I first blogged about Clint Bondad back in 2012 when he was still an up and coming model. I knew he had the potential to be BIG someday and, well, I wasn't wrong, wasn't I?
In 2013, I blogged that he was my newest crush (that's really very Kris Aquino of me, I know LOLZ) and since then I've always been posting stuff about him on my website: from his TV commercials, runway shows, movies, etc.
I just dreamed of meeting him in person someday and lucky for me that somehow happened when I bumped into him along Dela Rosa St. one hot afternoon a few years ago. He looked really hot, tall and hunky in person. He didn't recognize me so we didn't get to say hi to each other. I just looked at him from a far as I was heading to the chapel along Salcedo St. and him to the opposite direction. As I was about to leave the chapel, I asked God if it's possible that once I stepped out I'd still get to see Clint outside. And, surprisingly, God answered my prayer. I saw Clint standing in front of our office building waiting for a cab. But, once more, I was still feeling so shy that I didn't get to say hi to him again. I just walked past him as if he wasn't there. When I looked back, he already boarded a cab.
One time, I received an Instagram notification saying that Clint followed me. I was really very surprised so I immediately sent him a message and thanked him (I'm not sure if he's still following me now, though LOLZ). That gesture really made me very happy. He said a few nice things to me and God knows that those were like the best things I've ever heard from any guy ever. I told him about the incident when I first saw him and he said that I should've not been shy and that I should've at least said "hi." Well, I guess I really should've said "hi." I told him that I hope one day I'll still get to meet him again and that I wouldn't be shy anymore by that time. Teehee!
Fast forward to 2016, this happened. This was during the Century Tuna Superbods event at BGC last April. This photo was 4 years in the making and I would also like to thank my dear friend Mel for this. You were like my Ms. Bulgaria that night. CHOZ!
And thank you so much, Clint. Thank you. ☺☺☺♡♡♡
Anyhow, lemme tell you what happened.
So I guess this better be my last blog post about him. This should really be my very last blog post about him. I won't talk about him again ever here on my blog. It's better this way.
I wanna remember him this way. I want my last memory of him to be that night when I first met him in persona at that Century Tuna event at the BGC Amphitheater. Just those happy moments. Nothing more. Nothing less.
Thank you, Clint. I'll really forever be your fan.
I will love you forever.
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♥ Mwah! ♥
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