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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Drunk On Ice Cream

I saw the movie KimmyDora (which was soo totally not me, since I don't usually watch pinoy films *actually i almost never watch movies* but it was a good one) last week, with the shit from hell, ms Helver Ramones (a good friend) and i saw one of the characters pouring some brandy on his ice cream, which made me want to try it. Unfortunately, I don't have ice cream on hand, even though my dad worsk for Nestle (ice cream department). So if you've tried this, please let me know if its nice, or if its a major PHAIL! Thanks!

Vanilla Ice Cream with Kahlua. I imagine this would taste schweeet!

If i ever decide to try this for real, this is probably how I'm gonna do it: Vanilla with Bailey's! Woohoo!!! Although, I might try it with chocolate!

Confessions of a Partyphile-- the radio show

Please catch Confessions of a Partyphile, the radio show on 105.9 Mix Fm every Wednesday nights from 6 to 9 in the PM. If you aren't from Davao log on to

That is my personal radio show, an extension of my blog! Yahooooo!

I usually give a recipe for a hot cocktail during the first hour

On the second hour i give tips or read articles from this blog

On the third hour i greet celebrity birthday celebrators!

Please catch my show, i will love you to bits if you do that!


Thank you to my sponsor, Sony Philippines, Sony Cybershot!

Oktoberfest! Yahoo!

We're officially celebrating the start of Oktoberfest! Yahoo! Thank god for the Germans

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to Richard Harris (aka the giuy who originally played dumbledore) and Dame Julie Andrews

Smallfish Hypnotizes Partyphiles

A couple of months back I wrote an article entitled “Where My Party People At” where I was complaining about a lack of real parties and hot events in the metro. I ended the article with a short prayer to the partyphiles gods, hoping that somehow, someway, somebody would fall from the partyphiles clouds and give us some hot-bangin’ parties.

I forgot about that article until, recently, I found that all my hopes and wishes came true with the help of four little fishies (yes, alcohol is their version of water), who decided to form a school (school of fish, get it?) and named themselves Smallfish Productions.

Smallfish Productions is an event-organizing group made up by Marie Braganza, her brother, Dr. Dingo Braganza, friends Bevs Lim, and Mike Sy; and together they have given us some of the hottest parties this year. If you ever felt a hunger for REAL partying, like I did a couple of months back, they have come to answer your prayers!

They started off with a big bang with their first event dubbed: Traffic. Unfortunately I couldn’t be there since I was vacationing outside the country, but judging from their Facebook pictures, it was a blast! I mean, they required guests to come in Red (if they were taken), Yellow (if their dating status was complicated), and Green (if they were single), and I bet your bottom dollar, that was enough to make it a hot-bangin’ party!

For their second event, Confessions: Are You a Sinner or a Saint, they featured DJ Torch playing all the best ‘90s music all night, and yours truly was on the mic giving away hot prizes. It was definitely one for the books, as guests danced the night away, all donned in black and white, while sipping free cocktails (free cocktails were served ‘til midnight).

Their third event, Wave: Beach, Breeze, Booze, was a Kadayawan party by the beach (Garden by the Bay). It was the place to be for this year’s Kadayawan, as all of Davao’s young, hot glitterati were at perfect attendance! They featured DJ Keelo, DJ Maxie Perez from Club Vudu, (Cebu), and once again I hosted the event. This had a whopping attendance of approximately 500 partyphiles, which I’m guessing is ground-breaking in Davao society.

So you couldn’t really blame me for getting uberly-excited when Smallfish contacted me to host their fourth event: Hypnotiq: Burn in your Afterglow. It was held at the Metro Lounge last September 18, and as usual, most of Davao’s glitterati (young, hot partyphiles, who only go to the hottest parties and places. Read: the Paris Hilton’s of the world) were there, partying the night away!

DJ Torch opened the evening with his signature brand of crowd favorites, to get the party started. By the stroke of midnight, the hottest topless DJ from Hey Jude (Boracay), DJ Surf, (who, I must say, is one of the best DJs I have heard recently) started spinning, and the partyphiles went wild! The half-British DJ wowed the crowd with his gorgeous party mixes, and his wonderful song selection (of course the girls didn’t mind that he was topless for most of the evening).

To add to the festive flair, Hypnotiq was a glow in the dark party! Yep, they attached black lights all over Metro Lounge, and asked guests to come in something white, something bright, or something that reflected light. The result: hot partyphiles, all aglow!

And if that wasn’t enough, the small fishes started smearing glow-in-the-dark liquid at friends (and on DJ Surf’s topless body) which started a domino effect. By the end of the night, everyone’s faces were glowing, everyone was laughing at each other, and were all giddy and tipsy (they were too drunk from all the free drinks).

