TMI Tuesday #36

  1. What is the rudest thing you have ever done?

Once, I laugh maniacally at a guy who despite having a fully developed upper body, have chopsticks for legs (guys, do not skip leg days). Not my classiest moment and I am not proud of it.

  1. What do you like more being a leader or a follower? Why?

Both. I think there are situations that demand you to step up, and situations that require you to step down. It all depends on what was asked for the greater good.

  1. If you are single, what do you miss most about being a couple? If you are in a relationship, what do you miss most about being single?

Nothing, I have a saying that if one cannot manage how to be single, then they have no business to be in a relationship.  To be honest, I try not to look back on anything. It seems useless and I’d rather think that I am exactly where I wanted to be.

  1. If you could hack into any computer whose computer would you hack?

Anyone, I am fascinated with secrets. Not that I’m going to use it against them, but it’s rather intimate to know somebody on that level. Nothing predatory or manipulative, just knowing that other people are just humans who have their interest and vices to hide.

  1. If you could shop for free at one store (brick ‘n’ mortar, not online), what store would it be?

A hard one, but I think I will go with The Gap or Uniqlo or any shop that offers basic wardrobe essentials. I will stock up on the basics and spend the money I save for good shoes and other stuff.

Bonus: What is the biggest favor a friend has done for you? Do you feel you must return the favor?

I consider their company a big favor and try to be there for them when they needed me.


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    1. I totally agree, loyalty is the paramount of leadership. It someone is a good leader, then some will have no problem being a follower.
      Cheers hmaxwell! =)

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  1. I’m definitely a leader. Cannot abide by following directions 😂
    I’d shop at a shoe store tbh. They’re so expensive, so, why not?

    And awww awesome answer for the bonus question 😊

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    1. Honestly, one of the qualifications of a great leader is that he is a good follower. Otherwise, there is no weight in any of his decisions as a leader.

      As for the shoe store, I’d like to my shoes to have value and meaning to it. They are not simply shoes for me. So I’d rather work hard and earn the money to buy quality shoes.

      And thank you! My friends are everything to me.

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      1. That is very true. It does apply to real life as well. My friends and I (we’re 7) never follow eachother around but never lead either.

        That seems fascinating. Is there a story for the infutation and passion in shoes?

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      2. Story of shoes… hmmm let me think.

        A pair of shoes are the first thing that I’ve ever bought myself as a man. I guess it just sticks with me. I pass my time and relax cleaning my shoes. I find it so relaxing that I made an entire post just about it.

        I really don’t know. I guess shoes are a great indicator of maturity on a man.

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    1. A tough one…

      Socks with sandals or flipflops

      Atheletic sock with non athletic attire

      Demin shirt with demin jeans, especially when they have s same wash and color. Really cool when youre in an 80’s punk or metal band, but besides that…

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    1. Hi atra, thanks for chiming in!

      Sometimes, I can’t be helped. In my case, I did it intentionally. When I think about it now, it’s not really my classiest moment. 😅

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    1. Yes, I value much that even when I’m at the short end of the stick. I’d still consider my friendship with someone =)

      Ah yes! When you’re from south east asia, you gotta love Uniqlo. Sizing is great, compared to western brands.

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      1. Yep! South East Asian Gang! Speaking of asians, I recently watched Alway be My Maybe on Netflix and had a blast. I’m not a fan of romcoms, but they captured asian family values. I was laughing ass off with the recurring joke of stingy parents! It Reminded me of my granma (god bless her)! =)

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      2. i just watched that too! with my second girl and we laughed so much, yes could totally identify with the Asian mentality. it was a good movie on values and being brave

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      3. Yes, I agree. I even thought about if ever I get to be guy’s shoe. I’d drop everything in a heartbeat, and take care of the remaining parent. Lovers can be replaced, friends can be replaced, But parents, and children – they’re irreplaceable.

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      4. i liked the way the parents also tried to make up for their absence in her life. Asian parents had to work really hard back in the day there. yeah true, family is forever

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      5. I agree and I could definitely could related. You could say that I spent my adolesence without my mom and dad. Before, my parents are just market vendors then they got an opportunity to work in the US. They spent 15 years to fligth to flight until they finally settled back here in the Philippines.

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