Ang Lahat ng Ito’y Para Sa’yo, Anak
Tem really misses her son, Miguel, badly so she followed nanay’s advice: Nang-aaway na s’ya!
One time, during a staff night out, one supervisor from another restaurant came with them. This particular manager was self-loving that she wants the staff (though not her staff), Tem and her colleagues, to treat her well. Well, she thought wrong because the group was not in the mood to treat some supervisor well just because she feels like it. Feelin me?
So anyway, this particular supervisor decided to trash talk, “Ano ba ‘yan!? Ang iingay! Kagagaslaw!”
Tem asked her, “Anong problema?”
“Ah hindi kayo. ‘Yung kabilang table,” she answered sarcastically.
A few minutes later she screamed again, “Ano ba ‘yan! Ang gulo!”
Tem got really pissed, because they were, obviously, the one who is loud because they are having fun, and they were in a bar for crying out loud. She screamed, “Anlaki naman ng problema mo! Ano ba gusto mo? Di ka mapakali kasi PANGIT ka.”
I then asked Tem during her story telling, “Ano nangyari? Bakit naman sinabihan mo ng pangit?”
“Ayun, kuya, hinabol namin kasi nag walk out. Hangang sa taxi sinisigawan ko, eh totoo naman eh. Panget s’ya.”
“Baka madeport ka!?
“Eh di ayos!” She proudly said, “That’s the idea. ‘Di na ako natatakot matanggal. Lagi na nga akong late ngayon eh. Akala nila ha!? ‘Di ako takot matanggal. Miss ko na kaya anak ko!”