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Puckering Time

It's now or never.
 

Utter decadence

If you were tuned in yesterday to Sophie’s radio program, yes, I was the one who requested for the Up dharma Down song around 10.30 am. I did an official business there with friends from the UPD. We were at the LS booth trying to irk Sophie who was labeled as half fish-half goat by Joe Spinner. Sorry for those who wasn’t able to hear me on-air.



Afterwards we repaired to Dencio’s Albano (right in front of the ELJ Building of ABS-CBN) and had chicken barbecue for lunch. Dishes are priced quite reasonably, although I would have preferred eating out in cheaper restaurants. But what who cares, I love venturing out for the unknown. What doesn’t kill me makes me stronger. And satiated.

*Photo courtesy of Little Anne.
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