sadly, our jew and moslem friends won’t enjoy the crispy pork belly experience
Dear Mang Boy,
Gusto ko lang pong ipaalam sa inyo na nakatanggap ako ng malaking pera galing sa gobyerno.
sabi ko kay mang boy, jay-jay ang tawag sa akin ng mga kamag-anak ko kasi junior ako at baduy na raw ang jun at jun-jun nung 1965. pero kung ipinanganak akong babae, ang ipapalayaw daw sa akin ng daddy ko ay Va-jayjay.
flu shot. di naman nila alam na ako si batjay pero si joker ang band aid na pinangtakip sa injection ko.
are you pregnant now or in the near future, ang tanong sa flu shot questionnaire. maybe, ang sagot ko. tawanan sa clinic.
books make the home. well, part of the home. but the monkey is the master of his domain.
one of the few times where the cover versions are better than the originals. bb king does a version of “on the way” and i couldn’t even imagine myself saying this but i really love “no more lonely nights”, the cover version, that is. it rocks.
dear santa and baby jesus, gusto ko nito.
stir fried baby bok choi and rice goes well with salted duck eggs and tomatoes, especially when it’s raining. don’t ask me why.
salted duck eggs and tomatoes. this simple dish has been a staple in southeast asia for hundreds of years. you can’t go wrong with it.
think of it as balls with perspiration. hehehe.
sinabi ni chinese baby jesus sa mah-tiu 4:4 “It is written: ‘Man shall not live on tokwa alone, unless it is crispy fried with sawsawan na toyo at suka.'”
i had lunch today at “Dude, where’s my curry?” – i almost chickened out because i am afraid of eating at joints where they can’t spell vegetable correctly. but after hesitating for 3 seconds, i chose my meat and my “vegtable” and had a madapaking great time.