What the nation wants to hear



MANILA, Philippines — President Benigno Aquino III will face the nation this Monday to report what he and his administration have done over the past year and what he intends to do next.

Malacañang claimed that “most of what the President mentioned last year has come into fruition.”

And in a run-up to his third State of the Nation Address (SONA), Aquino over the past weeks has provided a glimpse of what he is hoping to achieve and of what he has accomplished.

The President noted the country’s 6.4 percent economic growth “surpassed the expectations of most, if not all, analysts”.

“More importantly, this growth has been felt broadly through the economy, and not just by a select few,” he said.

Issues and concerns

The President also cited successes against unemployment and hunger, in the delivery of social services, infrastructure, tourism, and in the impeachment and conviction of then Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona.

“We expect to be self-sufficient in rice by next year, if not, be the exporter of rice by next year,” Aquino said during the “7th North American Ambassadors, Consuls-General and Tourism Directors Tour” held in Manila last July 13.

“We inherited a classroom shortage of 66,000 classrooms which we expect to complete, finishing the backlog, by next year, at the latest by December, hopefully by June, to include the 64,000 teachers that will teach these classrooms,” he added.

By 2015, the President said he hoped to inaugurate the highway connecting the North Luzon and South Luzon Expressways, which would reduce the travel time from Clark, Pampanga, to Calamba, Laguna, by about an hour and 15 minutes.

“There is a proposal also for a new nautical highway which will bring down travel time from Luzon to Mindanao using the nautical highway from the current three days to 15 hours,” Aquino said. ran a five-part series on some of the issues the President promised to act on in his last Sona to find out what his administration has done to address them.

These focused on the P1 billion worth of coffee spent by the previous administration of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (Pagcor), which the President himself exposed in a previous congressional speech, the appointment of retired Supreme Court Associate Justice Conchita Carpio-Morales as the Ombudsman, reforms being undertaken in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), the status of the government’s conditional cash transfer program and on human rights issues that included the proposed compensation for victims under martial law.

More than a week after’s interview with Pagcor chairman Cristino Naguiat Jr., charges were filed against the state-run gaming firm’s former officials, led by then chairman Efraim Genuino, former Pagcor senior vice president and senior managing head of research development department Rene Figueroa, and Carlota Cristi Manalo-Tan, whose firm Promolabels supplied the coffee.

But even before the coffee issue could cool down, the P8.2 million purchase of bottled water by Pagcor boiled over, which Naguiat and the Palace had dismissed as an “isolated case” but an old “practice”.

Aquino’s appointment of a new Ombudsman in the person of Morales and of former Anak Mindanao Representative Mujiv Hataman as acting governor of ARMM were expected to beef up the President’s fight against graft and corruption.

Morales did not disappoint him for as soon as she assumed office, graft charges were filed against former President and now Pampanga Representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

“Well, certainly Mrs. Arroyo is considered a big fish but, corruption does not end there,” presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said.

Hataman has been instituting reforms in the ARMM where massive fraud in the 2007 elections has earned it the tag as the “cheating capital” of the Philippines.

In a tacit admission of the extent of corruption in government, Lacierda said that the President was aware that “much more would have to be done to combat corruption and corruption exists in all levels of the bureaucracy. We need to continuously address issues of corruption in all levels and hence, that’s the reason why we had involved the citizenry.”

Pending bills

Lacierda’s alter ego, Abigail Valte, tried to be more upbeat about the President’s accomplishments over the past year.

“The other, I think, most of you are interested in are the pieces of legislation that the President mentioned last year. We have tracked most–all of them and the ones that have not been passed yet into law (but) are now in advanced stages of legislation,” Valte said during last week’s press briefing in Malacañang.

Valte said the House of Representatives approved 10 to 12 bills, including the passage of the Whistleblowers’ Act and the ‘lifeline” bill, which extends the lifeline rate for electricity consumers for 20 years.

The other bills Valte enumerated were those on higher pay, better working condition and other benefits for household workers; a measure that would improve the system that awards pensions to retired soldiers; expansion of the scope of scholarships for outstanding yet underprivileged students; advancement of universal quality healthcare; responsible management of the environment; and the formation of facilities that will ensure the safety of citizens during times of great need and calamity.

