This week, we gawked at Marian Ginebra's Ginebra calendar, imagined how difficult life must be at the Feast of the Black Nazarene, and reviewed the skills you need if you're going to be a master selfie-taker.
We also listed the eight sexiest calendars every man must own, the sexy FHM babes that are now working out back in the gym to shave off the holiday weight, and then found out that there's a half-Jap, half-Pinay hottie who'll be in the next Samurai X movie.
The top 10 game winners in the NBA's recent history had us swishing imaginary game-winners, while Floyd Mayweather Jr. is up to his old tricks, calling Pacquiao an "old, desperate dog." The eight best upcoming superhero movies also have us all hyped up, while the new Cherry Mobile watch phone had every gadget lover pumping their fist for the cheaper alternative. For those that demand cutting-edge gadgetry though, the new mobile GPU that claims to have PS4-level processing powers has them stoked.
With the week over, we proceed with our guide to the weekend. It's a special weekend as big brands are still trying to empty out their stocks from last year, hence a smattering of end-of-season sales that we're about to focus on. Check 'em out below, and we hope that you still have some leftover holiday cash!
1) Muji apparel and trinkets
Branches at: Greenbelt 3, EDSA Shangrila East wing
Sale period: December 27, 2013 to January 31, 2014
2) Perry Ellis apparel
Branches at: EDSA Shangrila East Wing
Sale period: January 1 to 31, 2014
3) Timex watches
Branches at: Malls nationwide.
Sale period: January 1 to February 2, 2014
Branches at: Glorietta 4
Sale period: January 2 to February 16
Basic House apparel
Branches at: Robinson's Galleria
Sale period: January 3 to February 2, 2014
Branches at: SM Megamall
Sale period: January 1 to January 31, 2014
NEXT: Mall-wide sales
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