My Very First FastFood visit

I am trying very hard to remember if it was Jollibee that was the first fast food I have ever step on but I don’t have vivid memories of it. 
The one I remember was when my sister Liezl brought me along to her work, she taught at a college back then, and after the day we ate at Chowking.
Remembering the first fastfood I went in to
source: http://dagupanfood.isgreat.org/index.php
You know life in the province. Going to the city really excites any kid, that was me by the way, and surely will be looking forward to it. I was about in Grade 4-6. Also I was quite tall for my age and at that time it was at that age boys get circumcise. They say that you get a lot taller after getting circumcise and I got circumcise  when I was grade 6 before entering the seminary.

Since my sister got to work I got stuck in the teachers office. Just there sitting still. Some of her co-teachers would start short talks asking this and that and knowing me a not so little boy from the barrio would just say yes or “on” or “opo” or just a nod. When my sister got back they ask her, say how tall I am, and yeah freak out that at my height I am not yet circumcise and I will really be taller after it. 

In the afternoon we went to the school’s gym to check some sports activities. Back then also I am not a fan of basketball. To tell you the truth up to now I am not good at dribbling and might commit double dribble so don’t pass me the ball when in case I am your team mate in a basketball match, I just position and shoot, yup no drive because I am not good at dribbling.

Anyways after the long day we went to Chowking(I don’t know if it was the very first Chowking in Dagupan City and I even don’t know where it is now). I remembered my sister ordering a soup like meal with this dumpling on it.
It was the very first time I remember eating at a fast food in a late afternoon. Chowking it is, but after all Chowking is part of Jollibee I am no different from my generation after all.

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