❤ On our way to Eastwood to watch The Fault In Our Stars. My friend took advantage of the fact that his parents were away and sneak their car out. Just the thought of its convenience makes me want to bounce off the walls! In this super hot weather, public transportation is not an option.
❤ While waiting for the others, Michael, Arma and I had a little stomach-churning game with Bean Boozled. Bean Boozled is a box of jelly beans available in two sizes. I purchased the small one because heck this is technically a waste of money! hahaha. So here's the deal: The jelly beans come in different colors, each colors having unique flavors but boy don't get fooled because no one knows whether you're gonna be picking the good bean or the bad bean. Two (or more) beans may look very similar but taste so different as different can be.
Beware of the Moldy cheese, you might not want to put it inside your mouth! lol
|Original Frozen Yogurt in Medium with Kiwi, Mango and Strawberry toppings, 170 pesos|
|Original Frozen Yogurt in Medium with peanuts and cereals toppings, 170 pesos|
|Original Frozen Yogurt, Small with Mango, Strawberry and Blueberry Toppings, 135 pesos|
❤ Kwentuhan while gnawing on the yummiest food in the world FROYOOO!
❤ My first time to watch movie at Eastwood Mall. The cinema's so fancy I think I'd be frequenting the place. It's much smaller inside their theaters as compared to the SM cinemas. It reminded me of school auditoriums actually. And the staff were so organized and the movie goers were so prettyy hahaha. You know what, sometimes it's nice to be surrounded with gorgeous people every now and then. Maybe I'd look more like them. haha
The Fault in our Stars didn't fail to make me cry. It really is a touching story so whether it is in a book or movie form, I know I'll have my eyes red-rimmed. Albeit some flaws such as (in my opinion): Ansel Elgort failing to make my heart flutter and to execute the best lines, it was a movie worth watching nonetheless. I left the theater with puffy eyes. Meanwhile, my friends with hearts of stones brushed the movie off their shoulders.
❤After the movie, everyone were so fungry I thought I could eat a scabby donkey between six bread vans! We were in the car shortly and headed over Maginhawa, UP Teachers Village to try some foods there. Maginahawa First-Timers WOHOO! Maginhawa Street's a popular foodtrip destination especially to UP students. Good thing we have a car with us because it is a maze (atleast for me) with numerous little diners. We searched through the branching roads for longer than what I expected that the insides of my tummy started convulsing. And also, t'was a big help to have guy friends. They prove to be very useful in places and directions. :))))
|Then we decided to rape the fish eye lens..|
❤ We had dinner at Wicked Kitchen, a bistro offering rice meals and pasta. If you have 200-300 budget, you're good to go =)
The day didn't end there because we went straight ahead to Michael's house, watched a movie and slept over. Remember his parents were away? Haha. Felt so good. It brought back a lot of silly, innocent memories ughhh. Highschool is just the best. If a genie happens to grant me a wish to pick a single phase in my life, go back and live through it for the second time around, I know I'd always choose highschool. I'd pick it over and over again. How bout you guys?