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Here are some of the reasons why Filipinos, despite the high prices, continue to shop with a smile. These original catchy business names always elicit laughter from the poor shoppers.
1. Parlor in San Juan is named “Cut & Face”.
2. Wholesaler of balut in Sto. Tomas, Batangas: “Starduck”.
3. Fast food eatery in Nueva Ecija: “Violybee”
4. Internet cafe opened among squatters named “Cafe Pindot”.
5. In Manila , there’s a laundry named, “Summa Cum Laundry”.
6. Petshop in Ortigas: “Pussies and Bitches”.
7. A pet shop in Kamuning: “Pakita Mo Pet Mo”.
8. Bakery: “Bread Pit”.
9. Bank in Alabang: “Alabank”.
10. Restaurant in Pampanga named, “Mekeni Rogers”.
11. Restaurant in Pasig : “Johnny’s Fried Chicken: The ‘Fried’ of Marikina
12. A boxing gym: “Blow Jab”.
13. A tombstone maker in Antipolo: “Lito Lapida”.
14. A copy center in Sikatuna Village called “Pakopya ni Edgar”.
15. A beerhouse in Cavite called, “Chickpoint” .
16. Laundromat in Sikatuna: ” Star Wash : Attack of the Clothes”.
17. Internet cafe in Taguig named, “n@kopi@”.
18. Name of a kambingan, “Sa Goat Kita”.
19. A salon somewhere, “Curl Up And Dye”.
20. A lugawan in Sta. Maria, Bulacan: “Gee Congee”.
21. A water refilling station in Dapitan named “Wa-Thirst”.
22. A store selling feeds for chickens: “Robocock”.
23. Shoe repair in Marikina : “Dr. Shoe-Bago”.
24. Shoe repair store along Commonwealth, “SHOEPERMAN: we will HEEL you,
save your SOLE, and even DYE for you”.
25. Petshop: “Petness First”
26. Flower shop: “Susan’s Roses”.
27. Taxicab: “Income Taxi”.
28. A 2nd hand watch store: “2nd Time Around”.
29. A squid stall in a wet market: “Pusit to the Limit”.
30. A shrimp store: “Hipon Coming Back”.
31. A gay lawyer’s extension office: ” Nota Republic “.
32. A ceiling installer: ” Kisame Street “.
33. A car repair shop: “Bangga ka ‘day?”
34. An aquatic pet store in Malolos: “Fish Be With You”.
35. A fishball cart named, “Poke Poke”.
36. A beauty salon: “Saudia Hairlines”.
37. A bakery: “Anak Ng Tinapay”.
38. A resto along Mayon road in Manila : “May Lisa Eatery”.
39. Laundry shop: “Wash Your Problem”.
40. This mobile massage business name isn’t funny, but
their slogan is: “Asian Mobile Massage Service: Massage only, God is
watching”.
41. Ice cream parlor: “Dila Lang Ang Katapat”.
42. Chicharon store: “Chicha Hut”.
43. Neighborhood pizza store: “Pizza Hot”.
44. A fishball cart near UST: “Eat My Balls”.
45. A barbershop in Cagayan de Oro: “Pinoy Big Barber”.
46. A Resto: “The Last Supper”.
47. A goto resto: “Goto Ko Pa!”
48. A peanut vendor’s cart with a funny name: “Mani ni Papa”.
49. A gym in Malolos: ” Gaymann Fitness Center “.
50. My brother’s party needs business: “Balloon-Balloonan” .
51. A Chinese restaurant in Pasig : “Lah-Fang”.
52. A store selling fresh chicken, owned by woman named Dina: “Dina Fresh
Chicken”.
53. An actual bait and tackle shop in U.S. : “The Master Bait er”.
54. Panaderia: “Trimonay Bakeshop”.
55. Salon: “Hair Dot Comb”.
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Here are telltale signs if your husband or boyfriend has a “kulasisi.” This is not Tsismis. These are the three warning signs that will give him out, says Dr. Laura Berman, an expert.
1. Revived Interest in Appearance: If your partner suddenly
undergoes a makeover of sorts, in which he spends much more time
on his appearance, it could mean that he is trying to impress
someone new. If he all of the sudden ditches his old khakis and
sweats for something more stylish, it might be because he is
trying to look his best for a new woman.

2. Missing in Action: “If there are large periods in which your
partner is absent and unaccounted for, it could be because there
are mischievous motives behind his AWOL behavior. Whether it is a
run to the corner store that takes over an hour, or whether he is
constantly “working late,” a missing husband could mean something
sinister.

3. Mysterious Texts or Phone Calls: If you notice mysterious texts
or phone calls on your phone bill, or if your husband tries to
hide the phone bill or his cell phone from you, it might mean that
there is a new love interest in the rafters. Additionally, if he
spends more time on the computer, or tries to hide the screen he
was looking at when you walk in the room, this is a good indicator
that he might be philandering via the worldwide web.
The good doctor suggests that if you discover your partner doing these things, talk to him openly about your concerns. (Tsismosos’ suggestion: threaten to cut off his….while he asleeps.)

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