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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Insta Scoop: Lea Salonga on Coffee Shop Misspelling Her Name

Image courtesy of Instagram: msleasalonga

82 comments:

  1. Grabe Lea na nga lang nagkamali pa. What more kung mas complicated na name hahaha

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    1. That's why I always give a fake easy name because they always butcher the spelling of my real name. Lol

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    2. According to an article: Sinasadya nila yan.. sort of free marketing or promotion.. dahil sa mali ang spelling ng name mo, kukunan mo ito ng picture tapos post sa social media tpos iha-hashtag mo pa yung name ng coffee shop.. so sila (coffee shops) ang makikinabang.. maku-curious ang iba na ano kaya ang gagawin nilang spelling sa name ko.. so punta sa coffee shop at bibili... besides, itatapon mo rin yung baso pagka-ubos ng kape so di na importante kung tama spelling ng pangalan mo....

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    3. Marketing strategy. The more people post their misspelled names, the more SB gets free advertisement.

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    4. You guys think SB still needs free advertisement?

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    5. Just place a mobile order and pick-up your drink. Your name will be spelled the way it is on your account. No need to post this kind of kaaetehan.

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    6. yun din nabasa ko. sinasadya nila yan

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    7. mas cute yung spelling niyan ;) unique.

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    8. Hi yes thats how Starbucks do it..they really spell the names as how ypu pronounced it..

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    9. Kalurke! Sinasadya talaga yan ng istarbaks!

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    10. Masyado kayo nagpapaniwala sa fake news. Hindi porket galing sa ibang bansa ang writeup, legit na. Fake news is everywhere, hindi lang yung galing kay Mocha.

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    11. 4:59 Walang ganun sa Pinas pa yata. Smart phones are for social media and browsing lang, hindi pa "kami" ready to become a cashless society.

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    12. 1:35. Lahat ng company, well-known or not, ay kailangan ng publicity/marketing. Hindi humihinto ang marketing gimmicks. Alam na natin halos lahat ng brands ng noodles at sardinas, pero hindi sila humihinto sa paggawa ng ads.

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    13. i beg to disagree. I am a senior starbucks barista for 5 years at never kmi inutusan to mispell a customers name.. but madalas mali tlg ang pagspell ng name..dko lang alam kung bakit sa dali ng pangalan at sa pagkasikat ni ms. Lea eh mali parin ang spelling ng name nya sa cup haha

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  2. Laiya, asawa ni. .

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  3. Ano ba... Napakacommon naman ng Lea para mamisspell pa...

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    1. Because they pronounce her name differently, sounds more like Lia than Leya

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    2. Ay pwede. Sa ibang bansa, Lea is pronounced as LI-YA. So pg sinabi mo your names is Lea tulad ng pg pronounce ng pinoy, parang magiging LEIYA.

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    3. YES LEA IS PRONOUNCED AS LIYA IN THE WEST.

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  4. Strategy yan ng starbucks, isadyang i misspell name mo para di mo sila makakalimutan. See? Di pa rin siya makaget over sa pagmispell ng starbucks

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    1. AND ALSO FOR THEM TO EASILY ASSOCIATE YOUR FACE TO IT. MAS MADALI DAW NILA MAALALA IKAW.

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  5. hahaha ano ba yan.

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  6. That’s marketing strategy of the store, you see it works . Celebrities post the misspelled name and it’s free advertisement for Starbucks

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    1. Yup! I read that somewhere. They intentionally misspell your name then u post it in social media accounts. Free ad nga naman.

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  7. She should be thankful to that creativity out of plain name of hers. Lol

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  8. Uhaw magresort si bartender

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    1. Uhm it should be barista.

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  9. She should be thankful to that creativity out of plain name of hers. Lol

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    1. Sumakit ulo ko sa sinabi mo teng!

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    2. 7:54 di mo gets?

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  10. Ibon mang may laiya lumipad hahahaha. Ang common ng pangaaln eh

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  11. It's their marketing strategy, eversince. Kaya sila sumikat lalo eh. Kasi the more na mispelled, mas pinopost ng tao sa FB or IG. Read it somewhere. Pero talagang sinasadya nila yan 👍🏼

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  12. Sinasadya naman ng Starbucks yung misspelling. No surprise.

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    1. i don't think so. walang kalaban ang SB na kasing lakas nila. nag iisa sila ;-) di na need ng marketing strategy.

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  13. this misspelled name is brought to you by the american public education system

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    1. 12:43 eto ang isang akala mo kung sinong napakagaling. isang langaw na naman ang nakadapo sa ibabaw ng kalabaw. magbunyi!

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    2. 12:43 taray ni madam.

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    3. Tama naman, mahina talaga sila sa spelling. Pero in fairness, hindi sila ganon ka conscious.

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  14. As long as you got the right drink, what’s with the name?

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  15. Di ko ma gets yung mga ganyang tao na big deal na big deal ma misspell ang name sa mga coffee shop. Haler sa dami naman tao na umoorder ng kape kebs na nila itama pa spelling ng name mo lol! Tsaka feeling ko minsan sadya na lang ng crew yun pampaaliw sa

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    1. Ano ka ba. Siyempre it's just for fun. Minsan kasi talaga nakakapagtaka na the name as common as "Lea". Namamali pa rin. But i don't think it's a big deal for them.

