The lie...the truth.
March 29, 2016 4:23am CST
Not going to buy from her, even if i don't have any. Someone came knocking at our door this morning, asking if I could buy some boneless bangus or milkfish. I say no, I still have and bought the same thin the other day, then told me that, her fish is different from what I bought. Yeah, maybe. I lied to her, I don't have boneless fish. What i told her is like a indirect of saying "no", or not going to buy. We used to buy from her. But the quality had gone bad. The fish is not fresh, we had those itchiness on our tongue and gums, it means that fish is just bad. That is the truth. Maybe I will tell her about the quality of what she is selling next time, hope she will take our observation. Have you noticed some changes in the quality of the food or things you used to buy too?
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31 Mar 16
@Lucky15 yup I think that's one of the reasons or maybe that was their strategy, or I already got used to the taste or scent of the product. But if it's the boneless milkfish that gives you itchiness or allergy, that's another story. Hihi better not buy from her again.
30 Mar 16
Luckily, we buy our vegetables at our neighbor's 'talipapa' and fish and meat at Monterey. During and after the typhoon, there were many sellers of fish here, discounted pa, but we refuse to buy because who knows, maybe the fish they sell ate a drowned human being. eeewww!