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FHM Philippines March 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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Philippines
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English
Publisher:
Summit Publishing Co., Inc
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from the editor

The founder of Classic Pare® Titos and Titas of Manila makes a very good case for the success of his community: There is so much negativity on social media it was inevitable that people would seek escape from it. Nostalgia became a way out.It makes sense. The present is insane. The future is uncertain. Only in the past can you find some sort of comfort. The thing about the past is that it could have actually been the worst of times, but we have the luxury of filtering out the bad memories for the good ones, so what is left is “a time when life was simpler and people were truly happy.” (Old Souls, p.42).But we’re not going to be overly dramatic. We turn 18 this month and while we’ve…

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reactions

LADY IN REDMyrtle is the lady in red on FHM’s February cover and I couldn’t be happier. She’s really done it all; singer, actress, cosplayer, and now two-time FHM cover, the cosplay queen is definitely back! John Ariel Tortoza, via FacebookVALENTINE’S SUCCESS STORYI read your article on must-try chocolates. Guess what? I bought some for a girl I liked and gave them to her on Valentine’s Day. I got to ask her out but I think she’s more in love with the chocolates than me, ha ha!Allen Abion, via FacebookSNEAKER SAVERI was ready to throw a few of my ratty sneakers away but thank god I saw your article before it was too late! Managed to do some DIY restoration. Thanks, fam!Bry Panesa, via FacebookWHAT A WOMANThe last time I…

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a welcome invasion

KIM JINALUCKY MIZILILEE BOMYIPARK SIENNAPARK SIENNAWho’s your favorite One athlete?Angela Lee, because she’s always so pretty yet so tough, plus she’s Korean and she always wins her matches, ha ha! She seems like a person who enjoys her life when I view her SNS (Social Networking Sites) and doesn’t care about how other people think of her. Most Koreans, including myself, really care about how other people perceive us.Would you want to be able to care less about what other people think like Angela?Not really. I think we should respect the things that are deeply rooted in our culture. It might be hard at times but we care about what other people think because we respect their opinions about us and use them to be able to improve ourselves in…

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a guide to being a tito

Change is inevitable. Whether it be our career, the people we hang-out with, or the places that we used to frequent. The meaning of things also changes. Being a tito for example no longer requires you to have nephews or nieces. Now, it’s a lifestyle; change that a guy goes through whenever he reaches the halfway point of his life. Case in point: our bonafide titos, Chuck Isidro, lead guitar for Stellar, 49; journalist Jay Taruc, 45; business man and sneakerhead Bigboy Cheng, 41; and broadcast journalist Julius Babao, 49; who’ve all accepted their as tito-ness. Here are some cues to check whether you're already classified as a legit tito by heart.Which tito are you?“I became more appreciative of the blessings and the simple joys that I used to take…

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korean pops

Momo 20, Pyongyang, KoreaHere’s the thing about being in the KPOP industry: you’re always tired and on the road that the closest thing you have to a date is an interview with a ridiculously hot reporter. Case in point, Dennis, the gorgeous journalist sitting across me in my hotel room whom I’ve been flirting with the past hour or so.“Momo, as a KPOP star a lot of people look up to you. You’re known for your sweetness and charm. How do you maintain such a wholesome ima—”Ugh, I’m tired of questions like this! “Look, just because I’m a KPOP star doesn’t mean I’m perfect. I have a naughty side, too! What if I told you I wasn’t wearing any panties right now?” I said with a sly grin.“I’d say, “I…

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food on the move

Left to right: Schmidt’s Gourmet Hotdogs, Shawarma Bros, G.R.EAT Burger Truck. Find them at Santolan Town Plaza, San Juan CityAmbulant food vendors are not a new concept in the Philippines. We grew up waiting for the neighborhood taho vendor every morning and buy fishballs and kwek-kwek from peddlers pushing their makeshift kitchens down busy streets. We rave about the sisig from the aluminum Jollijeeps in Makati, and get excited when we see peanut sellers in the middle of a major highway because that means we’ll be stuck in traffic for a long time. But colorful food trucks hawking burgers, shawarma, hotdogs, and even ice cream? Now that’s something we don’t see often, but would certainly like to see more of. Read on for four food trucks that caught our hungry…

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