Mario Maurer was born on December 4, 1988 in Thailand. He is a model and actor of German, Chinese and Thai descent. He is best known for his lead role in the 2007 film, The Love of Siam.
At the age of 16, Maurer became a model doing photo shoots, commercials and music videos. In 2007, he made his feature film debut in a leading role in The Love of Siam, written and directed by Chukiat Sakweerakul. When asked about his kissing scenes with Witwisit Hirunwongkul in The Love of Siam, Maurer said, "I was nervous. I've never kissed a man and kissing is not something you do every day." Maurer has been nominated for an Asian Film Awards in the category of Best Supporting Actor for his performance in The Love of Siam. He won for Best Actor in Starpics Thai Films Awards and also nominated in Bangkok Critics Assembly and Star Entertainment Awards.
I've had Wii Fit for a while now, but I haven't been playing it religiously, or often enough to really see any results. Some of you might have a better use for it, but life's just so sad that you can't get one anywhere and I happen to have one. The exercise a lot of people get is to walk store to store finding Wii Fit. So this week I decided to spend more time with it. At first I thought this might be a gimmick, and I probably can't get too much out of it. Boy was I wrong! If you just randomly pick any activities (Yoga, Strength Training, Aerobics, and Balance Games) and "play" it for 30 minutes, you get sweaty easily. Right now my chest, stomach, and arms are all sore. Hopefully I can see some real results soon. I will work out as much as possible so I look like this:
Speaking of Wii, I need Wii friends. I don't have any Wii friends and I am so lonely. For those of you that have a Wii as well, send me an email or leave a comment with your console number so we can become Wii friends pretty pleeeeeease?
Tomorrow two of our friends are coming over to see our new place, and we are going to
I stole this from TechCrunch (source). Their employees are getting toilets imported from Japan. You get front and rear cleaning, dryer, and a seat warmer. I think if I worked at Google, I would just show up at work and sit on the toilet all day. I do have a question though... what the heck is Wand Cleaning (see lower left corner)?
The weather has been hot here in the sunny Southern California this whole week. We have been having triple-digit temperatures in the afternoons. What the heck? I don't think Brad Pitt is around. When you step outside you can literally feel this heat wave hitting your body. It is so unbearable. I guess I should take advantage of the situation and hit the pool this weekend to check out the hot boys.
Stay cool. Have a nice weekend.
Rob Marciano is a news and weather anchor for CNN Worldwide and is based in CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta. He joined CNN in May 2003. Marciano's enterprise reporting contributed to the network's comprehensive coverage of the 2005 hurricane season. His reports from field during Hurricane Katrina led to him covering most weather events since then. Before joining CNN, Marciano served as chief meteorologist for KATU-TV and 750 KXL News Radio in Portland, Ore. From 1994 to 1997, he worked as morning and then chief meteorologist for KPLC-TV in Lake Charles, La. Marciano began his career as a weather anchor for WVIT Connecticut News 30 in West Hartford, Conn. Marciano holds a bachelor's degree in meteorology from Cornell University and has the American Meteorological Society's Seal of Approval.
ISN'T HE HOOOOOOOT???
Orange County has a much larger Asian population than the area I currently live in. I always feel more
welcomed in Orange County. I don't know why. Maybe it's real or maybe it's just my mind playing tricks on me. It seems like whenever I go into stores in the area where I live, store workers just don't greet me. You don't see Asian very often there so maybe they just think I am strange. Or it could just be my ugliness scaring people away. On the countrary, people in Orange County are just more friendly, probably becausethey are used to seeing Asian.
I went to South Coast Plaza. I swear this place has so many hot boys, store workers and shoppers. I went into Express and two cute workers came by and said hi. Jeremy, you are hot! I knew they wanted their commission, but the workers at the Express in the trashy mall near me would never do this. They can care less about my existence and visit to their store. I then went to A&F, a must visit store if you come to South Coast Plaza, because they had their half naked store greeter at the entrance. He's super hot with a very nicely defined chest! Seeing that body makes me want to work out and make mine like his. I need to come here more so I get more motivated to work out. I believe if you surround yourself with stimulus like this, you actually get motivated. I worked out more when I used to subscribe to Men's Health. Summer is here. I need to put on some muscles so I can take off my shirt at the beach without shame. Oh yeah I did buy some clothes. I know I swore that I wouldn't for a month, so I need some spankng. Please be gentle.
Last night I went to see Sex and the City with some friends at Irvine Spectrum. I never got into the TV series and really didn't want to see the movie, but they really want me to see it with them. I thought I wouldn't be able to understand the characters, etc. To my surprise, the movie was good and entertaining. I especially love the lusty Samantha. Also when Samantha's hunky neighbor Dante (Gilles Marini, see more pictures and read more about him on OHLALA) flashed his enormous cock on the gigantic screen, I could hear gasping and hundreds of women's jaws dropping onto the floor. I didn't expect to see a shot of a penis but wasnglad they put it in the movie. It made the movie even better! Thanks to Google, I found some pictures and a clip of the scene. Check it out!! Huge penis alert (and is it uncut?) NOT WORK SAFE!!!
Recent polls indicate that we are about 50-50 on this issue. I hope it doesn't pass...
On the other hand, I am VERY excited that The Mole is coming back. It premieres tomorrow at 10 PM on ABC. In case you are not familiar with the show, it's a reality TV show with 12 contestants, and they must work together to win challenges and tasks which are worth different amounts of money. However, one of the contestants is a saboteur hired by the production team to work against the other 11 and prevent them from winning challenges. Each show, the contestants will need to take a quiz about The Mole, and the person with the lowest score is eliminated. The person that lasts until the end wins the jackpot. Interesting, isn't it. It's one of the few TV shows left that really put you on the edge of your seat and make you think! Don't forget to tune in tomorrow!!