Doubt (2008)

Great film. A must watch.


Are You F*cking Kidding Me?

The missus and I have been discussing lately Facebook and how it has entered into our everyday lives. It has enabled us to get updated with our friends & relatives as to how they are doing at a certain moment ---provided that they update their status. How their kids are, what's he/she doing at the moment, where they are, what movie did they watch, etc. etc.

But when is it too much? Surely, I don't need to know if a friend is about to eat breakfast, or lunch, or dinner. I don't need to know or care if he's about to sleep, or if he just woke up and got online, or offline.

Further, I don't need to know if you're aching to have a gf or bf. Or how mad you are at the world right now because it rained. Some things are just too personal to write on Facebook with all your friends, relatives, and officemates reading.

That's why the blog was invented. So that you can shell out your angst and disgust out there in the Internet wilderness, where no one THAT YOU KNOW needs to be informed.

To end, here's Kate Miller-Heidke with the Facebook song. Hilarious!


Angel's Kitchen

It's a quaint fine-dining restaurant located along Connecticut Street in Greenhills. The ambience is cool to the eyes, with the food great as well. The crowd seemed to be from the high-end, which should've made us prepared for what our total bill would be.

I ordered the Pakbet Rice with Lechon Kawali......ANG SARAP! The missus ordered fish and Owa ordered the beef roast ---both good as well.

The drawback of this place is that it's expensive. Dinners with the missus and Owa never reached P1,700++ but this one did.

But I'll definitely come back for the Pakbet Rice with Lechon Kawali anytime!



Fabulous Finds: Bagoong Club Resto

"Bagoong Club tayo."

I couldn't believe my ears. It was the missus uttering those 3 beautiful words that I've longed to hear for quite some time now. We had ran out of places to eat at the Tomas Morato area on our Saturday dinner after Mass when she finally decided to give us an opportunity to try Bagoong Club Resto just off Tomas Morato.

"Baka naman puro bagoong dyan!" she would say whenever we passed by the place. I was really intrigued to eat there especially when my officemate, GP, had already been there to try and made nice comments about the place. It made me want to eat there more. "Someday, I'm going to eat there," I said. Who would've known that two Saturdays ago, that would be the day.

Bagoong Club Resto didn't disappoint. We ordered the Seafood Binacol, Kalderetang Baka and Dila, and Lechon Sisig ----ang sarrrrap!

The menu is all local food but slightly different. It's like Gerry's or Dencio's with a twist.

You got to try it!


Be Kind Rewind (2008)

Hmmm, I didn't really like this.