Friday, July 26, 2002
The Tapat Chronicles, part Two: Are They Stalking Us?
Maite, Iji and I have made reputations for ourselves.
We have gone to impressive levels of annoying the frosh election candidates (particularly those wearing black and orange) that we have transcended humanity. We are now demigoddesses, and are worshipable. (of course, not nearly as worshipable as J.O., the GOD)
We have taken to asking incredibly impertinent questions because we want answers, not commodity-answers, but ANSWERS. That is the weakness of Tapat. They lack heart.
Anyway. Tapat has campaigned in our block for a grand total of seven whopping times. Santugon however, has campaigned for only two.
What does this say? It says that Tapat has extremely industrious candidates. To the dulcets, it means something else completely.
"Are they stalking us?"
Yes. Tapat stalks the demigoddesses. They keep coming back for more of Maite's sarcasm and more of my biting remarks. They keep coming back because they apparently think they can hoodwink us. Imbeciles! Do they not know that we are beyond amateur hoodwinking? Do they not know that in any (commodified) statement they throw, we will find a loophole?
Oh, Tapat, Tapat. How wonderful you all are.
We have talked to Santugon. We were pleasantly surprised. Santugon has heart (which Tapat lacks) and individuality. They do not believe in commercialism. I am beyond happy. These guys are worth voting for. Kung LaSalyano ka at binabasa mo 'to, I beg you, bumoto ka sa Santugon! Hindi ka talaga magsisisi. Pramis.
Anyway, I had a lot of fun with my dulcets this week, lambasting the candidates (particularly one who is the son of a certain opposition senator whose surname rhymes with 'Jackson'). Maite, Iji, we so rule. We beyond rule.
Go Santapat! Ehehe. ^-^
will you catch me when I fall? :: |
named Ekai Ungson
listen to the static
"Wonder" - Megan McCauley
"Everyone is Wrong" - The Donnas
"You and Me" - Lifehouse
"Blind" - Lifehouse
"Lonely No More" - Rob Thomas
"Akap" - Imago
"The Difference" - Matchbox Twenty
"Extraordinary" - Liz Phair