Comedy relief: To quiche or not to quiche

Two young ladies, all made up and with straight-from-the-beauty-parlor-hair wearing fake branded clothes, fake branded bags, and fake branded shoes, with all the naked ambitions in the world, walked into a chic cafe…

The waiter handed them the menu…

“I’m going to have ‘KEEECH.'”  ordered the first.

“Hoy, it’s not ‘KEEECH’!!!  It’s…   ‘KOOOWEEESH’… !!!”  corrected the second condescendingly.


Both wrong!!!  Bwahahah!!!   😛   😛   😛



  1. Julio Ledesma Arenas said,

    August 10, 2011 at 1:08 am

    it’s Ka.L^urh.key with a drawl if you wish. consonants tripping all over themselves ka.L^or.kah, derivatives of the root can be used. Id do this and at the most inappropriate moment to provoke a ?Que Horror! echoed thrice.. its like when they used to play panggingue i hope i got that right and they’d all be muttering the same things when commenting on something or someone just like muttley but w reverb.

    Yo WAIT! Ako na order she’ll have the kwah-sha, oo parang say mo porsha nila,_ ganun Me?! ah a sec.. monday tuesday, pwede- Ill have the soou-fffhla- 00 ako yung tostado kelangan me dimple sagitna wag yung parang lobo- hindi!! I will not get full dapat lubog and yes tell Sheff that I want Troff- yes from provans yung kinukuha ng mga baboy yun. tostado rin.

    Beverage– ako na lola; my lola ever and I will have juice- Yes Iced Tea ung sa Island coast ahhh LANGg Islands yes! juicekoday? LOngh Islands Ice tea JUICE ok? Got it ? git! haaaay kalurkey magorder dito leche! basta asar ka leche kaagad talon mga tao. I told you it ez as kek.

    The first time i heard something like this- way way milder- same not quire as exagged cubed; but it certainly felt that way the first_ I almost snorted my coke, in fact I did. Coke light. I didnt know whether to belch sneeze swallow cough or choke- pretty much all of the above thank God for large linen napkins & handkerchiefs. Believe it or not wasnt even here it was in Manhattan. The waiter WAS pinoy Diaspora nga eh.

    Like I told Assunta, till age three we had chinese amahs from Shanghai now we are the amahs to the world. In time- like in all things
    this too shall come to pass. Imagine Yankees in the continent circa the mid 19th- early 20th. Just like Molly Brown at the Titanic. Classic.
    Festina lente indeed.
    make Haste slowly

  2. Bing Abad said,

    August 5, 2011 at 11:30 am

    is it “kalurky” or “kalurkEy” (as what that DJ Nicole Hiyala would say)?

  3. jaime marquez tayag said,

    August 4, 2011 at 1:18 am


  4. August 3, 2011 at 3:04 am


    You’re sooooo hip and you’re in faraway D.C.!!! “Kalurky” indeed!!!


    Toto Gonzalez

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  6. Presy Guevara said,

    August 2, 2011 at 2:53 pm

    Per new parlance: Kalerki sila. Hehehe.

  7. Paz Atienza said,

    August 2, 2011 at 1:13 pm

    Bwahahahahahahahaha….. Gee, characters of their kind are mushrooming everywhere. Even in church…May mga ganyan!

  8. Myles Garcia said,

    August 1, 2011 at 6:02 pm

    Maybe it was “Kitsch L’orayne” on the menu that day?

  9. Presy Guevara said,

    August 1, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    Laughable indeed. There is no substitute to good education and proper breeding combined.

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