Category: Fun

It’s Cebu Pacific’s male flight attendants’ turn to dance

Perhaps to even the playing field, Cebu Pacific comes up with another safety dance, this time with male flight attendants. Like I previously said, I have no problem with safety procedures being demonstrated with dance, as long as the standard pre-flight demos are still done. The dance version during flight or when the plane is already cruising should only make the whole exercise interesting and entertaining.

I wonder if folks from Gabriela and FASAP will cry foul over the male version.

So, it is *Le* Jukebox: continuing the Roland Garros jukebox tradition with Muzz, Bobbysod, Tsonga, and Djoker with introductions by Le Fed

Oh Bobby Sod, you do know how to pull a “yoke”.

UPDATE: Oh, Rafa won’t like this, but fans will.

As for the Fed’s FO garb, I’m couci-couça on the yet-another-blue and the French-inspired stripe accents on the sleeves, but I’m surely digging the slightly funky shoes if only because the fading teal is a lot more dramatic than the boring old color blocks that we saw on the previous grand slams.

This year’s ensemble is a huge improvement from last year’s, but I hope the performance brings the same results as 2009’s. However, given TMF’s early exists from the tournaments that followed the Australian Open, I’m setting my expectations a little low for Roland Garros.

Cam-whoring at Universal Studios (and parts of) – Singapore

The city-state’s latest attraction had a soft launch two months ago, and by the time we visited the place, a couple of its major rides were still on finishing stages. I have about a few months to a year to muster the courage to ride bad-ass-by-my-standards Superman roller coaster and some other thriller that’s still under construction. Click the photos for large versions.

 This ride, I could take. Just add water and soak the hapless victims.

 Totally soaked after the Wild River ride. Good thing, I went there on super comfy flip-flops.

I was not planning to ride this thing at all, because I was too chicken to be in anything that dropped, shook, or threw me around at 100 mph.  But before I realized what awaited me, I had already lined up for half an hour and was only two batches away from the next car.

Look, Ma! It’s the Asian Anubis. Nice abs, pare!

On a very short walk of fame by the park’s entrance. 

“All I want is love, peace, understanding and a chocolate bar bigger than my head.”

Well, if you ever get tired of that clunker beside you…

Aaand more touristy bits, such as taking loads of pictures and creating a lot of racket.
Ohai, SG, we meet again! Now I know on which side of the plane I should book a seat. This is a somewhat lucky shot taken while riding the monorail to Sentosa Island. I would really love to have a camera upgrade, such as that carried around by Vortex.