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We had our company Christmas party at the Peninsula with a theme of Broadway musical and musical movies.
Since I was the one in-charge of food, I had the chance to inspect the kitchen and saw two young men preparing this sculpture in ice. (how come they always say Paetenians have intrinsic talent in carving and yet I don't have the hands to create such works of art?)
knowing too well the two might be from my hometown, and I was right. :)
party was enlivened by Janine Desiderio who specializes in musicals aside from being a head-turner that many of our company executives took turns in stealing kisses from the voluptuous babe on stage
the bell star dancers provided backup to Janine with various dance rendition including the opening number
party was also participated in by various committees performing numbers from Grease, Miss Saigon, Les Miserables and the ludicrous Sister Act.
Never mind the raffles since I always don't get called even for the minor prizes :(
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