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17 More jeepney signs that also go hard

Again, commuting is the bane of most Filipinos’ existence, and it’s just something that we’re forced to deal with every single day in Urban Philippines.  Big props to the Facebook page “Mga Paalala kung saan saan” for continuing to spot wild jeepney signs, providing us with quick comic relief to help us forget our collective rage whenever it takes us almost 4 hours to get to our destination.

Take a look:

1. Ingat po tayo, mga Single Titas™️

jeepney sign

 

2. Okay pi

jeepney sign

 

3. Medyo mixed messaging po ito

jeepney sign

 

4. Nauna nang matulog bago pa makagarahe

jeepney sign

 

5. Lawless tayo dito

 

6. Wow may discrimination

 

7. Kuya sorry naman, magrereto na lang ako sayo

 

8. Not sure if sensual or dapat ba kami matakot

 

9. Can be interpreted as “Mahal (na ng gasolina kaya) uuwi na tayo”

 

10. Pwede silang magsama ni #9

 

11. Bakit may pag-atake kuya

 

12. Tama na yan, inuman na

 

13. Araw-araw yan kuya?

 

14. An updated version of “God knows hudas not pay”

 

15. Kuya ha so naughty

 

16. Basta driver talaga sweet lover

 

17. A classic

 

 

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