Human rights

What Valte failed to mention, however, was the non-passage of a bill that would have provided compensation to martial law victims, which has continued to disappoint many of the victims including Human Rights Commissioner Loretta Anne Rosales. Rosales spoke about this matter in an interview with

Valte also failed to mention that legislation on reform measures on “sin taxes” and on Freedom of Information remain pending in Congress.

The Palace has also remained mum on allegations by the US State Department and US-based watchdog Human Rights Watch that rights abuses under the Aquino administration were still being committed with “impunity”.

Rosales has expressed frustration over the government’s failure to arrest retired General Jovito Palparan, who has been linked to various cases of rights abuses, the last of which was the alleged kidnapping of two students from the University of the Philippines in 2006.

While the government’s conditional cash transfer program is on target, according to Social Welfare Secretary Corazon “Dinky” Soliman, poverty will continue to be a problem even after Aquino steps down as president in 2016.

Whether Aquino will update the country on these issues in his Sona later on Monday remains to be seen but lawmakers are expecting to hear more.

China, security, economic issues

Led by Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile, legislators want to know about Aquino’s economic direction, his take on security, the Scarborough Shoal standoff and the country’s relations with China, and Charter change.

“I hope he will touch on the economic direction of his administration and the problem of security,” Senate President Juan Ponce-Enrile said during last week’s regular forum in the Senate.

Enrile though warned the President against mentioning the conflict between the Philippines and China over the disputed Scarborough Shoal.

“If I were the President, I wouldn’t touch it in my SONA. That’s a sensitive national security problem,” he said.

“It’s better to not to talk about it. Don’t talk about a problem that your enemy has an interest on…” the Senate leader added.

But Senator Ramon Revilla Jr. wants just the opposite: “I am hoping the President will discuss his plans and policy on how to proceed with our relations with China.”

“He [Aquino] has to be clear on our stand and have concrete plans of action that will address the impending problems involving trade, tourism and national security. This will have a great impact not only on our national territory, but also on our economic relations with China, it being our third largest trading partner.”

Revilla said the President should also discuss how the government would address the power shortage in the county and was expecting him to make another push for the passage of priority legislation like the sin taxes bill and the Freedom of Information Act.

Charter change

The President should likewise make a clear stand, the senator said, on Charter change, which is now being pushed by leaders of Congress.

“We are hearing about a renewed push for Charter change. I hope the President puts this speculation to rest either way,” Revilla said.

Senator Panfilo Lacson said he expected the President to mention Corona’s removal.

“Of course for sure, he will mention judicial reform following the conviction of the chief justice and it’s a first in Philippine history…” said Lacson, one of 20 senators, who found Corona guilty for his failure to disclose to the public his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth (SALN). Only three senators–Joker Arroyo, Miriam Defensor-Santiago and Ferdinand “Bong-Bong” Marcos Jr. –voted to acquit Corona.

The selection process that will determine who the next Chief Justice is is now ongoing, with the Judicial and Bar Council set to start the interview sessions with the candidates this week.

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  • Fulpol

    What the nation wants to hear?

    pero ang kinunan ng opinion, mga politiko at elitista… opinion din ng yellow media.. polpol..

    ano ba ang gustong marinig ng mga kumakain ng pagpag?
    ano ba ang gustong marinig ng mga sundalo, teacher?
    ano ba ang gustong marinig ng mga maliliit na empleyado?
    ano ba ang gustong marinig ng mga ilaw ng tahanan para sa kanilang budget?
    ano ba ang gustong marinig ng mga magsasaka?

    hoy PDI, yaan ang “nation”…at hindi ang “nation” ng politiko, elitista, oligarkiya at yellow zombie.


    … the Devil’s Advocate

    • dgboy

       ang mawala mga tao tulad ni Fulpol

  • boypalaban

    kumusta na si Coronarrovo? ano na?
    kumusta na si Kupalparan? ano na?
    kumusta na si Ampatulian? ano na?
    kumusta na si Genuino Kapre?ano na?
    kumusta na si Gloriaswang, ano na?

