Treasure Island

Pacific Hernandez

(September 17,1937 / Marikina City)

Email Address and Emoticons


Ang first name ko'y Hapis, ang surname ay Dusa
Ang aking middle name ay Buntunghininga
Siempre ako ay merong Permanent Address
Sa Number 13-B Kalungkutan Street
Nasa panulukan ng Calle Pasakit
Barangay Pighati, sa Lunsod ng Tiis

Email address ko ay balisa@ynaku! .com
At facebook user name ako din ay meron
I am Mr. Worrysome aka Mr. Lament
Ang aking password ay woe24/7

Ang emoticons ko ay napakarami
Ang pinakamadalas ay icon ng Worry
Emoticon ng Joy ako na ay wala
Ang madalas ay Pain, dahil na'y matanda

Submitted: Wednesday, March 06, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 06, 2013

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