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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Insta Scoop: President Duterte Attends Graduation Ceremony for Daughter Kitty


Images courtesy of Instagram: gmanews

54 comments:

  1. Hellow Kitty!! Congratulations.

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  2. What school? Why is she wearing her school uniform? Isn't the graduation rites a special enough occasion to warrant a toga?

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    1. Kailan ka ba pinanganak? Halos lahat ng schools ngayon school uniform na ginagamit para walang pabonggahan sa damit at para equal lahat!

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    2. SMAD ang school.

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    3. Well, excuse me 1:04. No need to use that rude tone to insult me for not knowing that such is the usual practice of most schools nowadays. They still could wear a toga over the school uniform if they want the occasion to be more special for the graduate, right? At any rate, yes, I do come from a generation where we wore togas for graduation; and I have been residing outside of the country for more almost 30 years.

      It's such a shame that somebody like YOU from a generation of non-toga wearers manage to complete your education and yet be so very rude at addressing a simple inquiry from a stranger. Perhaps your education has not yielded very good results, career wise? Your ill manners certainly confirms that.

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    4. Toga is for university graduation or college graduation.

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    5. Ano naman relevance ng kung kailan pinanganak yung tao?

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    6. wearing white toga for highschool graduation only.. then black for college.. gradeschool grad they just really wear the school uniform. same we had years back..

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    7. Anyare kay 1:47 ? Ang daming hanash !

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    8. Butthurt lang kayong lahat. Tama naman si 1:47, nagtatanong lang yung tao binara nyo na agad. Pwede namang sagutin ng maayos yung simpleng tanong tsk. Ako na po humihingi ng pacenxa para sa kanila, iba na po kasi generation sa pinas ngayon.

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    9. Hindi OA si 1:47, sadyang kala nyo alam nyo na lahat, it's just a simple question hay, pwede namang sagutin ng maayos, hindi kailangang so sarcastic palagi.

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    10. Uniform usually ginagamit pag gumagraduate, actually matagal ng ganun yung practice at depende sa school. usually sa college na lang yung mga dress dress.

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    11. Buti nga sa yo 1:04. Nabara ka tuloy.

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    12. 147, nood pa ng drama teh. Baka madiscover ka.

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    13. Well ang relevance po ng age ay dahil nung 80s and 90s pag graduation nalagoga labat regardless of level. Lahit nga kindergarten nakatoga. Nagiiba lang sa kulay per level.

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    14. OA yun 1:04. Hindi naman kasi dapat magpahiya sa ibang commenters. Wag ganun.

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    15. Hala uy 1.47! hahaha

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    16. Haha oonga Ang OA ni 1:47. Mashado ka naman affected sa comment ni 1:04!

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    17. Parang yung mga bagong henerasyon nagpapakita ng kapangitan ng ugali. Obviously, matagal ng wala dito sa Pinas si 147, ang point of reference niya yung time nung nandito pa siguro siya. So, ako naiintindihan ko yung response ni 147. Naka toga rin ako nung ang graduate from grade school & high school nung mid to late 80s.

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    18. 308 is correct. This has been the practice for so long already in Manila. I graduated from grade school 1987, high school 1991, college 1994.

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    19. nagkalat na kasi mga walang modo dito. tignan mo, feeling nila walang kaso ung pabalang na sagot ni 1:04.
      Tsk tsk

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    20. Tama naman si 1:47 eh. Yung iba kasi puwede namang sumagot ng maayos, sasagot ng pabalang o kaya naman condescending.

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    21. I think ngayon kasi hindi na siya talaga graduation kundi more of a moving up ceremony. Pagkatapos ng grade 12 dun talaga sila gagraduate ng high school. Hence, the uniform sans the toga. My two cents.

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    22. Well, 1:47 was rude too. A response in English does not make it a polite one. It's a tie! Hahaha

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    23. medyo OA si 1:47.

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  3. So college na ang labanan ng dress sis

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  4. Very low profile family sila. Congrats to Kitty !

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    1. That's why Dutertes are well-loved because of their simplicity.

