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Aritos

Update: I made a brief introduction about Pictures of Life (Hulagway sa Kinabuhi) on my sidebar just above the Bisdak links. There's an English version of this post below for friends & visitors who do not read Bisaya; and well, for fun in linguistic exercise as well.

A as in Aritos
 
Motoo mo nga aritos ni? Murag dako ra no? Labi nag gamay imo dalunggan. Sa tray sa mga aritos man ni nako nakit-an. Gipalit nako bisag di ko mosuot. Tan-aw tan-awon lang. 

Laing rason nganong nipalit ko ani kay mura man gud syag karaan. Kanang mga butang bitaw nga makita nimo kasagaran sa mga taw-an nga balay. Horor.... Ambot di pa man unta ko tantong tiguwang nganong tiniguwang naman ni akong hilig. Basi pud kay nabuang man gud ko ron ug kwirk klasik (Quirk Classics) nga mga libro. Kaning way mabuhat usahay.

Dia ra ang pares. Luspad na si inday kay byote shat mood akong gigamit ani pap-haon man sa kamera ang pwede niya mapapha nga lagum.   


Tua pay daghang entre sama ani sa Bisdak Bloggers. Sigi agpas na. Aw bilini sa diay kog komentaryo :) Maglaroy-laroy ko sa inyong mga blag taud-taud.

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Will you believe these are earrings? Aren't they rather too big especially if your earlobes were small? I found them displayed among other earrings on a tray, and bought them even though I have no plans at all of wearing them. They are my eye candy.

Another reason why I bought them is because the style looks ancient. You know those stuff you see in haunted houses giving off a horror feel. Nowadays I am crazy about Quirk Classic books. So that could be another attribution to this insanity. I'm not that old yet but I gravitate towards old or old-looking things. I just love them!

The second shot is the pair in pale effect. I used the beauty shot mood of my camera.

There are more entries like this on Bisdak Bloggers. Head on over but before you do, please leave me some comments :) I will stroll down your blogs in a bit.

Comments

GAGAY said…
ate hazel! kyuuut kaau imu aritos!pwede pangayuon?LOL!
Mommy Rubz said…
Pastilan, nosebleed man pud ko basa ba. Karer gyud ni imo Sis kay pati tanan words bisaya gyud. Ako nag mix lang ko kay ga lisod nako huna-huna. Hahaha... Nice kaayo imo aritos. Vintage kaayo ang dating.
Hazel said…
O ali dri Gay, imo na ning isa :D

Mommy Rubz, gitinuod nalang gyud nakog bisaya sis bsag namilipit pud gamay akong dila. Kung di na kaagwanta mangitag diksyonare heheheh
genefaith said…
aritos?..arites sa amo lagi..he..he..ganahan gyud ko niini nga mga klase sa arites, makapanlingi man pod ta pag naay mosoot niini:)

dugay na wa ko kabisita diri ba Ma'am Hazel...nice to see you again...he..he..unsaon mn ning busy kaayo atong beauty pero salamat sa Bisdak bloggers, nakahimamat nasab teka:)
uy kachada sa imong aritos, victorian kaau ug mga style
Hazel said…
Mo vary ang spelling ug pronunciation Gene. Kadungog pud ko pirme anang Arites. Glad to see you again. Aw wa na kalahutay unsay binisaya ana hahahahah!

wifetoalineman02, mao. ma feeling victorian lagi ta ani di oras :-)
gengen said…
Nagngisi gyd ko sa pagbinasa sa posting...Naa pod ko atites ba nga vintage look sa akoa mani ugangan pero di man ko mosoot...Sige anhi sa ko naa pod ko entry...
Tina said…
Pagka anindot kaayo sa imong aritos day.. tinuod tiniguwang na apan naa ra man na sa pag sul ob nimo day.. basta gwapa ta.. angayan gihapon ka. ug ako pud.. ug kitang mga bisdak.. :)
Raya said…
uy pagka anindot!!
Hazel said…
gengen, sa tinood lang mura bitaw nag arites sa mga mader-in-lo hahahah!

Pastilan day Tina nipanaw kos imong blag kay e add nako imo link sa akong sidebar d man ko kasulod. Mousab ko basig naulian nang blogspot. Nalibog cguro ni siya sa atong linguahe ba nyahahahah!
Vernz said…
helo, wahh lingawa jud nako aning meme-ha oi... mangawas ang tinaguang binisaya.. bitaw dako ra jud.. bug-at sad.. hahah...
Hazel said…
Raya, salamat.

Vernz, naa na juy ni uyon sa akong isyu aning aritosa nyahahaha!
""rare*jonRez"" said…
Aritos ug aritis-- pareho ra na? Abi ko makaon ang aritos, murag lami man gud paminawon. Nindot ni imong aritos diri o kay makasamot ug ka-gwapa. Basta bisdak gwapa baya daw, samot pa jud ug ma-aritosan! :)

Suroya unya akong alibangbang miga sa di pa molupad! ;-)

Alibangbang. As in Butterfly
January said…
hehehe.. ang ako pud k arites. Kadako pud ani imo arites oi.. mura jud ni antik.. hehe

Ahos
Arites-Alahas
Avi said…
AY kanindot ba ani! Pero murag musubay pud imong dunggan pananog ug musuot ka ani b..hahha. pero tuod, maau gud sya nga ikolekta ba. ingon pa nila, pag karaan daw kay mas mahal ang kantidad..basig unya pwd na na i-bid ug mahal mahal, di ba, sosyal ka!

Ganahan diay kag libro? Pasabta daw ko anang Quirk Classics? Natagbaw nakog basag romansa lisud man kaau iapply sa bana hahha. pero paborito nako si jane austen. unsa na quirk classics? may pagka victoria woolf?? ana ba?
halo, mao ni akong unang pagbisita ngari sa imong palasyo. kanice sa imong share karon kay aritos...kong sa amoa pa, ariyos or arites. Maau jud ning maghibalag mga bisdak kay bisdak mag-nosbled man gihapon ta. Maau ang pagkakuha sa litrato...

hinaot makavisit sad ka sa akong hulagway:
Anagon
clavs said…
kulba kayo na aritos murag karaan da?
basin kabilin na siya? (katawa dayon)
clavs
☆Mama Ko☆ said…
Hi Haze, mura ug antik imung aritos. nindot bitaw sd nang antik tan awon lng ana sd ko. ka buotan nimu ky imu gipakapinan ug english version hehehe

http://bastabisdakgwapa.blogspot.com/2011/03/hulagway-sa-kinabuhi-1-para-sa-asin.html
Hazel said…
di na binuotan Mommy Ko. Gapraktis na between usa ka dialecto ug usa ka linguahe lol!
Anonymous said…
Salamat para sa mga kagiliw-giliw na blog

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