Anything Under The Sun Ads

Free counters!

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

My The Sims 4 Images Part 54

Dr. Garfield meets Mayor Whiskers

Dr. Garfield starts his daily job of curing and improving the health conditions of Sims pets and other animals.

Happy customers

Saturday, August 25, 2018

My The Sims 4 Images Part 53

Dr. Carlisle Garfield purchased a lot to build his first house.

Carlisle Garfield loves his pet so much he hugs them.

The first picture of Dr. Garfield pet posted on its Instagram.

The cat pet of Carlisle is sleeping soundly on its bed

Veterinarian Dr. Carlisle Garfield first visit and work on his veterinary clinic.

My The Sims 4 Images Part 52

What do you think of the party outfit of Hyacinth Malick? I think she is very happy with it...

They let the fridge open while the sleep tight and sound at night...

Friday, August 3, 2018

My The Sims 4 Images Part 51

The different reactions of Hirofumi Kobayashi while watching a television channel while their maid is standing there and not moving at all...

This girl is trying to have a party outfit what do you think of her?

Saturday, June 30, 2018


The excitement of FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia continues into the Round of 16 with top 2 players of each group advances to the playoffs in different cities in Russia. The world's most popular sporting event is already running for two weeks already and will continue for another two weeks until which another new world champion is celebrated into the world stage. Not only bookmakers are placing their bets for which team they will want to win but also some psychic animals also participates in predicting the winners of the tournament's matches one of the popular psychic is Paul the Octopus which predicted Spain as the FIFA World Cup 2010 Champion and this year 2018 it is the deaf cat Achilles which is making waves in predicting the winners in the tournament's matches. Watchful Eyes Of A Silhouette has its own favorite in the tournament and here it is.

Favorite Teams


Favorite Forwards

Artem Dzyuba - Russia
Mohammad Al-Sahlawi - Saudi Arabia
Luis Suarez - Uruguay
Edinson Cavani - Uruguay
Cristiano Ronaldo - Portugal
Andre Silva - Portugal 
David Silva - Spain
Jefferson Farfan - Peru
Edison Flores - Peru
Gonzalo Higuain - Argentina
Lionel Messi - Argentina
Sergio Aguero - Argentina
Mario Mandzukic - Croatia
Neymar - Brazil
Douglas Costa - Brazil
Mario Gomez - Germany
Marco Fabian - Mexico
Romelo Lukaku - Belgium
Harry Kane - England
Blas Perez - Panama
Luis Tejada - Panama
Luis Muriel - Colombia
Miguel Borja - Colombia
Shinji Okazaki - Japan
Mousa Sow - Senegal
Sadio Mane - Senegal

Favorite Midfielders

Mohammed Elneny - Egypt
Taisir Al-Jassim - Saudi Arabia
Cristian Rodriguez - Uruguay
Lucas Torreira - Uruguay
Joao Moutinho - Portugal
Sergio Busquets - Spain
Andres Iniesta - Spain
Koke - Spain
Thiago - Spain
William Kvist - Denmark
Christian Eriksen - Denmark
Paul Pogba - France
Blaise Matuidi - France
Ever Banega - Argentina
Angel Di Maria - Argentina
Luka Modric - Croatia
Ivan Rakitic - Croatia
John Obi Mikel - Nigeria
Casemiro - Brazil
Philippe Coutinho - Brazil
Paulinho - Brazil
Fernardinho - Brazil
Celso Borges - Costa Rica
Bryan Ruiz - Costa Rica
Sami Khedira - Germany
Toni Kroos - Germany
Mesut Ozil - Germany
Thomas Muller - Germany
Andres Guardado - Mexico
Giovani dos Santos - Mexico
Sebastian Larsson - Sweden
Gabriel Gomez - Panama
Anibal Godoy - Panama
James Rodriguez - Colombia
Keisuke Honda - Japan
Shinji Kagawa - Japan

Favorite Defenders

Diego Godin - Uruguay
Pepe - Portugal
Bruno Alves - Portugal
Gerard Pique - Spain
Nacho - Spain
Sergio Ramos - Spain
Simon Kjær - Denmark
Andreas Christensen - Denmark
Mathias Jørgensen - Denmark
Christian Ramos - Peru
Javier Mascherano - Argentina
Nicolas Otamendi - Argentina
Kári Árnason - Iceland
Thiago Silva - Brazil
Miranda - Brazil
Filipe Luis - Brazil
Oscar Duarte - Costa Rica
Francisco Calvo - Costa Rica
Kendall Waston - Costa Rica
Mats Hummels - Germany
Jerome Boateng - Germany
Hugo Ayala - Mexico
Hector Herrera - Mexico
Edson Alvarez - Mexico
Kim Min-woo - South Korea
Kim Young-gwon - South Korea
Jang Hyun-soo - South Korea
Victor Lindelöf - Sweden
Martin Olsson - Sweden
Thomas Meunier - Belgium
Fidel Escobar - Panama
Roman Torres - Panama
Cristian Zapata - Colombia
Santiago Arias - Colombia
Yerry Mina - Colombia
Gen Shoji - Japan
Tomoaki Makino - Japan
Maya Yoshida - Japan

