Monday, January 25, 2010

Sayang-The Woman Who Does not Want to be the Other Woman

Dear insansapinas,


SAYANG, naalis na ang billboard at website. Umiral na naman ang aking gusto sa CHEESE-miz. Walang binatbat ang Krista Ranillo-Manny Pacquiao kung meron man. Wala rin ang short-lived na emo ni Kris over Mayen Austria (nagamit ba siya pag promote ng teleserye?

Ito talaga ipinakita sa mundo na siya ay soul mate ng isang executive thru billboards at website. WOW. Pkikurot nga ako.

Ito ang balita mula CNN.

New York (CNN) -- The former mistress of a married man has taken their relationship public in a big way -- a series of giant billboards of the happy couple erected in New York, San Francisco and Atlanta.

New Yorkers passing through midtown Manhattan this week saw the smiling faces of "Charles and YaVaughnie" beaming down upon them from one of two billboards in the city with the caption reading, "You are my soulmate forever! - cep."

At hindi naman ipinagkaila ng executive. WOW. Pakisampal nga ako.

Phillips, 50, the co-president of Oracle Corp., admitted the affair with Wilkins, 42, in a statement released by his spokeswoman Friday.

""I had an 8½-year serious relationship with YaVaughnie Wilkins," the statement said. "My divorce proceedings began in 2008. The relationship with Ms. Wilkins has since ended and we both wish each other well."

Ang hindi ko maintindihan ay ito: Pakiesplika nga. TOINKK

The billboards were an attempt by Wilkins to reclaim her version of her relationship with Phillips among friends and family -- not an act of revenge, Davila said.

By Friday, at least one New York billboard had been removed and the Web site was no longer active. The status of similar billboards in San Francisco was unclear. Two ads in Atlanta have also been removed, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Friday.

Davila said Wilkins refuses to be cast as the "other woman."


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