Life is great when you can pay someone else to touch your gross body. Continue reading A Tribute to Massages
Would you work with your spouse? Let’s weigh the pros and cons of this lifestyle choice. Continue reading Would You Work with Your Spouse?
At any given moment, Cheetos are only a few strides away from being inside of Jenny’s belly. At the low cost of only 60 cents per bag, it’s pretty hard to resist. You see, Cheetos aren’t as readily available in … Continue reading Living with a Cheetos Addiction
This is one of those blog posts I regularly write about regarding the horrors of getting older. An example of this is the one about how … Continue reading But My Wife Thinks I’m Funny
My favorite animal as a kid was the mallard. I loved the color green. To see it on a duck, naturally and not from eating lots of M&Ms, was stupendous. A few weeks ago, Jenny and I were driving around … Continue reading Favorite Animal: Mallards
Is eating lunch in your car weird? It’s one of the most antisocial things you can do. It’s also a practice I’ve participated in hundreds of … Continue reading Are People Who Eat Lunch in Their Car Weird?
I’m not the best at looking neat. In the nicest way possible, Jenny reminds me of this. I’m not sure how she does it. Not many … Continue reading Long Distance Relationship Disadvantage: No One to Stop You From Looking Sloppy
I stopped at a local pharmacy today to pick up some cough drops when I saw an unusual sign. It stated that the county I was in abides to Blue Laws. I’ve never heard of these. Was I too busy … Continue reading Blue Laws Are Trying to Keep Us Naked and Standing
Have you ever wanted to crawl into a hole and disappear forever? If you’re like us, at least five times a day you do or say something to warrant such a reaction. Recently, Timmy returned home to share with Jenny … Continue reading Ever Want to Crawl into a Hole and Disappear Forever?
A lot has happened to Jenny and I over the last several months. We’ve kept quiet about it, mostly because of how busy it was. Our days were longer than they were in the first half of our time together … Continue reading Check the Blind Spot
Not long ago, Jenny became an adult by having her wisdom teeth removed. Unfortunately, it wasn’t as pleasant as the sketch she made four days after. While not recognized in all cultures as a passage into adulthood, it certainly is … Continue reading Wisdom Teeth Removal: The Nine Inch Face
The people of the Philippines aren’t sure what they should do about the gay population. On one hand, they’re a very religious nation built primarily of Catholics. On the other softer, more manicured hand they seem to really get a … Continue reading Filipinos Don’t Know What To Do About Gay People
English is tough enough on my mind. In an attempt to make me burst, Jenny tested me on the Filipino language. These are all of the words I know or at least thought I did. Continue reading Learning Filipino: All the Tagalog/Visayan Words I Know
Jenny and I don’t buy too much useless crap. Aside from healthcare which seems to only cover bites from extinct spiders, we try to watch our money carefully. A few months ago, we did buy a DVD collection of Studio … Continue reading My Neighbors the Yamadas: Simple, Funny, and Slightly Strange
Because every day I learn more and more little things about my husband. – Continue reading The Leak
Hollywood got wise and started making R-rated superhero movies. It began with Deadpool in 2016 and continued with Logan this year. Jenny and I happened to watch both together. Our Deadpool viewing took place in the Philippines during our second … Continue reading I Think I Liked Logan Better Than Deadpool
Karaoke, which in the Philippines is often called videoke, is a National past time for Filipinos. While Americans are eating apple pies and watching baseball the Filipinos are perfecting a musical craft while drunk off their ass. Like most Filipinos, … Continue reading Our First Karaoke Experience in the USA Together
Louder than a flock of teenage girls and more intrusive than an Amber Alert; sometimes our phones buzz like crazy and we receive warning of a flash flood. It happened recently and aside from some wet clothes and smelling Italian … Continue reading The Average Flood in the US is a Light Mist in the Philippines
Almost seven months ago I got married while gasping for air. It’s normal to get choked up at a wedding. My reason was a little different. My wedding was special because it was also the first time I’ve worn a … Continue reading Did I Mention I Couldn’t Breathe During My Wedding?
One constant reminder regarding the difference between the Philippines and US is how people treat the empty seat next to them. Specifically, the way we handle vacant seats on public transit. For some reason, many Americans like to guard that … Continue reading Empty Seats in the Philippines Are Treated Differently Than in the US
Despise my see-through shallow comments, I really think you should follow me on social media. Continue reading Follow Me On Social Media
We have new designs available at Redbubble. Check ’em out: *Banged* *Do You Like Being Human?” “Break a Leg” More designs could be found at the shop. Stay tuned! :3 Continue reading Designs of the Week: Banged, Do You Like Being Human, Break a Leg
Just because we’re married doesn’t mean we can’t still hangout with our Saturday night crew. Babies ruin friendships, not spouses! Last night, a few of our good friends came over to spend the evening. Needless to say, our guests did … Continue reading Saturday Night PARTAYY with Friends
Comic Fridays presents “Classic Enemies”. Continue reading Classic Enemies