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Discussion in 'General Chit Chat' started by court95, May 9, 2018.
Jollibee, OPM live bands, and the hustle and bustle of Manila (I'm a Manila boy and I know my way around Paco, Ermita, Tondo, Mabini, etc. like the back of my head. It was my playground back then. Hahaha).
I think they must put some addictive material in those Jollibee burgers!
Absolutely. they'll have it here soon in London around Earls Court from what i've heard so we can get addicted to it again.
I hate Jollibee. I only went to one in Surigao but it was enough
Fills a gap
yuk, full of saturated fat, sugar and salt.
The jollibee burger with pineapple is nice. But the jollibee spaghettini is not something I would have again. Tried it but it’s sweet and is not for me.
Maybe you should use this picture when congratulating others when gaining their visa’s Cheers!
People peeing and spitting everywhere?
Steady on you will be going over to the Philippines next.
I brought loads of Philippine beers for my office mates. They actually liked it surprisingly, especially Red Horse.
Plastic carrier bags.
My Mother asks me to collect my supermarket carrier bags when I am abroad so that she can use them as bin liners for her kitchen pedal bin.
I always present her with the usual lavish bunch of flowers first.
i could easily get used to it--similar to special brew..so i wont go down that route again. lol one wineglass of it and i was buzzin.
nida made papaya pickle while she was over in the pinas==bought a couple of tubs back with her.....
Now we just need to have the warm weather back, some BBQ and beer. You'll be all set hahahaha
Last time we went Pinas Asawas mama made us some to bring back, delicioso.
Looks good big mac, I’ve never tried that yet .
How does it taste? Is there vinegar in it or is it sweet.? Is that green papaya or ripe papaya?