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Family & Parenting / Six Signs That Your Relationship Is Over
« on: January 05, 2009, 12:04:52 AM »
1. One of You Cheats
Your relationship is over when one of you cheats—end of story. If you two really care about each other you won’t feel the urge to sleep with someone else. Even if you feel that logically a relationship should be able to handle this kind of stress, the reality is that whether both people know about the infidelity or not, few relationships can.

2. You Find Yourself Jealous of Other Couples
Do you wish that you had what other couples in love around you have? Do you find yourself wishing your relationship was like theirs? If you feel like everyone else’s relationship is better than yours, this is a definite sign that its time to move on. If you don’t feel happy, loved, and satisfied with your relationship than there is no point sticking to it. The more time you spend in a second-rate relationship like this the more likely it is that you will miss out on meeting a truly great guy.

5. The Warm Fuzzy Feelings You Feel for Each Other Are Gone
When you think of the person you’re in a relationship do you involuntarily smile inside? Do you feel happy just thinking about them? If not, you’ve probably already mentally broken up with them and an actual break up isn’t far behind.

6. You Can’t Stand His or Her Friends
Unless they are antisocial, chances are your significant other spends a lot of time with, and is influenced by, their friends. In order to be in a serious relationship, you will have to get along with their friends. If you cannot, your relationship is doomed to end sometime soon.

By Heidemarie Embrechts


3. Hanging Out with Each Other Is a Burden
If you don’t genuinely look forward to hanging out with each other and spending time together, this is a sign that the relationship has to end. The whole reason for beginning relationships with people in the first place is because of this mutual enjoyment. Any relationship without it is bound to end.

4. You’re Both Reluctant to Make Future Plans
You try to arrange vacation plans, but are met with a tepid response. Neither of you is willing to do anything that would require lasting commitment. You stop planning to go to events together a few weeks in advance. Your partner takes his or her stuff out of your room … the list is endless. These are all signs that you don’t plan on being together in the future. On the other hand, if you find yourself no longer being able to visualize a future with your partner, this is another sign your relationship may soon be over.


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Family & Parenting / Seven Ways to Survive a Long-Distance Relationship
« on: January 05, 2009, 12:01:24 AM »
Are you starting to wonder if whoever coined the phrase “absence makes the heart grow fonder” was ever involved in a long-distance relationship? The truth is, when many miles separate you and your honey, keeping your connection strong is tough regardless of your fondness for each other. By establishing a few ground rules and engaging in creative methods of communication, however, you can make a long-distance relationship thrive, says DeAnna Lorraine, a San Diego-based dating coach. Before you give up on fanning the flames of your long-distance romance, consider employing these strategies to keep your long-distance love hot.

1. Establish ground-rules from the start.
In order to maintain a successful long-distance relationship, you and your mate must openly communicate about and mutually agree upon the ground rules and terms of your relationship. “Openly discuss topics such as whether to remain monogamous or not when apart, how often to communicate and how often to visit,” Lorraine advises. Do not assume anything, and leave nothing up in the air. “When there are no misunderstandings or bad feelings, both partners are on the same page, which is the formula for a strong bond,” she asserts.

2. Discuss a mutually agreed-upon end goal for your relationship.
In order for a long-distance relationship to survive, Lorraine says that both parties need to feel that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak. “Whether it’s that one or both parties will relocate after your separation, that you’ll be seeing each other exclusively afterwards or that at the end of your separation you’ll get married, having something you can both look forward to when the going gets tough will remind you both why you’re involved in a challenging situation,” she says. When setting your end goal, make sure it’s one you both understand and on which you both agree. “Never establish an end goal thinking or hoping that you will change your partner’s mind along the way,” she warns. “Thinking or hoping your partner will move back or propose, for example, only sets you up for disappointment and resentful feelings.”

3. Avoid excessive communicating.
While speaking to your partner every day may feel like the best way to stay close, Lorraine actually cautions against such frequent chat-fests. “I recommend having only one scheduled hour (or longer) phone call a week,” she explains. “By doing this, you’ll have more exciting updates to share and you’ll be much more excited and enthusiastic to talk to each other because you’ve been anticipating that phone date all week.” Additionally, she emphasizes that less-frequent communication will not only keep you from growing dependent on each other, but also will provide you both with the freedom to grow independently and have your own lives and hobbies.

