‘Sex in the city’

ANG TUMITIRA sa akin ay well-oiled infrastructure…says Vice President Leni Robredo in a television talk show interview hosted by Daniel Razon. Of course moi is using the title Vice President loosely here depending on which side you’re on.

And that statement by Leni Robredo has sparked ongoing discussion and comments mostly on social media interestingly with sexual innuendoes.

Here are excerpts from Yahoo Philippines News:

MANILA, Philippines – In an interview on the program Get It Straight with Daniel Razon, Vice President Leni Robredo said there is someone behind the personal attacks against her.

When asked about the networks of critics attacking her, the vice president said:  “Yung tumitira sa akin, well-oiled na infrastructure. Hindi totoong tao lahat. Konting percentage lang ang totoong tao. Isa siyang mahal na set-up na makinarya at identified na namin kung saan galing ang mga centers.”

It looks like the “Barefoot Lady from Naga” shot herself in the foot (pun intended) once again.

The timing/coincidence is uncanny. As Leni Robredo said on national television “ang tumitira sa akin well-oiled” suddenly porn is shown on a large digital billboard in Makati.

Moi is wondering if they checked the identity of the “pumping couple” in that Le porn Makati video.

Some people are speculating who the couple might be…Oh let’s just call them “they whose names cannot be mentioned yet.”

No, there is no truth to the rumor circulating in social media that it’s a certain congressman from Quezon City and a certain lady from Naga with naked feet.

This is probably the naughtiest comment on Le affair well-oiled”…from [email protected]_talk

“Leni could be into something big… it’s a well-oiled infrastructure she said…”

It says something, no, it says a lot when the Vice President of the Republic is being made fun of as another nincompoop in the image of Noynoy Aquino.

Sometimes moi just stares and wonder in deep amazement how Leni Robredo passed the bar examinations and became a lawyer.

Of course, we are not amazed or surprise how she became the Vice President of the Philippines, it’s courtesy of “well-oiled” PCOS machines.

What is it with these “devotees to the cult of the yellow ribbon”… their statements and even the new name of their “anti-Duterte” group has sexual connotations.

Is it because of too much sex or the lack of it?

Take for instance the latest “anti-Duterte” group the “devotees to the cult of the yellow ribbon” launched; it is aptly named “Tindig Pilipinas.

What comes to mind instantly upon hearing the group’s name “Tindig Pilipinas” is that it sounds like an advocacy or support group for middle-aged men with erectile dysfunction.

It does not help that the front men of the group are mostly middle aged who looks like they’ve been popping Viagra like M&Ms.

Just the name Tindig already connotes sex i.e. erection or the absence of it, and looking at their front men, it’s more like the absence.

And what about Leila de Lima? Why, this woman singlehandedly made the phrase “frailties of a woman” a household word, and to think she has absolutely no sex appeal, so much so that it took another meaning i.e. “shagging the driver.”

She also made that lowly “saba” from an everyman’s snack into a sexual object of desire.

Noynoy Aquino, the fruit of the loins of that so-called hero Ninoy and “sainthood interrupted” Cory, ironically, has a lot of the natives still wondering if at 58 years old he’s still a virgin,  never been into a woman; perhaps he has other preferences.

Meanwhile, Sex and the City is an American romantic comedy-drama television series created by Darren Star and produced by HBO. Broadcast from 1998 until 2004..

Set and filmed in New York City and based on the 1997 book of the same name by Candace Bushnell, the show follows the lives of a group of four women — three in their mid-30s and one in her 40s — who, despite their different natures and ever-changing sex lives, remain inseparable and confide in each other.

Yup, it’s a television series about women and their sexual escapades.

This television comedy-drama series during its heydays was quite popular amongst women and it created an almost cult- like following although men will never admit they also watched it even under threat of torture.

Here’s a sure-fire tip: watch it with your wife/partner or girlfriend and 99.9 percent of the time there will be “sex in the city” for you. ([email protected]/PN)


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