The Style Mermaid by Kisty Mea

Blogger Date 100511

Last Wednesday, me and my blogger friends had a movie date as a going-away celebration. Before we we went to the movie, we all went to Timezone to try out “Snapshot!”, a photo booth that cost PHP35 per print. Plus, you can design the print and upload it on Facebook. 

These are some of the photos from our date. Expect more photos on their blog. :)

Jessa of http://jessaisasupergirl.tumblr.com

With Anna of So Stellar/Look, Find, Free

Cariza and I designing our prints. 

Charlene and Dianne's print.

We’ve decided to watch What’s Your Number, a romantic comedy movie starring Anna Faris and Chris Evans. :) Was the movie any good? Was it funny? Was Chris Evans hot? Well, we all know the answer to the last question but if you want to know if it’s worth your money, read my review here. :)

To these girls, thank you so much. I love you all and I hope to see you soon! Thank you for this wonderful day. :) 

Eat Bulaga! | 092911

As you may all know, I went to Broadway Centrum a few weeks ago to watch Eat Bulaga! live. Eat Bulaga! is the longest running noontime show in the Philippines and is currently broadcasted under GMA 7. Mom invited me to go and since I didn’t have anything productive to do on that fine afternoon, I agreed to go. 

Call time was two hours before the show and in-between breaks, Norman and Negra (photo below) was there to guide and entertain us.

Five hours with no food or water. I could go out the studio and eat but I don’t want to do so because someone will accompany me, missing out the whole purpose of watching the show live. 

Prior to the show, the crew gave us a briefing in case of emergencies. I think it was really thoughtful of them to give pointers like these, since we’ll never know when calamities strike. 

That famous Sexbomb dancer… I forgot who she is.

… Big butts don’t lie.

Pinoy Henyo with Joey De Leon and Vic Sotto. 

Moving on, the show was alright. It was fun but I was a bit disappointed that none of the celebrities interacted with any of the audience during the break. I supposed that’s normal but it would be really nice if celebrities, since they’re a public figure and all, would be more approachable during live shows especially to those who visited for the very first time, like the balikbayans. I do hope I don’t get sued for this or whatever. 

In love with Pia Guanio’s dress. 

The Style Mermaid | Kisty Mea • Shop Now @ Multiply.com
Remember, Multiply? :) I’m sure you do. Back then, that site was my sanctuary of thoughts and memories… and my source of random online shopping!!! :) 
Filipinos are very creative people. Even though it was a breach of the terms and conditions, they used Multiply as a bustling marketplace for everything — clothes, make-up, quirky finds and gadgets. But due to the huge drop of users back in 2007, the team behind Multiply had to sit down and analyze the next step. Now, they’re back again with a new platform. I’m proud to introduce to you the Multiply Marketplace! 
Two Sundays ago, I was invited by Azrael to attend a conference with other bloggers and collectors. In the conference, Multiply and other speakers gave several tips on how to set-up an online business and how to use the new Multiply Marketplace. With the new platform, you can now purchase your items with different payment methods: BPI, BDO, G-cash, Paypal and credit cards. Not to mention, Multiply will serve as a mediator between the buyers and sellers. This kind of move is quite impressive since it will lessen the possibility of scammers and bogus buyers. 
If you’re interested in buying something at Multiply, feel free to read David Guison’s guide. I’m still choosing which to buy though but wow, I’m drooling at those pretty vintage finds I just saw. 

Shop Now @ Multiply.com

Remember, Multiply? :) I’m sure you do. Back then, that site was my sanctuary of thoughts and memories… and my source of random online shopping!!! :) 

Filipinos are very creative people. Even though it was a breach of the terms and conditions, they used Multiply as a bustling marketplace for everything — clothes, make-up, quirky finds and gadgets. But due to the huge drop of users back in 2007, the team behind Multiply had to sit down and analyze the next step. Now, they’re back again with a new platform. I’m proud to introduce to you the Multiply Marketplace

Two Sundays ago, I was invited by Azrael to attend a conference with other bloggers and collectors. In the conference, Multiply and other speakers gave several tips on how to set-up an online business and how to use the new Multiply Marketplace. With the new platform, you can now purchase your items with different payment methods: BPI, BDO, G-cash, Paypal and credit cards. Not to mention, Multiply will serve as a mediator between the buyers and sellers. This kind of move is quite impressive since it will lessen the possibility of scammers and bogus buyers. 

If you’re interested in buying something at Multiply, feel free to read David Guison’s guide. I’m still choosing which to buy though but wow, I’m drooling at those pretty vintage finds I just saw.