Kuya Itan and kuya Boyet’s Birthday Celebration Treat (thank you!!!) @ the last day of Max’s Chicken all-you-can 2 hours of waiting, dozens of murdered chicken *not sure if 7, 6, 7 or more pa ang nakain nang tatlong hyper adik na yan (jm, sam, jepus).. hehehe grabe ang lakas kumain ni Jabez! (the cute little boy in red)
Banana Play Money
This is the first activity in our department’s team building. All we have to do is write on small paper sheets some five interesting facts about oneself.
The most interesting that I’ve heard from this activity was about Sir Shato’s most cherished possession. (not in photo) Five years ago, he and his wife were fighting, apparently, about finances. Overheard by their 3-year old daughter, she innocently gave him a 500-peso play money. The fake paper bill never left his wallet ever since. A big awwwwwwwwwwww from me.
“Kadalasan, eto nga lang laman ng wallet ko eh”, he jokingly added.
Here’s my five facts (not that we care ;p):
Exciting Place I’ve Been To: Melbourne
Cherished (Earthly) Possession: My Scrapbox
Interesting Person: Tricia Gosingtian
Achieved Goal: Sold more than 700 Self-made Shirts in 3 weeks
Unique Experience: Gave Gary V a Banana! (See image below)
Mashed-up the emo tarsier keychain from Fer and the cage from Erwin. :p Back into 2009 when we were touring Bohol, I remember a tarsier sanctuary caretaker sharing with us how nocturnal these small creatures are. Meaning, they sleep by day and become most active at night. The thing is, tourists go around by day. So why can’t we adapt to their behaviour instead of them being bombarded by our noisiness during their bedtime? Caretaker says DO NOT TOUCH, but we touch touch. Caretaker says DO NOT USE FLASH, but we flash flash. To our dear department secretary of tourism, for the sake of these poor animals, I suggest that we develop our version of a Night Zoo. Singaporeans are doing it right with their Night Safari. (quote source)