MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Vice President Leni Robredo has had enough of being uninvited to or disinvited from the government’s official functions — from Cabinet meetings to the ‘vin d’honneur’ for diplomats, to the Miss Universe pageant and the ASEAN Summit gala.
Now, unconfirmed reports indicate that Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said Vice President Leni Robredo is the first VP in the Philippine history not to be invited to the traditional Malacañang Christmas Party on December 23.
In an exclusive interview with The Adobo Chronicles, Office of the Vice President (OVP) spokesperson Georgina Hernandez said that Robredo will no longer tolerate being snubbed or taken for granted.
”She has decided to gatecrash the Malacañang Christmas Party to assert her status as the officially-elected Vice President of the Philippines,” Hernandez said.
It wasn’t clear how Robredo will be able to enter Malacañang on December 23 if she is not on the official guestlist.
MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Pinoy Ako Blog’s Jover Laurio has lined up three libel suits so far — one each against R.J. Nieto, a.k.a. Thinking Pinoy, Sass Rogando Sasot and Franco Mabanta.
But the anti-Duterte blogger will not stop at three.
In an exclusive interview with The Adobo Chronicles, Laurio said that she will not think twice — or think at all — to sue others who would call her ‘ugly.’
Asked on what basis she is going to sue those who call her ugly, Laurio said: “it’s fake news, and it ruins my reputation and good moral character. It also could affect my chances of being on the cover of magazines.”
OTTAWA, Canada (The Adobo Chronicles, Toronto Bureau) – Canada’s House of Commons passed Bill C-45 which legalized cannibalism.
It wasn’t meant to be that way. What it hoped to pass was a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana, or cannabis. But thanks to autocorrect, it is still illegal to smoke pot but now legal to eat humans.
Upon noticing the error, the lawmakers rushed to unanimously approve a new law outlawing autocorrect.
Alas, the cannibalism law is still alive and kicking.