Angelica Panganiban laments pizza order in comical fashion: ‘Gusto ko maramdaman ano deserve ko’
Some people just want to eat good food in peace after a long, hard day. Such was all actress Angelica Panganiban desired when she ordered pizza from Italian restaurant Italianni’s recently, only to be disappointed when she received her order.
In her Instagram Stories on Oct. 10, Panganiban shared a picture of her pizza inside its box.
“Next time pala, ilalagay mo sa order mo… Tissue. Hot sauce. Chili flakes,” she wrote. “Kung hindi, literal na pizza lang siya. Good job po kayo. Hindi pala automatic yun? May bayad ba yun? Mahirap ba yun?”
In another Instagram Story, Panganiban went all out in comical, exaggerated fashion.
“Gusto ko lang kumain. Gusto ko lang maramdaman kung ano yung deserve ko,” she lamented. “Wala nang tulog. Buong araw nakatayo. Kadalasan nauubos ang oras sa pag pili kung matutulog o kakain. Iiyak, tatawa, then repeat.”
Panganiban’s hilarious dramatics, however, echoed the ostensible reality that celebrity life is all glamor and glimmer, notwithstanding the fact that celebrities are people too. They get tired, hungry and spent and sometimes, just want to rest and eat without having a rabid fan asking them for pictures.
“Alam mo yung trip mo mag food trip? Pero kailangan mo magpa manicure for work?” she continued to say. “Eh yung susubo mo na lang tapos may tatawag sayo para mag pa picture? Nagsusuka ka na sa pagod, pero the show must go on. Gusto mong umiyak, pero kailangan mo magpatawa. Gusto mong tumawa pero kailangan mong umiyak sa eksena.”
Panganiban also didn’t fail to take a jab at her own single blessedness, as she wrote, “May bahay, walang nakatira. Pagkain lang hinihingi kong kapalit. Hindi po jowa!!! Sinempehan ko na nga po.”
Well, her pizza order may have been a let-down, but when it comes to romance, it seems things are looking up for Panganiban and ex-boyfriend Carlo Aquino.
The two recently reunited for the film “Exes Baggage,” directed by Dan Villegas, which premiered last Sept. 26. Apart from the sparkling reviews from its viewers, the film also went on to earn a whopping P206 million in just nine days. The reunion of the former flames sure brought “kilig” and tears to their most fervent of fans as the film saw Panganiban and Aquino’s heartbroken characters discovering love in each other’s arms amid pain from their past relationships. /ra
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