Friday, August 31, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Gabbi Garcia Advises Caution in Commenting on Weight of People

Image courtesy of Twitter: _gabbigarcia

26 comments:

  1. Parang wala namang pumupuna tehhh

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    1. In general nmn ung statement nya.

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    2. ito na lang ba talaga ang maisip na publicity para maging relevant siya? wala bang mga pinopromote man lang?

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  2. Ito na naman sya na trying hard to be relevant. Next!

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    1. Aminin, pag idol mo nagsabi n'yan todo agree ka. You get her point, but since ayaw mo sa kanya, you will just question her relevance as a celebrity.

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    2. Teh, halata naman kase na hindi from the heart ang post nya. Mema lang. memapost. Lol. -Not 12:48

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    3. true parang wala na bang ganap kaya kung ano ano na lang ang post para maging relevant kuno.

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  3. nakakaawa naman itong si Gabbi wala man lang appeal sa masa. Tinry na lahat.

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    1. Pag idol mo magsasabi ng same statement, aagree ka di ba?

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    2. pero anong pakialam natin sa sinabi ni Gabbi. Sana ipromote niya mga projects nya hindi yung mga kuda or mga picture nila ng boyfriend niya.

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  4. How about "payat na payat ka na" or payat ka na? Is it acceptable to say to someone?

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    1. No, we should never be that "personal" to others. And it is none of our business to deal with their weight or personal issues.

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    2. How about let’s not comment about one’s weight at all. Pilipino lang naman ang ganyan sa totoo lang.

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    3. 4:04 not true. Nung pagbalik ko ng Japan galing ng Pinas sabi nung Haponesa” tumaba ka” kaya wag kang ano dyan na lahatin ang Pinoy/Pinay kasi kahit anong lahi may ganyan.

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    4. Pano kung ka-close mo and you are genuinely concerned bakit pumapayat?

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  5. Ganyan nakasanayan ng mga pinoy pag nagkikita, sasavihan ay tumaba ka or uy pumayat ka

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    1. Maraming Pilipino hindi alam na Bastos sila. Kulang sa Tamang edukasyon. Diyan mo makikita kung anong klaseng pamilya o school galing yun tao. Sorry to say but many schools , especially the public schools , do not teach Good Manners And Right Conduct or Social Grace anymore. In Japan , the children are educated first, from pre-school to third grade, about manners in all schools.

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  6. I agree with her on this as much as there are more interesting things about us than weight, people seemed so transfixed with that. I have battled eating disorders since I was 16 considering I was never really obese around 110 pounds now heaviest at 125 but I remember starving myself for two days whenever someone would jokingly say, tumataba ka na naman.

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  7. If it's true, why are people being hurt by this? If you are mataba, you made yourself mataba. If you are payat to the point of being boney, you chose to be that. Panindigan mo

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    1. Di pwedeng may sakit din kaya naging ganon yung body nila? Instead of rubbing it in their faces, minsan mas tamang itikom na lang ang bibig. And I think most Filipinos can't do that

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    2. You are plain rude. Ignorant. You don't know what that person is going through. Some people don't choose their weight. Ever heard of imbalances? Maybe not cuz you're probably not educated properly.

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  8. I guess its ok to comment about weight if close mo na talaga, pero if aquiantances lang, minsan may mga na oofend... Some are more sensitive than others

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  9. Kesa naman sabihin ang payat mo kahit kabaligtaran. Plastic ang tawag dun. Mainam na sabihin ang totoo para maging aware yung sinasabihan.

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  10. kung ako dyan kay Gabbi maghanap ako ng ibang PR team na mag promote ng mga upcoming projects ko hindi yung mga kuda kuda na walang relevance sa career. Kaya parang na la ocean na.

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  11. parang nawawala ito sa focus ng career by being too active in socmed.

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