Favorite Goalkeepers

Essam El-Hadary - Egypt
Fernando Muslera - Uruguay
Rui Patricio - Portugal
Pepe Reina - Spain
Hugo Lloris - France
Pedro Gallese - Peru
Danijel Subašić- Croatia
Vladimir Stojković - Serbia
Manuel Neuer - Germany
Guillermo Ochoa - Mexico
Jaime Penedo - Panama
David Ospina - Colombia
Łukasz Fabiański - Poland

Favorite Coaches

Juan Antonio Pizzi (Spanish) - for  Saudi Arabia 
Oscar Tabarez (Uruguayan) - for Uruguay
Jorge Sampaoli (Argentinian) - for Argentina
Herve Renard (French) - for Morocco
Zlatco Dalic (Croatian) - for Croatia
Tite (Brazilian) - for Brazil
Oscar Ramirez (Costa Rican) - for Costa Rica
Vladimir Petkovic (Bosnian) - for Switzerland
Fernando Hierro (Spanish) - for Spain
Joachim Low (German) - for Germany
Juan Carlo Osorio (Colombian) - for Mexico
Jose Pekerman (Argentinian-Colombian) - for Colombia

Favorite Referees

Nestor Pitana - Argentina
Clement Turpin - France
Gianluca Rocchi - Italy
Bakary Gassama - Gambia
Cuneyt Cakir - Turkey
Malang Diedhiou - Senegal
Alireza Faghani - Iran
Wilmar Roldan - Colombia
Damir Skomina - Slovenia
Cesar Arturo Ramos - Mexico

Photo Source:


Thursday, May 24, 2018

Watchful Eyes' Mr. Gay World 2018 Favorite Picks

Mr. Gay World 2018 is being held from May 21 - 26, 2018 in Knysna, South Africa with the finals on Saturday, May 26 at Villa Castollini in Knysna, South Africa. The current Mr. Gay World 2017 John Fernandez Raspado of the Philippines will be crowning his successor. There is a public vote to chose the recipient of the people's choice awards. Various activities are being held to promote the tourism of Knysna and its nearby cities and also competitions which are the criteria for the selection of semifinalists.

Meanwhile here is Watchful Eyes' Mr. Gay World 2018 favorite picks:

Almost There: 


Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Nebraska's Sarah Rose Summers Is Miss USA 2018!

23 year-old Papillon native Sarah Rose Summers beats 50 other contestants to become the 67th Miss USA 2018. She became the first woman from Cornhusker State to win the title. She graduated cum laude from Texas Christian University with a bachelor's degree in children's development and strategic communications. First runner - up went to North Carolina's Caelynn Miller-Keyes while the second runner-up went to Nevada's Carolina Urrea. The rest of the finalists were Florida's Genesis Davila and South Dakota's Madison Nipe who was the recipient of the fan votes which qualifies her to the semifinals. Here is the results of the competition:

Miss USA 2018: Nebraska – Sarah Rose Summers
1st Runner-Up: North Carolina – Caelynn Miller-Keyes
2nd Runner-Up: Nevada – Carolina Urrea

Top 5
Florida – Génesis Dávila
South Dakota – Madison Nipe §

Top 10
California – Kelley Johnson
Georgia – Marianny Egurrola
Maine – Marina Gray
New Jersey – Alexa Noone
Tennessee – Alexandra Harper

Top 15
Maryland – Brittinay Nicolette
Massachusetts – Allissa Latham
Michigan – Elizabeth Johnson
Oregon – Toneata Morgan
Texas – Logan Lester

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Watchful Eyes' Miss USA 2018 Favorites For The Crown

         The 67th Miss USA 2018 will be returning to Shreveport, Louisiana after twenty years at the very venue of the finals at the Hirsch Memorial Coliseum on May 21 after it was last held in 1998 and just after three years it is returning home to the Pelican State. Fifty-one (51) contestants representing the 50 states and the District of Columbia will compete for the coveted crown. The reigning Miss USA 2017 Kara McCullough of the District of Columbia will crown her successor at the end of the event. 

