We had some drinks last Saturday at Jonas' place, to celebrate his and Ais
's birthdays. It was fun enough, especially when we started playing the "Never never have I ever" drinking game. Too bad we only got to play a single round; more secrets would have been revealed.
Oh, and Jonas still has terrible timing when singing. And he's slow too; he still hasn't figured out who the Patty Laurel look-alike
is. Even after Alekos showed him this picture, which is a dead giveaway.
O, kung 'di pa ma-gets 'yan, ewan ko na lang. And if you're not slow like Jonas and you figure it out, just say, "Ahh... gets!" ok?
After that, we weren't quite ready to call it a night yet, so nag, uhm, "DotA" kami. Leks, Jonas, and Oliver all agreed that "DotA" was fun, and we were all probably going to do it again. Very very soon.
But it could have been more fun, eh killjoy si Jonas eh. Ika nga ni Joey Marquez kay Paolo Bediones, "Ikaw na lang ang malinis, kami na lang ang madumi."
Going over the news items, blog entries, and emails about the Pacquiao fight, I can't believe no one has mentioned the absolute best thing about the whole card -- Lani Misalucha's rendition of the Philippine National Anthem. I swear, I wasn't even watching the TV here at the office
, and when she started singing, I just got these goosebumps. It was chilling. I think she made me more proud to be a Pinoy with what she did more than anything Pacquiao did that night.
My mom seems to agree. When I got home that evening, that was the first thing she talked about over dinner, "Nagtayuan yung mga balahibo ko sa kanta ni Lani eh." She stayed up late just to hear Lani again that night.
After work last Sunday, I had some time to run to Greenhills, so I finally got to shop for a new bag, something I'd wanted to do for some time now
. Here it is:
I had wanted to buy a new pair of shoes too, but I remembered, may butas pala yung medyas ko. Saka na lang.
At saka kapag bumili ako ng shoes at bag sa isang araw... ang kikay! Hehehe.