1. Siya lagi ang bida sa usapan. 2. Hindi siya nagpapatalo kapag may pinagtatalunan kayo. 3. Hindi ka niya patatapusin magsalita, hihirit siya kaagad. 4. Pasimple ka niyang binubully sa mga hirit niya. 5. Lagi ka niyang kinokontra, para mapansin siya.
Yan yung mga taong walang ginawa kung hindi mag PABIDA . Buong conversation nyo ay nag bibida siya ng about sakanya. Kesyo may ganito siya, kesyo binilan siya ng ganito… Bakit niya sinasabi sayo to? For what!? Para mag PABIDA. Para mainggit ka. PAra ipamuka sayo na siya lang ang may ganon. Kainis diba? Ang sama nito, TODO effort siya na mag bida, ikaw naman wala kang pake. kasi…
e d ikaw na,sayo na lahat.gusto mo yan e, gusto mo ikw yung kawawa.. e d mu nga madiretso kung ano problema mo saken. puro ka post weak ka. gawa ka pa istorya para kaawaan ka ng tao. ugali mo tlga kilala na kta buti pinag tiisan at pinag paxensyahan kta tas gaganyanin mo ko. nakakaawa ka lang patulan manigas ka d kta papatulan yoko bumaba sa level mo.
Last Sunday, our friend Brian came home for a visit because it’s a long weekend! We decided a few nights before to meet up at the mall and bond over a movie + lunch.
We saw Train to Busan. I have no words left for that film. It stole them away. Really, man. *tries not to sob again* Agh. We then went to NBS afterwards. I was secretly hoping to find a new read but I failed….until I got back to the area near the entrance where I found a few copies of Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour! But then, I failed again. I didn’t get to buy it when I realized that I should be saving up instead of another addition to my messed-up shelf.
The bunch had lunch at Sizzlin’ Steak wherein we demonstrated our photo op skills and took advantage of the minimalist atmosphere around the restaurant. Froilan (the forever pabida he is) asked me several times to snap photos of him. There he is on the cover of this post, though. *sighs*
We got nachos with cheese dip for our appetizer. Medyo surreal yung moment because in less than 5 minutes, ubos na agad ang platter. I don’t know if you’d reconcile it as a horror story or a melodramatic one, though. I got Oyako Rice while the others ringed up burger steaks.
It was overall an awfully great day. One we got to spend with each other just as Brian needed to leave for UST again the following day.