4. Alternate visits on each other’s turfs.
Whenever possible, try to keep the efforts you both put forth traveling to see each other equal, ideally alternating visits to each other’s places. “This plan ensures you will spend the same amount of time becoming parts of each-others’ lives and getting to know each other’s friends,” she explains. “If one person is doing all the traveling, this can not only create an unhealthy and unbalanced relationship, but it can also lead to a partner’s resentment.”

5. Raise your trust level significantly.
Naturally, being separated from your significant other means you’re not as privy to his or her whereabouts and activities,. “Not knowing exactly what your partner is up to all the time can create significant anxiety and insecurities in people,” she explains, “so if you want your long-distance relationship to survive, you need to learn to fully trust each other or it’s simply not going to work.” Grant each other the freedom to live your lives separate from each other and resist the temptation to vocalize jealousy and suspicions, become overprotective, or accusatory of the other. “This type of behavior will only breed contempt—aside from making you sound neurotic and unattractive,” Lorraine says.

6. Keep it sexy and spicy.
Because time together is rare, when you do see each other, take as much advantage as possible of your ability to get intimate with each other. “Make sure your roommates or friends know your partner is going to be in town and keep the ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign up!” Lorraine suggests. During those stretches when you can’t be with each other physically, she advises utilizing technology to send sexy text messages to each other sporadically during the week or, if you’re feeling daring, sending intimate pictures through your email or camera phones.

“Try cyber sex or phone sex,” she suggests. “At first it may be a little awkward, but I assure you—you will get used to it and will begin to genuinely enjoy the added passion it bring to your relationship. You’ve got to keep those feelings of excitement and attraction alive or they will wane in time.” An added bonus: all that build-up will make the “real thing” all the more exciting when you see each other next.

7. Live your life!
One of the keys to surviving a long-distance relationship is to make sure you maintain your life, friendships, and interests when your partner is away. “Many people in long-distance relationships have their whole lives wrapped up in their partner, which leaves them terribly depressed when the partner leaves,” Lorraine notes. “This dependency stunts your personal growth, which will later take its toll on your relationship.” To ensure that you don’t lose sight of your goals and your life, use your separation as an opportunity to focus on your career or schooling without distraction and take advantage of your time away from your partner to develop strong friendships. “Being in a long-distance relationship actually offers a wonderful benefit that a close physical relationship does not: you can both continue to grow and richen your lives independently of each other while still being in a partnership,” Lorraine asserts. “If handled correctly, each partner can become much more productive and well-developed, and will have more to bring to the relationship in the end.”

By Chelsea Kaplan

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Family & Parenting / Ten Tips for a Strong, Vibrant Relationship
« on: January 04, 2009, 11:58:42 PM »
1. We are born to need each other. The human brain is wired for close connection with a few irreplaceable others. Accepting your need for this special kind of emotional connection is not a sign of weakness, but maturity and strength.

So don’t feel ashamed of this need for a safe loving bond.


2. In love relationships emotional hurt is a mixture of anger, sadness but most of all, fear. Fear of being abandoned, and rejected. This hurt registers in the same part of our brain as physical hurt. It is too hard to push these feelings aside or ignore them. The first step to dealing with injuries in love is to pinpoint the feeling and then to send clear messages about this hurt to the one you love

So don’t just “ignore hurts” with the idea that they will up and go away.

3. The strongest among us are those who can reach for others. Love is the best survival strategy of all. We all long for a safe haven love relationship. Self-sufficiency is just another word for loneliness.

So risk reaching out and fighting for this safe haven. It is the best investment you’ll ever make.

4. Relationships can survive partners being very different. Even if you think you are from different planets it’s okay. The one thing love can’t survive is constant emotional disconnection. Conflict is often less dangerous for your love than distance.

So after a fight, put it right. Repair it, heal the rift between you.

5. There is no perfect lover. That is only in the movies. We shut down when we think we have failed as lovers, when we have disappointed. But our lover doesn’t want perfect performance. In the end he or she needs our emotional presence.

So it’s okay to say, “I don’t know what to do or say.” Just stay open and present.

6. The fights that matter are never about sex, money, or the kids. That is just the ripple on the surface of the sea. They are about someone protesting, often in an indirect way that is hard to understand, the loss of safe emotional connection. The most terrible trap in a love relationship is when one person really wants to say, “Where are you? Do I matter to you?” but instead becomes critical and demanding and the other person feels hopeless and inadequate and moves away. The lovers then get caught in emotional starvation, stalemate, and more and more disconnection.

So do try to tell each other when you feel lonely and like you are failing at being the perfect partner, especially if you are having lots of fights about tasks. Look beneath the surface.

