Da Best of eLBi 2: My Favorite Restaurants in Los Banos

It used to be that I thought of myself as someone who prioritizes yummy food the least.  Back in college when I was scrimping on my allowance so I could buy the clothes I covet, I used to scoff at people who wear dowdy clothes but spend so much on food.  I thought, “Duh, itatae lang din naman nila, dun pa nila inuubos any allowance nila!”

But I surprised myself when I found myself saying that I’d rather not eat if I don’t like the food, or losing appetite simply because the food bores me.

And then it hit me: during college, I was just blessed to be surrounded by restaurants serving delicious foods that still allowed me to save some of my allowance for clothes.

Fast forward to 2014:  I am already working, and I could even afford to eat in fancy restaurants in Metro Manila.  But you know what?  I often feel foolish for shelling out thousands of pesosesosesoses for foods that are actually a fraction of the cost of their counterparts in eLBi.

So guys, lemme share with you my favourite restaurants that are proudly made in eLBi:

(Note:  This is NOT an advertorial.  The restaurants I am featuring did not ask me to write about them, nor did/will I ask something in return for this.  I just really want to share their yummy foods to my readers)


1. Faustina’s

Faustina’s Restaurant opened in July 2010.  It is actually an homage to the owners’ late grandmother, the Habitos’ Lola Faustina (thus, Faustina’s) who left them with such good memories of family love and food.  With the help of the Habitos’ Interior Designer friend, Rinelle Villareal, they were able to conceptualise and include their Lola Faustina’s memory into the details of the restaurant.

I first started to get curious about Faustina’s when of our teachers at Brain Train was raving about the dishes of this quaint restaurant along Raymundo Gate.  He loved it so much that whenever there’s a reason to celebrate or whenever any one of us would muse out loud as to where to eat, he would always say, “Faustina’s!”

And then one evening, my friends and I found ourselves at Faustina’s.  I asked what the bestseller was, and the waiter suggested the silindro ribs.

It was love at first bite for me!  Everything was perfect—from the grilling to the barbecue sauce to the sukang pinakurat (I love vinegar on barbecue!)…and most especially the price!  This meal that is a symphony to my taste buds only costs P210.  I remember the time when my friends and I decided to have lunch out of the blue.  We went to this restaurant and when we saw that a similar viand cost almost P400, we just looked at each other and knew we were leaving and heading for Faustina’s.  Hahaha!

When you’re craving for something sweet naman, you should order Faustina’s blueberry cheesecake.  I’ve tried it (the silindro ribs was filling, but my appetite swore to me that my tummy still had space), and I loved it!

Other bestsellers (which I have yet to try—I can’t NOT order these two every time I go to Faustina’s eh!) include Faustina’s Pepperoni Pizza, Aussie Beef and Lamb Pies (trivia: the owners grew up in Australia), Spaghetti and Meatbombs, Creamy Shrimp Pasta, and Banana Choco Hazelnut Crepe.

Faustina’s Pizza


Faustina’s Creamy Shrimp Pasta

Truly, Faustina’s is a gem in Los Banos!  But seats at Faustina’s are just like the rarest of gems—Faustina’s is almost always jam-packed, sigh!  (Celine, palakihin n’yo ang restau n’yo please!)

(Faustina’s Restaurant is located at Lola J’s Building, 10278 Ruby St., Los Banos Subdivision, Los Banos Laguna.  Call them at 049 501-1509.  They are open everyday from 11am-8:30pm)


2. Gastronomeats

I have discovered Gastronomeats only recently.  I used to pass by it almost everyday, but I did not give it any second thoughts.  It looks very simple and plain, so I took it for granted. In fact, when my friend Zaira (the same person who brought me to Faustina’s) told me that our next dinner destination would be at Gastronomeats, I had to bite my tongue to keep myself from complaining.  And so there we went.  My doubts about the quality of food was heightened when I saw that even inside, everything was just so simple.  So I was not expecting anything, really.

I ordered their Oompa Liempo:

I was surprised that it actually tasted great!  I was expecting it to taste like our regular liempo at home (which also tastes great, by the way), but no, there was really an “oomph!” Hehehe.  Since it was my first time there and since I was also dining with my closest friends, I tasted what they have ordered.  And I loved them even more!

