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Troll Time in Facebook

By N Mark Castro

A girl who lives hundreds of miles away texting you “I’m drunk” is like a lasagna texting you from Italy saying “I’m delicious.”

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What To Do With Your Money?

Demystifying Investments
By N Mark Castro

Question: Where should I put my money? In a bank, property, business or stocks? — Astri Simatupang via Facebook

Answer: My pocket.

On a serious note, it is critical that you analyze carefully the investment instruments you mentioned: Advantages and disadvantages, their own merits and flaws.

You see how I turned boring terms like bank, property, business or stocks into a respectable single word like investment instruments? That’s just to kick in how good I Google. So to help you out, we’re gonna break down complex financial sentence structures into simpler words the average person can understand.

And as an expert … Googler, your options can be answered as follows: Read the rest of this entry

Hänsel und Gretel

By N Mark Castro

The Brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm recorded folkloric stories around Europe and published their works in 1812, which included the story of siblings Hänsel und Gretel.

Ever since came out, parents and children that heard the story of Hänsel und Gretel were both terrified and inspired … and it wasn’t difficult to see why.

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Trust Issues

Facebook Posts For You: The Troll

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How Not To Get Into Trouble When Commenting on Facebook

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End of the World Revealed

What really happened …

Challenge Accepted

By N. Mark Castro

Impossible is a word to be found only in the dictionary of fools.

“Challenge Accepted” is an expression used to indicate that the speaker is willing to attempt completing a difficult task. The phrase is often associated with a rage comic character illustrated as a stick figure with crossed arms and a smug facial expression.

“Challenge accepted” began as a catchphrase for the character Barney Stinson in the television sitcom How I Met Your Mother. The earliest instance of Stinson uttering the phrase can be heard in Season 2, Episode 6 “Aldrin Justice” while announcing his intention to seduce an older woman. The episode originally aired on October 23rd, 2006.

On December 13th, the “Challenge Accepted” Facebook page was created, which has accumulated over 373,925 likes to date. It’s actually amazing how a simple phrase can take a life of its own, cross borders, break barriers, and ignore race and religion that the world can identify with.

As for my own version of this meme, all I can think of whenever a challenge is put forth before me is …

Cock … olded …

A cat named Teddy, from Nashville, Tennessee, reads MY blog!

High-larious post from SinfulStilettos!

A cat named Teddy, from Nashville, Tennessee, reads MY blog!.

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