        After watching the preliminary round of competitions, here is Watchful Eyes of a Silhouette favorites to have a shot at Miss USA 2018 crown:

District of Columbia
New Jersey
South Carolina
South Dakota

Almost There:


Saturday, March 17, 2018

Watchful Eyes' Binibining Pilipinas 2018 Final Top 25 Picks

The 55th Binibining Pilipinas 2018 will take place on Sunday, March 18 while the pre-pageant specials, The Road to the Crown primer took place last March 11. Forty (40) contestants will be competing for six (6) Binibining Pilipinas 2016 titles namely: Bb. Pilipinas Universe called Miss Universe Philippines, Bb. Pilipinas International, Bb. Pilipinas Intercontinental, Bb. Pilipinas Supranational, Bb. Pilipinas Grand International and Bb. Pilipinas Globe. 

Rachel Peters (Miss Universe 2017 Semifinalist), Mariel de Leon (Bb. Pilipinas International 2017), Chanel Olive Thomas (Miss Supranational 2017 Top 10 Semi-Finalist), Katarina Rodriguez (Miss Intercontinental 2017 1st Runner-up), Elizabeth Clenci (Miss Grand International 2017 2nd Runner-up) and Nelda Ibe (Miss Globe 2017 1st runner-up) will crown their successors at the end of the event. 

Here's Watchful Eyes of a Silhouette Binibining Pilipinas 2018 Final Top 25 List: 

Binibining Pilipinas 2018 Final Picks

1 - Vickie Marie Rushton
3 - Murielle Adrienne Orais
6 - Janice Roman
7 - Sigrid Grace Flores
9 - Agatha Lei Romero
10 - Kayesha Chua
11 - Maria Andrea Abesamis
14 - Samantha Mae Bernardo
15 - Juliana Kapeundl
16 - Annalita Vizcarra
17 - Ma. Athisa Manalo
18 - Rosantonette Mendoza
19 - Michele Theresa Gumabao
20 - Catriona Elisa Gray
22 - Sophia Juliann Baino
23 - Ena Louis Velasco
24 - Edjelyn Joy Gamboa
25 - Jerelleen Rodriguez
26 - Wynonah Van Joy Buot
29 - Samantha Kaye Avestruz
31 - Jehza Mae Huelar
32 - Eva Psychee Patalinjug
35 - Sandra Lemonon
36 - Loren Mar Artajos
38 - Karen Juanita Gallman

Friday, March 9, 2018

Watchful Eyes Binibining Pilipinas 2018 Best In National Costumes

Binibini No.         Name of Contestants    and        Gown Designers

1 - Vicki Rushton in Francis Libiran
4 - Ana Patricia Asturias in Dave Ocampo
8 - Marie Sherry Anne Tormes in Polly Lagyap
9 - Agatha Romero in John Cliff
10 - Kayesha Chua in Justine Navato
11 - Maria Andrea Abesamis in Chico Estiva
13 - Kristie Rose Cequeña in Richard Barretto
14 - Samantha Mae Bernardo in Benj Leguiab
18 - Rosantonette Mendoza in Ryan Uson Ablaza
20 - Catriona Gray in Jearson Demavivas
21 - Anjame Magbitang in Sonny Boy Mindo
24 - Edjelyn Joy Gamboa in Nat Manilag
26 - Wynonah Buot in Hanz Coquilla
27 - Henna Kaizelle Cajandig in Joel Acebuche
29 - Samantha Avestruz in Nick Guarino
30 - Sarah Margarette Joson in Jay-R Gamboa Flores
31 - Jehza Huelar in Neil Patrick Jimlani
33 - Stephanie Abellanida in Archie Castillo
34 - Mary Joy de Castro in Albert Figueras
35 - Sandra Lemonon in Edwin Uy
36 - Loren Mar Artajos in Adriano Samar
38 - Karen Gallman in Louis Pangilinan

Saturday, February 24, 2018

The Philippines Has A New National Olympic Committee President And Chairman

Victorico "Ricky" Vargas (rightmost) and Abraham Tolentino (leftmost) were elected as president and chairman of Philippine Olympic Committee, respectively

After more than a decade, the Philippines has a new president and chairman of the Philippine Olympic Committee. Victorico P. Vargas was chosen as the new president while Abraham Tolentino was hailed as the new chairman of the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) in an election held Thursday, February 23 held at the Wack Wack Golf and Country Club in Mandaluyong, Metro Manila. Vargas succeeded the current POC president Jose "Peping" Cojuangco Jr. who ruled the organization for 13 years before his defeat in the election.

Vargas is the president of the Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (ABAP) the governing body of boxing in the country while Tolentino is a congressman from Cavite and president of the Integrated Cycling Federation of the Philippines the governing body of cycling in the country.

