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Go straight to the ‘comfort’ of comfort food with 8 Cuts Burger Blends’ Daily Steals.

by Gaby Gloria

Just because they’re called reps, doesn’t mean you have to repeat it every single day.

by Maine Manalansan

The most wonderful time of the year is finally here.

by Maine Manalansan

Horror movies may not be for everybody, but Halloween had always been an exception. It’s such a huge celebration of mystery, fear, and the crazies that a marathon is simply in order. From slashers to supernatural to extraterrestrial, nothing screams terror more than the classic characters written in every predictable way. It’s a formula so terribly effective that they’ve even made an entire series of parodies after it. (See: Scary Movie 1 to 453.)

So in the spirit of Halloween, bring out the movies, get the popcorn, ready the booze and round up the gang. Here’s a quiz to find out which cringe-worthy stereotype you are and how you’re most likely to die. After all, what’s Halloween if not one-big cliché party?

by Tin Sartorio

A Snakes and Ladders-inspired board game to help you master the ups and downs of showbiz.

 

Admit it: when you were young, you were the only person in class who wanted to be the next Mara in Mara Clara when asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” You’re one of those kids who shamelessly performed during family Christmas parties for extra moolah.But getting that celebrity status doesn’t always happen instantly. Not everyone can be a viral hit on YouTube or Dubsmash. Some people actually have to go to casting calls and audition for their part. Unless your parents are showbiz royalty, you won’t get that sought-after inaapi role right away. So while you’re waiting for your big break, we’ve created a Snakes and Ladders-inspired board game to help you master the ups and downs of show business. All you need is a die, a token and your hunger to climb to the top of the celebrity ladder. So start from the bottom to find your way to the top.

by Maine Manalansan

For some of us, performing is second nature. When you were young, you’re the only person in class who wanted to be the next Mara in Mara Clara when you were asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” You even rehearsed Kathryn Bernardo’s (or Judy Anne Santos, depending on how old

by Maine Manalansan

Comedy is a vast world, one where the truly funny and the punishingly awful exist in one big jalopy. It’s easy to keep up with your faves via Netflix (or less legal means), but that also means that you have way more comedy on-hand than your parents ever did at your age. It blows our

by Marga Buenaventura