If you’ve read Taguan Mo Si Errol, you’d probably be wondering why my cousin was the target of evil childhood games. Well, here’s another. It’s called daganan mo si Errol.
Archive for the ‘Weird Kid Stories’ Category
He hit me accidentally when he was playing in the classroom; I cried. The teacher made him say sorry because he was too young to instinctively know that what he did hurt me.
During the Christmas play, I played Mary and he played Joseph. We were too young to truly fall in love, but I had enough craziness to be obsessed.
Posted in Crazy and Fun Stories, Weird Kid Stories, tagged ABS–CBN Corporation, Animation, anime, art, Beauty, child, childhood, Cinderella, comedy, fun, Funny, humor, kid, La Usurpadora, obsession, personality, telenovela, Television program, weird, weird kid on October 25, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
When I was a kid, I wished I was born beautiful. Since I thought my genes had forsaken me, I had to find another way to transform into a swan. I had this crazy idea that imitating the personalities of beautiful people will do the trick. I don’t know why I thought that way, but that led me to imitate characters in cartoons and telenovelas.
As the Toyota Crown wobbled through Manila, Little Ja proudly read the street signs, restaurant names, and slogans on billboards. Andok’s Manok, Aling Neneng’s Eatery, Escolta Street, No left turn–Little Ja would read anything and everything, even turning around to follow the sign as the car sped by.
Posted in Crazy and Fun Stories, Food & Drink, My Awesome Filipino Family, Weird Kid Stories, tagged combinations, combo, comedy, Cooking, cruz family, family, Filipino, filipino family, food, French fries, fun, Funny, glass coffin, Ice cream, Philippines, spaghetti noodles, weird, weird combinations, weird food on September 15, 2012 | 5 Comments »
Juancho Eating Leftovers
The dilemma–you cooked too much spaghetti sauce, and you are out of spaghetti noodles. What do you do? Usually, I slice a piece of pandesal, spread spaghetti sauce on each half, add some slices of Quickmelt cheese, then I heat it up in the toaster. My cousin Juancho doesn’t do this. He prefers to put the sauce on top of rice. I thought this was weird; he thought this was totally normal.