Saturday, November 27, 2010

Hyundai Motor Company a proud sponsor of YG FAMILY CONCERT 2010

Check this article found at the Korean car enthusiasts' site, Megaauto (Korean only):
In translation, Hyundai Motor Company will be a proud sponsor of the upcoming 2010 YG FAMILY CONCERT coming this December 4 and 5.

This concert will be lead by the powerhouse of YG Entertainment talents such as Big Bang, PSY, 2NE1, and SE7EN.

Corsa Bingo!

The kind of Corsa is some kind of a Corsa that made us yell bingo! Opel's UK subsidiary brand, Vauxhall, outfitted the Vauxhall Corsa (the pre-facelift version) with loads of bingo balls and the body is wrapped with some bingo sheet, kinda like the bingo cars all piled up.

Called the Corsa Bingo Ball Special, this is some kind of an art car to be displayed at the Vauxhall Bingo Club at Manchester this December 1st.

Whoever says Bingo, gets one of these specially designed Corsa.

The Opel/Vauxhall Corsa (formerly known as the Opel Vita in Japan until Opel's Japanese demise in 2006) is a compact car that is more of an eco car targeted for the European market. there will be a minor change coming next year!

If I were living in Great Britain, I would have to get the free ticket quick because up to 500 people can get it.


Another Bubble Gang Jejemon sketch?! (and commercial spoofs are back by popular demand!)

On the November 26, 2010 episode of Bubble Gang Kin-Z:

- Gags with one question: Sinong Kausap Mo?!

- Jejemon News! Jeje Alehar (Ogie Alcasid) and Jenica Sosyow (Maureen Larrazabal) giving viewers some Jejemon-worthy news straight to the Jejemon world!

- Another Cheche Bureche episode involves on "Christmas tree" and who will put the star on the top. In the end, both Bureche (Michael V) and the Christmas tree are down! ARRRGGGGHHHH!

- Bubble Gang takes on Ultimate Fighter (UFC) in a sketch called TLC (Tender Loving Championship), a mixed martial arts championship mixed with massage?! For the first time, a UFC Spoof!

- The return of the Bubble Gang Commercial Spoof due to public demand! Starting with an Ariel OxyBleach commercial Bubble Gang spoofed as Aerial OxyBleach! Michael V impersonates as Boy Abunda on that commercial spoof! Good to have that old Bubble Gang favorite back!

- Pag-Usapan natin. When the electric chair is on, the shocking will leave him saying "Hindi ako ready!" With the electricity stop, he'll say "Ready na ako!" Eh?

- Bonggang Bonggang Bongbong is here again on Sumbong Sumbong kay Bonggang Bongbong to tackle the most annoying cases involve on Facebook users with handsome/beautiful profile pics except they're ugly in person, women wearing sandals but their feet exceeds the sandal size, and couples sharing the song played on iPod.

- A teacher (Jackie Rice) complains to the principal (Maureen Larrazabal) that her student (Boy2 Quizon) took pervert action on her. Why? Because Jackie Rice is hot you know.

- Office meeting lacks focus.

Jejemon eclipse on the Bubble Gang JejeNews sketch

Friday, November 26, 2010

For Philippine Guys Only...

Cue the music titled "Cold Rock the Mic" by Apollo 440 please because Top Gear Philippines told that HARI (Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc.) will bring the new, guys only, Hyundai Accent next month!


After its South Korean Debut since November 2, the new, fourth-generation, Hyundai Accent is made for young guys only. Like in the Korean TV CF, no gents, no lads, GUYS ONLY! Not too young, not too old, just the right age. The Accent is made for guys in their right ages and competes with the other cars from this category.

Let's see if how many Filipino guys can be attracted by the "Guys Only" Accent...

I hope its the Korean-spec, not the China-spec one.

Next-generation Mazda6/Atenza will be more Shinari-like?

Check this scoop (Japanese):

In translation, a next-generation Mazda Atenza (known worldwide as the Mazda 6) will share a design based on the Mazda Shinari Concept '10,

Kodo, Japanese for Soul of Motion, represents the soul in motion, and the Shinari is one of them. Rumors or truth, I think the next Mazda6/Atenza will carry a Kodo design like the Shinari concept car...

Nanoha the Movie 1st DVD and Blu-Ray, debut!

