I posted a news article about a Muslim woman being punished for adultery by stoning to death, and I criticized it.
Then a friend said, “It’s their law, we just have to respect it.”
I find it really ironic when some people will say “it’s their law, just respect it”, but shout to the heavens and make fun of some laws here in our own country.
Sorry if the title of this blogpost sounds lousy, I could not think of anything catchy.
Anyway, I’m just letting out my frustration about a friend of mine who was unresponsive to my texts and messages on Facebook.
It was completely different months before. My texts to her usually gets a reply seconds later. Even my simple message on Facebook usually gets a response from her.
We knew each other for about two years already. I have to be honest, yes I was attracted to her, and was hoping the friendship would lead to something romantic.
The sad part, okay not sure if “sad” is the correct word. She has a boyfriend, currently working abroad. This could be the reason why she no longer want to reply to my texts and Facebook messages.
I was frustrated really, even a simple question such as “Are you still in Iligan?”.
So I thought of testing her.
I told her that there’s money for her about P2,000. And you know what? She replied to my message on Facebook, without even replying specifically to me previous inquiry, and was very friendly.
Wow, the sudden change.
Are you the type of Pinoy that quickly demand apologies from somebody that belittles the Philippines or the Filipinos, then this video is for you.
Frankly, this video is not for me, dili ko pikon or balat sibuyas.
Filipinos are so ironic. They love to make racist jokes on black people, but could not stomach light jokes.
This “tribute” by Lourd de Veyra might be too hard for the Apple fanatics.
RIP Steve Jobs.
People in the big cities such as Manila and Cebu have a notion that they are the center of correct pronunciations. But Manilans are the most ironically notorious.
Metro Manila being the capital of the Philippines, and the most advanced in the finances. For so many years they have made fun of people’s accent and pronunciations from the provinces, the Bisayans the most constant butt of jokes.
Manilans’ superiority complex overlooked their own shortcomings. So I made an article many years ago to expose and correct their
Watch the related video from World of the Lourd:
1. When parents like to name their kids with two or even three names, but these parents call their kids with a shortened name or nickname.
An example is a friend of mine whose son’s name is Samuel John, but they call him Sam, or Samsam.