Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Ryzza Mae, "APIR!"





Not in the mood??
Mukhang walang sa mood ang ating Stress Reliever! Wait, baka naman eh under stressed siya? Well, this is not common! Hmmm... APIR na lang tayo! 





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3 comments:

  1. hihihi katuwa pinanggigilan si ryzza ako din minsan nanggigigil pag napapanood ko sa tv . God bless eat bulaga dabarkads. you guys are really a good role model. dapat ganyan ang samahan sa lahat ng trabaho pamilya ang turingan sa isat isa para lahat happy. kung ang bossing sa buong mundo eh kasing bait at matulungin kagaya ni bossing vic ayyyyyyyy ang galing sana lahat magsipag sa pag trabaho at mas magiging inspired at productive. maraming salamat po sa lahat sa inyo. hihihi.. okey yun ah bagong appear style ah banggaan ng tiyan. We love eat bulaga family.

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    1. RYZZA KAILAN MO I GUEST SI DABARKADS MISS WORLD PHILIPPINES 2014 VALERIE WEIGMANN SA SHOW MO ? THE RYZZA MAE SHOW WITH MISS WORLD 2014 VALERIE WEIGMANN . SANA RYZZA SOON PLEASE........................... WE LOVE YOU RYZZA . MUAH MUAH TSUP . TSUP. GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS LITTLE ANGEL.

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  2. PERMISSION TO POST PO. PLEASE SHARE. THANK YOU PO. GOD BLESS US ALL.

    EDUKASYON/KAALAMAN

    HOW KIDS CAN KEEP WATER CLEAN

    Although many places suffer from dirty rivers and lakes, the good news is that there is a lot you and your family can do to help keep water clean.

    ( Besides trying to keep water clean, it's also important not to waste it. Do you think it's possible we might run out of water someday? )

    Want to conserve and protect the water in your community? Try some of these ideas.

    1. HELP CLEAN UP STREAMS
    Organize or participate in stream cleanups. Ask your parents and friends to help out. Get your class or school to adopt a stream.

    2.PLANT VEGETATION ALONG STREAM BANKS
    Organize a project with your school, environmental club, or Scout troop to plant trees,shrubs, and grasses along stream banks. That will stabilize banks to help prevent erosion, reduce sediment, filter runoff, and provide shade and wildlife habitat.

    3. PARTNER WITH PROFESSIONALS
    Get your teacher to ask local, state, or federal agencies to partner with your school in supporting such environmental activities as storm drain stenciling, stream monitoring, and environmental fairs.

    4. NEVER POUR CHEMICALS DOWN SINKS OR TOILETS
    Chemicals that we use in our homes every day - paint, cleaning sprays, weed killer, bug killer, and many others - should never end up in our water. Read the label and call your city's waste disposal department to find out how to dispose of these products. Some places have special hazardous-waste drop-offs where you can get rid of harmful products safely. Encourage your parents to use less fertilizer and pesticide and to recycle motor oil, antifreeze, and paint.

    5. USE SAFE PRODUCTS WHENEVER YOU CAN
    Talk with your parents about replacing some of the toxic chemicals in your home with nontoxic products. The more safe products people use, the fewer unhealthy chemicals end up in our waters.

    6. RECYCLE AND DISPOSE OF ALL TRASH PROPERLY
    Never flush stuff like plastic sandwich bagies or band-aids down to toilet. Things that aren't biodegradable-that don't break down naturally by themselves-can damage sewers and wind up littering beaches and waters. ( Find out more about biodegradable things on the World Wise Web site.)

    MAGKAISA / MAGTULUNGAN / MAGBAYANIHAN TAYONG LAHAT !

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