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Pet Society… Can Mean Serious Business

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Well, sort of. XD

During the SM Taytay WiFi Launch Event, I also joined the CyberPet Fashion contest with my Pet Society kitty, Doki-chan.

And wouldn’t you know it, we won 2nd place! ^_^v

Yeah, I’m still a little disappointed I didn’t win first place, maybe I should’ve added more modern furniture to Doki’s home to improve the way she looked when the judges peaked at my choice of wardrobe. Doki’s clothes are all nice and girly, but her whole room looked like a set from a horror movie. Harhar! Not to mention the Champion was already high leveled, so he pretty much had all of the nice stuff. IMBA!* ^_^v

Anyway, it’s not too shabby. We won a P500 gift check from SM, which unfortunately, my sister has reserved for buying movie passes for the latest Twilight movie. ARRRGGHH. Which probably means I’m going to be staring at Taylor Lautner’s abs again instead of Robert Pattinson’s face.

(*Note: IMBA = imbalance/d. It’s a common gamer’s lingo that means the opponent is too strong or high level compared to your character or your team. ^_^v)

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Food Trippin’ @ SM Taytay’s WiFi Launch Event

Yep, I’m here right now in SM Taytay for their Wifi Launch with my mentor, raredog. And boy, It’s turning to be quite an event. They have so many contests prepared, and I’m just feeling my hyper-energetic alter-ego coming in. Hehehehehe!!!

Anyway, one of the contest I joined included the Blogging contest, where we were allowed to sample the food here at SM Taytay’s Food Court. When they announced it that we were going to eat, I thought I heard angels singing, I swear. I was so hungry! And a big girl like me has got to eat. ^_^v

So they gave us these food stubs, and we went around and got the food we were assigned to critique. The food pretty much filled my tray, so I sort of braced myself… there was going to be a lot of eating involved. Luckily, I’m fluffy and have plenty of room to spare on my tummy. ^_^v

So, I was able to get a serving of Lechon Paksiw from Lydia’s Lechon, Pancit and Kaldereta from Kusina ni Gracia, 2 Snowpy sundaes and a cup of Buko juiceĀ  from Buko ni Fruitas. (I told it was a lot of eating.)


* whew, looks yummy doesn’t it šŸ™‚ *

The first thing I took a bit out of is from the Lechon Paksiw. I really love Lechon Paksiw, and with the way that Lydia’s Lechon prepared it is great. It was tender and juicy, and the flavor is not that over powering. I’ve had some Lechon Paksiws before where the vinegar overpowers the flavor of the pork too much. Luckily, Lydia’s was able to tone down the vinegar flavor so that the pork can still be tasted. Plus, it seemed to me that the flavor seeped into the pork, and when you take a bit of it, the flavor just explodes in your mouth. It was great, all in all.

Next up, Kusina ni Gracia’s Pancit and Kaldereta meal. In my family, pancit is a part of our heritage. Both my mother’s side and my father’s side each have their own way of preparing the dish. And as it turns out, Kusina’s version of the pancit is the just the way I like it, like the way my mom makes it. In my dad’s side, the pancit is salty, peppered heavily and has soggy vegetables, but Kusina ni Gracia cooked it like my mom made it, with well cooked noodles, half-cooked veggies (yep I love half-cooked veggies) and just with the right seasoning. As for their Kaldereta, it’s pretty great too. It’s not too spicy, nor too salty, and the meat seemed like it was pressure cooked so it’s nice and tender. Great job to the crew of Kusina ni Gracia for making such a great meal!

And finally, the sweet deserts from Snowpy, which definitely curbed my sweet tooth. Quite frankly, I didn’t know there was a soft ice cream that had buko pandan flavor. Hmm… I should order that more often. And of course, the buko juice from Buko ni Fruitas. Well, what can I say? It’s buko juice at it’s natural state. Fresh from the Buko Fruit, and without any sweeteners. It’s actually a great way to finish the meal, since the buko juice cleared my taste buds, and made me want to taste more things.