7. We only have two ways to deal with the vulnerability of love when we can’t connect. Get mad and move in fast to break down the other’s walls or try not to care so much, and build a wall to protect yourself. Which one do you do? You probably learned it very young.

So do try to listen to your longings and risk reaching to connect. These other two options are traps that drive your lover away from you.

8. A loving relationship is the best recipe for a long and happy life that exists. Holding your lover tight is the ultimate antidote to stress. Cuddle hormones turn off stress hormones!

So do take time to hold and canoodle. It’s better than taking your vitamins.

9. Lasting passion is entirely possible in love. Infatuation is just the prelude. An attuned loving bond is the symphony. This kind of bond creates what I call synchrony sex. Sex becomes a safe adventure.

So don’t give up when sex goes into a temporary slump. Talk about it. Making love without candid conversation is like landing a 747 without help from the control tower!

10. The key moments in love are when partners open up and ask for what they need and the other partner responds. This demands courage but this is the moment of magic and transformation.

So take a deep breath and listen into your emotions. Let them tell you what you need. Then tell your partner that they are so special to you that you want to take a risk and tell them what you need from them most. Keep it simple and honest.

When you have a blueprint for love you can build it. In EFT studies, seven out of ten couples repair their relationship. Love doesn’t have to be a mystery anymore.

By Dr. Sue Johnson



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Introduce Yourself / What Your Blood Type Says About Your Personality
« on: January 04, 2009, 11:53:41 PM »
Type O
       You are the social butterflies. Often popular and self-confident, you are very creative and always seem to be the center of attention. You make a good impression on people and you’re often quite attractive. Organized and determined, your stubbornness will help you reach your goals. You make good leaders. Lovewise, O is most compatible with O and AB. Common career choices: banker, politician, gambler, minister, investment broker, and pro athlete.


Type A
       Type As may seem calm on the outside, but inside, you’re filled with anxiety and worry. You’re perfectionists and often shy and sensitive. Usually introverted, you’re stable and thoughtful. You make good listeners and are sensitive to color and your surroundings. You like to be fashionable and are up on the latest trends, but never flashy or gaudy. You like romantic settings and often shun reality for fantasy worlds. A is most compatible with A and AB in the love department. Common career choices: accountant, librarian, economist, writer, computer programmer, and gossip columnist.

Type B
You can be very goal-oriented and often complete the ambitious tasks set before you. Outgoing and very charming, you’re good at reading people and providing support. Though critical of appearance (but not your own), you aren’t picky and are unlikely to dwell over the little things. Type Bs are impulsive individualists who often create their own path in life. You are very strong and optimistic. B is most compatible with B and AB lovers. Common career choices: cook, hairdresser, military leader, talk show host, and journalist.


Type AB
Not surprisingly, ABs can be quite dualistic, possessing both A and B traits. You may be shy and outgoing, and hesitant and confident. You often stand out from others, don’t like labels, and are nice and easy going. You are logical and determined to do things correctly. Usually trustworthy, you like to help others. You often speak in a serious manner. Your patience, concentration, and intelligence are admirable. AB can find a soul mate with any other blood type. Common career choices: bartender, lawyer, teacher, sales representative, and social worker.





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Question and Answer / Last Movie You Watched?
« on: December 31, 2008, 01:05:08 PM »
Im watching two foreign films today,


Klopka/ Dei Falle - The Trap

click here: http://www.rbfilm.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=rbfilm.show_prod&prod_id=DV070


Die Falscher (German) The Counterfeiter
Great movie, click here: http://www.rbfilm.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=rbfilm.show_prod&prod_id=DV070

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General Topic / The Reason Of My Tagay Absence
« on: December 29, 2008, 06:35:34 AM »
I was very ready all makeup and dress properly for the virtual tagaY when suddenly gi taral lang ko ug kalit aring usa diri ka assh--e! wa nako ma bitbit ang akong pc! I cant let him go by himself kay lagi pwerte ka fog...nag bagulbol jud ko sa akong hunahuna kay wa naman jud ko mo tingog nija for an hour of driving, and he knows the reason why, wa nalang sad ko nija surang-surangan kay ug gi surang2x pa ko naa jud malabtikan!!!

Anyhow mao di sha gusto sija ra usa kay agi ani? ambut lang kaha...

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mao  ni sa among likod, i really thought nga di mo molakaw...

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kay lagi di jud sha gusto mo absent sa ija affair!!!mao ni ang karsada, di jud makita ang naa sa unahan...

