Need to knows:
Nationality: Proudly Pinoy.
Likes: Everything but cucumbers and carrots, oh and the herb that's commonly used in Thai food.
Hates: not much cause if you're horrible enough for me to hate you, then you don't exist in my book. ;)
Things you might need to know:
FUNNY. (mostly when it's poked at me)
LOVES:God, family, friends, SENIORS batch 2011, music, blue, hearts, harry potter (FTW) and books. ;)
as warned, random things may come out, but hey, that's me. :)
The relationship between Cesare and Lucrezia, inappropriate as ever, continues to be the heart of the show. Executive Producer Neil Jordan has managed to create a relationship so sweet and weird, at once beautiful and completely off-putting, that you could truly buy into the incest rumors. In the world of The Borgias, I can both buy that the historical rumors of incest between brother and sister are fabrications and that anyone watching them give each other eskimo kisses would be willing to believe it. This is certainly helped by Francois Arnaud’s incredible chemistry with every living, breathing human being he comes into contact with, making even benign family scenes at times deeply uncomfortable. Kids, come on now. You are related. -Morgan Glennon from The Huffington Post on Season 2 of The Borgias (via darnaguen)