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And Our Aya Sits on Ronald's foot


I am not a big hamburger eater so I don't really get to visit this food chain.. but kids today because of the power of television, recognizes both Jollibee and/or Mc Donalds and the rest of the food chain stores as if it is part and parcel of their growing up years .. har..

And so expectedly, my grandchildren are habitues of these fast food stores.. not really a good idea.. but when a picture is taken as the one here, i will try to understand.. hahaha


Want to know more about Ronald Mc Donald, see here.

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