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Little Erinn was in Mcdo with his cousin little Ja and his sister little Erika. He saw Mcdo’s suggestion box and decided to give his two cents–or his one peso. No this is not a weird Filipino expression, he literally dropped one peso into the suggestion box, mistakenly thinking that it was the same as a donation box.
Little Ja and little Erika laughed so hard when they saw him do this. Little Ja said, “Ano kaya iisipin ng Mcdo kapag nakita nila na ang suggestion ni Erinn ay piso?“
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 Ano kaya iisipin ng mcdo kapag nakita nila na ang suggestion ni Erinn ay piso= What will Mcdo think when they see that Erinn’s suggestion is a one peso coin?
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