Monday, October 13, 2008

FOOD!













It was ravioli, green beans and fruit salad that day. Plus chips and bottled water.












Sometimes they hand out meals ready to eat (MREs). MREs are meant to be completely self-contained meals that provide all the nutrition a solider-on-the-go -- or an evacuee from a storm -- needs to sustain him (ME!!!!). Typical contents include entree, side dish, crackers, peanut butter/cheese spread, dessert, instant coffee/tea, matches, toilet paper, spoon, and a heater to heat the main entree. While everything in an MRE can be eaten cold, it usually tastes better warm.

I'm getting the hang of this. I am feeling this!

I'm still waiting for the paypal donations, y'all!

Here's my priority list:
1. Macbook
2. Nikon speedlight SB800 flash
3. A baby grand piano, preferably black
4. A roundtrip ticket to the Philippines.

That's it for now.

Have a heart, people. Have a heart! ;P

20 Comments:

Blogger atticus said...

hahaha! dok duke, utang na loob. maghunus-dili ka. sinampolan mo lang ang MREs out of curiosity. huwag mo nang ulitin. nagkakaroon ka ng delusions na pobre ka. hahahaha!

2:07 PM  
Blogger jho said...

tama ba ang aking nakita? naka gloves ka? ewww ba? hehehe.

4:24 PM  
Blogger UtakMunggo said...

teka kapag may cheverloo na magdo-donate sa iyo ng baby grand padala mo nalang saken. hehe

nyemas sa lahat ng "refugees" eh ikaw yung demanding. hehe

5:58 PM  
Anonymous panyang balani said...

Duke, vegetarian ka? Will be sending donations next week. okay naba $1,000,000.00? :)

6:11 PM  
Anonymous judy said...

Ha.

See!? I told you so... you don't have to work for food when American Red Cross is still around. Salvation Army is at the Wal-Mart parking lot if you want variety.

What's with the latex gloves?

3:11 AM  
Anonymous papaky said...

eh mas masarap pa ang ulam mo dyan kesa ulam namin eh. lipat ka na lang sacramento. para magamit ko naman yung mac na i-dodonate sa yo

6:20 AM  
Anonymous papaky said...

pashare na rin ng speedlight! strobist mode tayo. hehehe

6:23 AM  
Blogger Lene said...

I believe that's the way of taking it all in a different perspective...

Nagiging demanding ka! ha ha ha

And this too shall pass. God bless! :)

8:35 PM  
Anonymous abstabs said...

hahaha...natawa lang ako, haha! ;-)

11:43 PM  
Anonymous yoshke said...

what if may magdonate nga sayo ng mga yan no? ANG SAYA NUN! haha

5:20 PM  
Blogger Rio said...

pwedeng paki doble lahat ng tems dyan..hehe...hihingiin ko din e..

11:50 AM  
Blogger Rio said...

items* sorry....

11:54 AM  
Blogger PoPoY said...

ah doc, anong nagyayri sau? seryoso yan? hahahaha.

ingats pa rin at least may food na :)

offtopic:

eto yung lumbas na word verification: plspry (plspray)???

4:22 PM  
Anonymous bugsybee said...

LOL! Doc Duke talaga! Eh bakit naka gloves ka pa yate?

I remember when we were kids and those packs were being sold in a surplus store here. Nakuuu, gustong gusto namin.

Pagtyagaan mo na lang yan. Masarap naman e!

9:20 AM  
Anonymous childrens nursery said...

Bakit tinakpan yong mga mata? Hahaha..

3:33 PM  
Blogger rheiboy17 said...

teka, masarap ba ang mga yan? mukhang dapat sa pinas ang maraming ganyan, tamang tma kapag tag ulan at maraming nasalanta.

anong lasa ng food?

12:03 PM  
Anonymous lei said...

uy ayaw mo nyan.. libre food. kumbaga sa pinas, mga libreng feeding session yan. LOL. sensya na dude, la kaming paypal account.

6:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

naayos mo na ba place mo by this time?

pinoy

2:37 AM  
Blogger Dylan Dimaubusan said...

another nurse blogger, hehe..
ayus yung blog title mo ah.. kaya lang sasakit ang ulo ng mga babasa sa description nun.. lolz

cheers!

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Baket walang bagong post dito? Anong bago doc? -A.T.

12:52 AM  

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