Hubby as a Term of Endearment

Leah got away with the No MOMOL policy, dahil ayun sa kanya ang CLeah within the normal course of a typical relationship ay nasa dating stage pa lamang sila.

Within OTWOL’s lifetime (a season and a half ++) Leah and Clark played kasal-kasalan thrice over:

(1) US Wedding for Convenience

Wedding 1

Mga ngiting magkaka-visa na ako, at ngiting makakabayad na ako ng utang!!!

(2) Photoshoot sa Yatch

YatchNgiting outtakes ctto: Otwolista.com.

Clark fell and in and he wrongly or rightly so fell hard… talikuran pa naman ang lahat sa US (fine he accepted several Sun & Moon cafe rackets and projects here and there).

(3) Hindi dapat isukat ang gown at di dapat makita ng groom ++ (tsk tsk kaya naman pala)

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‘Nuf said! Kaya naman pala hindi tuloy ang kasal eh – di baga’t may kasabihan ang mga matatanda? Dito pa lang sa eksenang iyan, runaway bride na ang peg mo. Simon called and boom – you were out in a jiffy.

On a little more serious note though, despite the three wedding gowns worn by Leah – she was barely married to Hubby. The fight at #OTWOLfrustration at kung paano ‘nya inuna ang mga bagay bagay ayun sa kanyang kakayan at pagkakintindi – affirmed it more. 

What if? Minahal ‘nya kung sa minahal at mahal pa rin niya. 

Pero hindi kaya ang “Hubby” ay isang term of endearment lamang muna? And not a form of commitment??

We Get you Girl, Go Leah >> Next

 

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