On today’s episode of #KiligPaMore Kalyeserye: Ano ba talaga. Are we still watching Alden and Yaya Dub, or RJ (Alden’s real-life nickname) and Maine?
It’s not just a Kalyeserye anymore. It’s turning more and more into a reality series wherein the whole world is watching two people flirt on screen for real. Or at least, we hope it’s for real. #HopiaPaMore
I am so engrossed with this couple that:
– I haven’t been playing Anipang and Farm Heroes Saga for more than a month now because all my remaining free time is being spent reading up on AlDub topics on the internet;
– I basically just show up at the office to watch Eat Bulaga. Fortunately, we’re on lean season at work so it’s not like I’m neglecting my day job for this;
– Oh look. I’m dedicating another blog post for them;
– I was stuck at home today because of the flood, so I spent it catching up on Alden Richards’ filmography;
– I spent the day watching an Alden Richards movie that I totally missed the news that Mr. Rain and his beloved princess are embroiled in yet another round of marriage rumors, which his camp subsequently (and immediately) denied;
– I’m still recovering from all that kilig goodness of today’s episode that when I read the private message sent to me re: the marriage rumors, the usual panic feeling that I get whenever I see such rumors is noticeably absent.
OMG. Did I just stop caring and moved on?
Truthfully, ever since I got addicted to AlDub, I just skim all Korean entertainment posts on my social media accounts, especially those Tweets/Instagram posts that I don’t understand, anyway, because they’re written in Hangeul. Not that I minded before, but that’s the point. Nowadays, I don’t even bother looking at most of them.
That is how AlDub/MaiDen changed my life.
Before I close this entry, I just want to mention something that I’ve realized as I was researching on Alden Richards.
If Ricky Martin and Rain had so many similarities and parallelisms, Rain and Alden Richards also have one.
Both Rain and Alden Richards already have lost, and have dedicated their entire careers in loving memory of their mothers.