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Different faces of love

For its post-Valentine episode. Gandang Ricky Reyes Todo Na Toh presents different faces of love and lovers. “Height does not matter” is proven true by an odd couple. Joel is tall but was smitten by the charms of midget Charita whom he married and sired a  normal-sized daughter. “Love comes from the most unexpected places (and gender)” tells the story of  gay man Arzel and gay woman Rose. Find out how the mockery of people around them never hindered their union nor tarnished their love for each other.  Who wears the pants and who wears the skirt?  Stay tuned on the program to find out. “I love Daddy” need not be spoken especially if a son idolizes his father immensely.  Wherever father and son go they don identical clothes and even accessories. “Love me love my pet” is a saying that any animal lover’s sweetheart or mate must take note and ponder.  Childless couples deem their pets as the children they are deprived of.  Single boys and girls treat the cuddly animals as playmates, best friends and loyal companions. “The greatest love of all” pertains to loving yourself.  “If you love yourself you must maintain a healthy body and one example is taking MX3 capsule and drinking MX3 tea and coffee. This health supplement is extracted from the wonder fruit Garcenia Mangostana,” avers Gandang Ricky Reyes Todo Na Toh host-producer Ricky Reyes.  
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