For a Filipino who lives away from the motherland, even just the smell of our beloved Jollibee Chickenjoy can make you feel like you’re home again.
“When I pushed open the restaurant’s glass doors, I was instantly met with a wave of comforting familiarity as I took in the sight of Filipinos having dinner with their families and as I registered the sound of spoken Tagalog. Everything, from the posters on the walls to the tables and their attached chairs to the Filipino employees behind the registers, was so similar to the Jollibees in my home country that I almost forgot I was just in California.”
Read: When Jollibee tasted like home

For a Filipino who lives away from the motherland, even just the smell of our beloved Jollibee Chickenjoy can make you feel like you’re home again.

When I pushed open the restaurant’s glass doors, I was instantly met with a wave of comforting familiarity as I took in the sight of Filipinos having dinner with their families and as I registered the sound of spoken Tagalog. Everything, from the posters on the walls to the tables and their attached chairs to the Filipino employees behind the registers, was so similar to the Jollibees in my home country that I almost forgot I was just in California.

Read: When Jollibee tasted like home

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    Aww. Proud to be Pinoy. Huhuhu, I miss Jollibee
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