Friday, January 11, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Saab Magalona Gets Flak for Recalling Mispronunciation of Teacher









Images courtesy of Twitter: saabmagalona

82 comments:

  1. Saab ily but nawindang ako sa cursing

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    1. SO IN GRADE SCHOOL (PROVINCE), OUR SCIENCE TEACHER (WE LATER FOUND OUT HE MAJORED IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION) NA AKALA MO KUNG SINONG MAGALING KEPT PRONOUNCING "TALC" AS "TOK" AS IN PARANG "TALK."

      IT WAS ONLY WHEN I WAS IN COLLEGE (MANILA), THAT IT'S PRONOUNCED AS HOW IT'S SPELLED PALA. NAKAKALOKA!

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    2. Kasi the netizen called her out, eh totoo naman. I’m kind of turned-off tbh.

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    3. mapapa curse ka naman talaga kung lahat na lang papansinin ng netizens. lol

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    4. May point naman yung netizen, may nalalaman pa syang I have a soft spot for my teacher eh yyng original tweet was to make fun of the pronunciation. Wag kami saab

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    5. Oh, please, Saab! You always make fun of people, low-key nga lang. tapos ngayon na-call out ka, puro ka excuses. We weren’t born yesterday noh!

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  2. People are so sensitive nowadays! lahat nalang jusko!

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    1. True. Lahat ng sabihin binibigyan ibang kahulugan.

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    2. Typical college educated from a high class university. Altho she did not admit that she was making fun of the pronunciation, we know what u did there, saab. Clap clap. Pacool pa more. Ilang theories naaala mo hanggang ngaun?

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    3. They have that right. Gets mo.

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  3. Jusko shaming agad?

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  4. Ito yung mga pa-woke na ang alam lang magnitpick.

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  5. totoo nga naman. lahat na lang pinapansin. kahit hindi yun yung ibig sabihin warped pa rin sa utak ni basher. lahat na lang eh.

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    1. Yun naman talaga yung ibig sabihin ah? She was making fun of the pronunciation, whether direct or not, it was meant to shame someone

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  6. Gretchen baretto nga mispronounced margarine. Natawa lang ako. Mar-ja-rine greta hi di mar-ga-rine lolz

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    1. what??? omg ginoogle ko, you are correct! same kami ni greta haha

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    2. Ako rin napa-google. Majority sa mga pinoy, mar-ga-rine ang basa nyan. Kebs na rin siguro ito. Marami naman tayo. Hehe.

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    3. Both pronunciations are acceptable

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    4. 2:53 it is alright dear. Si greta kasi is pasosyal di ba ... so when she was having a IG live- natawa lang tlga ako when i she mispronounced that word and the fact she is so pasosyal di bah. Halos mailuwa ko ung kinakain ko kasi as in... :(

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    5. Ay oo nga 1am!shucks,all along akala ko hard g! Both American can and british english pala soft g. Salamat!

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    6. AKALA KO DIN MAR-GA-RIN. OMG!

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    7. Kung tagalugin mo eh di margarin nga at almost lahat ng pinoy ganun ang bigkas. sa palengke na lang may narinig ka ba kahit isa na nagsabing marjarin? Kaya laitin mo bawat pilipino ganern?!

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    8. Chill lang, English is relative. Even brandnames are pronounced differently around the world depende sa stress ng local language. You may be saying NestlΓ© wrong if u come to North America. E yung salmon? Google mo baks!

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  7. Dami kasi memang netizen ngayon.Lahat nalang ginagawan ng issue kahit d naman ka issue issue. Mga self righteous at self entitled lagi.

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    1. Kasi self-righteous din si Saab.

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    2. As if Saab is not self-entitled too. Duh!

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  8. yung may topic na gusto ka mag-trend pero nag-trend for the wrong reasons lelsss

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    1. Hahahahahaha!! Fail si ate mo saab e.

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  9. pampam na naman kasi.. babawiin sasabihin "Teachers are the best" after may magcomment ng negative sa tweet nya

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  10. masyadong pa witty tong Saab..sya nga yung waley eh

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    1. Kayo naman oa na sensitive masyado.

