“Pabitin na ‘di bitin”: Unique birthday party treat includes grocery items, vinegar, soy sauce, drinks

  • Unique birthday “pabitin” includes soy sauce, vinegar and even drinks
  • Vice Mayor L.A. Ruanto of Infanta Quezon shared the fun birthday idea
  • Netizens were also amused and said they wish to replicate it in their own parties

What better way to enjoy a birthday party than to have a fun “pabitin.” And while “Pinoy pabitins” are usually made for children’s enjoyment, an adult version was made to cater to the needs and wants of those who are still young at heart.

Image by Vice Mayor L.A. Ruanto via Facebook

On Facebook, Vice Mayor L.A. Ruanto of Infanta, Quezon shared a fun and unique “pabitin” he experienced while attending a birthday party. While toys, junk foods and candies are the usual items found in a kiddie “pabitin,” this version has several grocery items.

The unique “pabitin” has soy sauce, vinegar, cooking oil and even some drinks. The Vice Mayor said he is willing to jump high to avail of the birthday freebies.

Ruanto said, “Sa lahat ng pabitin, dito lang ata ako makikipag-balyahan. Para sa Tanduay, suka at toyo.”

He also did not forget to wish the celebrators a happy birthday; saying, “Happy Birthday ate Cicelyn Dayrit at Kuya Delio.”

The photo has amused netizens; with many saying what a bright party idea it is. Netizen K. De Lara commented, “Nakakatakot makipag-agawan hahaha.” Netizen T. Asis was also impressed and said, “Aba’y vice kahit naman siguro ako. Hahaha.” Another one said, “Aba, bet ko ‘yan, may Tanduay Ice pa.”

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The same sentiment was also echoed by netizen B. De Leon who said, “Baka magkabasag basag hahaha. Walang pulang kabayo?” A few netizens also said they will definitely try out this bright birthday idea to let the adults have some good fun.

Meanwhile, the birthday celebrators appreciated the kind gesture of the Vice Mayor who clearly had fun at the party. They wrote, “Thank you VM sa pagdating, sa kabila na iyong pagka- workaholic, napagbigyan mo aming imbitasyon. Salamat ng marami.”

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