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  5. University nga namin grade school graduation at high school graduation nka uniform p adin... haaay pati ba naman toga pag dedebatehan? Oa ng mga tao munsan! I mean kadalasan!

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  6. In all fairness to 1:47, I also came from generation when we wore toga during our graduation from Nursery, 6th Grade and 4th Year HS. I have kid graduating from Grade 6 next week and I was also appalled that they will no longer wear a Toga on this momentous day. I was never made aware of this til now. But that is now the mandate of DECS, because technically they are not really a "graduate" since there will still be grades 7—10 which are now called Junior HS.

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    1. Hindi ka naman tinanong at wala kami pake sayo

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    2. Lakas ng loob mong magtaray kasi anonymous ka, anon 3:55.

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    3. 3:55 wala ka din pake if she wants to comment kaya nga comment section to eh. Bastos mo..di ka naman inaano dyan eh and besides di ikaw ang kausap.Kaloka ka!

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    4. Lizzie, thank you for that useful information. And 3:55 you can be rude as much as you want to because you're anonymous. I do hope you do not carry that very rude behavior when you are dealing with people personally.

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    5. 5:04 wala na po DECS, it has been DepEd since 2001 pa. Yung sports and culture, ibang gov offices na ang humahawak.

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  7. LOL at Department of Education Culture and Sports! (DECS). Lakas maka 90's

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  8. There are still schools that uses toga for Primary and Gradeschool graduation. I'm referring to private schools near my place. I'm not sure bout public schools though, but I guess for private schools it still depends on school discretion

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  9. Tama na yung uniform lang para pantay pantay silang lahat. Extra expense lang sa parents ang toga.

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  10. Graduated elem and high school in the 80's. We wore our Gala uniform (white) for graduation.

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    1. Same here. Gala uniform for both elementary and high school graduation in the 90s.

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  11. Comments suddenly focused on the uniform, toga.Can we focus that this photo depicts a traditional family being together for a milestone of their daughter

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  12. Pangkaraniwan lang ang dating nina Pres. Duterte at pamilya. Parang tayo lang o mga kapitbahay natin. Parang abot-kamay lang, mas maraming Pilipinong nakaka-relate.

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  13. Nakita ko sa larger pic, yung shoes ni Kitty parang yung shoes ko lang nung araw, na hindi papalitan hanggat pwede pang gamitin para makatipid. hahaha! Anyways, congrats Kitty! Baka maging lawyer din sya pagdating ng araw.

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  14. Napaka-simpleng pamilya. I really admire them for their simplicity.

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  15. The owl is a symbol of wisdom and is associated with studious scholars. The Greek goddess of wisdom, Athena, is often shown holding an owl. cool graduation gifts

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  16. Congrats kitty! She's from Stella Maris Academy of Davao.

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  17. Hindi ko gaanong gusto si president. Pero dito ako hanga sa kanya eh. And parang ang simple lang nilang 3 sa picture. Hindi mukhang brat si kitty

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  18. Love you and your family Tatay Digong! May God bless you with good health and long life! Tuloy lang ang laban Mr. President! Huwag patitinag sa mga talunang gusto lang makabalik sa kapangyarihan! Kuntento po kaming mga supporters nyo sa mga ginagawa nyo para sa bansa at mamamayang Pilipino!

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  19. TUMPAK NA TUMPAK KA 2:47...
    Napaka low profile ng mag-anak... Kakatuwa lang :D

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  20. un simplicity nya at ng family nya nagpanalo sa knya, basta ako khit ano pang sabihin nila, Duterte pa rin ako khit ulitin ang elections ngaun.

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  21. uuy simple nga mukhang tod's ang sapatos. waf kayo gullible guys,remember mayaman sila governor ang tatay at ang asawa milyonarya cos of meat shop and donut business. mas maganda na lang wag gamitin ang mahirap, kung pare parehas mayaman ang presidentiable, mas maganda ang labanan haha, ung wala itinatagong yaman. poor na nga gagaguhin pa.

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    1. Bravo 12.46! You nailed it. Pa-humble kuno para matuwa ang sambayanang Pilipino but the truth of the matter is, digong and family are filthy rich. Diba tita sara??

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