About Boy in Plaid

I only realized that I had too many plaid stuff when a good friend, Kwyn Aquino, drew a caricature of me wearing plaid long-sleeves. We were seatmates in Theology, so we saw each other every other day.

Well, not every other day.

I cut that subject a lot, and I mean a lot. There was a time our professor called my attention, because he was surprised I was actually present. Mind you, that semester I was writing for an online publication, while heading an organization, and taking on a full load (24 units, to be exact). So we didn’t actually see each other every other day.

Okay, that’s not the point.

The point is, I have a lot of plaid stuff. I even have plaid underwear.

I think that like the design, I’m so much of a mix.

That’s why I love plaid. It’s so me.

“And it reflects how crazy, loopy you are.”

Kwyn didn’t actually say it like that, I’m paraphrasing.

Okay fine, I made that quote up.

8 thoughts on “About Boy in Plaid

  1. Hi Jeff. I found your blog from the blogroll of toinfinitxiannebeyond who subscribed to mine (I’m not sure who owns it). How have you been? How are your classmates? I see Bek Tulad on TV! Haha.

    You look good in whatever plaid. And crazy and loopy is refreshing. 🙂

  2. Thanks Jeff! Keep up the work man. They keep informing people like me who barely have access to the web.

  3. We would like to apologized for the error on our recent blog post about Shamcey Supsup National Costume/Evening Gown for Miss Universe 2011. We have taken an appropriate action.
    We always gives credit and courtesy to all the post we use on our blog. I’m just unsure what happens there. I have asked my other co-admins and they said they forgot due that they lost your blog link. Yet, thanks for correcting us. We’re happy to fix it and gives you credit. I’m the main admin and would like to apologize again for the inconvenience. I’m happy to put your blog link to our ‘blog list’. 🙂

    Thank you.

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