This is what my friend ordered:


Slabbed (Bacon Steak with eggs and fried rice)

I loved it!  The mild, smoky flavour of the bacon is perfectly complemented by the mild saltiness of the sunny side up eggs and fried rice.  My friend Zaira says it’s her favourite at Gastronomeats.  So the next time I went there with my friend Irvin, I ordered this as well.

However, when I tasted Irvin’s order—spicy liempo—I told myself that it, too, was delicious!

And so I ordered spicy liempo when I went there with Randy and Raviv.  Randy ordered Slabbed (which I got bits and pieces from), and ordered Sausage Fest for Raviv.  Just when I thought I was already confused with what to order next, I also loved Raviv’s Sausage Fest.  Waaaaah!!!

Three visits to Gastronomeats made me realize this: the owners really needed not to overwhelm its patrons with any kind of decoration—heck,  there wast even a tinge of the usual colour red that is said to whet people’s appetites—because the flavours of their meats would cover just about everything!

(Gastronomeats is located along Lopez Avenue, Los Banos, Laguna.  It is just in front of Centtro Mall.  Its contact number is 09175105215.)


3. Bonito’s

I only fully appreciated Bonito’s when we dined at Bonito’s and then at Abe and at Crisostomo only days apart.  That’s because when we dined at Bonito’s, Randy had their Kalderetang Batangas combo meal.  And he loved it a lot.  He was surprised to see that what he had—scrumptious beef “stewed for a long time in a garlic-onion-liver sauce” served with rice and iced tea/lemonade cost only P140!  Yes, P140 only!

Dishes such as this at Abe and at Crisostomo would be well over P300!  And when it comes to taste, Bonito’s is definitely not lacking!

Aside from this caldereta that I am raving so much about, Bonito’s also serves these mouthwatering dishes that I have yet to try (all images lifted from Bonito’s Bar and restaurant Facebook Page):

The best thing about Bonito’s is that it is spacious (relative to other restaurants in eLBi) and can accommodate lots of people.

However, food service is kinda slow.  I guess the staff get rattled because of the volume of people and of the orders that they receive.

(Bonito’s Bar and Restaurant is located at Oregano St. corner Lopez Ave., Demarses Subd, Los Baños, Laguna.  They may be contacted through 049 536 3255 or 09153154521.)



I know that there may be other restaurants in Los Banos that are worthy of being featured here, but I may have not tried eating there yet…feel free to suggest where I should eat next time!  I would surely hate to miss out on anything that proudly made in eLBi!


Next Feature: My favourite street food joints in eLBi!

Da Best of eLBi 1: LB Love

It’s Los Banos Day on Wednesday.  Don’t bother knocking at our doorstep para makipiyesta. Aside from the facts that there will be no classes on that day and you will see a band on parade, no one would ever guess that we are celebrating our town feast.
Image lifted from www.lagunatravelguide.com


I am not really a fan of town feasts, but I feel like celebrating Los Banos Day this year.  At least on this blog (sorry, no handa pa rin.  Hehe).  I love eLBi and I really consider this my home even if I was not born here.  Actually, I realized that that is the only milestone in my life that Los Banos was not a part of.  Well, that and my grade school graduation.  For everything else, Los Banos was a witness: my high school and college days, my first love and first heartache, my (first and hopefully my last) marriage, my hits and misses on parenting, my growth as a teacher…and many more!  In fact, I don’t think Los Banos was just but a witness—Los Banos actually sculpted me to become what I am now.  It sharpened my previously shapeless edges, softened my previously jagged surfaces…and it still continues to hone me.


Randy would often remind me how blessed we are to be in a quaint community with the majestic Mt. Makiling looking over us.  And I don’t blame Randy—as an intellectual and a tree hugger, Los Banos is just perfect for him.


Pili Drive.  We pass by this every morning as we bring Raviv to his school.



But nature (literally) isn’t just what’s great in LB.  Nurture, too.  I often rave that the quality of our schools here are at par (or even better) than the expensive schools in Metro Manila—that’s because Los Banos is a highly academic community (thanks to UP), and people here put a premium on education.  Thus, bulok schools have no place here.  Academic excellence is the name of the game in Los Banos.  I guess that’s also the reason why the best ever high school entrance and UPCAT review centre was born here, ehem.


