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FHM Philippines

FHM Philippines

May 2018

It covers general interest topics spanning babes, pop culture, fashion and grooming, sports, music, sex and relationship, and humor. Launched in March 2000, FHM Philippines has since dominated the publishing arena through its playful mix of witty articles, edgy photography and of course, the sexiest women in the land! Browse through pages of the alluring women! Learn about the hottest movies, gadgets and music! Read the most sensual stories as told by our FHM honeys! You can now take your trusted wingman (yes, FHM) anywhere you go.

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in this issue

1 min.

CURIOSITY FEEDS THE MIND Out of curiosity, I downloaded the TOR browser after reading your dark web story. After a few minutes of browsing, I already learned how to properly cook human meat. I’ll never look at steak cubes the same way again. Kevin Marsala, via Facebook THAT’S THE WORLD WE LIVE IN Sa panahon ngayon, kahit may edad at may anak p’wedeng mas maging sexy at maganda kaysa sa mga bata at dalaga. Lovely Abella is truly a lovely specimen. Marites Reyes, via Facebook GRABEHAN! Grabe ‘to ga! You really deserve these blessings after all the hardship you’ve been through. Sa wakas! Ito na yung break na hinihintay mo. You made your fellow Ilongga proud! Indeed Lovely, inside and out. Maricel Joy Galvez, via Facebook UHM, THANKS? I read your story about alters in your April…

2 min.
from the editor

Last month, our parent company Summitmedia, Inc. announced that it will cease all print publications to complete its transformation as an all-digital company. What it means is that all six core titles of the company—FHM, Cosmopolitan, Preview, Yes!, Top Gear, Town & Country—will no longer be in paper but still available in your devices. So make no mistake about it: FHM is not dead. It will continue to be the no. 1 men’s lifestyle title as FHM.com.ph with 4.8 million followers across different new media platforms. The numbers continue to grow and so is its influence. Like the magazine that birthed it, FHM in the web will continue to cover all the essentials on what it means to be a man. But it sure is going to be weird not being able…

3 min.

chise.alcantara@summitmedia.com.ph People are usually born into royalty. But Janice Hung’s title of “Wushu Queen” was not bestowed upon her through birthright; she had to work for it. Apart from her obvious good looks and amazingly athletic physique, she’s got an impressive list of accomplishments which include winning gold medals in the National Wushu Championships for ten years straight, a gold medal in the 1st Wushu Invitational held in Huangshan, China, and several other medals in international competitions like the SEA games. This made it hard for us to believe Janice when she told us that she “was once the weakest link in the Philippine Wushu Team” and that her long, slender figure was actually what gave her a disadvantage in certain categories in Wushu competitions. After hearing this from her, we…

3 min.
what we did all this time

FHM TEAM THE DARK DAYS ARE OVER Chief Allan Madrilejos: Slaying deadlines since the year 2000. For those who have worked under his tutelage, they know that when he wears his editor hat, he can sometimes be the harbinger of doom. TEAM FHM CIRCA 2004 Staff shoots back then meant shaking off your hangover, coming to the studio in your best jeans and white t-shirt, and smiling nicely for the camera. Those were, indeed, simpler times. THE MAN, THE LEGEND We know a lot of you guys were fans of the great tandem of Super Bong and BA, but only few people knew that most of their hijinks were inspired by The Great Alex Paita. CLASSIC MARK NICDAO We found a polaroid photo of an old cover shoot we had with Mark Nicdao featuring Bubbles Paraiso. Wonder how…

2 min.

Bianca 24, Mandaluyong city The worst part about working in the HR department is having to be the bearer of bad news. Telling people they’ve been laid off can be awkward and stressful, even more so if you’re crushing on them. “It’s to be expected. The print industry was already dying even before I got into this magazine, ha ha,” Jayce said forcing out a laugh. It made my heart ache looking into the sadness in Jayce’s puppy dog eyes. “I really liked reading your writing. Even if you don’t take the writing job we offered you, please keep writing.” Jayce looked at me strangely. “That’s a weird thing for a HR person to say,” he said with an honest smile. A couple of weeks later I had to do overtime to finish calculating…

3 min.
the death of tv is nigh

chise.alcantara@summitmedia.com.ph Soon enough, TV will be dead. Just face it. It’s inevitable. Just like CDs, DVDs, and print media before it, television as a medium for entertainment is destined to fall through the cracks into oblivion. Yes, you might own an actual TV, but you can no longer call the act of plopping yourself on a butt-sweat stained couch to devour a series as “watching TV.” For those who’ve embraced streaming as a service (Thank you, Netflix!), “bingewatching” is now a more appropriate term for this pastime, especially if you’re doing it on a 50-inch smart flat screen. Because, unless you’re one of those technology-allergic oldies, shows (foreign ones that can be labeled as “prestige” at least) are now consumed in this manner—in full seasons, rather than weekly episodes. And titles that…