How has your life changed post-

Cosmopolitan (Philippines) - - The Cosmo Interview -

In terms of my ca­reer, I guess more peo­ple rec­og­nize me now. And mas­maram­ing­nag­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties, mas maram­ing of­fers saakin and kay Maine. In my per­sonal life, mas­nag­ing mahi­rap to have [pri­vacy]— to go out with­out any­one rec­og­niz­ing you, with­out any­one ask­ing if they can take a photo of you. Sig­uro now, [my life] is re­ally [more open to the] pub­lic. With me and Maine na­man,mas nag­ing close kami af­ter Sa Ta­mang­pana­hon. We see each other more of­ten. In fact, we see each other ev­ery day on Eat­bu­laga!. But as for the two of us go­ing out, wala­pang time, e!walapa kam­ing time pareho.

Name three things most peo­ple would be sur­prised to find out about you.

I’m a lit­tle OC. Gusto ko­maayosla­giang­mga gamitko. I clean my things my­self, akopari­nang naglilig­pit. And most of my stuff is black. Also, peo­ple don’t know I bite my nails when I get ner­vous or tense. Pero I’m try­ing to [break that habit] kasi hindima­gan­dan­gt­ing­nan e. Fi­nally, not a lot of peo­ple know that I like moun­tain climb­ing. I don’t have the time na for it now pero I love climb­ing moun­tains kasi it’s a form of ther­apy for me. I’ve climbed Pico de Loro, Mount Mac­u­lot, and Mount Bat­u­lao. Hope­fully I get to

Yaya Dub and Alden met sa ka­lye­na­man­ta­laga so I guess me­dyoi- upgrade natin­ngkonti—ka­lyesa ibang­bansana­man. They’ll ex­plore dif­fer­ent ka­lyes in other coun­tries.

What’s the most sur­pris­ing thing you’ve learned about maine?

Walana­man. She was what I ex­pected: ’yung sense of hu­mor, makulit, ’din­au­ubu­san­ngkuwento. Sig­uro 10 times more in­tense lang.

What’s the one thing you wish maine knew about you?

Na­m­a­ganda’yung katawanko­ta­laga. Joke lang!sig­uron­akahit makuli­tako, I have a se­ri­ous [side]. ’Yun’yung parang’di­paniyanakikita saakin.’pag­nagseseryoso naako, feel­ing niya joke pa rin. I want her to see that I have a se­ri­ous side. Min­san na­man­nakik­i­taniya,pero ma­mayababasaginna na­man­niya,magjo- joke time nana­man­siya.

Which of Lola Ni­dora’s lessons about love, dat­ing, and re­la­tion­ships ring true for you?

Siyem­pre’yung [how to treat] a girl, you have to get to know her and give re­spect to her fam­ily. You shouldn’t rush into things kasi that’s [what it’s like now], masyado­nang ag­gres­sive la­hat e. Sabini Lo­la­text-text­lang,kayo na; fan sign lang, love na. Ev­ery­thing’s ma­bil­isan. Parang it’s okay na­man

“old-school ‘

i TAKE time to get to KNOW the girl,

text EV­ERY DAY. i’m the typ­i­cal pi­noy

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