No, seriously.  I proved this further yesterday as we were saying our farewells to our students enrolled at Bonifacio Global City.  They—the students who  from Ateneo de Manila High School, Poveda, and La Salle Greenhills—could not leave without telling us how much they love Brain Train.  They told us how glad they are that they chose us, because they enjoyed learning (thus they had an easier time actually learning).  They got even more convinced that they went to ze best because when they talked with their friends who went to “others”: while their friends ranted about the other review centres, the Brain Train babies would rave about us.  Even Dodong told me how his heart was bursting with pride to be a part of an institution that is this loved by its clientele.



So anyway, now that we have established once again how great Brain Train is (ahihihihi), I want to tell the cyberworld, too, that aside from Brain Train, Los Banos has other gems.  Actually, Los Banos is a treasure trove of establishments that offer great services but at a fraction of its usual cost.  How come?


Here’s the thing:  because of UP, Los Banos is full of smart people who are relatively well-traveled (because many students are from other places, too).  But since most of the Los Banos populace are either students or are merely working at UP or its sister research facilities, (read: most of us are not businessmen or executives of multinational companies), we find it difficult to part with our money over overpriced food or stuff.  Especially those that are not worthy of our (or our parents’) hard-earned money.

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A Weekend in Cebu

Happy Wednesday everyone!

I’m down with a serious case of coughs, and the only consolation I’m looking forward to is that the “explosions” would be like crunches to help tighten my ever expanding midsection.  In short, I hope that in its own teeny, tiny way, my coughing would help me lose weight.  Because, my goodness, I’m gaining so much weight again.  Waaah!

Anyway, as you may already know, I was in Cebu during the weekend sans my boys.  Irvin and I went there for Brain Train’s Intensive ACET and DLSUCET Review.

We left on Friday morning, because prior to going to the airport, I took care of two more tasks.  First, I went to White Label Bridal on Yakal St. in Makati.  My friend Irvin is getting married in November and I am one of the bride’s maids (I have just emailed them my gown pegs and I’m so excited about them!  Thus I really need to lose weight!)  Next, I went to the office of Maid Provider to return a yaya and get a new one.  Raviv’s most previous yaya (Yaya Gigi has already left…it’s a bit saddening, but I’m more thankful because, gravity, sumasakit talaga ang ulo namin sa pagiging malilimutin n’ya!)  The first yaya I got was OK at first, but after a few days she started to get weird.  I heard from our other new helpers and Yaya Isay that they saw her hitting and shouting at Raviv.  Of course, I can’t have that.  So I called the maid agency and told them I’ll be replacing the yaya.  Thankfully, the new yaya I got seems nice.  She speaks English a lot (o diva?!)  and used to work as a teacher’s aid at a toddler school.  Raviv seems keen on her.  That’s great, of course.

Anyway, Irvin and I arrived in Cebu at around 3 p.m.  Irvin’s friend picked us up from the airport and brought us to our hotel.  We rested a bit and then proceeded to Ayala Mall at 6 p.m., because Allan and Karen Medalla—Brain Train Cebu’s franchisees—treated us to dinner.  We had a nice chat over a delectable set of food at Chikaan.

Dinner at Chikaan sa Cebu in Ayala Mall

After dinner with the Medallas, we were picked up Jessie.  Jessie was a colleague when both of us worked at Tanggol Kalikasan, an environmental law office.  He was one of my closest friends there, even though he was assigned in Pangasinan while I was assigned in Quezon Province and Quezon City.  He and Atty. Nelia Lagura (now Prieto) would graciously host my stay in Pangasinan whenever I was there.  The last time I saw him was in 2005 pa—almost a decade ago.  So when we saw each other again, it was chikahan galore.  We greeted each other with shouts of “Mama Jessie!!!” and “Oy Mama Dewmaine!!!”

And then kumustahan.

I:  San ka na work ngayon, Jess?
Jessie: Provincial Manager ako ni Cong. *****
I:  E si Mama Nelia, saan na?
Jessie:  Hay ang lola mo, lawyer sa Office of the Ombudsman ditto sa Cebu!
I:  Ano sya dun?
Jessie:  Aba ang Lola Nelia natin ay Graft Investigator na!!!  Sabi ko nga sa kanya, “Huy Nels, ‘wag mo kaming imbestigahan ha!”


