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Monday, August 11, 2008

Link exchanges... so tiring

I've gone through my entire blog and decided to link up the people who actually read this blog. Oh, what a tedious thing to do. But I'm glad I did it because it's like the least I can do for the people who read my silliness.

Of course a lot of readers who left comments don't have blogs so I felt a bit bad about that. Also, I left out some blogs that haven't been updated (yes, I checked each and every commenter and their blog!). It's kinda unfair to link up people's sites and when you click on them, the dates are so long ago. It's not fun, no sirree.

So there! Leave me a comment (a real one, okay!) and I'll link you up! Hope you can link me up, too =D

19 comments:

  1. Hi Sweetie! Sorry, I just got around to responding to your comment. Well, what can I say. It's complicated. The good news is that it looks like I won't be spending that much time in VN anymore. But I am looking for an apartment. Hmmm... How much is rent at pioneer highlands?

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  2. Awww, that's so sweet of you, Frances! I migrated AGAIN. Went back to Blogger. So I'm on kayvs.blogspot.com now :)

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  3. Hello! Thanks for linking my blog. I linked you up. :)

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  4. Hey TJ, dunno how to answer that =( Will talk to you soon, okay? Meanwhile, will look for places for ya.

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  5. KV and Cris! Love your blogs!!!

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  6. Hi Frances,

    At the risk of sounding like a fan girl, I like lurking here because despite the dark color scheme, the blog is as girly as girly gets. =)

    Linked you up as well!

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  7. Hey NeverGirl, I really don't like my blog's blackness. But I read that black screens consume less energy than white ones.

    I'm really thinking of changing it. I can save the world some other way, right? =(

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  8. Hello, EIC Frances! I linked up you na rin. Added you to my Google Reader too :)

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  9. so how you solve being stylish and environmentally concerned? hehe. good luck and thanks for linking me. ;)

    that pornography thing has me worried -- lil' ol' phil might be blacker than the env't needs if that happens.

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  10. Hehe, thanks Frances! I've been crazy busy with a few projects but I try to update regularly :)

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  11. Ria, I do eBay! Almost all my clothes are second-hand. I'm actually going to do a post about that soon.

    Fashion really is not the most environmental of industries--it promotes consumerism talaga. So does that mean environmentalists can't be stylish? No! (Well, kung hard-core siguro =P) Basta I'll elaborate more in my eBay post!

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  12. hi frances. got here through thenevergirl. naku, if only i don't have work, i'd finish reading all your posts. naaliw ako. :) i'm also a big twilight saga fan. i lost sleep din para lang matapos ang breaking dawn.

    can i link u up? :)

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  13. Oooh, Kaith, a new reader! And I love your blog, too! Are you Cebuana? I was reading your blog but couldn't decide. My parents are from Leyte so they speak Waray and Cebuano and I never figured which is which! Linking you up now... =D

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  14. Kaith's Ilongga, I'm Boholana. But we're both in Cebu so I figured that's close enough. Hahaha.

    Kaith speaks a variation of Waray. I'm not sure how close Waray and Ilonggo are; both sound greek to me, however, so again, close enough. Lol!

    And of everyone I know, Kaith would enjoy your blog the most because she's girly like that. She likes all things pink, frilly, and pretty. =)

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  15. thanks frances! will add u to my blogroll na. :)

    i'm actually ilongga, from negros occidental. i married somebody from bohol and right now, we're here in cebu, working and building our family. hehe.

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  16. Oh, Chin and Kaith, kaya pala you're both beautiful--you're Bisaya! I always thought Visayans were the prettiest hehe. No offense to the readers from Luzon and Mindanao!

    Chin, my grandfather is from Anda, Bohol. I've never been to Bohol but I hear it's fabulous there. Waray and Ilonggo are very different--Waray is harsher, Ilonggo is malambing. It's like German and French =)

    Kaith, I have several Ilongga friends! Why are you all so malambing? And masarap magluto?? I went to Iloilo a couple of years ago. Are they Ilonggo, too?

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  17. Chin is actually my husband's elementary classmate. Hehe. That's why we became friends. You should go visit Bohol Frances, you'd fall in love with the place, i promise.

    people from iloilo are actually the true blue ilonggos. while us, from bacolod, are referred to as hiligaynons. i guess we just speak slowly and with that singsong accent, it's just hard not to be malambing-sounding. haha. i must agree though that masarap ang food namin! haha.

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  18. Aha! I learned something new today. What a shame since these are things I, as a Filipino, should know! Thanks, Kaith =D

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  19. I haven't thanked you yet for the link.

    Here (lifting a glass) to more great postings. :P

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