And they said the country is in economic distress. Apparently though, business must be doing great for Jollibee. We Filipinos just can’t seem to do without our value meals. A minimum wage earner will not hesitate to squander a good portion of his fleeting income for the tasty treats. That is even if Chickenjoy prices constantly threaten to send consumers into a coma and Yumburgers now resemble bald, thinning, receding hairlines.
I must admit, I have a soft spot for Jollibee even if I like McDonalds better. I get emotional when anything Filipino rises to great heights (technically speaking, the founders seem to have strong Chinese origins, but the Jollibee characteristic taste is simply Pinoy).
I suppose it could only get better. Jollibee could be the next big tool in our bid for world domination, next to OFWs, TFC, and that infernal novelty song-infested noontime show. There are outlets sprouting outside of the
P.S. My daughter once said I look like Jollibee because of my generous rump. I wonder if that makes me qualified for mascot duty.
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