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Online users share hilarious versions of ‘Nash Aguas, 20, buys house in the U.S’

March 06th, 2020

For some people, success could mean different things.

It could be as simple as having a job that you love or as grand as buying a house. But many times, people often equate success to their level of wealth. So it’s not surprising that a number of online users couldn’t help but feel defeated after realizing Nash Aguas was only 20 when he bought a house in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The funny thing about this is that the news happened a year ago already.

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Instead of wondering what it really means to be successful in life, online users reshared the article Nash Aguas, 20, buys house in the US and came up with an even “better” headline.

Here’s a compilation of the most hilarious headlines from Twitter users:

Carlo Ong, 29, buys 2pc fried chicken plus buko pie https://t.co/kaGkKRZvR6

— Carlo (@frncsong) March 5, 2020

Jonathan E. Sy, 29, still hasn’t seen Mean Girls, E.T., or Dragon Ball Z. https://t.co/bllYWXo5r0

— Jonathan E. Sy (@easy_jonathan) March 5, 2020

Rholdan Bringino, 23, caught in between mag-aaral o magiging vlogger na lang https://t.co/zuQhPTMo46

— Rholdan (@rdbringino) March 5, 2020

Save, 24, buys you, your friends, and this club.

https://t.co/nNpxpQErZ4

— Ebyong (@MacanPanamera19) March 4, 2020

Woah, there.

Abigael, 28, buys all cat boxes in Adorable Home https://t.co/Cxg46CJ4HM

— abby (@abigaaeel) March 4, 2020

Allysa, 20, doesn’t know the difference between “ng” and “nang” (and I’m not freaking proud of it) https://t.co/O3PHi98dhd

— Allysa Magno (@AllysaMagno) March 5, 2020

Jai Cabajar, 28, wala pang napapatunayan.https://t.co/hKahwkMlYR

— Jai Cabajar (@jaicabajar) March 5, 2020

SAMEDT.

Ganns Deen, 43, finally succeeds in touching his toes.

https://t.co/EFs2Yw64WE

— Ganns Deen (@ganns) March 5, 2020

Uy, ‘grats!

But Janina was only 17 when she made it to the Tough 10!!!
https://t.co/M91XOUVqNL

— Mr. Bean Love (@ali_parrot) March 4, 2020

And she didn’t feel any pressure!

Krista, 30, buys kwek-kwek and fishball from the kanto fishball manong https://t.co/WlvZOJUaNL

— Crash Landi On You #BinJin (@OKayb00m3rang) March 5, 2020

You meant, fried tangerines??

Alex, 27, naginvest ng feelings sa maling tao https://t.co/ICrV1D1k8K

— alex 🤩 #JO1debut (@0430alexu) March 4, 2020

Don’t we all?

Gabrielle, 19, takot pa din sumagot ng calls. https://t.co/6Di8ScL9EZ

— Gagan (@lowparvatii) March 4, 2020

It’s normal to feel sad about other people’s accomplishments but Filipinos know how to take the situation lightly by making funny comebacks. After all, we should always be proud of what we have achieved no matter how small or big they are.

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