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Sagada
Day One: arrived at our favorite priest’s family house with a minimal view of Sagada but is just right that will make you light up that cigar (and sadly pollute the fresh air). Relaxed for a bit. Played some card games to ease up the almost whole day of travelling. Went to a yogurt house and proved that I really am not a “yogurt-person.”
Sagada
Day One: arrived at our favorite priest’s family house with a minimal view of Sagada but is just right that will make you light up that cigar (and sadly pollute the fresh air). Relaxed for a bit. Played some card games to ease up the almost whole day of travelling. Went to a yogurt house and proved that I really am not a “yogurt-person.”
Sagada
Day One: arrived at our favorite priest’s family house with a minimal view of Sagada but is just right that will make you light up that cigar (and sadly pollute the fresh air). Relaxed for a bit. Played some card games to ease up the almost whole day of travelling. Went to a yogurt house and proved that I really am not a “yogurt-person.”
Sagada
Day One: arrived at our favorite priest’s family house with a minimal view of Sagada but is just right that will make you light up that cigar (and sadly pollute the fresh air). Relaxed for a bit. Played some card games to ease up the almost whole day of travelling. Went to a yogurt house and proved that I really am not a “yogurt-person.”
Sagada
Day One: arrived at our favorite priest’s family house with a minimal view of Sagada but is just right that will make you light up that cigar (and sadly pollute the fresh air). Relaxed for a bit. Played some card games to ease up the almost whole day of travelling. Went to a yogurt house and proved that I really am not a “yogurt-person.”

Sagada

Day One: arrived at our favorite priest’s family house with a minimal view of Sagada but is just right that will make you light up that cigar (and sadly pollute the fresh air). Relaxed for a bit. Played some card games to ease up the almost whole day of travelling. Went to a yogurt house and proved that I really am not a “yogurt-person.”

ibarfraindows:

When I ask a heterosexual girl if they think another girl is cute, they tend to answer “yes” or “no:

When I ask a homosexual guy if a girl is cute, they tend to answer “yes” or “no”

When I ask a homosexual girl if they think a guy is cute, they tend to answer “yes” or “no”

So why is it when I ask a heterosexual guy if they think another guy is attractive, they answer is always “OMG HOW SHOULD I KNOW I’M NOT GAY NO HOMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO”?

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