Bookay-ukay + TNL Moment

In between searching Lourd de Veyra‘s book signing in a wrong date (read story here) and desperation over dirt cheap good books, my friend Pat and I rushed over Teacher’s Village with hopes that Bookay-ukay is open on a Sunday.

DSC_1247And it was! Good thing, because I was really meaning to review this place. One, it’s a thrift bookstore, and two it’s in Maginhawa. I need no other reasons.

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DSC_1250Drowning in an ocean of cheap, albeit very good, books.

DSC_1251Toys are around as well. 

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You can never miss this from the shelf.

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Pink on pink.

DSC_1254Awesome wall! I like this on my room!

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Appropriate.

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DSC_1259Oh love.

DSC_1255Yeah. For PhP 10 each.

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Struggling book (shelf) model.

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DSC_1267And look who we’ve found. Bookay-ukay owners AND apparently Tunay Na Lalake (TNL) moderators. Pat was a huge fan! Eh di mega tumbling lang si Ate Patring ng bonggels!!!

DSC_1269Yeah baby! RAKENROL!!!

DSC_1270Memories of a good Sunday.

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Meet my current hairstyle. Lakas maka-high school!!!

DSC_1280The Womenagerie (Jessica Zafra) book came with a note for its first owner. Was stupefied when I saw it.

DSC_1282My second helping for the day already. Can’t help to stop.

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Wasn’t a milk tea virgin anymore. Actually. PEACE PAT! :P

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Bookay-ukay
55 Maginhawa street
Teacher’s Village, Diliman, QC
(+63) 905 428 3125

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