    • Fulpol

      kasapi sa nation of yellow zombie…

      kaya yan ang gusto niyang marinig, tungkol kina Arroyo..

      kumusta na si Llamas..
      kumusta na si Torres
      kumusta na si Naguiat
      kumusta na si Carpio
      kumusta na si Villar kasi may coalition ang Liberal at Nationalista


      • boypalaban

        alangan namang banggitin niya ang sisira sa kanya…ok ka lang?

        yung dapat inaasikaso niya o ng mga bataan niya na sinasabi niyang sagabal, wala rin namang nangyayari…sana masaya ka…for the glory of gloriarrovo….ayaw ituluyan ng idol mong si pnoy…hahahahaaha

  • OlafNYC

    What the nation wants to hear is can we be #1 again in Asia before your term is up.
    President Aquino, so far so good, TWO THUMBS UP.

  • John Mason

    What the nation wants to hear? More like “What Maila Ager and a select few VIPs wants to hear”. This is an editorial piece, an opinion, of one. The headline should be “What some people might want to hear”.

  • kilabot

    nothing. nobody wants to hear a broken record refrain.

  • KenKhoy

    /// q uo te ???
    When President Benigno S. Aquino III delivers his third state of the nation address today, he is expected to again lay claim to the crafting of a legacy of new politics and clean governance. But as has been shown in the previous 3 parts of a PCIJ special on the pork barrel funds, old politics and patronage politicking are still very much the norm.
    In the4th part of the PCIJ series on the pork barrel, PCIJ executive director Malou Mangahas looks into yet another political player who has found a way to dip into the pork trough. While the Vice President technically is not entitled to a pork barrel because he is not a member of the legislature, Vice President and, some say, 2016 Presidential hopeful Jejomar Binay has already managed to secure a hefty slice of the pork, which he may use to power his way to Malacanang.

    //// u qu out ????

  • disqus_ZrxaGjUzMQ

    A Russian coastguard vessel on Tuesday fired warning shots at Chinese fishing vessels, then opened targeted fire to stop one trawler that had been fishing for squid in Russia’s far eastern Primorsky region.
    It later detained 36 fishermen and two fishing vessels.
    “China is strongly dissatisfied with Russia’s rough law enforcement and use of military force to seize Chinese fishing boats,” Vice Foreign Minister Cheng Guoping told the acting head of Russia’s mission in Beijing, according to a statement on the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s website.

  • Belekoy

    President Aquino will be shameless before the Filipino nation if he continues to blame the GMA administration on the current ills and problems of the country. A mention of the Corona impeachment is out of the question because the procedure (the impeachment) is part of the redress of a people against an incompetent constitutional authority. What he needs to tell the country is why he has no political will and why there are demolition of houses of Filipinos in his watch and why he keeps silent about it.

    • PaengSaAmerika

      Mas maganda sigurong statement eh: ” Gloria Arroyo et al will be shameful before the Filipino people for the mess they had done for the country”. You probably don’t know the exact definition of ‘political will’. This government is fighting graft and corruption conducted in the past and combatting it for the good of the country’s future.
      How come you don’t get it?

  • Jpb

    ang interes ko lang ay ang malaman kung ano na ginagawa ng gobyerno tungkol sa pagsakop ng mga intsik sa mga isla ng pilipinas. bahala na kayo magtalutalo at magbatikos sa ibang sasabihin nya, wala na bago sa mga yun. mahirap na magising na lang tayo na mga intsik na pala ang nagpapatakbo sa bansang ito….oooppsss lahing intsik pala si PNoy.

  • Guest

    President Noy to deliver Sona Today. Pakinggan muna bago kumontra.

  • Guest

    Buksan ang mata at tenga sa SONA ni Pangulong Aquino. Tama na muna ang kontra.

  • Willy_REV

    Ituloy ang laban sa utak wang-wang sa gobyerno. Walang sasantuhin, walang uurungan.

  • Guest

    A lot to be thankful for this year. More jobs, lesser hunger rate under Aquino government.

  • bahog_itlog

    Isa lang ang gusto kong marinig sa SONA: acquisition of military hardware. 

  • Guest

    Be positive and proactive. Hindi nareresolba ang problema ng bayan sa puro paninira at pamumulitika.

  • Magsasaka

    habang sinasabi ng gobyernong ito na mayroong progreso sa ating ekonomiya sana ipaliwanag sa sona kung bakit nagtaas ng kuryente noong mayo, hunyo at ngayong hulyo para naman hindi isipin ng nakararami na nagbabayad sya ng utang na loob sa mga lopezes

  • Belekoy

    Two character symbols are currently shaping up in Philippine politics. One is Juang Tamad; the other one promises to be the Joan of Arc of the nation…

  • Guest

    Fight vs corruption is not over. Weed out all Gloria and Corona clones in government.