LOLS!  Typical Jessie.  We further our chika over coffee and green tea latte at Starbucks at IT Park.



The following day was Day 1 of the Brain Train Intensive ACET and DLSUCET Review in Cebu.  Our host school was Sacred Heart – Ateneo de Cebu.  That same day was card giving at this school, and there were lotsa parents.  One thing I noticed was that there were so many fashionable moms carrying to-die-for bags.  If only I were not shy, I’d have taken snapshots of the fasyon moms. ;)

Anyway, most of the Cebu kids were sweet, and gwapo ug gwapa pud!

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Missing My Man, Mainly :)

[Draft written on Saturday, Sept. 6 in the evening]

Greetings from Cebu!!!

It’s my second day in Cebu, and I’ve just finished a Skype conversation with Randy and Raviv.  Man, I miss them so much!


I missed Raviv all the more after I saw him on Skype.  He’s just too cute for words!!!


I think this is the first time I am without any one of them at an unfamiliar place.  Although I admit that I also like these alone times with just myself, it’s palpable that I miss them both terribly.

So since yesterday, I have been double tasking:  I was drinking the sights and sounds of Cebu, while also drowning myself in thoughts of Randy and Raviv.But surprisingly, I find that I miss Randy more, actually.  Although I love my son so much, I’ve made no secret of the fact that I also long for us to travel together, alone.  Thus I keep on thinking of my husband while being on “foreign” land.  Yiheee!!!And here comes another surprise:  the thoughts I have of Randy aren’t romantic-romantic…actually, it’s his trademark sarcasm.  And as I reviewed our recent conversations, here’s what I realized about my husband:  Randy secretly loves bursting my bubble!  It’s like he knows the answers I expect of or hope from him, but then he would say something else, either because he’s unbelievably clueless or just because he want to piss me off.

To illustrate, here:

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Terrific Tuesday: I Evaded Corruption!!!

Hey hey hey hey!!!

I’ve been bursting with news since Tuesday morning:  after a super duper Manic Monday, I had a Terrific Tuesday!

So last Tuesday was an important day for me, because I was scheduled to lakad our permits.  Remember my “new baby” about to be unearthed in November?  Well, before the world sees it, I’d first have to get past something:  to secure a building permit.

While this may not exactly that difficult to do, Randy and I dreaded this so much.  Why?  Because before summer when we have already planned to build an extension to our structure in Sta. Rosa City, we faced a major hindrance: some people demanded a huge amount of money as pampadulas, that cost over P100,000!  Gravity, I know!  To think that that pampadulas was not even penance over some rule violations—wala lang, it was just this group of people’s way of saying that they want to rob us blind.  At that time, Randy and I were enraged when our contractor told us that.  So enraged that we decided to delay the construction of our extension indefinitely.  We just don’t want to encourage these people’s corrupt practices.


Image lifted from thoughtsofaindianteenager.wordpress.com

And yes, because we are also kuripot.  Hehehe.

Anywho, for our new venture to push through, it was a must to get that dreaded building permit.  I myself went to the city hall to process the papers.  It was such a relief when the person who was originally asking for the P100+ thousand just signed without a hitch!  As in!  We were prepared for the worst and I was thinking of ways on how to make an honest person out of him/her/them.  Grabe, when I went out of his/her/their office, a huge grin was plastered on my face and I was thanking God profusely!

At the end of the day, the building permit was granted, hallelujah!  I called our building contractor and told him, “Let the construction of the second floor, begin!!!”  Well, of course I didn’t say it like that.  Hihihi.


The construction of our second floor is now in full swing!  Lord, let it be finished waaaay before November 22 please!

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What “Work” is for Raviv…and What Works for Me!

Here is an evolution of what Raviv thought and thinks of “work”.

“Time is a game played beautifully by children.” ― Heraclitus, Fragments

Some time in January…

Raviv: ‘Wag kang work Nanay…’wag nang work…
I: Baby if Nanay does not work we won’t have money. If we won’t have money, we cannot buy milk for you, toys for you, food for you…so Nanay has to work.
Raviv: ‘Pag hindi ka nag-work wala na akong toys?
I: Yes baby. Wala na tayong pambili ng toys mo…
Raviv, after a careful consideration: O Nanay, alis ka na! Work ka na.

