This is what you can get in Vigan
If you are not Ilocano-speaking, you will find this vulgar and indecent. But then even if you are an Ilocano, and you think like a Tagalog, you would still let of that naughty smile. I am now. [LOL].
I found this one in one of the curio and souvenir shops in the jar-making community locally known as "Pagburnayan," which is derived from the noun "burnay" or a big jar used for storing water, fermenting bagoong and wine. Ergo, Pagburnayan is simply a place where they make burnay and other pottery or clay-based products.
I had the chance to drop by Vigan sometime in May, due to a work-related trip, which I should be writing about in Explored! [Now I am reminded, once again!]. Lately, I have been very serious on my blog, so I thought that I should present to you something that would make you smile!
Tip: "Puki-Puki "is the best! Better than utong. No kid!
Agyaman ak, Apo! [Thank you!]