What is Bored Pinoy?
Born from a series of boring days and endless internet surfing, BoredPinoy.com is Philippines’ newest lifestyle portal! It’s a hub that offers tons of stories done from and to relieve boredom. The website is loaded with articles on reviews, tips, and viral breakdowns—covering the concerns that everyone struggling with boredom may think of. Our holistic approach to lifestyle is also bolstered by the quality of our content that’s produced by our bored contributors and edited by experienced professionals and experts from various institutions. At the same time, we also connect with the common man: We’re not too high-brow that we neglect the masses nor too masa that we drive away intellectuals. BoredPinoy.com is Internet’s newest playground and you’re invited to join us.
M. Laurenze Celis started getting bored with life, the moment Red Horse was invented which dates back way beyond his name day. He dropped out of law school and seminary, as well as failed in launching his career in showbusiness, modelling, pro Pokemon TCG, Taekwondo, writing, photography and quite recently as a marketing manager for several snotty retail brands. He busies himself with playing Injustice and watching 90’s sitcom and anime.
Head of Web Development
Nico Muralla is an overachiever. He sings, he dances, he can even code if his dog’s life depends on it. Needless to say, his daily routine involves facing the computer for more than 15 hours a day. He is currently working for one of the country’s top e-commerce website, a part-time professor, and taking up his Masters in Computer Science at DLSU, where he tries his best not to be converted to a conyo.
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