Of Chow Mein and being on top of the law

Happy Birthday Noodles
Happy Birthday Noodles at SuperBowl

I didn’t know that pancit has another meaning aside from its usual connotation that it is a dish that’s usually served during birthdays (Happy Birthday Noodles). As what have my fellow cubicle dweller told me, pancit, in terms of a romantic relationship, means that a certain party is under. It’s either the other party is the law while the other party is under the law. A statement from someone like, “Hindi ako pancit, ako ang batas!” would definitely mean that the person is indeed a pancit in denial especially if the person consumes enough alcohol to give him/her hallucinations that he/she is indeed the law.

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