Some time in June…

Raviv:  Nanay, ibili mo ako ng [insert a long list of Ben Ten alien figures here]…
I: But I’ve already bought you lots of toys!  Ikaw na lang any bumili ng toys mo…
Raviv:  Pero wala akong money…
I: Eh ‘di mag-work ka para may money ka!
Raviv, after a careful thought:  Ay, ayaw ko na lang.  Mahirap ‘gun [referring to working].

Some time in August Part 1

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Bad Day :(

I feel lower than an angleworm’s belly today. Why?  My iPad Mini—one of Randy’s anniversary gift’s for me—was lost.

Haaaay. I’ve already spent hours and hours trying to analyse how I lost it, but I couldn’t come up with a definitive answer.

All I know was this:  I went to the office of TOPS Catering this morning, talked to their account executive and brought out my iPad to show them pictures of the designs of the dessert buffet I like.  I used it further to help Randy search for keywords on how to register to Smart’s Unlicalls (he has a spare Smart SIM that he wants to use to call a Smart subscriber; we’ve been loyal to Globe despite and in spite of everything).  Randy borrowed my iPad for a while and then he returned it to me while I was busy flipping albums to look at TOPS Catering’s prowess at event styling.  We were seated on the sofa and talking, waiting for the AE I was talking to to get off the phone.  But since it seemed like the AE’s phone conversation with the other client would take a long time pa, I decided to leave and mouthed to her that I’ll just email and call her.  In the car, Randy tasked me to call someone while he was driving to SM.  When we arrived at SM, Randy proceeded to the men’s room while I bought this Buy 1 Take 1 Body Scrub from an Oryspa stall.  Then, I inquired at a dermclinic—I asked whether they do Obagi Blue Peel because I want it done on Randy.  After that, we proceeded to have lunch.  While waiting for our orders, I opened my bag to get my iPad.  To my surprise, it wasn’t there.  I slightly panicked, but not for long because I figured I might have just left it in our car.  My sweet husband offered to descend three floors down and go to the parking lot to check.  I was kinda optimistic he’d return with my iPad.  But when he texted me to call him, I started to panic.  I appeased myself by thinking that I just left it in the office of TOPS.  I called the AE of TOPS right away, and told them that I left my iPad there.  They said they didn’t see any iPad.  While on the phone they tried looking for it, but they didn’t.  I told them I’d return there.  Randy and I ate our lunch quickly and returned to TOPS.  I tried looking for my iPad, but to no avail.  The AEs there told me I could halughog their whole office for my peace of mind, and swore to me they were honest people. Randy and I halughog-ed our car further, praying that my iPad just fell off my seat.  But alas, it was nowhere to be found. We debated on whether to return to SM and ask whether I left my iPad at Oryspa or at the dermclinic, but we both agreed that I couldn’t have possibly taken my iPad out of my bag at those times—it made no sense at all! So with heavy hearts, we just went home quickly to activate the “Find My iPhone” feature on my iCloud.

On the way home, I was speechless because of depression.  Sweet Randy told me to stop worrying, and advised me to think that it was more depressing when his MacBook Pro was stolen by a crafty thief.  I told him I can’t, and that I felt like I have to mourn my lost iPad.  I loved it so much, notwithstanding the fact that Randy gave it to me on our anniversary. Randy told me that to compensate, we just book the cheaper hotel on our upcoming Hong Kong trip.

See, we were choosing between Residence G and Marco Polo hotels, which are both located at the most premium street in Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui Road (I narrowed down my choices to these two hotels based on online reviews I read). Randy initially told me to book Marco Polo even though it was significantly more expensive than Residence G “to be sure”, because based on the photos and reviews, the “regular” rooms in Residence G are waaaay smaller than the “regular” rooms at Marco Polo.

Residence G Hotel, Hong Kong (Image lifted from Agoda)

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Time for Baby No. 2?

When I checked my Facebook not too long ago, I was startled to see many people who commented on an old photo:

pregnancy test

My pregnancy test in 2010 (when I was preggers with Raviv) was resurrected by Fleur, who congratulated me thinking that that pregnancy test was recent!


