Friday, May 19, 2017

Ala Moana visit.  So I think today makes my fifth straight visit to Jollibee.  It has been a while since I went to Jollibee that many times consecutively.  Today’s visit was not intentional.  I went over along with other dance crew members of the Tekniqlingz because we had a performance for the Miss O’ahu Filipina showcase event at the centerstage area.  The sectional beezyness was about 20 percent.  There was hardly a line.  Today I got a chickenjoy kids meal with pineapple juice.  This time they finally gave me a Jollibee toy with the actual Jollibee character! I got my food to go takeout and could not dine in with the crew since I had to go visit Jollibae afterwards.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Kalihi visit.  Today I came over to the Kalihi location again this week.  This time, I came with braddah Miec and Glenn.  We just came over after a freestep dance workshop that Miec taught us along with some other people.  The dine in beezyness was about 40 percent.  The drive-thru beezyness was about 20 percent.  I got a yumburger kids meal instead of the usual chickenjoy.  I was not able to get the jollibee toy that I wanted but that is ok.  After eating, we wanted to do a freestep video around the Jollibee store but the lighting was not on point for a majority in the area.  We went somewhere else to make a video instead.


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Ala Moana visit.  Today I came over during the late afternoon and early evening time with my jolly niece Hazel.  She loves Jollibee.  Her best friend is a Jollibee doll that I gave her this past Christmas plus she always hangs out with my Jollibee doll whenever I babysit her after picking her up from school.  Anyways, I wanted to go to Jollibee again primarily because I wanted to get the Jollibee toy.  I am in the attempt to collect all of the Jollibee toys now that I have been exposed to them.  I want to collect them because I like the idea of the toy theme of “Pinoy and Proud.” All of the Jollibee toys and the characters in Jollitown (Hetti, Poppo, Yum, and Twirlie) have nationalistic costumes.  Being “Pinoy and Proud,” myself I truly and authentically identify with that and that is one of the many reasons I love Jollibee because Jollibee as an identity and as a brand is just that! The dine in beezyness was about 40 percent.  There wasn’t much of a line.  It has been a while since I went to the Ala Moana location actually.  I just got a chickenJoy kids meal with pineapple juice as usual.  On the the next day.

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Kalihi Visit.  Today I came over during the early evening time to eat dinner at Jollibee.  The main trigger was when I saw Jollibae and her younger brother eating Jollibee earlier in the day I guess for lunch.  She snapchatted me a photo with her brother holding a Jollibee toy.  It was Jollibee figure with a barong tagalog attire and I wanted and needed it.  I told her I was going to go to Jollibee and order a kiddie meal to hopefully get the same toy.  She told me that her brother specifically requested for the Jollibee character because there are other toys which represents characters of Jollitown.  Anyways, so I went down and got chickenjoy kids meal.  I ended up not getting Jollibee and got another character.  I was pretty bummed but that is ok.  I got a pineapple quencher instead of a regular drink too.  The dine in beezyness was about 40 percent.  The drive thru beezyness was about 20 percent.  Next time, I am going to bring my niece Hazel and requested for the Jollibee toy.  In other news, they not have a chili dog added to the menu.   It is the same price as the regular Jolly hotdog which is about 2.49.