Every weekend, Indolent Indio comes out with a short and hastily-done roundup of things weâ€™ve found on the Internet (pinoy chapter, of course.)
Quality, quantity and content may vary.
Group pickets outside Belo Medical Group clinic over botched butt job.
Free as in speech: Actual cost of that “free” iPhone from Globe Telecoms could reach up to P119,976.
Our Awesome Planet seeks out the origin of Lechon Bread: bread in the shape of a roast pig (but still bread.)
Sort of related: a defunct blog reminisces on Orange Swits.
Elsewhere in fun food, chipper cupcakes. Fist-sized orgasms for your mouth.
Batang Baler mourns the commodification of Baler, Aurora in the form of “pirated” inauthentic statement shirts: “If you buy this shirt, youâ€™re probably gay and not from Baler.”
Japanese fast-food joint Teriyaki Boy talks down to Chicken Mafia’s Joyful Chicken: “Puro hilaw po yun. Okey lang?” (“It’s all raw. Is that okay?”)
(On a personal note, my girlfriend and I have shunned TB after their Gateway branch poisoned us with bad sushi.)
Blatant mining of the ’90s gangster in an Impala trope aside, this video by Dcoy feat.Artstrong & Luke Mejares is, as they say, hella tight. Uh…
The Siege Malvar’s How To Put Make Up on Dead People. Big Band and blush-on. God…damn. Not sure if trap.
Humanap ka ng Pundit: Joey De Venecia calls House Speaker Prospero Nograles a “leadership totally out of touch with the will of the people.” Because, you know, his dad was never the president’s lackey.