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The UP Economics Society and Mercato Centrale in BGC is proud to announce Foodgasm IV which will happen on March 8, 2014. Event will be from 6pm-11pm.


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  1. Delicious .
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  2. I heard about this one! too bad i wasn't able to go tho :(

    xo,

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    1. Oh, that's too bad. But then, there are other food tasting events the whole year :)

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    1. yes, the food at the event were delicious. read my post about it soon :)

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  4. sushi and the chocolate so yummy my favorite please (: x

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    1. i love sushi and chocolate also :)

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  6. yummy yummy!!!

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