chechelarue wrote: »
I don't wanna be mean or anything but her face is not Ateneo girl worthy. ParaNg pang FEU bagay. Choz!
With her lackluster skill, she'll be out of the team probably next year when the new girls will be coming in.
aleatoricwriter wrote: »
She's the quintessential "nothing special" type of player. But she's effective anyway.
Her leap and form is pretty similar to that of Fille Cainglet.
AMaizo08 wrote: »
Buzzkill yung spectacular player na puro error naman eh yung player ba na kaka-POG lang? Drop it.
pek·tus (pek′-toos) noun
An arcane technique involving the wrists, enabling things to spin and fly in glorious trajectory.
Ex. Dagdagan mo pa ng pektus yung tira mo. Para ma-shoot sa basket yung bola.
The first time I heard this, I thought my classmate was referring to some extinct Mexican plant, when he was actually refering to the lack of dexterity on my wrists for an angled spin of the basketball. A near extinct word, this is often heard being said by school children playing siyato or athletes practicing a game of ping-pong or billiards. A strange word indeed, whose origins leave us all dumbfounded. Its a word that reminds me of that villain from Daredevil comics,
Bullseye, who can weaponize any object with an uncanny flick of the wrist.