Bukol Removal

Spoiler alert, walang video na pwede nating mapanuod while eating lunch. 😢😂 So kanina I’m about to tell the story of my bukol removal to my friends on messenger, pero naisip kong ilagay na lang dito para full experience and for everyone to know (wow). 😂 Also para kapag may nagtanong in the future how was it or bakit ako nag-leave sa office, I’ll be like, “I’ll just tag you the link of my full story” or “link on my bio.” Ganon. 😂

Antok na antok ako pag-uwi at kagigising ko lang from a really deep 2-hr sleep. My mind feels so alive right now, di ko alam if it’s because of the drugs I took a while ago. Anyway, I’m going to show a pic of that nasty shit I had for 9 years. And yes, if ngayon mo lang nalaman, di kita tunay na friend. ✌️😁

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Sayin’ good bye to this freak of nature.

I took that pic just before we went to the hospital today.

Tuwing may nagtatanong kung ano yan, sinasabi ko sebacious cyst pero I think lipoma is the more proper term for it. Pero di naman nila naiintindihan, so okay lang. 😂 Then I’ll move it around as if it’s a magic trick, and they’ll give me a grossed out look. Di kasi sya nakadikit sa laman, para syang nasa pagitan ng laman at skin kaya movable. Then I would say, “I could actually move this up to my neck.” 😂

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I had it removed at Unihealth-Parañaque Hospital and Medical Center. I never had a surgical operation before so I was a bit anxious. I was under Dr. Michael S. Pescante, and besh, ang tagal nya dumating, 1 hour and 15 minutes na ako nakahiga’t nakatulala sa surgical lights, no joke. Na-reminisce ko na buong childhood ko.

Pero mabilis lang yung operation nya sakin and I like that he’s very chill. So masakit ba? Part of it, yea. I felt different levels of pain. Di ko lang alam if I was really supposed to feel that despite the local anesthesia. Merong parang pitik lang ng crush mo nung grade 1, merong parang kagat ng antik, merong parang nung bumagsak ka sa isang subject nung college. Mga ganon. 😂 Yung cautery yung masakit, and I just learned about it. The pain was short but sharp. May isang pitik na parang gumapang sa buong sistema ko yung sakit. Like fuq that could kill me. Pero after nun, easy na lahat.

Pinakita sakin yung actual lipoma, it’s literally a piece of me, like a new-born kid. It feels weird to see it right in front of me. It’s so gross I love it! 😂 I wanted to take a pic just to gross out my friends but I wasn’t able to. I browse the net instead and found many that kinda looks the same.

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You’re welcome. 😂

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Worldbex 2017 x Shawarma sa Buendia

We went to Worldbex 2017 today at the World Trade Center in Pasay City kasi feeling namin mas maraming good stuff dun than the one at SMX, MOA. By good stuff, I mean chiks. Joke. Worldbex stands for World Building and Construction Exposition which is held every year in the country for more than a decade now. So basically, exhibition sya ng various companies and their products from different parts of the world. Do I sound very excited for this event? Because I’m honestly not, sakto lang. Ayoko lang mahuli sa latest buzz of our industry.

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Ang weird pala ng feeling kapag nakasalubong mo yung dati mong schoolmates tapos di ka nila matandaan, si Gene lang yung natatandaan nila. Ganun ba ako ka-lame? 😂 Anyway, dahil dadaan kaming Buendia, we decided to have this shawarma we’ve been hearing good in that place. Gene, Odet and I did a menial food review sesh again we’ve called The Hungry Cheapmunks. Coz we’re hungry, and we’re cheap (and judgmental). 😂

1st of all, I just wanna tell that shawarma is one of my favorites. I love the greasy beef, the onions, the tomatoes, the pipino and its creamy-savory-spicy sauce combo. The place is called Master’s Shawarma Station. So pagdating namin dun, mejo napa-“ay, eto lang pala yun” ako. Pero bumungad yung malaking beef na naka-hang, ngayon lang ako nakakita ng ganun kalaki para sa shawarma. 😂 We all ordered the one with rice, and the crews were quite fast on their service kahit ang daming customers, di ako nainip.

