RE­AC­TIONS

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BEST JOB EVER

Mar­cus Adoro is liv­ing the life. Any idea how a guy can ap­ply for an in­tern­ship? Ha ha! Michael john Pas­trana, via Face­book

BUT WE’RE NOT A LIFESTYLE MAG­A­ZINE

While I do ap­pre­ci­ate your ef­forts in tack­ling rel­e­vant is­sues like the at­tacks on Marawi, maybe you can just fo­cus on your ex­per­tise as a lifestyle mag­a­zine? We can read cur­rent events on the news­pa­per and the pri­mary rea­son why we buy

FHM is for pure en­ter­tain­ment. jay Qui­cho, via Face­book

THIS guy GETS IT

It is won­der­ful to see that a men's mag­a­zine can have sto­ries be­sides ones about dat­ing and sex. I love how FHM is ex­pand­ing to cover na­tional is­sues like the ter­ror­ism in Marawi City. It’s sad that these sto­ries are not al­ways high­lighted be­cause of the read­ers’ ten­dency to lean to­wards lighter top­ics. What the peo­ple need right now is proper and sub­stan­tive aware­ness. I hope more me­dia out­lets will cover the Marawi City events by giv­ing a large space on their printed ma­te­ri­als or more air­time in TV and ra­dio. Roy Narra, via Face­book

JINRI HAS NEVER BEEN HOT­TER

I’ve been a fan of Jinri ever since she ap­peared on your mag­a­zine and I must say she’s never looked this sexy. What at­tracted me to her in the first place was her cute­ness, but this month she looked a lot more ma­ture. I think I like her bet­ter this way. ge­ofrey Bay­tan, via Face­book

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