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Greetings from the US! My name is Peter and I currently go to college in Orlando. I love meeting people and learning about different cultures. Currently, I speak English, Tagalog, French, Spanish and ...Read full biography
"Hey everyone! I consider myself a citizen of the world living in the US :)"
|Birthday||2 December 1993|
Peter's recent updates
- 19 Mar 2012 at 13:01 • Peter commented on Mandinga - Zaleilah (Romania 2012)
- 17 Mar 2012 at 18:49 • Peter commented on Sabina Babayeva to sing "When The Music Dies" in Baku
- 17 Mar 2012 at 18:47 • Peter commented on Valentina Monetta to sing "Facebook Uh,Oh,Oh"
- 13 Mar 2012 at 21:49 • Peter commented on Eleftheria Eleftheriou to represent Greece
- 13 Mar 2012 at 21:42 • Peter commented on Italy changes their song to L'Amore È Femmina
Robin in London says • 1 Dec 2012 at 19:13Hope you enjoy JESC today!! :D
Robin in London says • 14 Aug 2012 at 15:05Hi Peter, well done to the US in the Olympics!! :D
Robin in London says • 9 Apr 2012 at 20:57Hi Peter, hope you're tickety-boo. I'm fine and dandy, thank you! :-)) Thanks yet again for your nice reply.
Did the bunny bring you something sweet?
You're right, the Babushki are cute and will win over some voters. My suspicion is just that they might do surprisingly well. As for the quality of the song itself, hmmm...
Nina Zilli may sing in English but she is cool with her Amy Winehouse hair and pink high heels. I lent her those from my closet, you know, lol... :p ;) Do you think the donkey in Rambo's video is moonlighting in Maya Sar's?
Fans seem to have decided Sweden's the winner already, but I'm not so sure. Danny can come back fighting again next year: he has time... I don't agree with the UK's internal selection: the public should have some input to the song, singer or both in my view. I'm disappointed with the song and I fear it will be quickly forgotten after going 1st in the final. Thanks for your support anyway: we'll need it! ;) Romania is just a great feelgood song and is bound to end up near the top.
I like so many songs in ESC this time now: Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, France, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Romania, Serbia, Spain and Switzerland. Oh, and I want Norway to win. I think Iceland could, but it's a very open Contest for me...
Looking forward to seeing 24 acts in Amsterdam: it should be fun, thanks! Let's see who sings best live... Your spring break sounds wonderful. Do you have friends and family in the Philippines and do you visit them? You are so multi-lingual, Peter! :D So many talents... I can speak 3 languages myself: English, gibberish and rubbish. :))) I'd love to hear your Southern accent...
So how many days now till ESC? Will you watch online? Will it start at 1500 there? I wonder if you will watch with any other fans you know. How shall we amuse ourselves till then? I see Titanic is now in 3D at the cinema: it might be so realistic I get soaked if I see it... Leonardo was so adorable then... Seen anything good lately? Any interesting college projects? Take care for now. :))
Robin in London says • 19 Mar 2012 at 01:54Hi Peter, how are you? :-)) Thanks for your great reply.
I know what you mean about Woki mit deim Popo: it's just a fun-sounding song. So the Austrian dancer's from Poland, lol...? ;) :P I see Russia has a sense of humour after all... :D I think you're right about the Babushki: I also have a sneaking suspicion about them...
What do you think about Italy changing to a cheerful happy song? I love Bosnia: a beautiful song for me...hope it does really well... I think I am the only person in the world who likes Montenegro and I can't stop laughing when I hear it...in a good way... I did tell you I had no taste, didn't I, hehe...? ;)
So you got Loreen...she has to be a strong contender...a lot of fans think she can go all the way...what do you reckon? :) I see the EBU have blocked San Marino's Facebook: wonder if they will improve on it. Nervously waiting for the very last song: hope it's worth it. Sadly can't afford to go to Baku, much as I'd love to, and I'll miss it terribly. My consolation prize will be Eurovision in Concert in Amsterdam.
Spring break in Florida sounds fabby: I'm picturing you sunbathing and swimming, lol...very envious... :)) When are the draws for the semi-final running orders? Do you speak southern English? I'd like to hear that... :))) And you speak Tagalog, wow...! :D How did you come to learn..? Was it difficult? Feel free to email me or IM me. Take care for now. :))
Reply from Peter:Hello! I'm great, thanks for asking, how about you? I've been busy with school for the past weeks...sorry for the late reply! Haha might I ask what your suspicion about those grannies are? Some evil plot eh to win Europe's votes with their cuteness? haha
I like Italy's new song(not as powerful as their first choice). Like you said, it's happy and a good call on Italy's part because there's so many ballads this year, but I'm quite disappointed that they changed the language to English. I preferred the Italian version. Haha Montenegro is quite interesting...but not as interesting as San Marino in my opinion. I know its a satire, but the some of the lyrics are unsettling, especially when paired with that music video. And don't worry everyone has a taste :)
I think Loreen will do great in the semis and definitely make it to top 5 in the finals. I felt so bad for Danny though, having made it to runner up for two consecutive years. What do you think about your country's song? I quite like it! My ultimate bet for the winner is Romania, I fell in love with their entry the first time I heard it. Who's your favorite to win this year?
I hope you enjoy your trip to Amsterdam for the concert, I'm sure it'll be loads of fun! Spring break was fun, I went to Disney with my family and no matter how many times I go there, the magic is still there :) I'm a Filipino born in the US, so English and Tagalog are my two main languages. But I know somewhat fluent French and Spanish (learned from school). And currently learning German in college. I can do a southern accent, but I speak normal American English for the most part haha. Can you speak any other languages other than English? Have a nice day!
DiiNo Mašović says • 14 Mar 2012 at 16:47hey tnx for add me :) do u have FB? :) regardss :)
Reply from Peter:No problem! Yes I do, but I barely use it anymore haha