Photo Source: 

A. Panlilio on Twitter for CNN Philippines

Friday, February 23, 2018

Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games History Making Records

The 23rd edition of the Winter Games took place from February 9 - February 25, 2018 in Pyeongchang, South Korea the first Winter Olympics to be held in South Korea and second Olympic games after the 1988 Summer Games held in Seoul. 2,914 athletes from 92 National Olympic Committees representing 92 countries participated and competed for the medals in the event. Here are just some of the historical firsts and record makers in the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. 

Winner Olympics Debuting Countries: Ecuador, Eritrea, Kosovo, Malaysia, Nigeria and Singapore.

First athlete to compete at eight consecutive Olympic event: Noriaki Kasai of Japan participated in the ski jumping qualification on February 8, 2018 on the eve of Olympic Games.

Youngest winner of Snowboard (Slopestyle event) - Redmond Gerard of USA (17 years old)

First two consecutive Olympic Figure Skating Gold Medal (Men's Single Event):  Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan

Most consecutive Winter Olympic win in Snowboard (Men's Half-pipe - 3 Olympic Gold Medal) - Shaun White of USA

Highest score obtained in Snowboard Men's Half-pipe - 97.75 achieved by Shaun White of USA

Highest scores obtained in Figure Skating Ladies' Single - 82.92  achieved by Alina Zagitova and 81.61 achieved by Evgenia Medvedeva both by OAR (Olympic Athletes of Russia)

Olympic Debut winning Gold Medal: Ladies Ski Half-pipe (Freestyle Skiing):  Cassie Sharpe of Canada

First Southeast Asian figure skater second consecutive Winter Olympics participation:  Michael Christian Martinez of the Philippines

Greatest Winter Olympian - Shaun White of USA

Countries Which Enjoy Participating At Every Olympics But Do Not Intend and Want To Win: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Portugal, Romania, San Marino

Special Awards:

Opening Ceremony

   Best in National Costume - Tonga flagbearer
   Best Dance Performance - Jamaica
   Best Outfit During the Ceremony - France and Slovenia

Tuesday, February 20, 2018


These are the following schedules of the seventeen (17) regional meets all over the Philippines whose winners will represent their respective regions in the annual and largest multi-sporting event in the country, Palarong Pambansa 2018 to be held in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur from April 16 - 20, 2018


ARMMAA - Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao Athletic Association

CARAA - Cordillera Autonomous Region Athletic Association

NCRAA - National Capital Region Athletic Association

IRAA - Ilocos Region Athletic Association

CAVRAA - Cagayan Valley Regional Athletic Association 

CLRAA - Central Luzon Regional Athletic Association

STCAA  - Southern Tagalog Calabarzon Athletic Association
  * aka CALABARZON (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon)

MIMAROPAA - Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan   
                            Regional  Athletic Association
  *aka Southern Luzon Region 

BRAA - Bicol Region Athletic Association

WVRAA - Western Visayas Regional Athletic Association

CVRAA - Central Visayas Regional Athletic Association

EVRAA - Eastern Visayas Regional Athletic Association

ZPRAA - Zamboanga Peninsula Regional Athletic Association

NMRAA - Northern Mindanao Regional Athletic Association

DAVRAA - Davao Region Athletic Association 

SRAA - Soccsksargen Regional Athletic Association
*aka SOCCSKSARGEN (South Cotabato, Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani, General Santos).

                                       Date                        Venue / Host Province

ARMAA -    February 12 - 16, 2018                         Upi, Maguindanao
CARAA -     February 4 - 9, 2018                            Bangued, Abra
NCRAA -     February 12 - 17, 2018                        Pasig City, MM
IRAA (Region I) -   February 11 - 17, 2018              Alaminos City, Pangasinan
CAVRAA (Region II) -  February 23 - March 1, 2018  Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
CLRAA (Region III) -   February 25 - March 2, 2018  Malolos City, Bulacan
STCAA (Region IV-A) -  February 11 - 17, 2018        San Pablo City, Laguna 
MIMAROPAA (Region IV-B) - March 12 - 16, 2018    San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
BRAA (Region V) -  February 3 - 10, 2018               Naga City, Camarines Sur
WVRAA (Region VI) -  February 18 - 23, 2018         Iloilo City, Iloilo
CVRAA (Region VII) -  February 24 - March 2, 2018   Tagbilaran, Bohol
EVRAA (Region VIII) - February 5 - 10, 2018            Calbayog City, Samar
ZPRAA (Region IX) -  December 10 - 14, 2017    Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur
NMRAA (Region X) -   December 13 - 16, 2017   Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Occidental
DAVRAA (Region XI) - February 18 - 23, 2018    Tagum City, Davao del Norte
SRAA (Region XII)  -   February 17 - 21, 2018    Koronadal City, South Cotabato 
CARAGA (Region XIII) -  February 24 - March 1, 2018  Butuan City, Agusan del Norte