Kamusta si Basha?

12 Jan

I was not hurt but seeing Basha get badly damaged was really heartbreaking. I kept saying, ‘Sorry Basha.’

It also does not help that my friends refer to my car as a person, “Kamusta si Basha?” It was heartbreaking.

When Basha was being towed (I was seated in the passenger side of the tow truck), I saw the car in the side mirror. It was as if saying, “Look what you have done to me.”



“Kamusta si Basha?” was everyone’s question.

They all laughed when they told the story to Rose and she asked a different thing, “Kamusta si Orlee?”
“Oo nga naman. Kamusta si Orlee?”

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Posted by on January 12, 2014 in Dubai Friends


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