1 Million Mark & Happy Anniversa-THREE!


It’s a triple celebration today as this blog turn 3 years old and simultaneously, it just hit its 1 million views mark. As you can see, there’s a new look of the layout to give it a fresher vibes.

Here’s the screencaps from my Dashboard taken this 11:15 a.m. showing the 1,000,033 views. . .

1 million views and counting…thank you so much everyone for your patronage and loyalty to this blog.

As this blog turns 3 today, let’s take a look at some of the popular icons, symbols and other stuff that has 3 or at least signifies this powerful numeral on it. . .

In chemistry:

Atom is consist of three constituent particles: the Electron, the Proton and the Neutron.

In film:

The unbeatable trio of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley had conquered all our hearts in a series of films that made them famous in the first place.

Following the success and fever of Harry Potter is the Twilight series where a mortal Bella Swan falls for a vampire Edward Cullen and is loved much by her childhood friend Jacob Black who is a werewolf. Again, the power of three.

Again, in this film based on another book adaptation, three friends have won our hearts as Charlie, Sam and Parick showed us the perks of life and how to combat it with compassion and acceptance.

In TV:

In this series, three good witch sisters bewitched us with their powerful spells.

What does a Vampire, a Werewolf and a Ghost have something in common? The answers are: a house that they share and dwelling in as they face the many challenges of “being human”.

In fictional superhero:

The iconic superheroes of all time also known as the “Trinity”: Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman have been idolized (myself included) from generation to generation.

In fairy tale:

Who would forget these three little pigs? Just cute!

In novel:

In this classic French novel, three musketeers along with D’Artagnan (not a musketeer) showed us the meaning of what true inseparable friendship is all about as they face adventures together, “All for one, one for all.”

In comedy and popular culture:

These three fellas made us laugh with their numerous short subject films. They were indeed one-of-a-kind vaudeville and comedy act of the mid-20th century.

In music:

The most commercially successful vocal group in America and during the Motown era that launched the career of legendary Diana Ross having tallied a total of 12 number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100.

Having sold 10 million copies of their self-titled debut album and scoring 3 number one hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Wilson Phillips was the best-selling trio of their time. Hold On…that was in the early 90’s.

Tallying a total of 4 number one singles, 50 million albums and 15 million singles sold worldwide, TLC was ranked by Billboard as one of the greatest musical trios. At the end of 1999, they were ranked as the seventh most successful act of the 1990’s and in 2008, inducted into the All Time Hot 100 Artist Hall of Fame by Billboard.

This is a number one peaking song of Britney Spears in 2009 talking about threesomes while referencing American folk-singing trio Peter, Paul and Mary during the chorus as a sexual slang. Naughty Britney!

 

She Bop is a number 3 peaking song by Cyndi Lauper and probably the most commercially released “masturbation” song. In the video, many sexual metaphors were used such as the “self-service” sign and 3 gas pumps with the signs Good, Better and Nirvana in the cartoon part of the video. This was also the first song she sang during her comeback gig in Manila last March 17, 2012.

I guess that’s all for now. Once again. I would like to thank and congratulate everyone who has been there for me since day one. Three years and counting with a million views…and it’s all because of you my loyal readers. I’m speechless and grateful. Cheers to you all!

 

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