Friday, July 13, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Matteo Guidicelli Engages Netizen in Discussion on Not Using Plastic Straws



Images courtesy of Twitter: mateoguidicelli

49 comments:

  1. Pinatulan talaga ni matteo yung troll account. Lol

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  2. Sisimulan ko na rin yun paglayo ko sa mga friends at kamag anak kong plastic. Toxic lang sila

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    1. 12:12am, CORRECT! Hahaha!

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    2. 12:12 been there done that lol

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    3. 12:12 mahirap at masaket pero ginawa ko.

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  3. pag mabasa ng popsters kuyugin nila si basher

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    1. Parang wala namang kumuyog. Many popsters are not matt fans. Though ung basher mukhang kailangan makuyog ng tamang information :)

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    2. True yan, not all popsters are Matt fans.

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    3. Wala bang sariling fans itong si Matteo? Kailangan manggamit ng popsters?

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  4. Kitid ng jutak nung commenter jusko jirits!!

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  5. At least matteo is sharing his thoughts about plastic which affects our environment and putting into practice whatever he says. Basher why dont you give your share.

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    1. Ang point nang netizens ay ang straws are not enough effort to say that you are against plastic when you are still using all kinds of other plastic products.

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    2. girl 2:42, small things make big things pag pinagsama sama yung ang point!

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    3. So sige 2:42, how would you practice the netizen's point of view? How would you live 100% plastic free? baka may alam kayo ni netizen na di alam ng 99.9999999% ng sankatauhan. My gadddhh, nagets nya po. Di lang possible yung sinasabi. Kitid ah!

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    4. kaya nga simulan muna kahit sa plastic straws man lang makabawas!

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  6. Kahit ako di ko maintindihan ano ba punto ng ng ngcomment. Wasak wasak English niya, sana ngtagalog na lang or ginamit ang native language.

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  7. i also stopped using plastic straws. kapag nasa fastfood di na ako kumukuha ng straw. kaso lang pano yung mga frappes pala? saka yung mga milk tea? shakes? naisip ko lang.

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    1. Here in Marikina, we already stopped using plastic cups and straw for a while na din. Bawal na daw sa mga fastfood and restos. Paper cups are being used instead. Sana follow na din ibang cities.

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    2. paper straw

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    3. madami na nagbebenta ng metal straws, standard size at ung pang milktea, it comes with brush cleaner na rin

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    4. metal straw. bring it everywhere :)

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  8. Tama naman si Matteo. Kahit ako I bring my own tumbler when I go out instead na bumili ng bottled water.

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  9. Why is Matteo barok in English? Nosebleed ako. Wag akong aawayin. Totoo naman.

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    1. Because he's Italian. 1:51

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    2. Mas fluent siya mag Cebuano at Italian. Maraming Americano din ang barok mag English, take note.

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    3. You know what 2:30 and 6:10, I am not an American but I am not that barok in English naman. Parang you generalized that Italians speak barok English only. Americans in the south have their own bizarre regional grammar. You may want to include black Americans as well and that is within their culture. Eh si Matteo not an excuse na Italian or Cebuano sya. English is the universal language kumbaga so i expect him to have a good grasp of the language unless he never went to school like Sarah. Bakit kaya pag di nagtatagalog ang Cebuano sasabihin kasi fluent sila mag English? O sige nga, ang tanong bakit di rin sya fluent sa English? Mga logic logic nyo dyan

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    4. @ 6:10 am Matteo went to Brent. Of course he can speak English fluently. Just because he doesn’t speak it so on twitter doesn’t mean he can’t when he talks

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    5. Tapos ba nang high school yan?

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    6. 11:06 just because he went to Brent eh fluent na sya mag English. Ayan ang ebidensya oh. Written English is palpak.

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  10. Hahaha....the netizen has a good point. The plastic cups and lid are even bigger problems than plastic straws. Look around pinas pollution everywhere, all kinds of plastics, big and small.

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    1. Di ba pwedeng unti-unti? Umpisahan sa straw? Tapos susunod yung lids and cups naman. One step at a time beh.

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    2. hindi lahat ng resto/fastfood naka plastic cup, pero mga naka plastic straw...sasabihin mo isang straw lang naman...yan din sinabi ng ilang milliong tao na kasabay mong kumain ng lunch...so ilang milyong straw ang nagamit...lunch pa lang yan...

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    3. Tama ka diyan. Lahat na plastic nasa paligid na.

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  11. Meh, plastic straws are the least of the problem. People still use all kinds of plastic products that are bigger problems. Plastic cups, spoons, forks, plates, take out containers, bags, stools, chairs, kitchenwares, etc.

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    1. At least we are starting with something. Di kaya all out biglaan. Baby steps ;)

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    2. Let's cut the use of plastic one step at a time. Plastic straws are the easiest to ban altogether.

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    3. Very true. Too little, too late. Pa show lang talaga.

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  12. Matteo does it for show only. If he is really serious about it then he should stop using all kinds of plastics.

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    1. Wow. This is a very lame argument. Not all plastics are bad for the environment, unless you can reuse it or use it for a long period. Do you think you can reuse a plastic straw?

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    2. Very true. Straws are just a tiny problem in comparison to other plastics.

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    3. 606, you can recycle plastic straws. Don’t be ignorant. All plastics will eventually end up in the invironment because it will take hundreds of years to decompose them. Educate yourself.

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  13. Yung mga namimintas mayroon ba kayong naisip gawin para sa environment. At least si matteo starts it with his resto. Mag isip din paminsan minsan.

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  14. Patanggal nya muna lahat ng tarp na may mukha nya, bago nya sabihin yan.

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    1. True! May point!

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    2. 4:22 True! May point!

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    3. Hahahahaha....love it. So true. True garbage and eyesore yan and can’t be recycled.

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  15. Nakaka-distract mag English yung netizen!

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  16. Galit tayo sa plastic. Eh pano naman ang carbon footprint ng paggamit and paggawa ng papel? Ng mga machineries na gumagawa ng metal straws? Lahat ng kilos natin may impact sa environment. Even yung pagcharge ng phone at pagiinternet makapag-comment lang si netizen at tayo meron din eh. The point that I am trying to drive at is that no one at all can be said to care for the environment kung ang basis natin ng care ay zero waste or zero carbon footprint like what the netizen implies. Eh kung ganun, ano dapat nating gawin? Mag-agree kay netizen na oo nga hindi naman 100% plastic free eh so ituloy pa rin natin ang paggamit ng plastic. Yun ba ang nararapat? O yung kay Matteo na hindi ako totally plastic free but when I have a choice not to use plastic eh I won't use plastic? Dun na ako kay Matteo.

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