It’s BER Months already!
How do Filipinos celebrate the advent of Christmas? More parties of course!
What do you expect when attending Filipino parties? Here are some:
Even the passersby are invited. You shouldn’t be surprised if you saw someone with tattered clothes eating at the corner of the house.
He/She might be a relative you’ve never seen in years…
From pansit to lumpia to kare-kare, just don’t overeat because typical Filipino parties serve oily dishes!
You’ll immediately notice that the rice cooker is on. If you’re late to the party (like most Filipinos), you’ll have to wait for the rice to cook.
Because their parents are busy chatting with friends and relatives.
So you took three lumpias? No, no dat’s not enap! Here, more pansit por you! Oh, don’t porget to taste my delicious caldereta!
After they’re used, the paper plates will turn shiny because of oil.
Filipinos do love singing. Expect hearing the same drunk voice singing the karaoke in the wee hours of the night.
What else? If you don’t force yourself to reach the lechon, you’ll be left nothing but pig skeleton.
Just ask the host and he/she will give you a plastic container.