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    2. Hindi naman sa OA. Teacher ko ganyan yan i pronounce okay lang kasi marami naman ako natutunan sa kanya.

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  11. Sana kasi inamin na lang nya na she really was shaming, yung ang point. No matter how you look at it. Even though she meant it to be "nostalgic" pinagtatawanan pa rin nya.

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    1. Not really. Nagawa ko na rin yan. Di ko na matandaan mung kanino ko na narinig pero minsan kami kami ng mga kaibigan ko ginagaya namin yung maling pagkasabi ng mga salita like jinwayn. Were we shaming? No. Alam na namin na mali ang pagka pronounce kaya careful na kami na wag gamitin sa seryosong usapan

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    2. Exactly. Palusot na lang nya talaga yung mga sumunod nyang hanash.

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    3. Ikaw na rin may sabi pinagtawanan nyo so i think you shame your techer hindi nyo lang sinabi mismo sa kanya. Hindi nyo lang din tinweet. Don’t worry ganyan din naman ako minsan. Sorry.

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  12. Wala naman masama sa tinweet niya? Ganun na ba ka sensitive mga tao ngayon?

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  13. Pa cool kasi si sab kaya ayan hahaha

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    1. cool talaga sya, not pa cool.

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    2. Yeah, right. Just because she has a band and has friends in the rock music industry, and she likes to speak English and writes a blog, "pa-cool" na siya. πŸ˜’

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    3. Yeah right. She thinks she’s all that just because she has a band etc etc. That doesn’t make her instantly cool. Pa-cool talaga sya madalas.

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    4. Define pa cool. "She thinks." And paano mo nalaman ang iniisip niya? Psychic ka?

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  14. Nostalgic daw. Lulusot pa to e πŸ™„

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    1. Totoo naman nostalgic. Ang laki ng problema niyo sa "choory" ah.

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    2. @3:55 am Hahaha! Yes, I am proud to be a "fantard" of Saab. At least she's a bit nicer than most celebs these days.

      Just a question: Are you one of those people that mispronounces "theory?" Is that why you are affected? XD Pag si Saab, galit kayo noh. Pero pag stand up comedian okay lang mag joke ng ganyan. XD

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    3. Saab was obviously making fun of her teacher. And I don’t see the connection between being “affected” with how we pronounce the word theory. We see what Saab did there, and we are just saying it as it is. -Not 1:22 nor 3:55

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    4. Kaso di naman sya stand up comediane so hindi acceptable. Die-hard blind tard ka tlga for trying to justify her tweet kahit alam mo naman deep inside na ginawa nyang katawa tawa teacher nya. I bet she had bad grades kaya may galit sa teacher lol

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    5. Masyadong seryoso sa buhay! �� Akala mo naman nakapatay ang tao para i-criticize siya sa maliit na bagay na yan. Kung pa-woke ka, edi dapat wag mo din gamitin ang salitang "tard." Diba masama yun? Oh edi pinuna ko din ang pagkakamali mo. Natuwa ka ba? Haha. Porque nag recall lang ng memory tungkol sa nasabing teacher may galit na? Eh bat ako tawang tawa ako sa "choory" pero love ko naman ang professor kong nagsasabi nun. Hay nako lahat na lang pinupuna.

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    6. Tulog na Mary Grace, makikinig ka pa ng podcast ni saab bukas!

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    7. @1:04 It's not like I really follow Saab religiously. Sa totoo lang, hindi na ako updated sa kanya. Last na nakita ko siya ay yung nag cameo appearance siya sa Saving Sally. I used to follow her blog and I drew a portrait of her. Yes, I am a fan but being a fan doesn't invalidate my opinion. Sobrang babaw lang kasi ng issue. Like, choory talaga? Yan? Yan ang kinagagalit at pinag-uusapan natin? Ang dami daming problema sa bansa, na-highblood kayo sa "choory" tweet niya? Yun lang? LOL. Bawal na pala magbiro sa Twitter ngayon dahil puno ng sensitive people sa social media. Ni-tweet na niya yan before, inulit lang niya kasi I guess naalala niya ulit yung prof. Pero sino tayo para i-assume na galit siya sa prof or teacher na yan? Malay mo naman maayos ang student-teacher relationship nila noon. Malay mo close sila ngayon. Hindi tayo pwede mag assume ng dahil sa isang tweet lang. Anubeh.

