Wednesday, December 03, 2008

What country is this?

I ask myself that these days, when I see political figures undergoing a power struggle instead of focusing on the current storm that's undoubtedly going to thrash our economic future.

Canada is no doubt one of the greatest countries when it has come to stability, political and economic-wise. I mean we were always just consistently good. For many years now, we've been focusing on the important issues for Canadians. Now, it seems as though we're just trying to push for more power.

I'm going to tell you now that I myself am a Liberal. I voted Liberal. BUT, I definitely don't agree with what's going on with the coalition government that they are trying to create with the NDP and with the support of the Bloc Quebecois.

First of all, whatever happened to our votes? I know that who I voted for didn't win, but that's how democracy works. The people have a right to choose their government, and Stephen Harper's conservatives should be the ones in power, lest there be an election that puts another political party in power. I mean, this entire coalition undermines the votes of millions of Canadians.

If ever there is going to be a change in leaders and a change in who will be governing Canada, it should be up to the Canadians, not to the politicians. That just my 2 cents. :P

-Secretly Yours,

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Do you shoot or dribble?

No, no. I'm not talking about basketball. You know what I'm talking about. This question was asked to dear ol' me just a few days ago by a new friend of mine. It was quite bold of my new friend to just up and ask me this, but he was curious, so I told him. I'm a shooter. Yes, folks, here's the news you've all been waiting for. I shoot. lol. Still don't know what I'm referring to?

You see my friend was told by his current girlfriend why his 'man juice' just dribbled out, while her other 'mates' had shot theirs far far away from the cannon. He was very concerned that he might have only been the only one that was this way. Of course, I had to scare the poor guy. lol. It sort of went a little like this....."What, you don't shoot? Why? What disease did you get?" lol. Then a sudden look of despair, fright and sheer anxiety came across his face. It was priceless, followed of course by a raucous laughter on my part. I know it was mean, but I felt I had to.

After all the 'mean'ness, I decided to tell him that lots of guys just sort of dribble out. I actually have had times where I am extremely tired and so not in the mood, that it would just dribble along. But of course most times, when it's hot and heavy...haha..I shoot. I think the farthest I've shot would be hitting my forehead, and gladly missing my eye. I don't necessarily think it's that important whether you shoot or dribble, does it? I mean, there are pros and cons for both, as usual. The con that I see for shooting would be, well, the range of places you have to clean up increases. Sometimes you don't even know where it splattered to. lol. feels sooooo good. :)

Here's a little fun clip, I thought you guys would enjoy. This guy is definitely a shooter.
No porn, just fun!

Secretly Yours,

Friday, March 16, 2007

New Kid in Town

Being the new kid in town is always uber difficult. Especially if you are totally new to the culture, traditions and values of the place you're trying to integrate into. That is basically how I am currently feeling at the moment. Although I've been here for several months now, I still feel out of place at times. I miss Calgary. boohoo. But I have to move on.

One of the many struggles of moving into a new city, new country, or new continent for that matter is the meeting of new friends, acquaintances and establishing a social network from scratch. I was lucky enough to have had a very eclectic group of friends back in Calgary which helped me, not only to meet new and interesting people at every turn, but also to experience many things that I otherwise would not have ever dreamed of without the help of these people. Now, establishing that kind of foray of friends in a new city seems harder for me, especially at this stage of my life. I'm currently not attending school, and am just travelling around, making it difficult to keep any relation stable and constant. Hence I end up with no contacts when I need something and make it even harder for me to go out with people. As friendly as I am, I don't want to go clubbing or bar-hopping on my own all the time. I want to be able to have friends to come see, meet and dine with.

Therefore, after a lot of deliberation amongst I've decided to find work, where I can, of course get income to replenish my travel budget, as well as meet new friends, that I suppose will become more established and concrete than my previous rendez-vous with various randoms. teehee. :) The job I got is a call center agent. Yes, it's those darn people who call you, and maybe even sometimes harass you via "spitless conversation"(phone). I got the job extremely easily, considering I'm a native speaker of the English language and the people here speak English only as a secondary language. The company is huge and the place seems really nice. So hopefully, their employees are as well.