Today, in November 26, 2010, most Japanese otakus are now ready to buy the DVD and Blu-Ray of Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha the Movie 1st, a movie adaptation of the Lyrical Nanoha anime since 2004. The movie was been in theaters since January 23, 2010 and now, the DVD and Blu-Ray of this movie is now here!

Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha the Movie 1st Blu-Ray Limited Edition

Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha the Movie 1st DVD Limited Edition

Seen here is the limited-edition DVD and Blu-Ray of this movie. It packs not just the movie (Movie in Disc 1 and Special Features in Disc 2), but also contains an alternate cover and a booklet.

Experiencing the very first Lyrical Nanoha movie from the comfort of your home theater sounds exciting!

Availability in Japan starts now. For foreign customers, find it on CDJapan, YesAsia, and other sites where they sold this one.

My GT5 First Impressions...

After double delays, at last, I finally got my hands on the much awaited GT5 for PS3! The one I bought is the Limited Collector's Edition.

This one's have limited availability. It features not just the game itself, but also an special book titled "Apex", a die-cast car, and loads of extras depending on what country. Mine got the U.S. version which not only has the ones mentioned but also I got some kind of a key chain, and the certificate. Plus, bonus five cars you can use it on the game, unless if you have a PSN account.

Now for my first impression, this game seems to be OK for me. I start the game using the 2007 Toyota Vitz RS 1.5 because of its starter price. As I progress, I gain more credits to buy my favorite cars such as the Subaru WRX STi 4-door and the Honda CR-Z.

Never realize that GT5 uses a "level system". In order to participate a race, you must be at the specific level. It applies both in A-Spec and B-Spec. It seems easy or difficult gaining a level before advancing through a certain level-restricted race. When you level up, you can race at certain level-restricted races and buy some level-restricted vehicles. For instance, the level required for buying a Subaru WRX STi 4-door (GVB) is Level 6. So, all I have to do is to keep racing to gain that kind of level. With the matched level and enough funds, I might be able to buy that car.

A-Spec races can be fun, but B-Spec races can be difficult because of your hired driver. At first, your newly hired driver may experiencing a hard time winning a race, but with the experience, it's a start. Either winning or losing, your driver can gain levels, but if the driver screwed up, the driver's experience may deteriorate. Also, pay attention to the driver's strength and mental strength while on the race.

I am already familiar with the difference between Standard tier cars (cars appeared from previous GT games) and Premium tier cars (cars that are new to the GT scene). However there is one car that ends all... the X1 Prototype.

You already know how it looks like and feels like, right? The X1 Prototype is made in collaboration with Red Bull Racing. It is a car exceeds all limitations and obtaining it can be a mystery for now. Only a true Gran Turismo maestro can obtain this mysterious king of racing machines. This car gives you wings, just like the Red Bull commercials; "Red Bull gives you wings". Opponents may surrender if the saw the X1 Prototype in a race, but owners of this prototype win always. Good luck finding that car!

I gotta say that this is the best installment ever made. Since this is on its first update, Polyphony Digital will post GT5 updates soon.

Don't worry, I'm not a KJ for online races.

Super cool special edition Honda models (but offered in Malaysia only)

2011 Honda Concept M Series

Three of the best Honda vehicles in the ASEAN market; the Civic, the Accord (Inspire in Japan), and the Jazz (Fit in other markets) are all kitted out with some aero kits and dubbed as the Concept M.

Concept M stands for two of the famous modifiers from Honda such as Modulo and Mugen. These Malaysian-spec Civic, Accord Inspire, and Fit/Jazz special editions made us so envy, we, Filipinos, wish to have one of these hot Honda models because these three were kitted out with aero parts!

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Toyota FJ Cruiser (GSJ15W) (Japan Spec)

2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser

First appeared as a concept car at the 2003 Detroit Motor Show, then it made its official sale at North America since 2006, the Toyota FJ Cruiser is a remarkable off road behemoth and dubbed as the Japanese Hummer because of such similar look. Most of them think that the FJ Cruiser is the copy of the Hummer H2, except the doors. Even Filipinos rarely bought a FJ Cruiser from a grey market import just so they can enjoy their off-road adventures throughout the toughest terrains in the Philippines. In the end of 2010, the FJ Cruiser is finally at the place where it was born, Japan.