  • yatot

    S – state
    O – of the
    N – Noynoying
    A – Abnoy

    • regd

      Y  =  Your
      A  =  Abnoy 
      T  =  Tirade 
      O =   Overstretch
      T  =   Terribly

      • yatot

        R – Regular
        E – Engot
        G – Going
        D – Down

  • kulittwit

    Unstoppable positive vibes is overpowering the negativity even of the paid P-Noy critics. Whatever they say dont mean anything. Alam naman ng taong bayan na natural lang na may mga kritiko na laging nag iingay.

    Godspeed P-Noy.

  • Alajero

    …it’s now clear that AQUINO have not done much….the SONA is mostly about things that he still  need to do…
    ….yes….one year wasted….nothing completed…
    ….well…he spend one year running after perceive enemies…GMA and the xCJ Corona…
    …after this personal issues…the country hopes…he can focus on the more pressing problems of the country…

    • JK1000

      Ikaw, anong nagwa mo para sa Bayan ?

      • Alajero

        …that’s not a fair question…i was not elected president…you would not have to ask if I was…

    • Pyrite C

      I’d rather root for a leader to takes the fight against corruption as part of his “personal issues”.

      Rather than an elected official who thinks corruption is just normal and won’t lift a finger to change that.

      • Alajero

        …pyrite…you can say that…because you don’t know the difference between a good president…and a so so…
        …because…sadly this country have not had one for quite long time….

  • Guest

    Mawawala ang corruption sa DILG kung tatanggalin si Robredo, ang ugat ng problema.

    • popeyee

      Pork barrel dapat ang tanggalin…

      • frudo

        eh kung maging comunista nalang ang Pinas sure ba tyo na walang magugutom na Pilipino?

      • popeyee

        Bakit kung tatanggalin ba ang pork barrel na pinagmumulan ng corruption ay magiging kumunista na ang pilipinas? Baka naman congressman ka kaya ayaw mong mawala ang pork barrel?

        Pero kung maging kumunista tayo sure mawawala ang mga politiko natin dahil sa kanila parusang bitay ang iginagawad sa mga corrupt..

      • frudo

        tinatanong ko lang nman kung ano ba talga the best na sistema para sa ating bansa, communista ba or demokrasya?

      • frudo

        ok at kung maging kumunista ang Pinas sino mga mamumuno sure ka ba na yun mga bagong Pinuno ng kumunistang Pinas ay hindi mangungurap or magnanakaw? malalaman mo pa ba?

  • Guest

    Cheer up. It’s not all bad in the Phils — high economic growth, lesser corruption and crimes.

    • James


      • Pyrite C

        Kahit sa Estatos Unidos, ang mga tinatawag nilang “bag people” ay kumakain din ng mga discarded na pagkain.

      • marionics

        yup na feature nga din yan sa TLC e

      • popeyee

        So ok lang na mayroon tayo nyan dito? 

      • rem_rod

         Its all over the world, come on….

      • dgboy

         eh d bigyan mo ng makakain

      • magiting78

         Masyado ka naman, mas mainam naman ang buhay ng mga pilipino, compare sa mga bansa sa Africa at ibang bahagi ng india. Problema lang sa mga kababayan natin masyadong umaasa sa tulong ng pamahalaan ayaw kumilos para mabuhay, ang lawak ng lupain ng pilipinas para tamanan nandun sila sa lunsod nakikipag siksikan.
         Daig pa nga yung mga nasalunsod ng mga anak ng magsasaka, yung iba may loptop na at may celphone pero yung mga squatter sa lunsod walang celphone.
         Yung mga magsasaka punta lang sa likod bahay nila may gulay na sila, yung mga squatter sa lunsod kailangan mag halukay ng basura para may makain.
         Tanong, sa dalawang uring tao na ito nakanino ang problema? nasa pamahalaan ba? Kahit sino ang maupo dyn walang mababago sa buhay nila, kung hnd nila tutulungan mga sarili nila.

      • popeyee

        Nasasabi mo yan dahil sa wala ka sa katayuan ng mga magsasaka. Ang magsasakang tumayaman ay yong mga nagmamayari ng ikta-iktaryang lupain. Pero yong nakiki-bungkal lang ng lupa ng may lupa anong aasahan nila sa mahal ng mga pataba, insecticide at sa ganid na negosyanteng nag dedekta kung magkano lang ibabayad sa mga produktong ibinibenta ng mga magsasaka.

