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Thumbs Up: Nepales, not Napoles!

At the Naia immigration counter, the officer stood up, holding Janet Nepales’ passport, and checked against what her husband Ruben presumed to be a hold departure list. Inquirer Entertainment columnist Ruben immediately said aloud, “She is Janet NEpAles, not Janet NApOles. Two letters make a big difference.” Everybody smiled, including the officer, and the couple was cleared.


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    hOW ABOUT HER MISS PIGGY LOOK? WAS IT ALSO CLEARED?



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