Why Japan? Some Japanese off-road enthusiasts bought the Toyota FJ Cruiser (the North America-spec) from grey market imports, for example is BUBU, a Mitsuoka Motor owned specialty for grey market cars from North America., and why Toyota did not sell the FJ Cruiser officially even when this was built by Hino Motors. For after four years in North America and a few countries such as China, Toyota officially start selling the FJ Cruiser starting this early December, under the chassis code of GSJ15W.

On its outer appearance, try to even think that the FJ Cruiser is the carbon copy of the deceased Hummer, but the grille wears a literal Toyota badge spelled it out, paying homage to the legendary Toyota FJ40. What surprises them is the suicide half doors at the rear.

The interior is also a copy from a Hummer, however the JDM-spec FJ Cruiser doesn't have some dashboard peripherals at the middle like the North American-spec have. Unfortunately, the legroom for the driver is simply too tight to get through. Getting through the FJ Cruiser's driver's seat can be a frustrating. I wonder how did someone fit in the FJ Cruiser's driver's seat? Well, many dreaming to have the FJ Cruiser but only a few can fit in the driver's seat of the FJ Cruiser.

The FJ Cruiser is powered with the 1GR-FE (4.0-litre V6 DOHC Dual VVT-i engine) that powers up to 276PS/5,600r.p.m. at the torque of 38.8kg-m/4,400r.p.m. This spartan engine was not spartan enough to tackle through various distances because the fuel economy of the FJ Cruiser goes to a frugal 8.4km/L. The Part Time 4WD System that allows the user to switch various modes at the shift of the lever. It looks similar to the Mitsubishi Pajero Field Master, but experimenting with various modes depending on the terrain can be somewhat of a challenge. To get a grip thorough the rocky roads, the FJ Cruiser is armed with the X-REAS (Relative Absorber System) supplied by Yamaha.

My thoughts about the FJ Cruiser:
Not possibly a good SUV for the aficionado, but this makes a good parter in the eyes of politicians, celebrities (especially rappers), gangsters (Mafia, Triads, Yakuzas, Vory, whatever these criminals were), and adventurers. The forte of the FJ Cruiser is to deliver off-road excitement from the deserts, rocky roads, muddy pavements, and city streets. From the Arabian desert, the Grand Canyon of the USA, and now cruising through Hokkaido with the Japanese debut of the Toyota FJ Cruiser. Now, most Japanese will never come looking for a grey market FJ Cruiser anymore because all of Japanese Toyota dealerships will start selling the rugged joy of the FJ Cruiser this December. Remember, FJ stands for Fun and Joy!

Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5 (Japan Version)

WE LOVE CARS! After facing a double delay that leaves GT fans out cold, the much awaited fifth installment of Gran Turismo is finally here. And yes, this should be better than the rest.

The real driving simulator is the mother of all racing sims, now improved to satisfy the needs of every GT fans alike.

With over a thousand cars offered in GT5, players can now buy and collect as many cars as they want! Think of the Godzilla GT-R, Lancer Evo X, a WRX STi 5-door and 4-door, Lamborghini Gallardo, Ferrari California, Lotus Evora, and even the super cool exotics of 2010 such as the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and the Lexus LFA! There are hybrids also offered here such as the Insight, Prius, Mitsubishi i-MiEV or even the sport hybrid car Honda CR-Z (oh yeah! Gotta try it!) for sure! There are two car tiers in GT5. First off is the Standard tier. Standard tiers are cars from previous Gran Turismo games such as the R33 GTR, Silvia S13, Eunos Roadster, the first and second generation Impreza models, or even the ones from your Gran Turismo PSP game. Geez, that's a lot of Standard Tier cars. Second is the Premium Tier. This tier represents new to the Gran Turismo scene, such as the third-generation Prius, Subaru WRX STi 4-door (GVB), SLS AMG, Lexus LFA, Gallardo, and some to think of it. Premium Tier cars can offer a wide array of features that Standard Tier cars don't, like for instance; a view of the interior, dislocation of the car's body parts, or even take them to a Photo Travel.

In Gran Turismo 5, there are 26 tracks with 71 layouts offered to compete against your rivals. This is going to be a race around the world! From Germany to Italy, from Great Britain to the United States, from Tokyo to Monaco, experiencing a world class race like no other is a huge surprise. What's surprising us is the Top Gear Test Track, courtesy of BBC's Top Gear. Try testing your new cars on that track and see how fast are they!

