'Memba when we told y'all about how Axe is set to make global history by sending the first Filipino to outer space, courtesy of the Axe Apollo Space Academy? A couple months into the most ambitious campaign of our time, it has been reported that over 30,000 Pinoys have participated in the search, all hoping to join the ranks of famed spacemen like Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Yuri Gagarin. But whatever; we bet they're doing it because astronauts easily get all the girls, as seen in this video:
Now here's an update: As the AASA nears its goal of naming the candidates who will represent the country, a handful of astronaut sightings were reported in Metro Manila, including one spaceman roaming Calle Agno near the De La Salle University campus and another along the premises of Roxas Boulevard. So what is this little stunt implying? Is this a sign of things to come? Perhaps they're testing out how citizens would react in the presence of a future space hero?
You know what, we think it's for you to check these sightings out and decide for yourself:
The first space man spotted was hanging out with a couple of equally dashing bronze statues in Manila
Another one was spotted along Roxas Boulevard, walkin' around with his bitch
A space man hanging out at the isawan doesn't make a lot of sense. Unless it does. Does it?
Yeah, we're also confused. Here are more questions we want answered: What should we make of this recent sightings? Is the space academy sending out multiple Pinoy space men instead of just one? Did any of these men get flocked by a bevy of women as promised? What is Mang Larry's involvement in this whole thing? And is his isawan a front to a hidden rocket ship situated underground? Are we even asking the right questions? We want some answers, dammit!
Follow the Axe Apollo Space Academy's out-of-this-world adventures at www.AxeApollo.com or check out the Axe Philippines Facebook fan page at www.facebook.com/AxePhilippines to know more!
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