      • magiting78

        Hindi kaibigan ako ay isang anak ng magbubukid wala kami sariling lupain, nakikibungkal din lang kami ng lupa at nakiki kopra sa bikol subalit sa pag sisikap ng magulang ko na pagtapos nila ako ng pag aaral.
         Malawak ang kabundukan na pwd pag tamnan, bgamat may suliranin s mga kakaliwang grupo nakakaaraos kami, tulong tulong kami sa taniman, sa panahon nag gapasan ng palay nakikigapas kami, hnd nanamin binibili ang bigas namin at kami na rin ang bumabayo nito para maging bigas.
         Ngaun hnd ko man masasabing maunlad na kao subalit mas magaan na kumpara nun.
        Kaya sa aking pananaw wala sa pamahalaan ang ikauunlad ng bawat isa kundi na sasarili nating pag pupunyagi.
        Ngaun dito ko sa ibang bayan, bagamat malayo sa Pamilya, malungkot subalit natutustusan ko ang kanilang pangangailangan ng hnd umaasa sa tulong mula sa pamahalaan. Dahil kung mag hihintay lamang tau ng tulong mula sa kanila wala taung pahihinatnan.
        Kaya nasa atin parin nakasalalay ang ikauunlad ng ating pamumuhay.

      • Nagagalitna

        to James,
        Don’t worry Bro kasi ang mga taga ibang bansa hindi katulad mo ang kukuti na imbis tumulong sa kapwa ay manlait pa…Iba ang kinalakhan nila Bro kaya kami d2 sa ibang bansa hindi namin ikinahiya na Pinoy kami at alam namin sa pamumuno ni P-Noy may patutunguhan na maayos ang bansa natin.

      • frudo

        buti nga kahit pagpag at least may nakakain pa punta ka ng africa walang makain ibang mga tao dun hangang mamatay nalang , pero nahihiya ba sila na or ikinahihiya ba sila dahil wala silang makain, diba dapat kaawaan sila, ang dapat ikahiya ay ang mga magnanakaw sa gobyerno, mga negosyate at mga mayayaman na hindi nagpapasweldo ng tama or di nagbabayad ng sapat na buwis, mga taong sa imbis tumulong para umunlad ang bansa ay sila pa ang humihila para ibaksak ito, sila ang dapat mong ikahiya, hindi ang mga taong gutom, dont worry james pag labas mo sa condo mo sa ibang bansa, di nman lahat ng tao ganun ang tingin sa lahat ng Pinoy dahil may mga Pilipino pa rin na patuloy na gumagawa ng ikaaangat ng lahing Pinoy, 

  • Guest

    Let’s listen to SONA before hurling criticisms vs PNOY. Fair lang.

  • JK1000

    Huwag na lang bigyan pansin ang mga dating magnanakaw na ngayon ay kumakalampag dahil hindi na sila makapagnakaw dahil nandiyan na si PNoy. kaya ngayon ay sila ay walang tigil ang kanilang bibig na DADA ng DADA . Gusto na naman nilang bumalik sa Palacio para magnakaw na naman parang mga asong gutom.

    • popeyee

      Kasama kana sa dada ng dada. Paano mo nasabing mga magnanakaw kung ni isa walang nako-convict? Ang tingnan mo ay yong pork barrel na hanggang ngayon ay sanhi ng corruption…

  • Luke Nathen Cantada

    Sana hindi na maulit ang bangungot na termino ni Gloria Arroyo. Sawa na kami sa matinding corruption.

  • Kristoffer Atienza

    What corruption cannot do for a beaming country like The Philippines. Mabuhay ang Sambayanang Pilipino!

  • Guest

    Kudos to President Aquino for fighting corruption in govt. Cant stomach officials stealing public

  • Leon_Kap

    PNOY to deliver SONA Today. Tama na muna ang batuhan ng putik.

  • Beguine

    We hope the SONA speech will be realistic and not self-congratulatory,
    particularly concerning the successful impeachment of Renato Corona. 

    Because let’s face it, PNoy’s government is all talk and not much
    action and achievement to date. Even the jailing in a regular jail 
    and sentencing of Gloria Arroyo for any of her numerous big-time
    crimes with husband Mike Arroyo is dragging like anything. 