As you progress, you might be able to participate in Special Events; such as the Jeff Gordon NASCAR school, Loeb's Rally Challenge, GT Rally, Grand Tour (from Eiger to Rome) and more. Think you got what it takes to take all of these special challenges?!

Two ways to race in Gran Turismo 5; the A-Spec mode is to race by yourself and the B-Spec mode is to race with your hired driver. To initiate B-Spec, create your own hired driver. Keep that your mind that all hired drivers have their own different personality and how it affects the race. A hired driver gain more experience if they keep on racing, either winning or losing, but if its too much, the hired driver's experience may drop. You can retire the hired driver if you want when the driver's past their prime. You can also use your hired driver for online competition called Remote Racing.

The biggest aspect of GT5 is online community. Aside from competing with your friends and rivals from all over the world, you can chat with them, gift them parts, share your created tracks and photos and more.


WE LOVE CARS! GT5 is one of the best racing titles made for the PS3 and it delivers total coolness and the "pogi points" we get from racing with everyone. With the new Course Maker, a list of cars, realistic damages, around the world races, hired drivers, and more, I gotta say that is the best! After being delayed twice, we finally got our hands on the game everyone's talking about!


Official site:

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

10 best 2011 cars of North America according to Car and Driver!

It's here! According to an American car magazine Car and Driver, here is the ten best 2011 cars!

1) BMW 3-Series (sedan, coupe, wagon, M3)

2) Cadillac CTS-V (sedan and coupe)

3) Chevrolet Volt

4) Ford Mustang GT

5) Honda Accord Inspire + USDM Accord Coupe

6) Honda Fit/Jazz

7) Hyundai Sonata YF

8) Mazda Roadster/MX-5 Miata

9) Porsche Boxster and Cayman

10) Volkswagen Golf (base, GTi, and R)

Congrats to the ten cars!

Full details:

100-octane Petron Blaze, debut!

Despite the fuel shortage because of the pipeline closure, Petron has a burning passion to bring the high octane fuel suitable for the likes of high-performance cars, even the Nissan GT-R R35 and the Subaru WRX STi 4-door.

The Petron Blaze is now 100-octane!


HELL YEAH! Most owners of high performance sports cars can now visit Petron for the new 100-octane Blaze. However, I am not happy for the pricing.

With fuel prices rising and the pipeline closure issue, I guess only a few can fit in the new 100-octane Petron Blaze.

Despite that, hot cars are welcomed.

Official Petron site:

Speedlab coming to Clark Speedway in Q1 2011!

I found some news for those car addicts lived in Northern and Central Luzon:

YES! Speedlab's coming to Clark International Speedway! For those who don't know what's Speedlab, Speedlab is the Philippines' after-market tuning shop that offers lots of tuning parts from various brands such as HKS, tanabe, GReddy, Toda Power, H&R, Bilstein, Cusco, Tein, and any other brands offered in Speedlab. They also offer lubricants such as Motul and Eneos.

I know this is good news, but the Clark Speedway branch of Speedway coming this 2011. Looking forward to it!

Official Speedlab site:

A real Korean drama happened between North and South...

Check this news:

The revenge between North Korean and South Korea was so deadly, seeing it makes it more like a Korean drama happening.

So tearful...

Can't these two Korean countries stop fighting each other?

This is some kind of a Korean drama, even real...

We, as Filipinos, enjoyed most from South Korea; from Korean stars, singers, products, even cars with diesel engines (CRDi, e-VGT, R-diesel engine). We Filipinos must pray that the fight between North and South Korea must be stopped.

Monday, November 22, 2010

My Top Gear USA first impressions

It was cold Sunday night in Seattle, WA, when I flickered the remote to the History Channel just to watch the pilot episode of the North American version of the hit BBC car magazine show, Top Gear.

The first episode of Top Gear US came out on a good start. There was a challenge between a Dodge Viper and a Cobra attack chopper, a segment called "Big Star, Small Car" invites former astronaut Buzz Aldrin to drive the Suzuki SX4 crossover, and a challenge of the three bulls, that is, three raging Lambos; the Gallardo SuperLeggera, the special edition Gallardo Balboni, and the raging fast Murcielago Super Veloce.

Adam Ferrera, Tanner Foust, and Rutledge Wood are the American versions of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May. Oh, and by the way, The Stig also shows up in Top Gear US. The Stig looks more original to the original UK version.

