Robin: Don’t touch the birdie
Want powers? Robin Padilla suggests you stop beating the bishop
ROBIN Padilla is at it again. Imparting acquired knowledge to whoever, whenever, that is.
Just recently, the actor took to Instagram advising followers to shun from self stimulation.
We don’t know where or how he got to the point where he felt the need to post the advice but that is inconsequential.
If Padilla is to be believed, doing so will only led to great big things short of having powers, well, spiritually speaking, at least.
He isn’t exactly sure about it admitting he just read it somewhere but he attested, “Nagawa ko na nong araw ito after my divorce 11 (years) ago. Pagkagaling ko ng India after mag aral ng Yoga at Kalaripayat (Indian Martial arts) I literally can leap very high and do some fancy kicks, strikes and blows! The energy is flowing and bursting like a fountain!”
As to the practice resulting to wisdom and intelligence, he pointed to Mahatma Gandhi.
“I read a book also about Mahatma Gandhi siya rin nagpractice ng celibacy. His wisdom and intelligence daw came from that spiritual power.”
Padilla went on to caution disciples taking on the challenge saying it will be “very hard” because “wow na wow ang dami ng Babae ngayon.”
“Maging scientific man, statistics man at sexual man, outnumbered ang lalaki sa dami ng population ng babae.”
But how about sexual intercourse itself, enlightened one?
Padilla’s answer: “Sexual intercourse is non-negotiable but I’m sure masturbating can be negotiable.”
Eager to push the agenda, he added, “I also read that men who control their orgasm in sexual intercourse can give the women the best orgasm. The energy that was release(d) by the female will radiate to the man and back to the women. No energy is wasted all absorbed physically, emotionally and spiritually by both.”
As to why he had to inform people about this, it is because, sometimes
“we have to try different things to satisfy our hunger.”
Uhm, we usually go to the nearest karinderia, sir.
In any case, the post has since received mixed reaction. A few agreed with Padilla but there are those who were confused, angered even.
Said one, “Ano ba yan!” “Nope,” said another.
One follower admonished Padilla saying it “is not based on any conclusive scientific finding.”
The actor often gets into trouble shooting his mouth off but that has never, ever stopped him from keeping at it. Early this year, he was criticized for nagging on a Korean living here for not knowing how to speak Filipino and on live TV.
Some thought it rude, uncalled for, un-informed at best.
But Padilla didn’t see it that way. He said, “Bayan ko ito at handa ako mamatay anytime para sa bayan ko. Kaya kung sasabihin mo sa akin na 10 taon ka na dito, at hindi ka pa rin marunong mag Tagalog, may problema ka.” Scary.