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Funny Family Conversations

AIM conversation with bro:
Bro: may gift na ako sa iyo... effort ha.... mahal pala nun...
Moi: ano yun.... rubber shoes???
Bro: nge.. isang buwang sweldo ko na yun...
Moi: Lalake?
Bro: you wish...
Moi: basta gusto ko matangkad, matalino, sensitive, reads books, specifically fantasy and philosophical books...
Bro: impossible ata yun...
Moi: che! he might be gay but still...


I have always thought that I inherited my Phoebe-likeness from my mama... just today, I left my one and only cellfone at home in Laharlandia. So given that my cellphone is also my sole alarm clock I have to go home to get it.

Upon entering the house, my mother told me a very funny thing.

When she found my celphone, she immediately texted me..."Naiwan mo celphone mo,"
[ you left your cellphone at home. ] Confused, she heard my cellphone beeped and vibrated... then realization struck her.. "Eureka..." (Enter cue music from Going Bulilit...) I can't stop from laughing when she showed me her text in my inbox.




riot mom mo, funny!

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