I'm impressed how the North American version of Top Gear turned out to be. Expect see more of them!

Official Top Gear America site:

Toyota New Ractis (NCP120/NCP125)/Verso-S

October 2010, at the Mondial D' Automobile (Paris Motor Show) in Paris, France, Toyota unveiled the Verso-S hatchback that is redesigned to take on other popular hatchbacks from Europe, including Euro-friendly Japanese compacts such as the Honda Fit/Jazz. In Japan, the Toyota Verso-S is known as the second-generation Toyota Ractis!

2011 Toyota Ractis

Now on its second-generation (chassis code: NCP120/NCP125), the new Toyota Ractis is all new ,inside and out, and retains its compact sizing, making it a perfect rival to the Honda Fit/Jazz, Mitsubishi Colt, Suzuki Swift, or even international ones like the Hyundai Getz/Click, Kia Morning/Picanto, BMW 1-Series, Opel Corsa, or even the Ford Fiesta. This new generation is designed to be somewhat European in the eyes of compact car consumers.

2011 Toyota Ractis

There are three styles to choose from the new Ractis (much like the Toyota Mark X's standard, premium, and sports type); the Standard Type (G, X) is the basic Ractis variant suitable for those who want it simple. The Ractis L'epice is designed to be the most stylish Ractis made for those who want a sense of style. The front of the Ractis L'epice looks more like a distorted smiley face. Last, but truly an enthusiasts' choice, is the Sports Type (Ractis S), which features every sporty detail such as the sporty headlamps, standard fog lamps, rear lamps similar to the Ractis L'epice, sporty rims, and a dark interior that is perfect to call the Sports Type the "Euro Answer" for the enthusiasts.

Under the hood, the new Ractis comes with two engine types; a 1NR-FE (1.3-litre) DOHC Dual VVT-i engine and the high performance 1NZ-FE (1.5-litre) DOHC VVT-i engine. The 1NR-FE engine is great for those who needed fuel economy because the fuel economy of this entry-level engine reaches 20.0km/L. For those who want more power than the 1NR-FE engine, the 1NZ-FE engine is truly an adventurers' type because of the power output of 109PS/6,000r.p.m. and the torque output of 14.1kg-m/4,400r.p.m. Most Ractis variants from the standard, L'epice, to the sports type, are equipped with the Super CVT-i for optimized fuel economy. This results for a greater 50% tax cut thanks to Japan's "Eco-Car Genzei" system.
Oh, and one more thing, the Sports Type comes with the paddle shifters that makes it a fun to drive Euro-Japanese compact.

2011 Toyota Ractis interior

The interior of the new Ractis is evolved to make it more European than the odd interior from the previous model. Even with the Ractis' interior evolved to suit the needs for the consumers, the comfort of being a compact car remains the same. The available auto aircon looks even more easier to operate. Cooling down or warming the interior made simpler on the new Ractis. On the driver's view, the new Ractis comes with the new optitron meters. The new available glass roof is the main attraction of the new Ractis. Once you checked inside the new Ractis, you'll never guess what will come next for this Euro-Japanese compact!

My thoughts about the Ractis:
I have a feeling that Fuji Heavy Industries are going to use the second-generation Ractis for their own version called the Trezia. As far as I know, the Trezia will look like this, a Ractis/Verso-S with the Impreza's face.

Anyway, before this Trezia comes out, feel free to enjoy the European goodness in this Euro-Japanese compact that will come out in Europe next year. Who knows, this new Ractis/Verso-S can come to the Philippines soon to take place from the ugly squarish Echo Verso (FunCargo). What comes if the next-generation Vitz/Yaris comes out?

The new Ractis is designed and engineered to be more European thanks to its European performance, European design, and European packaging. The new Ractis is truly a Japanese compact with the heart of Europe.

Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation

Sunday, November 21, 2010

K-On!! Character Image CD 1 - 5

With the success of the second season of K-On (K-On!!, 日本名: けいおん!!), Pony Canyon unveiled the second series of the K-On Character Image CD Series. This time, you can experience each of the Hokago Tea Time members' songs at the comfort of your own home. You can start at Yui Hirasawa and end it with Azusa Nakano, whatever floats your desire. Which of these is your type?