But, still, does it really become that hard to make new friends once you're on your own travelling all over the place? I supposse it would be unless you made the voyage with other people. Anyhow, tell me what you think? Are there ways to make solid friendships with people you only meet and then say goodbye to in the span of a few days? Is it possible? Just a thought. :)

Secretly Yours,
-Donnie Cooper

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

I'm back...just in time for Spring Break!

Well, after almost two months being away from this blog...I've decided to start it up again. As you all know I'm currently away from my home town. At the moment I am at a resort town in an Asian country. I don't think I need to specify. Anyhow, I hope you guys have missed me because I truly have missed you guys.

But to be truly honest, the main reason why I have decided to once again pursue this blog is because I'm hoping that this can become a source of relief for me; relief from all the days where I hide my true self from others. I also hope that there are readers out there who understand what I'm going through and who can provide me with decent and helpful advice.

Anyhow. Until my next post. BTW. Tell me all about your guys' Spring Break Plans! I'll see you soon!

Secretly Yours

Saturday, December 09, 2006

Such a Sucker

I am such a sucker for a great smile. No matter who it's on, when someone wears a great smile, I seem to melt. I love smiles..the flash of those pearly whites, the cute little dimples, the little crinkle near the eyes...and amazing smiles are popping up everywhere now that it's Christmas time! I've gone shopping several times, and you'd think that with all the craziness of the holidays, that more people would be cranky and rude...but to my surprise everyone is so jolly! Just the way it should be. Another thing that I love are lips...kissable lips..haha...gosh. I love those..I just want to go up to the guy and just feel those soft lips touch mine, as we get closer, and our body temperature rises. It makes me want to hold him tight, look into his eyes, flash him a smile, while expecting a smile back.

You know, for me, these kind of things are so much hotter than just sex, right here, right now. I need to be coaxed into it I guess. lol. I guess I'm not easy, you have to work for the goods when it comes to me. Is that a bad thing? Does that make it harder for other guys to like me. I know many people out there who just want to get laid, and get some action neglecting all that should come with it. Not many people want to be in a relationship these days, whether they be straight, gay or bi, or whatnot. But I do! I love the fact that you have to work to get what you want. I like the feeling I get when I first like someone and I try to impress them, but the more I try, the harder it gets. lol. I love that. I love that romance that should come with it all. lol. I'm so lame. Look at those lips...ugh I love Zanjoe! When I went to the Philippines, I saw him while I was at the mall, gosh...he's so beautiful. I didn't even know he was an actor in that country. Anyhow, I was in the same store as him and well the salesperson did not understand me very well, and Zanjoe just smiled his beautiful smile at me from a distance. I melted right there. Zanjoe was my big Filipino crush. Here are some other HOT Filipino boys...

-Dennis Trillo-

-Richard Gutierrez-

-Zanjoe Marudo-

Speaking of hot Filipinos...another hot Filipino that I cannot get out of my head these past few days, is Victor Basa. He is a model turned actor. Gosh. The abs on this's insane. Haha. I'm so glad I'm going back soon. I can't wait to see these guys in person. *melt*.
Anyhow guys, I don't know when I'll be writing again soon, seeing as to it's holiday season and all. So thanks everyone for supporting me and giving me a chance to voice what's in my head. Thanks a bunch. Merry Christmas!!! and Happy Holidays to all.

-Victor Basa-

Secretly Yours,

Friday, December 01, 2006

I've Been Away....

