While we’re on the topic of male pageants, here’s another Philippine rep who is making a mark (no pun) in the contest, Man of the World. Fil-Lebanese Nadim Elzein is rarin’ and daring in his swimwear shoot at the international finals currently being held on local shores. Will he make it? Will he get the Mr. Bulge special award?
Here’s to an enjoyable weekend to all, however you planned your Saturdays and Sundays. Lots of things to do! Maybe go away for a while and take your thoughts off the stressful zone. Or just stay home and stay by the pool. Man of the Year Karanjit Singhdole is relaxed, as the weekend is already here!
The main purpose of male personality contests, aside from, of course, fostering world peace, alleviating poverty, and raising awareness for HIV that is timely and relevant to our country, is to show off boys in racy-frilly speedos. Recently, a Mr. Philippines contest was held, and they had seven winners. Their names and fancy titles are as follows (l-r): Kian Sumague of San Pablo City (Mr. Tourism World), Jason Martin of Queensland, Australia (Mr. Worldwide), Christian Lumasag of Cebu City (Best Global Model of the Year), main winner Andrea Biondo of Vittoria, Italy (Mister Universal Ambassador), Job Abogado of Camarines Sur (Mr. Model International), Paul Renzo Velo of London (Mr. Tourism International), and Mark Joshua Marquez of Rome, Italy (Mr. Teen International). Who do you like?
Of course, he won. Police office Mariano Flormata Jr., a.k.a. Neil Perez won the title Mr. International-Philippines at a recently held contest of virile young men. He’s off to Seoul, South Korea for the Mr. International pageant next month. Okay, bring in the cops-in-erotica fantasies! I’m thinking boots and handcuffs, badges and bulges!
Den , who is from Bacoor, Cavite, came from a good undergraduate school that stood by the hill between the earth and the sky [rich, well-educated], went under the BS Mathematics Program [brainy], currently in law school, batch 2009, in that modern red-bricked building [rich, brainy], was treasurer in his class [rich, trusted], and active in the school societies.
Just the same, Den, who is all that and a bag of chips, sure hell deserved winning. Now, will this win bring on some sophistication for Ginoong Pilipinas? Or will it de-glam puff boy Den eventually?