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Commission on Human Rights’ humorous Valentine’s Day greetings goes viral

In a digital age inundated with flashy graphics and elaborate designs, the Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines (CHR) took a refreshingly simple yet powerful approach to convey their Valentine’s Day greetings. In a Facebook post that quickly went viral, CHR opted for a humble Word document instead of a sophisticated digital artwork, accompanied by a witty caption that left social media users in stitches.

CHR’s unconventional Valentine’s Day greeting featured a plain Word document with a heartfelt message, adorned with a playful postscript: “May date po kasi artist namin hehe [Our artist went on a date] #SanaOl.” This lighthearted touch added a human element to the otherwise formal institution, showcasing a sense of camaraderie and humor among its members.

The post swiftly gained traction on social media platforms, amassing 26k reactions on Facebook alone. Social media users flooded the comments section with praise and laughter, commending CHR for its creativity and relatability. One user remarked, “Why waste millions of public funds on graphic design when you can make a statement as strong as this?” This sentiment echoed the sentiments of many who appreciated the simplicity and effectiveness of CHR’s message.

Comments poured in, lauding CHR’s approach as “satiric, yet humorous and humanized.” Many praised the institution for acknowledging the importance of socialization and companionship, even in the realm of graphic design. One user affectionately stated, “Whoever came up with this idea is truly an asset to your team. Every now and then, we need something like this to brighten our day.”

In response to the overwhelming positivity, CHR remained gracious and humble. Their witty caption, signed off by ‘adminContentWriter,’ playfully emphasized their dedication to graphic design while acknowledging the humor in their unconventional approach. The postscript ‘#Artist #SanaAll #CHRngLahat’ further underscored their commitment to human rights advocacy in a lighthearted manner.

One user aptly said, “In a world full of complexities and extravagance, sometimes, simplicity stands the most.” Indeed, CHR’s simple yet impactful gesture resonated deeply with audiences, leaving a lasting impression far beyond social media.


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