    Spokepersons Lacierda and Valte are not worth listening to at all,
    since both are so full of hot air and nothing else. 

  • joereyes

    Gusto ko ring marinig kung ano ang gagawin ni PNoy para maisaayos ang kalagayan ng State Universities dito sa bansa. Habang tumatagal bumababa ang kalidad ng edukasyon sa bansa. Isama mo na ang bumababang budget para sa mga universities na ito

  • Jon

     What the nation wants to hear…

    “Effective today, I am resigning my post as President of the Republic of the Philippines…”

  • regd

    I want to hear if we are still inside the matrix. And where is the red pill?

    • marionics

      so what are you saying? we’re still in the matrix (a computer-generated idyllic reality which will keep us satisfied and content by out totalitarian enslavers)? or out of the matrix (the real world which is a real hellhole of a place)?

      • regd


      • marionics

        aaaah, so we are in an idyllic hellhole. ayos! he he

  • yatot

    S – state
    O – of the
    N – Noynoying
    A – Abnoy

  • Euandros

    Mas mabuting makinig sa SONA kaysa kumontra agad kahit minsan sa isang taon.

  • marionics

    he heeee uuuy sabay sabay sila dumating o hahaha

  • yatot

    S – Satsat
    O – of the
    N – Noynoying
    A – Abnoy 

  • Guest

    Malaki ang pinagbago ng bansa –mas malakas na ekonomiya, mas kakaunti ang tiwali sa gobyerno.

  • dongvee

    2013 is fast approaching. We’ll see what this showbiz admin of Pnoy will do to delude further the ever widening group of hungry pinoy stomachs that will surely happen when the great U.S.-led world economic meltdown that would pale what happened in 2008 that also started in the U.S.will finally reach our shores. Our beloved Pinas was largely able to fend off the ill effects of that 2008 financial crisis since domestic activities were able to pick up the slacks in outside demands. Next year (2013), with practically no real domestic activities to lean on – not even one of his much vaunted 200 or so public-private partnership projects having really jump started yet – it beats me to think how could we ever expect to survive in this upcoming onslaught of world economic turmoil.

  • arman_singson

    Sana tuloy tuloy na pag-angat ng bansa. Walang kokontra!

    • regd

      Imposible. Di na demokrasya kung ganun. Kailangan din na may check & balance. This is how we grow.

    • yatot

      utot mo day

  • Cal_Reznick

    I think the nation just wants to see ACTION now after 2 years. We’ve been HEARING enough, ever since the inauguration address. And please no more fpgma this and fpgma that. She’s in jail, albeit suspicious circumstances with all these weak cases, so you can’t blame her for all the current problems that this current Administration is neglecting.

  • Nagagalitna

    Mga BRO…ang problema ng Bansa natin ay cancer na…panahon pa ni Marcos lugmok na tayo…so ANO ineexpect nyo…in two years kaya lahat ni P-Noy linisin para makontento kayo?

    Maginsing naman kayo sa katutuhanan hindi puro reklamo. For me kahit paano naging visible na tayo sa buong mundo na naging maayos na ang bansa natin kahit paano kaya pwde ba wag nyo piliting hilain ulit pababa.

    Kahit saan bansa may nag hihirap Okay! Kaya wag na kayong talak ng talak at mag reklamo kasi hindi pa tapos ang laban nag uumpisa pa lang tayo.

    • frudo

      kahit sinong pa maging presidente ng Pinas, khit yung  pinakamagaling pa, magtrabaho or hindi, di parin yan papasa sa kanila kasi nga iba ang gusto nilang leader kaya wag na kyo magtaka…

    • lex

      panahon ni marcos nag export na tayo! ngayon ano? at wag mo kaming tawagin bro dahil wala ako kapatid na bobo!

  • yatot

    Pansinin nyo kapag nagsasalita si Panot parang hindi pantay baba nya. yung mata nya parang malalaglag. Tumatalsik ang laway at ngiting aso. hehe. parang matandang shoke. kapag nagsalita akala mo lalaking lalaki pero ang laman naman ng mga talumpati nya pang tralala. dekorasyon lang kulang sa angas.. hehe 

  • kalikasanipagtanggol

    Bakit sa tamis ng dila ni pnoy ay hanggang ngayon wala pa rin siya asawa……

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