Thursday, June 16, 2011
When I was still a kid, I play marbles, hide-seek, "chinese-garters," "jack-stones" and cards. I am the happiest child every time I play these games. Then I became a teen. I stopped playing and changed. I acquainted myself with teen-hood and what makes the latter fun. Friendship was a key in my teens. It brought me confidence and made me appreciate life in a teeny-kind-a-perspective. Now, I'm 26, still have my friends but now I belong to pot of races, united for one cause, one belief and one happiness. CHARICE. And we call ourselves "CHASTERS." UNITED CHASTERS.
If a chaster is reading this, I need not explain who and what Chaster stands for. But for those who aren't and are curious, a "chaster" is a person who unconditionally believes in Charice's unbelievable, amazing, inspiring, unquestionable and out-of-this-planet TALENT.
We don't know each other personally, but when we talk about Charice, it feels like we have this bond. A bond so strong that no one can easily topple. Not to mention that it is so easy to express one's joy, sadness, frustration, fear and happiness in the presence of Chasters. We are simply a family. And like normal family, we care.
I have to mention this amazing site especially made for Chasters, CHARICEMANIA. Its like the holy bible for all chasters in every corner of this planet. Chasters linger in this site. Believe me, it crashes sometimes when chasters go crazy and wild. I visit the site everyday and I read every article written there. The comments are what I look for every time I read an article. It's just amazing how Chasters comment on each article. You can feel them. They are real. And their love for CHARICE is real. They really care. Its like Chasters have adopted Charice in their lives and in their families without Charice even knowing it.
CRABS are a favorite meal for Chasters. We eat them alive. But we have learned to be at peace with them. There's no point why Chasters would waste time on them. They will always be there, forever insecure and selfish. Chasters deal with them fairly even though sometimes they go overboard. We are defined by our actions and a chaster's personality is reflected by it.
To this day, I am thankful I'm a chaster and PROUD TO BE ONE.