“I want to live life with lesser “shoulds” and more “cans.”
This is a short story, as told in first perspective, about a man who was having the time of his life one night without knowing he’s screwed all over again. Call him Onyx and you’ll know how he got screwed by reading the following texts.
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Our panting intensified as we took the final chapter of our ride. Her body was such a divine eternity drenched in sweat. Skin as flawless as paper. Curve of her hips almost in perfection. Two nipples as big as cherries. This girl was hot! Nailing me in her bed with great satisfaction. Burning my agonies one-by-one.
Justine Ferrer, the 29-year-old businesswoman and labeled as the beauty queen of this season was ousted and honestly, I didn’t really understand her “coming out” revelations. I was not playing naive here, I created numerous possibilities of what she’s saying her “uniqueness.” The problem was, which of those possibilities she’s in and even Paolo Bediones, the host, could not blurt it out. Being “unique” spoke volumes and yeah, I assume they will air the clear discussions on the next episode.
For the meantime, allow me to enumerate Justine’s weaknesses as a player.
1) Too Much Talking– Talking in the game of Survivor is not really a big crime only if you can channel your talks to your advantage. The case with Justine is, her talks are thrash. Thrash talking can be her playing style but in the game of Survivor, she is not doing it the right way. Talk but never forget to edit what you talk.
2) Weakling– Justine tried her best in challenges unfortunately, her best is not enough. Every human being has a weakness and as a castaway it’s up to you how to convert that weakness into strength. Kaye Alipio, of Survivor Season 1 belonging to Naak Tribe, was not physically strong but she still secured her spot in the jury and only came short before the final five.
Kaye is not Justine. Justine is not Kaye but that is the one thing missing in Justine’s game. Justine played the game with lots of emotions. She didn’t emerge as the leader or the second-best leader but that’s okay. The big problem is, she allowed herself to be devoured by her own thrash talks.
Yet, who knows, there is still a twist and it appears Justine will come back. Is she?
Airai (Shaun, Vlad, Troy, Cris, Maya, Jef, Mika and Amanda) won the First Reward Challenge and the First Immunity Challenge, thanks for their team hardwork. During the Reward Challenge, Airai wasted some time inside the puzzle maze. The puzzle makers in Korror (Carol and Justine) already started to untie the puzzle pieces in knots.
Thanks to Jef (22) and Maya (32). These two ladies showed distinct greatness and wasted no time for talks. They untie the knots like beasts, using their teeth and fingers. Feeling confident all along, Maya and Jef immediately finished the puzzle to gave their the tribe the triumph they deserved.
Korror started strong during the Immunity Challenge. Airai was bit struggling in carrying the 89 kilos stone monolith. However, seems like Aira’s team consistency remained their strongest suit in the game and immediately advanced into the next phase of the challenge: To carry the monolith over the other side of a triangular wall.
All castaways were sweating and grunting like crazy that moment. Both teams were put in rough test. The challenge was not only about power but also mental toughness. It was Airai who juggled the perfect formula at their advantage. Amanda (the “Stephenie LaGrossa” of this season at 25) and Shaun (the season’s “Tom Westman”) ran towards the pit of dried leaves and success, Shaun found the Immunity Idol.
Safe from First Tribal Council, Aiari was put in authority either or not to give the supply crate to Korror. Jef said “no” but the oldest castaway in Korror (Carol) was awarded with Immunity Bracelet, guaranteeing a spot in the Top 15.
Who will be voted out in Survivor Philippines’ Season 2 First Tribal Council?
It’s anyone’s game now. If Marvin and Suzuki cemented their alliance with Louie and two other mates, they will probably be safe. Yet, if the group decided to oust the strongest castaway, either Marvin, Suzuki or Louie are in the chopping block.
Getting rid of the strongest is absolutely a risky move for Korror (Marvin, Suzuki, Louie, Charles, Echo, Carol, Tara, Justine). Airai maimed them in three consecutive challenges and that’s no joke. Right now, what they need is power and their ability to convert that power to win.
The setting was in Palau. All sixteen castaways were in and were divided into two, Airai and Korror.
The oldest castaways, Cris (39) and Carol (45), selected their tribemates. What awesome about it was, Amanda and Jef were in Airai while Suzuki and Marvin belonged to Korror. These four first impression bets got all the airtime they need and clearly the eyecandies of this season. Marvin already created an alliance with Louie and I was not 100% sure if they bring Suzuki into it.
And yeah, this season’s opening credit was better than last year. The overall editing was good but I disliked the commercial breaks. Paolo Bediones did great (just a little tight in the introduction when he said: “39 days, 16 castaways, 1 Pinoy sole survivor) in hosting but couldn’t deny the fact I was like watching a short action-packed tennis clip with numerous double faults in service.
Come on GMA 7, the people deserved more than that. Transfer the show to an earlier timeslot and cut all the breaks that devour the entire substance and quality of the episode. I can’t make a promise I can still watch this season five days a week. However, I see to it I’ll be on GMA Official Blog to get the freshest bites.