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9 Things You Can Do With Paper Cuts

1. Highlight the parts that made you laugh and give it to someone who needs cheering up.

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2. Give it to someone who doesn’t know they’re in the book. Like Cyrus. Cyrus doesn’t know.

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What a crazy surprise.

3. Hand it over to your offspring who’s been complaining about your parenting skills.

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There’s nothing like using “At least I don’t use your vibrator on my face” to win an argument.

4. Give it to a sibling you had a fight with.

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You’ll be forgiven.

5. Make it a raffle prize. Jason did.

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6. Translate the Tagalog words yourself and give it to a friend who doesn’t speak the language.

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7. Write your phone number on it, leave it somewhere and let fate play.

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But if a weirdo starts bugging you, please don’t blame the book.

8. Use it as a travel guide.

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But ignore the parts about missing your flight.

9. Forget flowers, bring Paper Cuts to someone in the hospital.

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26 thoughts on “9 Things You Can Do With Paper Cuts

  1. Waahahahahha! Great suggestions! The 9th one will work! Laughter is the best medicine, right?

  2. cescadear on said:

    ooohhhh! i can’t wait to get a hold of this book!:)

  3. I just bought a copy of your book! I love it. I envy how you get to write even the most mundane of things.. But then again, nothing is really mundane about your life.😀

    • pajammy on said:

      thanks so much!

      you can totally do the same🙂 i spent years writing about every single day of my life even on days nothing interesting happened…😀

  4. Haha! Number 7’s cool!
    Actually, I’ve already tried that with another book.😀

  5. pajammy on said:

    hahaha awesome! did it work???

  6. Hi Ms Pam! Got a copy of Paper Cuts and I love it to bits! I’ve been a fan of your writing ever since I stumbled upon your blog. You’re a brilliant story teller. I’m hoping for a book signing soon🙂

    My favorites are your travel stories and your hilarious exchange of notes with your brother🙂

    • pajammy on said:

      Hi Ais!

      Thank you so much🙂 I am so happy you enjoyed it!

      There will be a book signing in January!

      Thanks for telling me your favorite parts, I love hearing about them🙂

  7. why is donald duck on the cover?
    my son kept on pointing to donald duck while i was reading the book.
    he shouts “donald duck! donald duck! donald duck!”

    i heart your book, pam. cant wait for compilation # 2.

  8. wow congrats pam!

    i’m one of your blog’s fan.

    how can we avail of this from u.s.? any sites we can order it from?

  9. funny. i have a church friend who just went home to PI last week. i just bugged her thru FB to please please find and bring me back a copy of your book. =)

  10. I wanna do number 7 hahaha🙂

  11. pajammy on said:

    hahahaha go for it!

  12. jackie on said:

    i know it’s not the same as reading a paper book – but are there any plans for e-books? i am not based in philippines anymore and if i rely on my kamag-anaks to get me a copy, well, baka meron ng part 3. or 4.

    • pajammy on said:

      Hi Jackie!

      Where are you based now?

      No plans to come out with e-books yet😦 Sorry…

      • im in the US! BUUUUT.. ( yes , a big BUT – har har har) I just learned that my dad will be in Manila next month so I am gonna pester him to drop by National Book store ( he has no idea na of the new stores like powerbooks) I hope meron stock! I am excited to read your book🙂

        • pajammy on said:

          Hey Jackie! Awesome that your dad is coming here! I’m sure he’ll be able to get a copy pa! Please contact me in case he has a hard time finding it… Thanks so much!

  13. Cool suggestions Pam! No. 7 & 9 will be for me.
    Can’t wait to get my copy from your book launch tomorrow.
    I was going to get it earlier, but I thought going to your book launch is a good excuse to see you!🙂

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