Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Waipahu Visit 181.  Today I came in the evening time.  I came because we had a Filipino Fiesta meeting over here.  The dine in beezyness was about 70 percent.  There was a small line for both Jollibee and Red Ribbon.  I was actually quite poppin’ tonight.  I finally got to taste the butter mammon at Red Ribbon.  It’s about a buck 35 plus tax.  It’s really good.  It sinks just right in your mouth.  Very fluffy and soft.  I think I will try to get those more often.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Waipahu Visit 180.  Today I came over to the Waiphau location after teaching and working at Island Pacific Academy.  The dine in beezyness was about 20 percent.  There was hardly a line for both Red Ribbon and Jollibee.  I found out that one of the former Jollibee workers Fred got promoted to a supervisor at Red Ribbon.  Congratulations to him.  He deserves it.  I went over to Red Ribbon first to check out if they have the butter mammon but they didn’t.  I went over to Jollibee and got a Spam breakfast joy.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Waipahu Visit 179.  Today I headed over to the Waipahu location as a pit stop before a Read Aloud Program at Waipahu Elementary School along my co-worker Iz.  The dine in beezyness was about 30 percent.  There was a small line for both Red Ribbon and Jollibee.  I got an ube pearl cooler along with a buko pandan pearl cooler because they still have the buy one, get one special which is totally still awesome.  Iz got the B1 yumburger with cheese meal.  It felt good coming back to Waipahu again.  It always brings good memories and Jolli times.

Saturday, March 3, 2012 – JB Ala Moana 100 Day Marathon Done.

Ala Moana Day 100.  Today marks the 100th visit to Jollibee Ala Moana.  Just like how I decided to end the consecutive visits at Jollibee Waipahu for a 100 days, I would do the same for the Jollibee at Ala Moana.  Since I worked today, I decided not to go to Jollibee for lunch.  Instead, I ate somewhere else and what was Kiawe Grill.  It felt eating somewhere else for lunch during lunch break and having a non-Jollibee meal but I guess after today that will be more likely the case.  My co-workers were shocked to see me eating a non-Jollibee meal during lunch.  I set it up to where I was going to go later on during the evening time an hour before they close.  I decided to go and get an Amazing Aloha, the same item that got on the 100th visit and day at Jollibee Waipahu.  The sectional beezyness was about 25 percent.  There was hardly a line.  I saw one of my coll-lieges Ate Cheryl and her family getting some Jollibee as well.  Her daughter Kaycee loves the spaghetti.  My sisters Heide and Riva and good friend DLS came to join me for the special and historical occasion.  They had spaghetti, yum burgers, and Jolli Crispy Fries.  We tried taking a picture next to Jollibee’s face but it is hard to do so.  We used all of the camera phones that we had but all of us in the picture were dark.  It is because of the dark interior against Jollibee’s big bright lite up face that causes the photo to make us messed up.  As I reflect on the adventure and journey, I can only ponder the countless of times eating a nice Jolli meal during all those lunch breaks at work.  All in all, Jollibee Ala Moana truly serves the people.  The only probable and recognizable Filipino foods that they have are the breakfast joy and Crispy Bangus.  I don’t know if I have any more of these 100 day marathons in me left if another Jollibee opens in Hawaii.  My next goal in the future is to visit every Jollibee in the continental United States, in the mainland.  The 100 days went by super fast.  It just goes to show how fast 2012 is going.  I;ll still continue to go to Jollibee Ala Moana more so than Waipahu since it is conveniently located in town.  No more days to go.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Ala Moana Day 99.  Today I came over during the lunch time during break.  Today is the second to the last day before my final consecutive day at Jollibee Ala Moana.  Technically, this isn’t a consecutive streak because back in Christmas Day 2011, Jollibee Ala Moana was not open so this steak isn’t suppose to be a streak.  However, I decided to pursue it anyway and my visit to Jollibee Waipahu that day should count.  It is still going to be 100 days straight of Jollibee goodness.  Jollibee Ala Moana has been open for 3 months now.  99 days and I have been visiting them everyday since Black Friday on their grand opening.  They should have given out Jollibee novelty items that day.The sectional beezyness was about 25 percent.  There was a small line.  The line grew bigger as I waited for my Crispy Bangus which I ordered that took about 7 minutes.  My co-worker Momo asked me how does it feel to have one more day before the final day.  I told her that it feels just about the same.  It seems like everyone is thinking that my last day of Jollibee is on the 100 visit but no that is not that case.  She also asked me what I was going to have as my meal tomorrow for the 100th visit.  I don’t know what I had on the 100th day at Jollibee Waipahu.  Maybe I should have the same thing.  All I remember is that I had a halo halo that night.  I don’t think I will ever stop eating Jollibee ever.  Fellow Tekkie Nikki also came up with this creative saying on my facebook, “I got 99 problems, but a day without Jollibee ain’t one!” I thought that was a Jolli excellent idea for a awesome t-shirt idea.  Only 1 more day to go until it’s all done.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Waipahu Visit 177.  It’s a new month.  The first of the month.  The months are going by fast.  Almost as faster if not faster than last year 2011.  Today I came in to go visit the Waipahu location after teaching at Island Pacific Academy at Kapolei.  I got some mango bars from Red Ribbon and a pork sausage/longganisa breakfast joy from Jollibee.  There was hardly a line for both Red Ribbon and /Jollibee.  The dine in beezyness was about 10 percent.  Red Ribbon has a new mammon called the Butter Mammon.  When I asked for it they said that they ran out.

Ala Moana Day 98.  Today I came in the night time like a half hour before closing right after coming from a Filipino Fiesta committee meeting at Max’s of Manila.  I wouldn’t have gone and I would have forgotten if it weren’t for the reminders of friends Randy and Louise while I was at the meeting.  If they did not mention it I would have totally forgotten to go to Jollibee today.  I quickly rushed over to Jollibee Ala Moana once I was done there.  The sectional beezyness was about 10 percent.  There was hardly a line.  I just got a banana langka pie.  Only 2 more days to go.