For Php60.00, ok naman yung dami ng serving, tapos sabi ni Gene unli sauce daw dun. At dahil balasubas kami, sinabaw namin yung sauce na parang KFC gravy. Hahaha! Joke, si Gene lang po. 😜 The generous sauce from this place (yung white & yung orange, whatever they’re made up of) pulled its score up from the typical shawarma carts I’ve tried before. Napasabi ako ng “ang shwarap ng shawarma wrap!”

Overall, I give it a 9/10 (so ako lang talaga yung nag-judge). May tendency na maumay yung tao sa sauce nila, pero kasalanan na ng tao yun.

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We Tried Indian Food

03-17-2017

Every after payday, my office friends and I try to at least make it a point that we have our happy break from work. One of our favorites is eating out together because it’s very convenient when you don’t have plenty of time. Last week, I learned that there are Indian carinderias nearby our office which is located in Brgy. Bangkal, Makati City. By nearby, I mean walkable. The longer I stay here, the more I realize na hipster tong lugar na to. Wala sya sa Makati CBD so yung businesses dito, maliliit at never-heard but of commendable quality because the market is still of average to high income professionals.

We had 2 Indian carinderias in our option, so we first checked out the nearer one. Feeling ko bago lang sya kasi dumadaan naman ako sa lugar na to pero ngayong gabi ko lang sya nakita. It’s called Rakhi Ka Dhaba, whatever the spelling is. Para syang 2-car garage na ginawang kainan. When we checked out the menu which was written on a chalkboard, we didn’t get that excited because there were only few items to choose from. Actually parang wala ngang choice eh, that whole menu could be a 1-set meal for a single head, tapos di pa namin alam kung ano yung mga yun or at least idea because there weren’t any images around. We of course asked what kind of food are those, but kuya only gave us generic anwers like “tinapay po yan,” “gulay po yan,” or “chicken po yan.” Mga ganun. So we decided to check out the other one muna.

So the other one is along Osmeña Hwy. Mejo malayo from the first one but we immediately had smiles when we saw it. It’s in bright orange and curvy details with the signage Incredible India (Indian Food Depot). Pagpasok namin, amoy pa lang we knew it’s legit. Ako I’m genuinely happy with the whole set-up, di ko lang sure yung mga kasama ko. Para syang Mini Stop with few seats for dine-in customers, tapos lahat sa paligid Indian products. Meron pa ngang cd’s ng Indian movies, di ko sure kung binebenta nila pero I guess they play it on the TV inside. Old and bulky pa yung tv, ang cute. At that time patay yung TV and they were just playing local songs instead, sayang dagdag indian vibes sana.

I wasn’t able to bring my cam so di ko mapakita. When choosing what food to eat, I opted for the ones I have no idea. Can’t remember the exact names but it’s a masala and a vegetable rice for a total of Php135.00. Ang inorder nung dalawa kong kasama, chicken curry and rice (eh di sana nag-pinoy carinderia na lang? joke). Nakalimutan ko kung anong name nung inorder ni Gene.

Nagtikiman kami ng isa’t-isa, este ng foods namin (sobrang corny). Masarap naman yung kanila pero may pagkalasang de lata, yung feeling mo may preservatives? Concern rin pala nila in the first place na puro microwavable yung foods kasi nga para lang syang convenience store, they were expecting something na freshly cooked ata. So generally, mukhang di sila nasiyahan sa experience nila. Hahaha! Pero ako I swear I loved it by heart. Gusto ko kasi ng mga pagkain na bago para sakin no matter how awful it maybe. Nasarapan ako sa food ko, pero I don’t know if you could trust me because I haven’t had anything like that to compare with, also, di ako choosy sa food.

I bought and took out packed pita breads before we got out. Actually di ko alam kung pita breads yun, wala kasi akong maintindihan sa nakasulat sa package, basta mukha syang pita breads.

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