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When a random person makes my day...

I went out with my friends the night before so I was looking like a typical zombie around 10 am the following day.  Let's just say that aside from looking and feeling like sh*t, brain cells also not working.

So I went to a convenience store to get myself an ice cream in the hope that it would wake me up.

Then this happened:

Cashier:  Maam, P270 po yang ganyan kaliit.
Me (zombie mode on):  Sige lang, heartbroken ako eh.
Cashier (looks at me and smiled) : OK lang yun maam, mukha naman marami kang perang pambili.
Me:  Heart or ice cream?

And just like that, I'm all awake and happy.




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  1. Siguro yan yung ice cream na malaki ng konti, nakakagulat naman kasi yung price

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    1. Yep, pero alam mo naman tayong girls, no ice cream or cake is that pricey if we need it :-)

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  2. Nakakarelate ako sa zombie mode mo:)

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    1. Hi May,

      And I feel so heartbroken when I'm puyat. Thanks for visiting!

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