But unfortunately, I am so full of great food right now, which kind of surprised me since I didn’t realize my stomach had a content limit. Harharhar! Actually, I feel like smoking right now from being so full… I just wish there was like a smoking area nearby. Haha! Just kidding!

Up next: My Pet Society kitty, Doki-Chan and I battle the other contestants for the Cyber Pet Beauty Contest! ^_^v

Thanks to all the sponsors again for the great food! ^_^v

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Of Wi-fi Testing

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Whoo-hoo!

ZenkX’s first wi-fi testing event!!! *oye~ oye~*

Yeah well, I’m here right now at SM Megamall, with my mentor, raredog, for my first ever Wi-Fi testing event here at the Atrium.

Honestly, I’m pretty psyched. It’s the first time ever I’ve been in a place with other bloggers. It’s pretty cool to see other people whipping out their laptops or phones to see if the Wi-Fi here at the mall is good like me.

It’s pretty good actually. I think all malls should have WiFi available in all their floors. It’s the new techie thing going on, and it’s pretty down right useful.

Personally, I think all public buildings should have WiFi. Not just malls, but also hospitals and schools. Especially schools. Being in the educational profession, I would definitely agree that WiFi connectivity and Internet access is crucial for education. There’s a lot to learn from surfing the Net, although someone should be able to monitor what exactly students are surfing. It’d be pretty ironic if students used the Net and surfed porn and they’d say, “it’s for Sex Ed.” XD.

Like the time I was in the hospital with my mom. They didn’t have any WiFi connection… or rather, the Wifi connection was strictly monitored. It was pretty annoying because we wanted to contact my dad who was abroad so much, but we couldn’t… because the frickin’ Wifi couldn’t reach our floor.

I guess the only place where Wifi wouldn’t be welcome would be churches. It’s be really funny if during the priest’s Homily, he would say, “Excuse me, but someone’s calling me on Skype.” Wahahaha! XD

Anyway, like I said, WiFi is a great technological advancement. Now if only the government could shell out enough money to provide WiFi connectivity for public places…

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Of Wi-fi Testing

wifi testing,sm megamall

Whoo-hoo!

ZenkX’s first wi-fi testing event!!! *oye~ oye~*

Yeah well, I’m here right now at SM Megamall, with my mentor, raredog, for my first ever Wi-Fi testing event here at the Atrium.

Honestly, I’m pretty psyched. It’s the first time ever I’ve been in a place with other bloggers. It’s pretty cool to see other people whipping out their laptops or phones to see if the Wi-Fi here at the mall is good like me.

It’s pretty good actually. I think all malls should have WiFi available in all their floors. It’s the new techie thing going on, and it’s pretty down right useful.

Personally, I think all public buildings should have WiFi. Not just malls, but also hospitals and schools. Especially schools. Being in the educational profession, I would definitely agree that WiFi connectivity and Internet access is crucial for education. There’s a lot to learn from surfing the Net, although someone should be able to monitor what exactly students are surfing. It’d be pretty ironic if students used the Net and surfed porn and they’d say, “it’s for Sex Ed.” XD.

Like the time I was in the hospital with my mom. They didn’t have any WiFi connection… or rather, the Wifi connection was strictly monitored. It was pretty annoying because we wanted to contact my dad who was abroad so much, but we couldn’t… because the frickin’ Wifi couldn’t reach our floor.

I guess the only place where Wifi wouldn’t be welcome would be churches. It’s be really funny if during the priest’s Homily, he would say, “Excuse me, but someone’s calling me on Skype.” Wahahaha! XD

Anyway, like I said, WiFi is a great technological advancement. Now if only the government could shell out enough money to provide WiFi connectivity for public places…

0 Comment(s) - What do you think?  Posted by ZenkX - at 7:19 am

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