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mura ra tingali na ug .25 mile visibility, so meaning ug magpakusog ka, wa na kay time mo brake ug naay sakyanan sa imong atubangan....

Unya ako ang nag drive pauli, ning tikig jud tawon akong liog ug bukton, maajo gani kay maajo na akong gibati gisurang2x na ko nija nga ning gahi na daw ang akong arm! wa juy batasan!!! ;D ;D ;D

So guys sori nga wala ko gahapon! honest wa jud ko malipay nga naabsent ko kay i was looking forward for that day! kani man gud mother fuc--r diri...

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General Topic / How To Make Bird Feeders (To Lindy)
« on: December 23, 2008, 03:58:01 PM »
mao ni mga gamit...


first, you have to have a place to work pero sa salug pwede ra...
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you need twine o pisi...
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kahuy, ako na ni gipaputol daan sa home depot....
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metal cutter kay di pwede ang gunting nga ordinaryo...
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drilll o barina...
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screen nga 1/4 ang bangag igo molusot ang sunflower seeds...
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pliers para sa gamay nga wires
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stapler nga automatic para imong ipatapot ang split ends sa screen sa kahoy
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dayun mao ni with tukod na (naa sad sa home depot) itugsok ra dayun ilikos ang pisi para di ma slide.
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GOODLUCK! ;D

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Introduce Yourself / The Significance Of Your Username
« on: December 22, 2008, 07:09:59 AM »
Im just curious on how did you come up with your USERNAMES...

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Anonymous Diary Blog / Winter All Over The World
« on: December 22, 2008, 03:13:14 AM »
As we all know that Winter is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. Calculated astronomically, it begins on the solstice and ends on the equinox. It is the season with the shortest days and the lowest average temperatures. It has colder weather and, especially in the higher latitudes or altitudes, snow and ice. The coldest average temperatures of the season (wherever in the world you are )are typically experienced in January in the Northern Hemisphere and in July in the Southern Hemisphere.

Can you share with us your winter  images?

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Bisan unsa mga kaagi sa gagmay pa ta...kabalo ko daghan ta natawo sa panahon nga wa pay koryente, TV, Water system etc. etc..

Mga kaagi nga hangtud karon ato nga gi treasure...

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Introduce Yourself / The Power Of Imagination
« on: December 12, 2008, 03:21:51 AM »
This is a Filipino in America Invention!


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Akong invention kay sigi man nila gub-on ang feeders, so what i did, daghan man mi empty water bottles! akong gihimu-an ug unique feeders akong mga suki! kay ngano mamili sila ug nindot nga restawran nga ang akong karenderia lami ug putahi??  ;D

Pwerte jud katawa ni banana pagka kita nija ani! hahahhahaha

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Love Talk / 9 Attractive Qualities Women Look For In A Guy
« on: December 09, 2008, 11:46:29 AM »
Here are the nine characteristics we've come up with:

Sense of Humor


Everyone says how important sense of humor is, and I have learned to look for it in women. I am lucky enough to be able to make women laugh, but I'm still super single.

Trustworthy


Trust is the holy grail of a relationship. It takes years to build it, and it is so delicate. There are few things that take so long to attain that can be destroyed so quickly. So a lot of us may finally settle on a very trustworthy person when we finally find that.

Kindness

This seems like a no-brainer, but I've seen plenty of girls stay with guys who don't treat them well. So, I'm thinking that most women look for a nice guy, but the fact of the matter is that mean guys seem to get girlfriends too-and at a better rate than nice guys.

Money
I admit it: I sometimes envision myself marrying rich and sitting there doing nothing. I could lie out on my wife's yacht and host lavish parties and hear about how crazy the Roaring 20's were, when my wife's friends were my age. Money is definitely high on a lot of people's list: remember when Anna Nicole Smith married that really old rich guy? I doubt it was because she thought he was hot, funny, or great in the sack

Confident


Confidence is based on a lot of these characteristics. You are confident if you are talented, super hot, intelligent, or wealthy most likely. But confidence also enables you to treat people better, so you are kind and trustworthy as well. Because confidence includes so many of these other characteristic, it may just be the one major thing women look for in a man.


Talented & Passionate

When someone possesses a special skill, such as visual art or guitar virtuosity, they get tons of girls. People like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and Tom Brady can go out with anyone they want because they are skilled. Heck, I'd go out with them. Usually skill occurs in tandem with passion, another attractive quality. When someone is really good at something, but not "hot," it makes sense that they can still attract a lot of women. It's less annoying to see someone like this in a relationship than it is to see a rich mean guy in a relationship.