Overall, Hypnotiq was one of the best parties Smallfish Productions has dished out. It was intimate (because it was at the Metro Lounge), festive (thanks to everybody smearing glow-in-the-dark ink all over everybody else. Yes, even complete strangers), musically-impressive (thanks to DJ Torch and DJ Surf), glamorous (thanks to the attendance of Davao’s glitterati, and well, just plain, HOT!

If you ever wondered how it felt to be in partyphiles heaven, Hypnotiq was as close as you could get!


I’m really glad Smallfish Productions has taken the lead in bringing back excitement in Davao Partylandia. They have managed to make everyone party like we used to, back in the day: all dressed up, without a tinge of drama!

I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for their next event. If you miss out on that one, say goodbye to your partyphiles status!

DJ SURF from Hey Jude, Boracay
DJ Torch and Marie from Smallfish
Me, and my friends Ute and Camille
Celine Le Neindre with Debin Uraya
Karloz Alba, Michael Sy, John Philip Obsines and Jeremiah Braganza

Thanks to Wacky Masbad and to Roland Jumawan for the pictures!

Pantry Omelet

This evening i cooked an omelet from the stuff that was left in the pantry: Chinese cabbage, Onions, Bell Peppers and Chinese Sausage. Fortunately, it tasted real good. It was kinda sweet (from the sausages) and it was comforting too. It felt hearty, even though I put a lot of veggies. I hope you try this one at home,and enjoy it!

Prepare your ingredients, slice your veggies very thinly so you wouldn't get any huge parts of stalk (from the chinese cabbage) in your omelet
Sautee your chinese sausages in a bit of oil. Make sure not to go overboard with oil since these sausages are really fatty.
Once your sausages are cooked thoroughly, add in your bell peppers.
When your bell peppers are soft, add in your onions and cabbage. I usually season the dish at this stage. I think it also helps the veggies wilt and release moisture (from the salt)
Let the veggies wilt down
And then beat some eggs, season them, and add a little cornstarch (just to give it a little give). Pour it over your veggies.
Once the underside is done, put a plate on top of your skillet, and then flip it over. Slide in your omelet, so the "raw" part gets browned. And your omelet is done! Voila!
Serve this on your next Brunch party, and you are sure to get rave reviews!
Thank You to SOny for my Sony Cybershot w290. I took these pictures with it (gourmet mode). Absolute coolness!

Sikat Quatro

Last Friday, Mix FM had the fourth installment of our talent show dubbed Sikat Quatro. This "Sikat" was, IMHO the BEST Sikat ever!

The crowd was really fun, the stage wasn't chaotic at all, the hosts (including me) had fun, and were more relaxed, the games were soooper fun, and the contestants were soooper funny! And to top it all off, the performers were GREAT! We all had a great time!

Good thing I now have a digicam (thanks to Sony for my new W290 Sony Cybershot) so i snapped a couple of photos (couldn't really be the photog since I was busy as one of the hosts).

The night ended with a couple beers, thanks to Steve Mdinight!

Im uber-excited for Sikat Cinco! crossing my fingers here! :D

That's Wacky and I, for our last-minute rehearsals
That's me letting out a huge yawn, and that's Chris Chase behind me
Andi and Trevor checkin out the certificate we handed out to the performers
Our traffic angel, Sol with Wacky. I must say, she looks gorgeous here

MTS was packed that night, thanks to all the hot performers

Here's C-Shifter. They were really, really good. I think they'd make it big real soon. Plus the lead vocalist is GORGEOUS!

backstage with C-shifter

Some of the audience-members takin advantage of the Photo Wall, made possible by Sony
Sol and Ish posing with Eevee band. As usual, these guys ROCKED! that night. Real performers! Pros man, real pros!
Backstage with Prais your Planets
members from praise your planets takin a YB (yosi break)

c-shifter closed the evening with hot numbers!

All these pictures were taken with my gorgeous w290, thank you Sony! HOTTTNESS!!!

Happy Birthday!

T-Pain turns 24 today. I always thought he was old, apparently, he's a year older than I am. He was born 1985. cool huh?

Drink of the Week: Tequila Sunrise

If you ever wondered how to make a tequila sunrise, here's what you need:

1 part tequila
parts orange juice
2 teaspoons of gre nadine

Pour tequila in a highball glass with ice, and top with orange juice. Stir. Add grenadine by tilting glass and pouring grenadine down side by flipping the bottle vertically very quickly. The grenadine should go straight to the bottom and then rise up slowly through the drink. Garnish stirrer, straw and cherry-orange.

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