Friday, April 27, 2012

Crazy About Nail Polish

...And I'm back. After a few weeks on hiatus, I decided to do an entry due to boredom. And due to someone who cussed me in the comments (which I marked as spam in Disqus immediately) in one of my SmartBro entries.

I don't know what his/her problem was, I'm not even affiliated with Smart. Oh well. Maybe he didn't understand English, since he didn't get that I've had my account disconnected because of unsatisfactory service. I've already blacklisted him.

Anyway, what I really came here for was for these:

Caronia Tahiti Brown and Bobbie Candy Cane (which added the glittery effect on my ring finger)

San San Blush Pink and Bobbie Candy Cane

Bobby Kohl and Bobbie Candy Cane

The past few days I've been cray-cray about nail polish. All of them are actually old nail polish (the Bobbie ones are my sister's LOL), except for the Caronia Tahiti Brown which I bought just last week.

I love the effect Bobbie Candy Cane has done to plain colored nail polish, and my favorite is the one I'm wearing now (3rd photo).

Quick review on the Bobbie nail polishes: Even though these are already a few months old, they haven't thickened yet unlike other nail polishes I know, Plus they dry easily once applied. The brush is too thick for me though. I took longer to clean up than the actual application of the polish. :p

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

The Burger Project

My friends and I met up yesterday to eat at The Burger Project in Maginhawa Street, near Teacher's Village, in Quezon City.

What's special about this newly-renovated burger place is that you can create your own burger and name it as well.

To order, you have to get a form (my friend, Yugs, calls it an "application form") from the cashier and you tick the items you want.

If you're too lazy to concoct your own or don't want to experiment, they also have their own "designer burgers", which I can't list herw because I was too hungry to take a photo of the form.

They also have basic side dishes - fries and onion rings among them - but my friends Jons and Krista attests to the yumminess of their mozzarella sticks. Sadly, those weren't available when we ate there.

Of course, there are also beverages. There's your basic softdrinks, soda float, and their milkshakes. Jons does not recommend the blueberry shake though, because it tastes like ube. We don't like their whipped cream because it tastes a little sour.

The Burger Project also has a special burger every month which they call "Burger of the Month". For April, it's the "Monzztarella Burger".

Sorry I didn't get to take photos. Hehe.

You can find The Burger Project at Maginhawa Street, a few steps near Cha Dao. :)


Update on SmartBro WiMax: I finally got the waiver of pre-termination fee and got it disconnected. Yay!

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