’09 to ’13: Ordinary People Part 3 of 3

And so the weekend saga of the now rowdy group on a natural high continues. This time they’re headed to Trinoma or for those who veers from acronyms, The Triangle North of Manila.

Photo courtesy of ayalaland.com.ph

Photo courtesy of ayalaland.com.ph

Why Trinoma? Red Box. What could be more Pinoy than a get-together belting out pop songs with cheesy video montage of C- and D-list celebrities at best.

Photo courtesy of synzmemoir.blogspot.com

Photo courtesy of synzmemoir.blogspot.com

So here we are at Red Box with a playlist ranging from sappy Tagalog love songs to teen pop, 90s RnB and classic Pinoy rock, aka, Eheads and Parokya. Can you match the genre with the faces?


The classic duo can replace Jaya and Janno anytime. They can also do Boyz2men and Ariel Rivera among others. For parties and events, please contact me at 0906-xxx-xxxx.

Met and Ryan Takes Araneta By Storm

Met and Ryan Takes Araneta By Storm

The caption says it all for Lester, in more ways than one. Seriously, if you don’t care much for his looks, you’ll fall for his songs. And I mean really fall. Like off your seat? Rolling on the floor? Lol. Seriously, I’m selling him as the complete package. Looks, brains and voice. And a new car!

"The Man Who Can't Be Moved"

“The Man Who Can’t Be Moved”

Move over, Alicia Keys and while you’re at it, put ashes on your hair (in keeping up with lent) and weep for there’s a new girl on fire. And I mean on fiiiire. Pen not only rocks keyboards (the ones attached to monitors) but also microphones.

This Girl is on Fiiiiire

This Girl is on Fiiiiire

Now here’s the duo who conquered Madison Garden. True? True. And with none other but Taylor Swift songs. Love Story. Our Song. Never Ever Getting Back Together. You Belong With Me. If you want Taylor Swift with less syrup, more grit, then here’s the perfect pair. Plus these two don’t write songs about their exes.

Taylor Swift Can Rock!

Taylor Swift Can Rock!

Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears songs are a must at karaoke. If it’s not part of the repertoire, then that is considered a serious disrespect of your growing up years. So hit me baby one more time as long as you love me.

making faces

And the perfect finale was the group singing Pare Ko by Eraserheads. Of course, it must be sang Various Artists-style like paying tribute to the iconic band of our youth.

group -karen

And to cap the journey, here’s a photo relatively disconnected to this part of the adventures. The saying that a picture speaks a thousand words is true in this case. We just don’t have a clue as to what the words are. So, lovely readers, if you would be so kind as to put an appropriate caption for this, that would be greatly appreciated. Captions will not be edited. Seriously no censorship. More captions, more fun. I wish there was a price for the best caption. Or maybe there is. Hmm.

Caption This!

Caption This!

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