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Smiling Faces

We were in Jaya Jusco when we saw this cute smiling mascot dancing to the beat of the hot music looming above us.... Kids were crowding around him , I quickly snapped a few of him but only two turned out fine..the rest were blocked by parents and kids...

if my kids were still young
they would line up and shake hands too

but at this age?? no way la... right?

Smile... an everlasting Smile...
A smile can bring you near to me....


  1. hahhhahahaa....if ashley spot this, she'll scream and run helter-skelter. somehow all these mascots frighten her :D

  2. haha... yeah... some kids are scared.. suddenly an alien kind of thing appearing in front of them.. like the cartoons on tv..

  3. cute mascot! hahaha thanks for sharing your SMILES! =D

  4. I think if I see this, I will bring boyboy away. Scared the mascot carry him and then he will BEAT the mascot to death!

  5. One of nephew also takut this kind of mascots...hehehe

  6. ha, that only shows that you have the kid in you, the childishness is still alive, and that's cool.

  7. kids would certainly stuck to this fellow...! so adorable yea..

  8. he is so adorable !! =) i agree that our grown up children wouldn't be caught dead going to this mascot. Even my youngest who is in fourth year highschool! hahaha! thanks for sharing though ! i sure miss those moments when my children would rag me all the way to jollibee to have a picture with "jaaabee". =)

  9. I still cannot imagine... my boy in this age....ohhhh you have gone through a lot my fren.... ;-D

    You are a super mom!!!!

  10. Don't worry, actually they can do it. Provided that you follow them and shake hands with the mascot also :P


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