails alot of observations and inferences.

18. RamblingVirus
Lesson: Yoda-talk, plausible, when, abstractness, you speak.

17. Harsh Poetic Chaos
Lesson: Say today, shrug tomorrow.

16. ZeroVoltage
Lesson: Like a Saturday night, I will come and go.

15. Jehzeel Laurente
Lesson: Natututunan naman lahat yan.. Waaaaaaaaa

14. BatangYagit
Lesson: God sends…

13. Heneroso Bistokya (does not blog anymore)
Lesson: Everything has an end.

12. Rens “Fucking” Sese
Lesson: Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end

11. Janette Toral
Lesson: Win through actions, never through argument.

10. Gibbs Cadiz
Lesson: Behave.

9. Xienah
Lesson: Makulay ang buhay ..sa sinabawang gulay

8. A Gypsy Heaven
Lesson: In Britain, the second floor is the first floor. The first floor is the ground floor.

7. Greenpinoy
Lesson: Best is humor directed to oneself.. or the president.

6. Pat Sessions
Lessons: There’s a reason why a Philippine version of the ACLU should be put up. MLQIII.. whatchutink?

5. Rheytarded (does not blog anymore)
Lesson: Meaningful conversations don’t always have to be smart

4. Andianka
Lesson: People say Mariam Santiago is crazy. Not true.

3. FruityOaty
Lesson: Use absence to increase honor

2. ChickenMafia
Lesson: Like love, the toilet bowl is a social equalizer.

1. Gagopolis (the most unforgettable thing I learned this year)
Lesson: Sa Numerology, importante ang numbers.

Lastly, to Malu Fernandez. May you have more flights and Jo Malones this year. Cheers to a Happier 2008! =P

43 thoughts on “75 Learnings from the Blogs

  1. WOW, I’m HONORED to be #3 in your list. I love this list and I’m fond of many of the names in it.

    I’m counting down the New Year… Yeah, it’s 11:25 PM here in Toronto and not 2008 yet. LOL, I should be partying it up with the others and yet I’m here checking my e-mail and blog, haha! SAD! BAD!

    BTW, I wanted to surprise you but I’m spilling it now… I’m trying to write 2-part 2007 reflections thing. Part 1 is where I give khoops.com a little PR love (to help you with your member goal). HINT: 500+ linked people (BWAHAHA, evil laugh). It’s my 2,101th comment milestone thingy where I summarize the names of everyone who has commented on my site. (Taking a bit of time, this list.)

    Yes, I read your comment on Kubi’s post – RE: linkbaiting me. Hehe.

    Peace and respect,
    Massa P

  2. This is a welcome surprise, Paolo! Thanks for including me in your list!

    Mukhang dapat ko atang tinuan ‘yung mga sinusulat ko sa personal blog ko ah, ang kinakarir ko lang kasi eh yung pinay brodkaster… Haha!

    Still, I hope to hear more from you, is it ok if I link your blog?

    Yes? Tnx! 😉

    Hapi 2008!

  3. uy, no. 10! haha, salamat. though i must sound like a strict teacher with your ‘behave.’ agree with coy–jehzeel’s is funny! happy new year, pao! 🙂

  4. wahahhahha.. green was in! hahhahhaa… yeah! but not anymore… cgur.. dapat… change is everything! nyahahhahaha! thanks for including me in the list… hehehe 😛

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  6. whehehehe! I do love memes! I DO! I DO! I do love memes! I DO! I DO! (does this remind you of Peter Pan??!!) 🙂 Happy New Year Paolo! 😛

  7. Wow! Natuwa naman ako at may natutunan ka sa akin (actually, sa prof ko). Hehe!

    At the same time e medyo guilty rin ako dahil hindi na ako nakakapag-update at bloghop madalas! Time management. Hehe!

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  9. This is what I get for not blogsurfing that much anymore…

    Did you make sadya (how konyong atenista) that I’m Number 69?!

    I absolutely love that number!!! NIyahahahahaha.

    ANd yes, Love knows no out-of-bounds. Chrissie, Chrissie, Chrissie. *cue evil laugh*

  10. This list must have taken some doing. Bravo. You’re linked to 75 bloggers? Wow

    Delighted to know you learned enthusiasm from this dullard. What do i always say? fake it fake it till you make it. 🙂

    All best for 2008 and beyond, Paolo.

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