Top Model

One of the best boys who came out of the Handsome Boy Modeling School this year is Sam Ajdanii. The 6’2″-tall hunk is now lording it over the runways of the metro, after only making a head start earlier in 2012.  Sam has a degree of B.S. Information Technology from the University of the East.  

51 thoughts on “Top Model”

  1. taas naman ng standard ng mga bekbek. wafu naman siya ah at 6footer pa.

    disappointing lang yung slender thighs nya considering he has mid-eastern descent. konting work out pa.

  2. Super Agree doon sa nagsabing chaka ang short. Maybe blame it to the stylist…Juice mio ang gwapo pa naman ni kuya, parang pinaglaruan!

  3. There is nothing wrong with UE as a school. It has an excellent medical & business programs. Not every one can afford Ateneo or La Salle or bright enough to be accepted at UP. And there is no guarantee that you can be successful in your chosen career based on the school you attended.

  4. dun sa anonymous na nagcomment ‘Gwapo pero bakit walang libog gaya nung k Marco and David. Parang wala lang. Basta nagposing posing lang.’ — ok lang. picture lang naman yan e. hot pa rin yan in person. minsan palpak ang posing or styling. me solusyon kumbaga. e ikaw, walang solusyon kapangitan mo.

  5. Baka naman yung maitim na mataba ang stylist na mahilig gumawa ng recycled basura ang may pakana nito kaya hardcore chakey! bwahahaha

  6. “There is nothing wrong with UE as a school. It has an excellent medical & business programs. Not every one can afford Ateneo or La Salle or bright enough to be accepted at UP. “– YOU JUST PUT DOWN UE IN YOUR STATEMENT.

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  8. There is nothing wrong with UE as a school. It has an excellent medical & business programs. Not every one can afford Ateneo or La Salle or bright enough to be accepted at UP. And there is no guarantee that you can be successful in your chosen career based on the school you attended.

    There is this concept about self-selection: one goes to the school that’s commensurate to one’s intelligence (e.g., UP) or social background (e.g., Ateneo, La Salle). Whether we like it or not, these two factors, nature and nurture already gives one a massive headstart in life. Yes, there are some who succeed despite that they have not had the chance to attend good schools, but these are few and far in between, and require inordinate amount of effort or luck. What a good school endows its graduates is some sort of social signalling, that they have got what it takes to succeed, by dint of their intelligence or background (which also already is a massive advantage). Just read Malcolm Gladwell’s book, “Outliers”, it has extensive discussion on this subject.

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