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The 9th Philippine Toys, Hobbies and Collection Convention

Like… OMG! OMG! OMG!!!

They finally have a set date for the 2010 ToyCon!

According to the Official website of the Phil. Toys, Hobbies and Collectibles Convention (also known as ToyCon), it “will be held at the SM Megatrade Hall 2 and 3, Megamall, Mandaluyong City this June 19 & 20, 2010, from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM.”

This means… I need a Cosplay costume before June 19th!!! ~_~

Oh yeah, in case you haven’t noticed, I am a HUGE anime nut. Ever since I saw Voltes V and those sentai TV shows like Maskman, I’ve been into Japanese TV shows (even those batsu or punishment games shown in YouTube XD). And since I’ve visited the 2010 Otaku Expo, I have been hankering to get my hands on a costume worth cosplaying.

However, I am faced with the same dilemma that a lot of cosplayers go through… which is answering the question, “What character am I going to cosplay?”

I would really like to cosplay, but with my figure, it’s really hard to decide. I can’t exactly parade around MegaMall in a too-tight costume showing my wobbly bits to the people (and believe me, they are wobbly), so yeah, it’s hard to think about a costume that will compliment my size and shape. Not to mention there are issues about money and resources…

So, to you, my audience, I now ask a simple question. Which character can a 5 foot 3 fluffy woman with a weight of 80 kilos cosplay? And please… PLEASE don’t suggest Choji from Naruto. As much as I love Gaara, I’ve felt no feelings what-so-ever with the other characters of that anime. Well, maybe I CAN cosplay Tsunade… but I’m not a big fan of Naruto…

Geeze, God knows that if I had a figure of Angelina Jolie, I’d be parading around ToyCon in a Lara Croft outfit or something as bad a$$ and sexy as this chick:

Bayonetta

Look at all that leather…. XD

3 Comment(s) - What do you think?  Posted by ZenkX - February 7, 2010 at 12:16 am

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Of Wi-fi Testing

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Whoo-hoo!

ZenkX’s first wi-fi testing event!!! *oye~ oye~*

Yeah well, I’m here right now at SM Megamall, with my mentor, raredog, for my first ever Wi-Fi testing event here at the Atrium.

Honestly, I’m pretty psyched. It’s the first time ever I’ve been in a place with other bloggers. It’s pretty cool to see other people whipping out their laptops or phones to see if the Wi-Fi here at the mall is good like me.

It’s pretty good actually. I think all malls should have WiFi available in all their floors. It’s the new techie thing going on, and it’s pretty down right useful.

Personally, I think all public buildings should have WiFi. Not just malls, but also hospitals and schools. Especially schools. Being in the educational profession, I would definitely agree that WiFi connectivity and Internet access is crucial for education. There’s a lot to learn from surfing the Net, although someone should be able to monitor what exactly students are surfing. It’d be pretty ironic if students used the Net and surfed porn and they’d say, “it’s for Sex Ed.” XD.

Like the time I was in the hospital with my mom. They didn’t have any WiFi connection… or rather, the Wifi connection was strictly monitored. It was pretty annoying because we wanted to contact my dad who was abroad so much, but we couldn’t… because the frickin’ Wifi couldn’t reach our floor.

I guess the only place where Wifi wouldn’t be welcome would be churches. It’s be really funny if during the priest’s Homily, he would say, “Excuse me, but someone’s calling me on Skype.” Wahahaha! XD

Anyway, like I said, WiFi is a great technological advancement. Now if only the government could shell out enough money to provide WiFi connectivity for public places…

0 Comment(s) - What do you think?  Posted by ZenkX - July 5, 2009 at 3:19 pm

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Of Wi-fi Testing

wifi testing,sm megamall

Whoo-hoo!

ZenkX’s first wi-fi testing event!!! *oye~ oye~*

Yeah well, I’m here right now at SM Megamall, with my mentor, raredog, for my first ever Wi-Fi testing event here at the Atrium.

Honestly, I’m pretty psyched. It’s the first time ever I’ve been in a place with other bloggers. It’s pretty cool to see other people whipping out their laptops or phones to see if the Wi-Fi here at the mall is good like me.

It’s pretty good actually. I think all malls should have WiFi available in all their floors. It’s the new techie thing going on, and it’s pretty down right useful.

Personally, I think all public buildings should have WiFi. Not just malls, but also hospitals and schools. Especially schools. Being in the educational profession, I would definitely agree that WiFi connectivity and Internet access is crucial for education. There’s a lot to learn from surfing the Net, although someone should be able to monitor what exactly students are surfing. It’d be pretty ironic if students used the Net and surfed porn and they’d say, “it’s for Sex Ed.” XD.

Like the time I was in the hospital with my mom. They didn’t have any WiFi connection… or rather, the Wifi connection was strictly monitored. It was pretty annoying because we wanted to contact my dad who was abroad so much, but we couldn’t… because the frickin’ Wifi couldn’t reach our floor.

I guess the only place where Wifi wouldn’t be welcome would be churches. It’s be really funny if during the priest’s Homily, he would say, “Excuse me, but someone’s calling me on Skype.” Wahahaha! XD

Anyway, like I said, WiFi is a great technological advancement. Now if only the government could shell out enough money to provide WiFi connectivity for public places…

0 Comment(s) - What do you think?  Posted by ZenkX - at 7:19 am

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