Hey all, I've been away from the computer for a bit..the whole month of November actually. You have no idea how difficult it is when you are in a place with no internet connection. I felt so disconnected to the rest of the world. The reason for my disconnection is that I've been on vacation in the Pacific for a bit now. It's been an amazing trip, full of crazy adventures, drunken nights, full body massages and trying to get myself in all sorts of trouble. Anyhow, the life here in some of these Asian countries that I've visited have been very different from that in North America. I find that no matter the hardships of the people I meet on my adventures, they still take the time to have fun, to smile, spend time with family and friends, and just be happy altogether.

I have met people who work day and night just so they can pay the bills, and yet they are still so happy and content because they have a life to live. They don't take any second of their life for granted. I found it mesmerizing. There are some who are finding it hard trying to cope with paying the bills, some of whom have resorted to insane borrowing of money from others, who in turn charges insane amounts of interest. Yet they smile as if the whole world is smiling back at them. I love that mentality and I wanted to immerse myself in that.

Of course, they talk about the many hardships they go through and how difficult life is but they say they'd rather be living life this way as long as they're surrounded with their family and their friends. As long as they have something to live for they're happy. They are unlike many of us back in North America. We whine and complain about every little thing that we disagree with. I should know, I'm one of those people. But I had a change of heart when I stayed over there. All the complaints I would have had about how sometimes we run out of water to shower or that how backed up traffic is, or whatever else could have come up, never became an issue. And even if it did, I didn't voice them. I kept thinking that these people have to deal with these things every single day of their life, while I only have to endure it for a few weeks. Who was I to complain? And besides, being a foreigner, they treated me like royalty. They would do things for me that they wouldn't do for others, my newly made friends would tell me. It's definitely a different atmosphere.

So now that I've had a taste for that life....I've decided I wanted to stay longer. I want to live life like they live their lives. I want to experience it. I want to take it all in. I want to instill in myself that incredible sense of happiness that they get from the simplest things. I want to be like that. I want to be incredibly happy that I get the chance to see a movie once in a while, knowing that my money is going somewhere, and I also want to help out. I want to help my friends there, even just a little bit. But mostly I want to gain the mentality they have persisted through life with. I want it. I need it. So I'm going to be staying longer than I expected to. I may even spend Christmas there. We'll see. Anyhow, that is my little blurb on my current situation. I will bring more stories, detailed accounts of my misadventures. Hope to hear from you!

Here's a funny video..I love it haha. I'm pretty sure lot's of you have seen it too. All about masturbation.

Secretly Yours,


Monday, November 06, 2006

Love To Read...

I just love to read...and most of the time, I love to read about the lives of others. It's so fascinating what you can learn from how others have lived or are living their lives. I've read biographies of artists, actors, musicians, politicians, athletes, public figures and even regular everyday people. And that's exactly why I love blogs. As much as I love reading about these amazing public figures, it's a great change to read about the going-ons of regular people's lives. They are much more relatable to my life, and the situations I go through. Recently I've been reading and sifting through some blogs that I've posted on the links to the right. I had no idea that so many people shared my opinions and views on things such as politics, or life in

One of these blogs is 'Lassiter Space' by Jay Lassiter. What made me go there in the first place was his comment on my post. LOL. He had an ingenious and clever costume. I immediately thought this guy was witty and intelligent, and he has yet to prove me wrong from what I've read. His witty banter on politics is a must-read, and his picture is soo cute. I love people who love kids.

The other blog that has caught my attention recently is Speedo Guy by a 23 yr old Aussie! That's right...he's Australian. The blog has great pictures of guys in speedoes, and he gives us a little glimpse of his experiences, which are great reads. He also likes Canadian guys. I may be a little biased because I'm Canadian, but I think he has good The picture below is just one of the many pictures you'll find on the blog.

So, I suggest you guys check these blogs out, and if there are blogs out there that you think I should check out. Definitely give me a shout. I love reading new and interesting things. You can leave a comment or e-mail me at dcoopenator at gmail dot com. Well that's all for now. Hope to hear from the lot of you soon!

Here's a little video that sort of creeped me out, but is still really overdue halloween presentation, I suppose.

-Secretly Yours,