Oh yes, you’ll never beat Jollibee’s Crispy-licious, Juicy-licious Chickenjoy and the Pinoy-style spaghetti that caught the hearts and stomachs of millions of Filipino children, you ugly scary clown! ♥
And hey, that “fat stupid happy bee’s” a lot cuter than that ugly scary clown! :P
LOL. To be fair, McDonald’s got really good food, but undoubtedly, Jollibee is the Philippines’ No. 1 Fastfood chain. :) And I’m proud to be(e) a batang-Jollibee! :)
♫ Ilan tulog na lang, Jollibee na naman,
Ang araw lulubog, bukas mabubusog,
Sa chicken joy manok at yum burger bilog,
I love you Sabado, pati na rin Linggo!
Hintay ka lang Jollibee nandyan na ko
Panlasang Pilipino at home sa Jollibee! ♪
- Remember this famous Jollibee song? hahaha! oh my childhood days.. ♥
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Just a plug for Hamegame ♥
PRE ORDERED UP SHIRT BY HAMEGAME!
200 EACH! GET 10 PIECES AT 160 EACH!
PRE ORDER IS UNTIL JUNE 10 2010
SHIRTS WILL BE AVAILABLE BY JUNE14-15 MEET UP PLACES: ATENEO MIRIAM UP DILIMAN CAMPUS KATIPUNAN PHILCOA FAIRVIEW DON ANTONIO LAGRO
WE SHIP NATIONWIDE!
please reblog. :)
June is here and classes are near. haha :)
PAPASOK PA LANG SA SCHOOL
Mangoes - The Philippines’ sweetest delight :)
1995 the Guinness Book of World records listed the Philippine mango from Carabao as the sweetest fruit in the world.
Besides being truly sweet - the Philippine mango is definitely also the most delicious and most tasty and free of fibers so often found in other countries’ mango fruits
The Philippine mango has a full year season - hence for a full 12 months mango are found on all major local markets. The production quantities of course vary during the course of the year with peak season being from spring until fall and low season around November until February. Season may vary depending on province.
KANIN! RICE! I love rice! ♥ Whether it’s in a sushi or in a paella, lugaw (porridge) or champorado (chocolate-flavored porridge? LOL IDK) or in whatever flavor it is served or style it is cooked, I love it! After all, it’s our (Filipinos) staple food. Surely, bread is good, pasta makes me full, burgers and pizzas taste awesome, but a meal is not a meal if it doesn’t have rice (at least for most Filipinos). :) Ohhhh rice! It’s one of the things I love about being a Filipino. :)
Italians have their gelato. Indians, their kulfi. Japanese, mochi. Filipinos? Sorbetes! ♥
Often called “dirty ice cream”, this Filipino version of ice cream is usually peddled from carts by Mamang Sorbeteros that roam around the streets while ringing their ice cream bells. It is usually served with small wafer or sugar cone, sometimes monay (bread buns), or on a small cup. And it is not really dirty as the name implies, it’s just called dirty because it is usually homemade or made from an unknown factory. But who cares? Like as many of us say, "mas madumi, mas masarap!" (the dirtier, the yummier!) *LOL* Just kidding! Seriously, what makes it really unique from other countries’ ice creams is that sorbetes is made of coconut milk and cassava flour, and of carabao’s milk instead of the usual cow’s milk. And of course, what makes this delight unforgettable (and weird) to foreigners is its common Cheese Flavor. Well actually, it’s not really cheese-flavored ice cream. It is vanilla ice cream with grated cheese and yellow food coloring. :) It doesn’t taste weird as you (foreigners who haven’t tasted it yet) think. Salty ice cream? Nah! It’s still sweet like your regular ice cream, only with bits of grated cheddar cheese. ;)
(Note: If you find grammatical errors and/or misspelled words on my current and previous posts, please do correct me. I’m still willing to learn even if I’m already out of school. :D And you, Filipinos who worship the English language, may you be able to forgive me - coming from one of the best universities in the country - for not being fluent in the English language as you are. Hmm.. Can I just excuse myself for not finding the right words because I’m an artist? LOL)
Wikipedia, and a friend of my Dad who owns a small factory of Dirty Ice Cream :)
Mamang Sorbetero - http://pilipinoanglahiko.wordpress.com/2009/06/28/dirty-ice-cream/
Ang bagOng PaNgULo Ng PiNas.
(photo and caption submitted by: champoy )
Personally, Noynoy is not my kind of president. Then why is he here? Because it’s a damn cute caricature and I’m a damn cute artist! Hahaha NO. The answer is simple - hope. I like how many Filipinos (including the one who sent this *wink*), despite poverty and the fact that his opponents have more and better accomplishments than him, still have their hopes for a better Philippines through this man. I may not have voted him during the polls, but like many of my fellow countrymen, I have hopes and dreams for this country and for its people. Honestly, I do not believe that Mr. Noynoy would serve as a great president for our country, but I do hope that he means what he said: that he would not steal, and that he could lessen the country’s poverty through that principle. Or at least, be better than GMA. :D
Go Philippines! Kaya natin ‘to! Ngayon mas kailangan ni Noynoy ng suporta. Tapos na ang eleksiyon kaya tayong mga hindi bumoto sa kanya, siya naman ang suportahan natin ngayon. Gasgas kung gasgas, pero kailangan talaga nating magkaisa. (Advance happy Independence day. Yuhoo!)
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And now, meet Ice Scramble, a relative of Sorbetes. LOL
A usually pink, yummy, Filipino-style smoothie commonly sold on the streets, and now on malls as well. It’s basically made of crushed ice, skimmed milk, sugar, maybe some flavoring and coloring, and chocolate syrup and powdered milk as toppings. Sometimes it includes sago (tapioca pearl) or marshmallows. There, that’s all folks. I’ma excuse myself now ‘cause I’m kind of salivating… *Must… Buy… Iskrambol! Aargh!*
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I now pronounce Chocnut as the National Chocolate of the Philippines. Thank you. *Bow* hahaha
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*NOTE: For those of you who believe that this is another proof of "Filipinos don’t have originality" and "Filipinos are copycats", please look for the meaning of the words copy and parody in your dictionaries first. Thank you! :)