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  15. True nman kaya sya kilala is because of her surname. Just be proud of it nde ung kunwari nde mo alam kaya ka known is because of your surname.

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    1. 1:28 eto na naman, di mo na naman na-gets si saab. hayyyy!

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    2. 1:52 don't act like you know it. Ang clear ng comment ko, it is a fact. Sobrang deep ba ng sinabi nya sa apelido nya. Lol. True nman, if not for his father baka nde sya mgkaroon ng maraming followers/fan. Sa true lng

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    3. 2:20 HER. Babae siya

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    4. 9:06 ok her nga ngmamadali lng mgtype πŸ˜‚

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  16. Hahaha I love you, Saab! Waaaaaay before Pancho...because.. ugh.. girl crush forever!♥️

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  17. Ang ooa nung mga nagcomment! Lahat nalang pinupuna nyo! Naalala ko tuloy ung filipino teacher ko sa 4th year hogh school na mismong tagalog nya, wrong grammar.

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  18. The pa-woke people are at it again

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    1. People who uses “pa-woke” in their sentence are at it again.πŸ™„

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  19. Finally lumabas din ang tunay na attitude. I've always thought this girl is arrogant.

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    1. Wuuut??? Arrogant? Masama naba ipagtanggol ang sarili ngayon??

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    2. She really is arrogant.

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    3. Arrogant and ignorant.

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  20. Well, what can I say is that most of my HS classmates who were laughing behind the teachers' back due to mispronunciation or sometimes really bad grammar, ended up as HS teachers themselves. 😏 What goes around comes around, kids. πŸ˜‰

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  21. Nai-tweet na niya yang choory na yan. Tinuweet niya ulit. Nakakatawa naman talaga YUNG pronunciation nila.

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  22. shaming nga talaga yun, pero mild lang naman and we all do it sometimes. these pa woke keyboard warriors attacked her kasi ayaw pa iadmit.

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  23. Most of my teachers nung hs choory ang naalala kong pronounciation nun. So di ako natatawa non kasi d naman big deal.
    Pero pag si Mahal na nagsabi ng “choory” e natatawa ako.

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    1. Si Mahal talaga yun winner pagdating sa choory choory. :)

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  24. Meh, it’s about nothing. Saab is a nobody anyway. No talent, no nothing.

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    1. Bakit ka pa nagcomment lol bitter

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    2. True, basta lang May satsat si lola kasi.

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  25. Magaling daw kasi siya mag english at never syang namali ng pronunciation.

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  26. ayses aminin na natin malakas naman talaga tayong mangantyaw pag mali ang pronunciation.. napansin lang c saab kasi celeb xa and of course because its thru social media..

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  27. We all have that kind of teacher, right? And yep, nostalgic sya when you think of it now. It's a happy memory!

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    1. Finally, someone said it! Yes, I have a teacher who says "choory" all the time. Yet, she is my favorite science professor because she is witty and knowledgeable. :)

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    2. I guess it depends on the context. I mean, I get what Saab meant - I'm sure lahat naman tayo have funny anecdotes about our childhood teachers & classmates. Kaya lang, it can also easily be misconstrued as something derogatory, lalo pa if it's read as is lang.

      While some people should stop making mountains out of molehills, I guess it wouldn't hurt din to be more mindful of what you say, especially in the age of social media.

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  28. Lol I just asked my Mom to pronounce theory and she said choory too. That's how she was taught so maybe the teachers were taught wrong as well.

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  29. For me the tweet was neutral. Like there are certain teachers/profs talaga who pronounced words differently and you’d really remember them for that. LAHAT NALANG SHAMING. Huhu!

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