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Monday, June 6, 2016

Guess who had a ₱8,000 per head dinner with 'sosyal' people ~SHARE



VP ELECT LENI ROBREDO HAS WAGYU for dinner at Diamond Hotel, allegedly costing P8000 per plate (or probably more while the President Elect eats mung (monggo) beans and bananas, crackers, 3-in-1 coffee.

It cost only ₱8,000 per head, and that is pocket change for them.

Worst of all, the people who the 'sosyals' like Victoria P. Garchitorena would call  uncouth won't even appreciate the cuisine because it would be too fine for a common man's taste.

For sure Leni can appreciate this, after all; she is a fast learner.

In fairness, it is not Leni Robredo's fault that she is having an expensive meal, but when you start hanging out with the 'sosyals' you will eventually become a 'sosyal'.

Duterte for sure would have handled this differently, he would be embarrassed to eat something like this while the rest of the country is starving.  That is a big difference in attitude and attitude matters.

Eric Clark Su posted this.
Click here to go to Eric Clark Su's original post.

This (alleged) PHP8k per head menu is okay, Leni Robredo rides the bus home anyway...
1. Wagyu Beef
2. Foie gras
3. Truffles
4. Sea Bass
5. Pralines
6. Honey Sorbet
7. Caviar
8. Dauphinoise
9. Fine wine
I now regret backing another VP. :(
Meanwhile at Duterte's shit meetings, its mung beans (monggo), mineral water, bananas and some crappy 3-in-1 coffee and crackers on the side! Dammit!
‪#‎sosyal‬ ‪#‎leni‬ ‪#‎whynotlugaw‬ ‪#‎unli‬ ‪#‎yolanda‬ ‪#‎oligarch‬




12 comments:

  1. Duterte and Robredo are poles apart when it comes to choices of food. While Duterte prefers mongo with pritong isda and coffee 3 in 1 later, Leni prefers the mouth watering WAGYU BEEF strip loin in rich Burgundy sauce topped with seared Foie gras....

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  2. Ambition. She always had it. Be careful of that one. She is nothing like her husband. Do not trust that one.

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  3. I don't trust that girl ,I didn't even waste my time to vote for that lugaw queen .

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  4. 8K is not enough for that kind of menu, that's a BS.

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  5. Presidential climber Robredo deserves more oligarch' strength to bet what she wanted and be where she wanted.... A greedy ambitious hungry power face at the hind pretense of Masa friendly' goody-goody mask.
    Watch her every step, surreptitiously making her way to Malacanang... like a theft of the night..... She knew the plot, She knew and plays a big starring role in the plot to unseat the mandate President and are well ready to even grabbed the seat in Malacanang. Clever widow. . . . hunting for her chance...

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  6. I heard the admin paid or gave her 500 Million to run as VP. It's business. She didn't steal the money. Someone else did. :-)

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  7. I heard the admin paid or gave her 500 Million to run as VP. It's business. She didn't steal the money. Someone else did. :-)

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  8. i remember her interview, few months after her husband passed away, she was asked if she would enetr politics and follow hes husband's footsteps, she said, she was not in any way interested in politics and has no plans in entering politics and has no plans in running whatsoever for any position. the woman cant be trustedthats for sure. look into her eyes.

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  9. i remember her interview, few months after her husband passed away, she was asked if she would enetr politics and follow hes husband's footsteps, she said, she was not in any way interested in politics and has no plans in entering politics and has no plans in running whatsoever for any position. the woman cant be trustedthats for sure. look into her eyes.

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  10. did the government pay for the dinner? nah. the money spent came from private funds kaya wala kayong pakialam kung magkano man ang bayaran dahil HINDE NYO NAMAN PERA ang ginamit. GETS?

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    1. someone else's paid for that dinner. . . i am quite sure you're not dumb and you know exactly what is at stake in return of that goodwill . . . .

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