Buhay Talaan ni Felipe - 2

Mamaalam, tala kong may ngiti, saglit lamang, may huling habilin, sa gitna ng yong paglalakbay, sa dako mong ihihimlay dalhin ang payapa't pangakong wagas. Patawad. May lunas pa araw nananamlay mong diwa s'yang may gamay ng malay mong tilang hiram. Itong minamataa, daang tinitimbang, dala, tang kong alay. Mamaalam sa mundong kay lupit, sadya kayang nilihis sa pait. Sa gitna ng yong paghihimlay, manlako kang maghihintay. Dalhin sa paaglitis. Taglay ng tamis. Paalam. ["Alay," Aia de Leon]

domingo, diciembre 19, 2004

Hanging out with my good friends Chris and Tappy was a blast. We first had dinner at the famous Hap Chan chinese restaurant in Malate. Then cruised for a while at the Roxas Bay Walk. Then we had a short field trip at the Pride Exchange.

We spent the rest of the night in Club Bed. Iba talaga kapag may kasama kang bakla. Mga babaeng bakla! Tuwang-tuwa ang mga pekpek sa dami ng mga gwapong bakla.

And as usual, I went home drunk. We all got home before sunrise. Buti na lang Mom and Dad stayed at Tagaytay for the weekend. Walang interview na:

"Anong oras ka nakauwi kagabi?" (12 midnight nasa bahay na ako)

"Sinong kasama mo?" (Eh di si [name of a neighbor])

"Saan ka nagpunta?" (Diyan lang sa ATC.... peksman!)

"Magkano nagastos mo?" (Wala pang 100 pesos. Peksman!)

I got home at around 5:30 and was in my bed by 6AM. My body clock automatically woke me up at 9AM and could not get back to sleep no matter how tired and sleepy I was. Well, minsan lang naman dumalaw sa Pilipinas si Chris. I will survive.




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Spent another day with Chris again today. We had lunch at Yellow Cab Alabang and introduced her to the well-craved-for Roasted Garlic and Shrimp.

Yum!

I will be seeing her again tomorrow. Not so sure if I will be available in the morning but I'm possitive I will see her tomorrow before she goes to Baguio for her sister's wedding sometime during the week.