Since I got back, I got to eat my favorite food:
- my mom’s Kare-Kare
- a lot of Sungee ripe mangoes
- Circles buffet
- Corned beef and Pinoy chocolate (I call it tsokolate eh) at Antonio’s breakfast – Thanks to Grass!
- Inihaw and pakbet
- Ceasar salad with an ultimate mudslide at TGIF
- Cafe Breton and more breton – it’s become comfort food for Jorey and me
P450/month is something most of us can spare. If you charge it on your credit card, you probably won’t even notice it. It would equate to more or less one night out with friends on food and booze but for the same amount you can also get to send a Filipino kid to school and give him a chance to get out of poverty and maybe even support his family, and, if we lived in an ideal world, maybe also give back to society.
By now, everyone probably has Anya Hindmarch’s I’m-not-a-plastic-bag bag which started out as a good idea coz it had an environmental message. But these bags have been selling at very inflated prices it’s just silly. I just hope the peeps who bought the bags at least understand the point of the bag.
Then there’s Lauren Bush’s feed bag which sells on Amazon for Continue reading
This is the weighing scale at the Changi Airport:
This is the weighing scale for PAL passengers at Changi:
I was eyeing this bag on the internet and it got sold out before I could even buy it. It was already on my cart huhu. It happened a few days ago and I can’t get it out of my mind.
It had a reasonable price too. I’m not paying (can’t afford is more like it) $625 for the similar shaped Furla bag.
On Calv’s tip, I searched for Makati police on You tube and found this.
The Makati police has uploaded a set of videos on Youtube to help the public be more aware of the different modus operandi of criminal elements. It’s very informative. For starters, I now know what the Chief looks like. (He’s pretty young.) Kudos to him!
Everyone should let their helpers watch the Dugo-dugo video.
I think a simple awareness campaign like this one can help a lot. Walang maloloko kung walang magpapaloko.
Yeah so you’ve probably watched the dancing Filipino prisoners on Youtube by now. I personally found it funny and entertaining – the dancing and the choice of songs. It’s soo 80’s – Thriller and Radio Gaga? I think a LOT of Filipinos could really relate to the 80’s.
I saw that video on an Indian News channel here in Singapore while buying Hello Panda from the store behind our building. It even made it’s way to Perezhilton.com.
But I find something off with how Filipinos react to the video. Continue reading
Today i cooked sarabasag – not as good as jorey’s but he’s not around so there.
But my fresh mushroom soup is mmm mmm mmm. Napailing ako sa sarrrap parang commercial.