21 comments on “The unmistakable ‘carisma’ of Bodine Koehler Pena

  1. I am really impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog.
    Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Either way
    keep up the excellent quality writing, it’s rare to see a great blog like this one these days.

    • Thanks for the compliment, Stacia. The layout is a free theme. I wanted to get a premium one but I don’t want to get stuck with it for a long period of time. 🙂

  2. I would not want to be standing right next to her or even near her if I was another MU candidate… BUT maybe if she was standing right next to the edge of a cliff and there were no witnesses..

      • Norman — Ideas are always good : ) Let’s hope Janine comes up with a few of her own come December so she’ll be able to stand toe-to-toe with the likes of Bodine and Irene. I’ve a feeling Latinas are going to dominate MU this year. BTW, thanks for translating the word “banga” for me (didn’t see a reply button up there so I’m responding to you here).

  3. That body!!!! Worth enough to die for… One to beat coming this coming December together with Venezuela… Still looking forward to our very own Janine Mari. We’ll see how will our representative shine if she will be standing side by side with the other contestants!

  4. Undeniably, she’s the girl to beat, she got everything a Miss Universe should posses. Actually, for me, she set the standard so high, that she’s the parameter on who will be the frontrunners come December.
    Puerto Rico for the win!
    I’m just wondering how Janine will like if she’s side by side with Bodine and other towering girls from the group “P” countries.

      • Basil — What does “banga” mean? I tried Googling it, but all I kept getting was something about Patti Smith…

      • Glenn, ‘banga’ is like a water claypot. When someone says ‘pasok sa banga’, it means the person is ‘in’ or a shoo-in if you will. 🙂

      • Wow! My word ‘banga’ is trending !yes it’s a water claypot.
        But when I say that Janine is “pasok sa banga”(shoo-in), I mean it in a sarcastic way, as in put her in banga,cover it, make sure to put 2 sacks of rice on top of the cover to ensure that she can never escape,,,,

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