Yay red Chucks YAY!
I actually had a pair of red high cuts before
but I gave it away (Nyare, Ana?)
Hemingway, Day Four was Shake Shack day!!!
That is my mother lovingly looking at a pretzel stand...
What happened in Shake Shack:
1.) I LOVE YOU SHAKE SHACK
2.) Mom and Kuya Dennis got their orders switched
3.) Mom didn't tell Kuya Dennis about it because she was enjoying Kuya's burger
4.) Kuya Dennis still forced her to give him back half his burger
5.) Kuya Manolo did not care
When we finished eating our (BEST EVER I COULD EAT IT EVERY DAY) meal,
it started to rain. Ate Diday and Mom shared an umbrella as we crossed the street.
Kuya Dennis and I got so bored trapped inside Best Buy (where we ended up when the rain started to get worse) that he just randomly decided that we go to MoMA and be stranded there instead.
He ran out into the street to wave a cab over and we got in!
Lalalalala on the way to MoMA lalalalalalalalalala
One thing Kuya Dennis and Ate Diday have in common -
they like to prepare their money before we get to our destination
Guys bata pa ang fezz ko - I got in as a student
This was one of the first artworks I saw at MoMA
and it reminded me of EWWS and their love for Andy Warhol :-))
I was next to the legit The Starry Night ok.
By the way, right before Kuya Dennis took this photo of me,
a random Chinese guy handed me his camera and was motioning for
me to take a photo of him with the painting. Medj funny
The Picasso stuff
(which I still have a hard time understanding. I like Da Vinci a lot more)
(Grabe I thought the last time I'd be seeing paintings like this would be in
my professor's powerpoint presentation ten million terms ago)
This was the painting that Kuya Dennis was enggry at.
KUYA DENNIS: I really don't understand paintings like this.
I can do that tonight eh!!!
There was a whole room for Monet's Water Lilies
(Na hindi ko rin feel...)
Mondrian aka Brother's Burger wrappers!
These next two paintings remind me of one of my favorite
professors in school - Sir Ian Quirante! Super influence niya 'to, I bet!
Ana in MoMA!
Surrealism stuff that I didn't understand but were very cute
(This one though - what a cute idea, right????????????)
There was one whole room full of these L-shaped paintings in different variations
(Hindi ko na naman gets pero they're nice to look at)
Didn't like a lot of stuff at the Photography section but these were nice
I stole a photo of someone again
They were listening to the sound exhibit
(Every speaker was supposed to have a different sound)
The newest art was at the lowest floor
This sculpture's made of cow parts
We were pretty tired by the time we finished the exhibit,
but we still decided to walk back to the hotel.
We passed by this pretty church
(Literal na passed by lang ha, I didn't go in or anything hahaha)
Back at the hotel, Mom was already planning to order room service
because she didn't want to eat out. Eh we were tired too (at least I was)
so we decided to stay and have room service also.
While waiting, Ate Diday showed me a five dollar bill she got as change that day.
Oh, and Kuya Manolo was too busy playing Yahtzee (ata) on his phone
kaya he didn't realize he was squishing Ate Diday's lamb skin bag.
Eh a few minutes later, Ate Diday started looking for it,
so this happened. (If you can't read it, that's Ate Diday shouting, "HOY PUTANGINA!!!")
As usual, wherever Mom is, the temperature will be at around 16 degrees.
I wouldn't have survived without this blanket
Eh the doorbell rang because dinner was there na, and no one was getting up to
open the door, kaya I had to do it looking like a nun