Rants. Raves. And Ruminations.
@ engel : Ha! I'm sure you're more of a Gabardine man, yourself. ;-P
I'm gonna cry.
@ Tristan : Polyester does that to me, too.
ermmm i am not familiar with textiles. i had to google what gabardine is. =)
@ engel : That's what I like about you. Your open and curious mind. While I know you're a straight man's gay man, pretty soon we can be discussing the debits of bengaline vs. crinoline ahahaha!
@_@ bengaline, crinoline, gabardine? nosebleed. *runs away now* .. ugghh.. *faints* but seriously did what does the "bu" in bulook means? bu might have a meaning ... uhmm ... errr ... *faints*hahaha.
ditto. akala ko nga yung textiles and floor tiles same lang. now im educated. familiar ako sa gabardine kasi nagamit namin yun as a nurse uniform.
@ i am beki : So much for the stereotype of gay men being interested in fashion haha! Since my Thai is practically non-existent, I have no idea what "bu" means, khrup! Although I believe in Mandarin "bu" means "don't."Well, when it comes to polyester, "bu" indeed.
@ Ming : LOL @ texTILES and floorTILES! Witty ka, ha!
i still don't get it. whats with polyester and "bu"?the fabric that is existing in my world are only: cotton and denim.all fabrics that does not resemble that of denim are assumed as cotton, all fabrics that does not resemble denim are all cotton.although i know the terms velvet, cashmere, silk and so on. but i really don't care, for me they all fall into the category of cotton!hahahaha
"Thai Filaments ... "filaments are those that are used inside a light bulb riight?hahaha.
@ i am beki: Well, you can never go wrong with cotton. It's the chicken of fabrics.
@ i am beki: Re: filamentsThe term “filament” is used in a number of different ways, with the meaning usually being clear from the context. Most of the uses of this word stay true to the Latin root, which means “to spin,” referencing the fact that filaments are long strings of material, which may be made from anything from wool to interstellar gases, depending on the filament in question.-From WiseGeek
re: filaments.. oohh.. haha."interstellar gases" - nice terminology. i wonder how i can use it in a sentence."an astronaut farts in the space, he emits a what you call an "interstellar gas"".hahaha. just havin' fun in your comment box. hope u don't mind :p
@ i am beki : Not at all, haha. Sabi nga ni Eternal Wanderer, gawin nating Chat Box ito hahaha.And nice one with the interstellar gas pun.
SMB - Style Mo Bulok!I can't place where people use tetoron... aprons nga ba or labgowns?
@ I Am Lukayo: Bingo! Galing mo, bro.As for tetoron, it's so synthethic I wouldn't be surprised if it could stop bullets. The very sight of it stops me dead-cold in my tracks, for instance.
Lukayo: SMB - Style Mo Balahura! hahahahahRude: i think i'll choose gold lamé over crinoline for my evening aftan anytime. though tetoron sounds quite avant garde! hahahaha
@ Eternal Wanderer : Somehow, I can picture your blonde fabulousness making a grand, late entrance to this Chat Box in a shimmering shantung silk muu-muu.Walang sinabi ang Project Runway!
nakakatuwa naman ang discussion tungkol sa tela. dami kong natutunan. para tuloy gusto ko nang mag-aral manahi. jowk! hehehe! :)
@ Aris: Kagula-gulantang nga! Ngayon, alam ko na talagang laos na si Lindsay Lohan, dahil kahapon, nilangaw ang kanyang post. Samantalang isang hamak na tetoron lamang, tumabo sa takilya.
where do you want me to hold you? *smiles naughtily*
reg Tetoron, napapaghalata ang age mo. hihihi.
@i am beki - reg filaments on light bulb - yeah, tungsten filament yun. one of the strongest known metals in the planet. *geeky alert*
@ Mr. Scheez : Age doesn't matter, if the matter doesn't age. :P
SMB- Sarap Maging Bakla!
All the talk about fabrics is making my head spin. I guess I'm not gay in that (fabric-ized) way... LOLs
@ I Am Lukayo : You can say we're not all cut from the same...cloth.