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Gosh.... the second day of our examination.. (ayaw na!). My God, I had a major headache after the exam. I don't want to go through that one again. One consolation: there's a cute guy in our batch taking the exam! wawawee!!! deliciousness!

After that grueling exam, of course.... number one remedy: Food! And of course, I have to go with my shopaholic friend and do some shopping. Argh!

Well, this photo was taken in Oriental (a shop from Clark). You could buy a t-shirt for 20 Php. Mala-ukay-ukay. Surprisingly, there are many people buying stuff again. There was a decline in the number of shoppers when SM Pampanga was built but of course, this is the place when you want to buy stuff at low-low prices! You just have to have your handy calculator with you because the prices are in dollars. So, when you're in the land of Tocino, go to Clark and do some a-shopping!

PS-I've watched the female American idol contestants last night. I was terribly disappointed! Gosh, I think the women are at the disadvantage this time. hayy.. well, we could still hope for a miracle!

Comments

Oh my, oh my.
We have a different theme now ah.
Baby blue kung baby blue.
:-)
rbasmayor said…
Wow, I like the color of your blog... Sky Blue is my favorite color since kinder.
Neth said…
oo.. medyo nagsawa na ako sa green.. HAHAHA!

so blue muna tayo hehehe ;)

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