Every day, on the way to my kids’ school, I pass through one of the richer communities in Quezon City. Many of the homes here are the old-rich, and most have big-boss cars. Naturally, because they are big bosses and they ride big-boss cars, they have wang-wangs and blinkers.
No motorist should dare cross them (literally) or be bagal-bagal in front, because these big bosses do not have patience for Manila traffic. Their time is so much more important than everybody else’s, so they must use wang-wangs, blinkers and hagads to get everybody off the way.
Eh, si Noynoy naging presidente. Eh he doesn’t like wang-wangs, blinkers and hagads. Eh, hassle ngayon ang mga big boss with big-boss cars.
Case in point…
On my way back to get the son from school this morning, I had to pass through the rich community again. Two black big-boss cars – one Chevrolet Suburban, one Ford Expedition, both with blinking hazard lights – were getting off a side street and going towards the main street where I was. I let the first one through, but because the second was a bit slow, I proceeded. Mega violent reaction the second big-boss car by blinking its bright lights at me.
I can only LMAO. Sorry na lang. Ang big-boss car is now wang wang-less, so it’s now pipi, and can only do “beautiful eyes” with it’s bright-beam lights. Hahahaha, how frustrating is that for a big boss brat?? I’m sure, once upon a time, these big boss cars had wang-wangs, blinkers and hagads. But those happy times are gone. Hopefully, for a long, long time.
Actually, I really am quite pleased that the streets are now wang wang-less. *crosses fingers*
Last week, blogger friend Salen and I had a good 30-minute circuit training workout at the 360 Fitness Club. It was my first time in three years to do circuit training that my body ached for a few days afterwards. I actually needed some massage and joint pain relief. I will blog more about my 360 Fitness Club experience in my fitness blog… in a while. 😀