Tea Ceremony with the Karate Kid

For those of you that love the original series of The Karate Kid, all this nostalgia floods back when watching the new continuing series of β€œCobra Kai”. I reflect back on how I imagined myself in that tea ceremony with Ralph Macchio in Karate Kid 2. πŸ˜πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ 

Yes I'm nerdy enough to rewatch the original scene over and over to get the napkin fold just right. This excerpt is actually from a longer video posted back in 2010! 

Nevaeh imitating me!!

I posted a snippet of an old HappySlip video (Oh Baby Baby) where I'm having a cute attack on Ian. 😬 That little snippet got 4 million views on Facebook in 2 days! I never expected that kind of response, but here is the most flattering thing... This girl named Nevaeh imitated my cute attack! I was surprised because she remembered all the weird sounds and things I said haha!! πŸ˜„ It's her 12th birthday today! Happy Birthday Nevaeh!! πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆπŸŽ‚πŸŽ

To refresh your memory, this is my video: (Then scroll down to see Nevaeh's imitation!)

Here is Nevaeh's video imitating me. That teddy bear sure is getting the ultimate sniff and cute attack haha!! πŸ˜„

14 Crazy Snapchat Characters

I'm having too much fun on Snapchat everyday! A lot of the special lenses help me play different characters and here are some of them! (Filipino Auntie edition coming next.) **You can watch my daily Snapchat stories/microvlogs on my 2nd channel on YT: http://www.youtube.com/Christine or else add "happyslip" on Snapchat to see moments as they happen.πŸ˜„πŸ™ŒπŸ½

Things Aunties say about your nose

Although aunties had plenty to say regarding slimness of nose and whiteness of skin, it was my Lola in particular who liked to comment on how I should blow my nose. πŸ‘ƒπŸ½ I think it's messed up to make children think that their nose isn't beautifully made and that they should always strive to look different than they are!! Be proud of your brown beauty!! So this is a little parody of conversations that I have observed. 😬

Filipino Moms Love the Kilikili

This is what I grew up with. My mom liked to try to smell our kilikilis whether we were young or becoming teenagers! πŸ‘ƒπŸ˜§πŸ˜‘ It was indeed a strange sign of affection. Some of my Filipino friends say that they suffered the same thing growing up. At least I'm not alone.

When Filipinas have cute attacks...

When Filipinas have a cute attack

Does your mom or auntie act like this? I confess that I can't help myself. This is not acting.#HappySlip #fbf #heis5now

Posted by Christine Gambito on Friday, April 1, 2016

This is me acting like my mom or auntie... Or... it's just me being me. Poor Ian. He's 5 now and I still do this to him. πŸ˜‰