Immediately after I quit my job last year, I looked forward to a month of staying in the Great Indoors and do absolutely nothing.
You got that right, San Mig Light: nothing — just laying about, lollygagging, drifting in and out, like a vegetable fitted with a mediocre human mind (i.e., a set of string beans with brains, a drunkard with an intense hangover, a certain Philippine president, etc.)
And he never could have picked a better time and place to let me know: during one afternoon as I was making the most of the lull in holiday traffic along Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Avenue in Pasig City.
That’s James Reid, one of Grab Philippines’ endorsers, as shown on a screen set up during the ride-hailing service’s June 2017 event.
I tried to find out the answer to that question when I got the chance to interview Brian Cu, Grab’s Philippine country manager, last June 14, 2017, when the company marked its fourth year in the country.