My friends and I went to an event after work. We finished late at night and since nobody brought a car, we had to book a ride online through a mobile app. I’ve had an upset stomach since dinner time so I was glad that our ride came in time.
But while on our way, we were caught by a traffic enforcer. What for, we’re not sure. But the moment our driver rolled down the window to talk to the traffic enforcer, I shouted, “Ser, malapit na talaga lumabas ‘to! Please lang!” The traffic enforcer was alarmed by how I looked and so he just let us go. Thankfully I got home in time to release all the bad feelings. Success!
Anton, by email
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