1) Yui Hirasawa (CV: Aki Toyosaki)

2) Mio Akiyama (CV: Yoko Hikasa)

3) Ritsu Tainaka (CV: Satomi Sato)

4) Tsumugi Kotobuki (CV: Minako Kotobuki)

5) Azusa Nakano (CV: Ayana Taketatsu)



Masaharu Fukuyama is much more of a talented TV star thanks to the TV shows, movies, and commercials made his appearance. He's also one of the coolest singers in the J-Pop world.

The best songs from Masaharu Fukuyama are here in this special compilation album packed with all of the favorite MasaFuku songs, including songs heard in Japanese commercials. It's a 4-disc collection of MasaFuku's best songs, keeping all the Masaharu Fukuyama fans craving more from Masaharu Fukuyama himself.

The fourth CD is a single CD, which includes 石塊のプライド from the latest Dunlop Tire commercial, and 心color ~a song for the wonderful year~ from the latest Toshiba Regza ad. Thanks to his endorsements, I guess this extra package scored us with some craving from one of the coolest Japanese personalities.


1. 追憶の雨の中/
2. 逃げられない
3. 約束の丘
5. Good night
7. All My Loving
8. 遠くへ
9. 恋人
10. Marcy’s Song
13. Good Luck
14. Message
15. Heart
16. you

2. Peach!!
3. Squall
4. Gang★
5. 桜坂
6. 蜜柑色の夏休み
7. 虹
8. ひまわり
9. それがすべてさ
10. 泣いたりしないで
12. あの夏も 海も 空も
13. milk tea
14. 東京にもあったんだ

2. 明日の☆SHOW
3. 最愛
4. 想 -new love new world-
5. 化身
6. はつ恋
7. KISSして

1. 心color ~a song for the wonderful year~
2. 石塊のプライド
3. 道標 2010
4. 心color ~a song for the wonderful year~ (Original Karaoke)
5. 石塊のプライド (Original Karaoke)
6. 道標 2010 (Original Karaoke)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

Year: 2010

Filmmaker: Warner Bros.

Cast: Daniel Radcliffe
Emma Watson
Rupert Grint

As we all know, Deathly Hallows is the final chapter of the fan favorite Harry Potter series. Since this final chapter loads a lot of pages, Warner Bros. decided to split the movie adaptation into two parts. Part One was now showing in theaters and Part Two coming this Summer 2011. But first, let's explain how Part One looks like...

As Lord Voldemort gains power and took control of the Ministry of Magic, he's much more unstoppable. But only Harry, Ron, and Hermione can stop him. As the trio of best friends forced to drop out from Hogwarts, they must find the Horcruxes to stop Voldemort before the Dark Lord commence total world domination.

Part One packs a lot of magic and suspense, and also a loss of someone special as someone know it. Anyone noticed it what exactly happened at Part One?

This first half of the finale packs more visual effects most kids of all ages, especially HP nerds and newbies alike, surely love, and also the elements beyond good and evil is all part of this story.

After watching Part One, think you're ready to savor the last eight months of Harry-ism?! Good luck!

Melai's tips to survive the traffic boredom...

The November 20 episode of ABS-CBN's Banana Split superpoked us with another fresh batch of showbiz news from Balitang Siksik Showbiz Edition, some beerhouse end and restaurant jokes, "Domo Arigato Mr. Roboto" with the Banana Split boys, and a game of Huwag Kang Lilingon.

Also, Kuya Keem (John Prats) tells more about parties in "Mga Shorts ni Kuya Keem". Seems someone throwing a wild party, especially some gate crasher (Jason Francisco) showed up. The biggest gate crasher in the party is inventor Igor Stojokovic Krystic (Ryan Bang) with his "pillow in head" invention.

Also crashing the party is our favorite advice giver, Melai Cantiveros, for some tips to help you survive the dreaded traffic condition on M3: Melai Mo Magwork.

5) Be a windshield wiper during traffic conditions. Bring some cleaning utensils, then when traffic's getting worse, your windshield wiping job's getting bright.

4) Establish a mobile "sari-sari" store!

3) If its getting hotter, try to go sun-bathing on the car's hood!

2) If traffic's getting worse, a fast food delivery is an option. Time to order some snacks during a heavy traffic!

1) If you want to go to your destination during a heavy traffic, lock your car and walk through your destination.

"Traffic boredom? Who needs it?" if you follow Melai's top 5 tips on M3!
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