👋 Oi, mga repapips, Brian Dys here! I love music, photography, and creative stuff like UX design and art. This is a place where I collect my thoughts and works. Apart all these, I’m Jaycelle’s better half and Bryce’s dad. 🥰
Here’s a photo of Wild River Disco taken on April 27, 2011.
Location of Wild River Disco, EDSA, Pasay City
Recent news on Wild River Disco
Anti-human trafficking agents of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) have rescued 16 girls, four of them minors, in a popular Pasay City disco bar known for its lewd shows recently.
Friday night–a badly-needed chillax sent us to Cubao Expo. Had dinner at Alan’s Grill and dessert at Sweet Ecstasy.
Mamachari are bicycles from Japan. They are made for riding around the city and are designed to be practical for things like riding to work, doing the shopping, taking the kids to nursery etc. Everyone’s got a mamachari in Japan. Literally everyone. To say that they are ubiquitous is an understatement. Mamachari are everywhere and are ridden by everyone – old/young, female/male, students, salary men (businessman), mothers, grandmothers and fathers.What Is a Mamachari?
- Bought from Sally of Pamarang Trading in Magallanes at around ₱2,500
- She called it “cherry” bike
What’s really efficient–getting stuck in traffic on a short route or going through the long intestinal insides of the city?
That yummy taste when you’ve got a buy 1 take 1 cheeseburger deal? Yes, it’s the same banana peel that gets a comedy laugh when you slip because of it.
Morning people notice this–shirtless men walking on the streets to buy gel or something and women carrying towels also walking on the streets.
I’ve learned to play the guitar practicing the song, “Line to Heaven” by Introvoys. It’s a very easy D-A-G-A said my cousin.
Remember that time when all you need is water from the tap? Then a corpse got stuck in one of Manila Water’s pipelines.
Once, I’ve used Ajax bar soap on my skin because I took a bath at the laundry area.
Just like roses, rice have come to us in different colors.
When we were kids, the best stage we’d really like balloons taken home by mom from parties was when they’re already hovering mid-air.
Some people, they do not learn the meaning of life–they realize it. I, on the other hand, realized the meaning of couch potato during my six-month stay in our house which turned into my parent’s house after graduation. I was being rooted to the couch sleeping at 4 AM and waking up for lunch.
I was told once to never trust anyone with the name Ricky or Randy.
What does hair on your head mean to you? Definitely, hair (facial or wherever) – its meaning varies from culture to culture. I would not try to explore deeply the Filipino culture but my own (and maybe yours, my good reader).
This is the first hair on my head out of my mother’s womb:
Nobody could say, “I styled that hair” but nature itself. Until we’re one. Hair begins to grow into our eyes and onto our food. So mom and grandma morph into instant beauticians and take the bowl out of the kitchen to stencil our unadulterated hair to works of art.
What do you remember about your first hairstyle/cut?
Working from home? Start your day by taking a bath and dressing up. Briefs, pants, and a nice comfy shirt. And don’t forget to wear your bracelet or watch or anything you wear when going out that door.
This will definitely boost up your productivity and you will feel bad you dressed up for nothing (if you only slacked around).
Nagtatrabaho mula sa bahay? Simulan ang araw mo sa pamamagitan ng paglibo at pagbihis. Jaki, pantalon, at isang matino’t komportableng damit. At huwag kalimutan magsuot ng purselas o relos o kahit anong sinusuot mo kapag lumalabas ka sa pinto na ‘yan.
Ito ay magpapa-turbo ng pagiging masipag mo at sasama ang pakiramdam mo kung nagbihis ka lang para sa wala (kung hihilata ka lang).