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A list of status messages made witty and funny by Filipinos that will make your day

Filipinos have invented yet again a new way to spice boring and cliche proverbs or “kasabihahan,” but this time through messenger status, which is basically the reincarnated version of YM and IM’s chat status (dammit, 00s tech!) Here’s a list of wacky and funny twisted proverbs, hearsays, and expressions that occupied this side of social media today.

This note just normalizing giving up and getting tired is a representation of all of us:

via Facebook

What about the “pulutan”?


A little possessive, huh?

note 3
via Facebook

Maybe distance was never really the problem?

note 4
via Facebook

Si Bitter Ocampo pala ‘to eh.

Also, me ‘pag hindi nananalo sa raffle.

note 5
via Facebook

To this social media user, congrats po!

via Facebook

Sometimes, it’s okay to choose peace and give up. Let our work mantra be:

via Facebook

Is this true?

note 8
via Facebook

Close by the Chainsmokers and Halsey Extended version:

note 9
via Facebook

A reminder to those who have quite a long list of flings:

note 10
via Facebook


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