Intelligent


I am intimidated by women who are more intelligent than I am (which explains why I'm intimidated by about 97% of the female population). For a lot of people, intelligence is sexy. When someone is stupid, it's frustrating and boring, which is enough to drive someone away.

Convenient

One can argue that convenience is a huge driver for a relationship. Does he live near you, is he "ready" to be in a relationship, does he want to have kids or not? Everything matches up correctly. Sure, he may not be the best-looking guy or have a lot of money, but it's just what you need and it's been a long, difficult search.

If we put these characteristics on a pie chart, what would get the biggest piece of the pie with you? Again, some of these characteristics occur together: intelligence and wealth, talent and passion, kindness and generosity, convenience and wealth.

How often do women care about superficial things like money? It's scary, but sometimes I fear that no matter how funny I am, if I had lots of money I could date any cute girl I wanted.

How do all of these characteristics shake out for you when choosing a boyfriend, and are there any you'd add to the list? Does confidence just take all of these characteristics into consideration?


Source: Shine

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General Topic / The 10 Paradoxical Commandments
« on: December 06, 2008, 04:07:04 AM »
1. People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered.
Love them anyway.

2. If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish ulterior motives.
Do good anyway.

3. If you are successful, you win false friends and true enemies.
Succeed anyway.

4. The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow.
Do good anyway.

5. Honesty and frankness make you vulnerable.
Be honest and frank anyway.

6. The biggest men and women with the biggest ideas can be shot down by the smallest men and women with the smallest minds.
Think big anyway.

7. People favor underdogs but follow only top dogs.
Fight for a few underdogs anyway.

8. What you spend years building may be destroyed overnight.
Build anyway.

9. People really need help but may attack you if you do help them.
Help people anyway.

10. Give the world the best you have and you'll get kicked in the teeth.
Give the world the best you have anyway.



source: Huffington Post

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Music and Video / Better In Times
« on: December 06, 2008, 01:02:39 AM »
Mao ni sigi nako balik2x hangtud ko mapul-an...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38GXoKeqzV4&feature=related

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Special Dates and Events / Ginger Enjoy Your Day
« on: December 04, 2008, 01:17:02 PM »
I really dont know how we get along despite our distance but i am just so grateful that our path came across. I cant even imagine how our friendship started, it just  happen like a spark with a "posporo" and from that on we built the fire and even danced on it! (ay kalawom) To make this drama short sa giingon sa akong katigulangan nga "birds with the same feathers are birds" mao na kita.

I want to thank you for always there for me whom I can pour out all what i felt, lipay, chismiss, lagut, sapot, mangaway nimo, hilak ug uban pa, (you know the others!) and before i forget for all the times that you waited for me to show up sa YM ug sa TB and MK and anywhere! I appreciate your unrelenting patience! You know what made me absenot this time...(naniwang na ko dear!)

Anyhow, im looking forward to call you in Canada soon, mas barato na sa akong phone bills!

Leche ka! kalayo kaayo nimo igata ka!

Anyway, have a very happy birthday,dear and bear this in mind, i always love you...


Always,
Bella

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Anonymous Diary Blog / I Miss Mammi Tita and Daddi Pronix
« on: December 03, 2008, 08:12:38 AM »
Sus nag sekwati ko gikan ni Tiya, gimingaw noon ko nilang Mammi ug Daddi!

Kumusta naman sila oi!

Palihug post ug recent pics nila beh?

kanang recent ha? dili bahaw! (pagka demanding!!!)

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Music and Video / If You're Out There (live)
« on: November 29, 2008, 10:54:39 PM »
To Dodong Insoy, i know you would love this ....i really, really love this song, it is a very powerful song very much.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dL2MqA-poU
wa jud koy makita nga mas nindot nga sound nga live kani ra, nangita ko sa ijang live performance sa CNN HERO wa pa man sa youtube! so kani lang usa ha?  ;)

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Music and Video / Is It Too Late To Apologize?
« on: November 27, 2008, 11:18:39 AM »

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Introduce Yourself / Thank You Mike
« on: November 25, 2008, 12:49:48 PM »
Sus nawala ko sa kahanginan kay di jud ko ka open sa akong username! shalan! agi ug delete2x anang mga cookies! abi ko man nga ang cookies makaun! makaguba man diay ug password! nalutas jud tawon ko!

Mike thank you very much for resetting my password! katawgonon na ko kaajo nimo pero i tried to contact Ginger una because i know she can help me.

Ginger, you are always my angel (nga naay sungay) ;D I love you...

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