scrambol

ga-umpisa naman init ang adlaw. masugod na lenten season, sa dasun nga miyerkules damu na mapa-badlis. te tapos semana santa, summer na. mangita naman paagi ang mga tawo para makapabugnaw. kag amon paborito gid nga kaunon basta init ang panahon ang ice scramble.

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ang amon nga neighbor nga si bokbok, nag-parking sang iya nga sikad sa atubang balay kag nagtimpla ice scramble. syempre, bakal dayun eh. peyborit refreshment ka bai^… ga enjoy gid ko na maglantaw kung ginagaling na ang ginkudkud nga ice sa may balde. tapos gina timpla nga ginabutangan sang coloring kag tapos ihiwad sa plastic nga baso, patuluan sang gatas nga condensada kag butangan sang sago… namit!

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pati gani akon hinablos, nag back-ride gid samtang gahulat sang iya scrambol.

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6 Tugon

  1. cant read it man.
    I’m really do interest on what you have posted.
    can you send it in the English version for me.
    Thx a lot

    gladita is offering her services to you. i will send you the translation through email during my spare time

  2. @Abdung – I can translate it for you for a fee. hehehe…:-D

  3. always look forward to eating ice scramble after sunday mass when i was young. sang una condensada lang, subong may choco syrup na, may sago pa! in fairness, ga product devt man sila ha.

    hahaha, may research and development department man guro sila

  4. hala, wala sago amon ice scramble ya haw. brown cow lang. hehe. baw, nahidlaw man ta sang skrambol ah.

    aba, may variation man gle ang scrambol

  5. hidlaw man ko ni part. I remember rushing to the gates of our school to get a cup during recess. I always enjoy watching the whole process of how it is made. I would even volunteer if I can do it but they never gave me the chance. And our teachers would always tell us its dirty. Hahaha…

    higku pero namit gihapon. wala pa man ko na empacho kaon scrambol. hehehe. pero nami man guro magtimpla no

  6. waaaaah… paborito ko gid inang scrambol. miss ko!

    hehehe. tag-lima lang per cup

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