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#8 – Aisha

| November 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Aisha is Raji’s little sister. She can be a little shy, but nothing can get her talking more than the Inspector Kuneho cartoon series because it’s the best show ever. EVER. No matter what Pipay thinks. Aisha loves solving cases and writing news reports about them. She has a weird fascination for tabloid headlines.

#7 – Thirdy

| November 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Thirdy insists on being called Thirdy. Not because his real name is weird-sounding, but it spares him from having to distinguish himself from his dad and grandpa whenever someone calls their house. Thirdy loves hanging around HMA for two reasons: girls and better street food selections.

#5 – Darren

| November 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

Darren doesn’t talk much. Truth be told, he thinks he doesn’t need to either. He’ll answer questions about his t-shirts, though. Darren lives next door to Adrian with his older brother and can often be found hanging out with his guitar and his three cats.

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#4 – Belinda

| November 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

Not much is known about Belinda, but there are rumors that she’s a witch and that the notebook she always carries around contains a list of people she’s cursed.

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#3 – Maddy

| November 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Being the ukay* queen of the neigbourhood, Madelynne Mae has a particular knack for making the most out of 100 pesos-per-pound specials at the local thrift stores. A true DIY-er at heart, Maddy is often seen hanging out in Quiapo and Divisoria looking for materials to develop her handcrafted jewelry and cellphone charms. Sometimes Maddy’s outlandish fashion sense can get too much for the conservative sensibilities of the nuns (and her peers) at Holy Mary Academy. But hey, the opportunity to wear civvies to school only comes thrice a year, there’s no way she’s going to miss out.

(*-ukay, short for ukay-ukay, which literally translates to ‘dig-dig’, is the Filipino term for thrift stores. Connotes the jumble of clothing and items one has to literally dig through to find treasure)

#2 – Cielo

| November 2, 2012 | 1 Comment

Cielo Go hates you. Probably. Or you could just be a pet peeve, and goodness knows she has an entire list. It’s hard to know what makes her crack a smile, but she’s been known to enjoy putting weird (but delicious) things in her baking and will never miss an opportunity to put curse words in the icing. She also enjoys reading out bad poetry submissions at school paper staff meetings.

#1 – Adrian

| November 2, 2012 | 1 Comment

Adrian has been around for a long time now, way back when I was planning my senior thesis in art skool (wow that was more than a year ago omg). A bit about Adrian: She used to sing in the youth choir at church but got really lazy and ambivalent once high school rolled around. She and a neighbour have been trying to think of a name for their guitar-and-handclap band for years.