      Starbucks named me "kendall" before. Tunaw na yung order ko di ko pa kinukuha kasi..hello! haha!

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    2. 12:59 anong pinagsasabi mong common ang LEA. sa pinas oo sa ibang bansa hindi po.

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    3. Hindi siguro big deal. Baka naaliw lang. Wag ka nga KJ.

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    4. Yung mga butt hurt dito sila yung picture at rant ng misspelling ng name nila sa socmed lol! Get over it. Sadya yan minsan kasi lapakels ang mga barista sa name nyo sa dami ng customer na kelangan nila asikasuhin

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  16. Laiya, Batangas lol 😂

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    1. Laiya, San Juan Batangas 😍

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  17. Marketing strategy. Sinasadya ng starbucks na imispell ang names para ipost sa social media. Ayun,instant advertisment. Imagine ilan ang nagppost ng kanilang starbucks cups with misspelled names!nice one SB!

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    1. They don't need to put up with that up to this day kung ad lang para sa inyo yan. It's plain and simple st*pidity. Nagpapaniwala ka naman. Household name na Starbucks. They should be done with this cheap gimmick.

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    2. 1:15 pareho lang kayo ng starbucks. kung ang starbucks, hindi tumitigil sa mga gimik nila, ikaw di tumitigil sa opinyon mo. kanya-kanya yan. cheap gimmick by starbucks vs. cheap shot by you.

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    3. 1:15 baka naman hindi sinabe ni ateng LEA ang spelling ng name nya.

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  18. tita lia, next time, bigyan mo ng simple names like pedro para di mag kamali. weird kasi ang spelling ng name mo, parang ung mga weird names nowadays 😂😂😂

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    1. Huh it’s Lea, it has always been so popular. Ano bang normal names sayo? Bakekang ganun?

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    2. beshie 2:06 am hindi popular ang Lea dito sa Amerika noh kaya wag kang pabibo.

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    3. 2:06!!! Tawang tawa ako sa bakekang hahahahaha

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    4. Yeah right 2:55! Lea Michele, Lea Seydoux, Princess Leia? Granted iba spelling of the last one but it doesn't make Lea so uncommon that you'd spell it as Laiya! Tigilan mo ko

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  19. Ganon ba kahirap ispell ng Lea. Kapag Lea narinig mo Lea maiisip mo. Common Pinoy spelling. At hindi Laiya. Unless may accent sinabi ni Tita Lea mo hahaha

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    1. maarte lang talaga yang si lea

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    2. BAka kse inislang ni baks ang pag pronounce nung name nya kaya iba dinig naging Laiya

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  20. Etong si Lea Salonga, nakarating lang ng UK at America, kung makaasta na di na puwede magkamali sa pangalan niya. Noon ka pa eh, gaano ba ka-Gold yang Lea mo hah!?! Kala mo pinanganak ng America pero ang totoo tagalog na tagalog naman yan umalis ng Pinas. Mukha nitong si Lea talaga. Feeling perfect!

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    1. Puso mo teh. Masyado mo namang sineryoso. Lea found it funny kasi nga ang simple ng pangalan nya namali pa. Ikaw naman G na G ka. 😂

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    2. Puso mo baks. Hahaha natuwa lang naman si tita lea, ikaw naman!

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    3. Hayaan nyo na si 1:45, maangas talaga si Lia

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  21. Kung nandito sya sa US now eh tama naman din barista kasi Lea is pronounced as Lee-yah/ Li- ya here. Kung nasa Pinas pasensya na ang tita tao lang.

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  22. ang nakakapag taka, bakit di sya kilala nung kumuha nung order??? the nerve 🤣🤣🤣

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  23. I think sobra sa pagiging perfectionist nito baka gusto din nya pagalitan mga tiga starbucks hahaha

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  24. Depende sa pag pronounce ng name sino yung inutusan ni lea... at saka big deal ba talaga to pagkatapos mo nman maubos to itatapon mo lang nman ah

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  25. suman sa laiya 🤣🤣🤣 YUM 😋

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  26. cguro SB branch sa abroad yan, kse kung dito sa Pinas Im sure they will recognize her by face and spell her name right.

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  27. parang big deal naman masyado sa kanya ang spelling ng name, OA, sa coffee shop lang naman.. nung nilagyan ng H nag react din siya.

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  28. I always always have the same problem when overseas...minsan nga Luya pa ang nakasulat...

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  29. You’re so full of yourself, hun. 💋

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  30. I have the same experience, kundi kristina or with ch or kristine, laging mali pero natatawa na lang ako..

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  31. Baka naman Laiya ang pagkaka pronounce niya sa pangalan niya.

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  32. Diba nasa US siya ngayon. Di naman talaga ordinary name ang Lea sa americans.

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  33. Last time na visit ko sa ISTARBAKS.. PETER name nong friend ko.. TITA ang nakasulat haha

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  34. Is this abroad? Kasi ang pronounciation nila sa Lea natin is Lee. Must be why iba ang spelling nila ng name nya. I knew it dahil yung pamangkin ko they called her Bee. But her name is Bea. And my manager we called her Lee but the spelling is Lea.

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  35. depende sa bansa..kasi kung dito sa country ko..ang pronunciation ng pangalan niya ai..Ley a...

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