Apparently, it appeared on my friends’ news feeds, thus congratulations and well wishes just started to pour in! I even received text messages asking me about my alleged pregnancy.

yumy mommies


Actually, may aaminin ako sa inyo (Nope, I really am NOT pregnant, ‘wag kayong excited!) I have really been thinking about baby #2 a week or two before the “Wow Mali-ish” post.  I guess it started when I carried Bethany–I just suddenly missed caring for a baby. The growing desire in me was further fueled when I see Raviv with Bethany–he’s so excited about Bethany and there’s nary a jealous bone in him.  He would refer to Bethany as his “baby sister”, and he would always think about Bethany’s needs.  When Isay would joke about selling Bethany, he would get angry and plead for Bethany not to be sold.

Yaya Isay: Ibenta ko na si Bethany, Raviv.

Raviv: No, no!!! Wag mong ibenta!

Yaya Isay: Wala na kasi akong pera kaya ibebenta ko na.

Raviv: Mag-work ka uli! Pag nag-work ka, bibigyan ka ni Tatay ng money.

Yaya Isay: Anong work ko?

Raviv: Yaya ulit kita.

Yaya Isay: E pag naging yaya mo ulit ako, sino nang mag-aalaga kay Baby Bethany?

Raviv: Ikaw rin! Diba dalawa naman ang hands mo?!?

Wala kang lusot, Isay! Hehehe!

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Smart Parenting Conducts Testing for First Ever “Best for Baby Awards”


Everyone says that being a first-time mom is difficult.  In my case, it was extra difficult because:

  1. Motherhood (that’s how I call Mom) lives far, far away and was not able to visit me when I gave birth.
  2. In my two circles of close friends, I was the first one (yep, in both circles!) to become a mommy.

That being said, I was almost clueless on what to do and what to buy, as I could not ask advice from someone who won’t judge my presupposed choices and someone who could give me the best advice because she knows me and my quirks.

I distinctly remember being all too stressed because when we brought Raviv home, he still had no crib or bassinet!!!  He had to sleep between Randy and me on our queen-sized bed.  Imagine how sleepless I was—still tired from giving birth, stressed because I did not know how to breastfeed, and add to that the fact that I was not free to move on our bed as I feared I might squish my tiny bundle of stress (hehe) if I moved even the tip of my finger!  As in Randy and I were like stones!

When I finally had the strength to go shopping for baby stuff, my head swirled because baby things abound!  I felt like the sales assistants were vultures circling me, a hapless prey.  I realized that a bassinet or a crib was just the tip of the iceberg—I also had to buy baby wipes, diapers, toiletries and yes, even laundry soap for my baby, WAAAAH!!!  It was all so overwhelming.

As I keep on saying, I’m a true-blue relative of Cory Quirino and Cory Aquino (as I am also Cory-pot, hehe.  Lame, I get it.  I just couldn’t help it!)  Of course, I’d been tempted to buy the most cheapipay of them all, only to regret my choice later.

That’s why I am very eager to tell you Smart Parenting Magazine’s new project this year: its very first “Best for Baby Awards”!  It will give us the rundown on which products are the safest, gentlest and most effective on your baby’s delicate and sensitive skin.


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Face Phases Part 1: Of Makeup Transformations and Kalokalikes

#MakeupTransformation has taken the world by storm. For several days now, this hashtag has been omnipresent on social media.  Here are some of my friends’ #MakeupTransformation posts I love.

(Photos lifted from their Facebook accounts)

Here’s Juni Frio becoming Nonito Donaire:

Astig, right?  Super astig that it was shown on Marc Logan’s segment on TV Patrol!


Now here’s my former student, Kenneth Bangsal becoming…

…cutie Goin Bulilit child star Clarence Delgado!  And then Kenneth metamorphosed into…

…Goin Bulilit alum Igi Boy Flores! Kenneth, ikaw na!!!


But of course, my Brain Train colleagues joined the trend!  Take a look at Sir Jhabs Vegilla becoming…

Naks Jhabs!!!  Jhabs, We will pray for you.  Hihihihi!


Pero ito ang hindi ko kinaya…nang in-aim ni Xian Lim na maging si…

…Engr. Marco Lao!!!  Ansaveh?!?


I myself wanted to join the bandwagon. Unfortunately, I do not know any celebrity in particular who looks like me. I guess my face ain’t artistahin. LOL!

I posted my sentiments on my Facebook accounts (yep, I have two) and my friends’ opinions as to whom I look like. I got varying answers:


From my “Dewmaine Sales-Ladaga” Account

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