Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Insta Scoop: Jodi Sta. Maria Posts Serious Spelling Question


Images courtesy of Instagram/Twitter: jodistamaria

68 comments:

  1. That is just for fun. Parang baklang salita lang. at least you know these people know the past tense of the words then add the letter t for fun.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Kaya nga. May jejemon at Gay Lingo nga ang Pipilipinas. Nagtataka pa sila. It’s calles Millennial speak. Now for indepth meaning of each word. GOOGLE is your friend.

      Delete
    2. Just for fun lang talaga.

      Like the evolution of sister to sis to the current "cyst."

      Aakalain nalang ng iba may bukol o tumor na ang mga ateng natin. 😂😂😂

      Delete
    3. Pati salitang english pinasok na ng mga Jejemon. Yan gayahin nyo na haha

      Delete
    4. Millennials are born between 1981 to 1996 teh (correct me if I'm wrong?) so I don't think millennials mga nag pauso nun.

      Delete
    5. 1:11, I am a part of women with pcos group, and they use ‘cysters’ for sisters because of our condition, more like a play on word lang. Didn’t know ba ginagamit pala talaga sya in general lol. I find it cringy to be honest. Even sa group, I don’t use cysters or cyst, to address someone. Lol.

      Delete
  2. Tanong ko din yan.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Tanong ko din yan. Saka yung mga comments na "Sana oil".

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sana all yata yun baks. Not sure baka nag-auto correct kang keyboard nila pero daily ko nababasa yung comments na yan so baka galing sya meme. Ewan haha

      Delete
    2. It's for "sana all."
      It has similar sound kasi tapos binakla lang. 😂😂😂

      Delete
    3. Ata lang ha: Sana (all) from sana lahat

      Delete
    4. Natawa ako sa sana oil. 🤣
      Yung iba nga sana ol pero sana all yata yan o sana lahat.

      Delete
    5. Meron pa, ung ‘been knew’ na ginagamit nila na sobrang mali na.

      Delete
  4. Millennial Speak.

    Yung cancelledt i think they immitating how a certain group pronounced word ending with D like a T. ( I think black people )..

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I've never heard black people speak this way

      Delete
    2. I am fil-am and lived here all my life. Never heard anyone pronounce cancelled with a t. Black people have their own lingo but never emphasized the letter t after d. "Weirdt if you ask me. I livedt here all my life but I didt not hear these t after d words.

      Delete
    3. 1:30 and 1:59. Bakit na-meet niyo na lahat? FYI
      lang ha. May iba ibang accent ang American English. I researched and they said “ Ebonics” slang.

      Delete
    4. Tama si 2:44, agmamarunong naman tong sila 1:30 and 1:59, yang mga blavk, ebonics ang salita, and yan ang ginagaya ng ibang pinoy, kala nila tama, pero masakit sa tenga! Yung mom, ginagawa nilang moms, kahit iisa lang ang mom nila 😑.

      Delete
    5. I think dahil nagcombine lang sa irregular past tense forms like kept, slept, etc.

      Delete
    6. That’s not Millennial. That certainly did not come from our generation. Jodi and Alex are both Millennials. Pero titas na sila, just like me and we don’t understand that nonsense. I get your point anyway, pero hindi sya millennial just saying!

      Delete
  5. Sige kids, gamitin ninyo nang gamitin yang mga imbento ninyong words at mali maling spelling para pag susulat na kayo ng formal eh hindi nyo na alam kung alin ang tama dahil nakasanayan nyo na yan. Very wrong.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anon 1:00AM This! Kaya ako maski nagtetext sa message, tweet, comment and post, full words at correct spelling lagi at I also make it sure na correct grammar. If I am not sure of any of those aforementioned, ginu-google ko muna para sure.

      Delete
    2. May tama ka! Unfortunately these days new words are being added to the dictionary so it's being recognized as a legit word now

      Delete
    3. Their resume will suffer as well.

      Delete
    4. 1:00 Hear, hear! What you said is so true!

      Delete
    5. Pareho tayo 1:30. Complete sentences pa kaya complaint ng mga anak ko, ang haba ko raw mag-text.

      Delete
    6. This is why I don't do shortcuts in texting, captions or tweets, mahirap nang masanayan. Even to my kid, I told her to text me in full. Not allowed Yung pag shortcut, eventually they'll forget the correct spelling dahil everyday ng gamit ang Mali.

      Delete
    7. Yes! I’ve rejected a few candidates before because their answers to our questions were in text speak. Ultimo “and” di pa maisulat, kahit nga ampersand na lang sana.

      Delete
    8. Language evolves. Bawat generation may kanya-kanyang lingo. It’s just easy to blame everything to millennials now. Look at you, you are using “pag susulat na ng formal eh hindi niyo na...” That “eh” should be “ay”, and “pag” should be “ ‘pag” or “kapag” in formal speaking / writing. Pero naiintindihan namin ang sinabi mo kaya kahit na hindi iyan formal writing. Kasi iyon ang mahalaga, magkaintindihan. At nagkakaintindihan din itong generation na ‘to with their cancelledt and shookt. So chill ka lang.

      Delete
    9. I am a millenial and I am 30. And I don’t speak that language. Nor I intend to use it. I dont get why we get the blame for this nonsense, eh mukang GenZ naman ung nagsasalita ng ganyan. Youngest millenial is around 22-23 years old.

      Delete
  6. Tanong mo daw kay alex gonzaga jodi

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Like Jodi, Hindi rin alam ni Alex na may T sa cancelledt. Kayo Lang mga millennials na followers ang marunong nitong Ghetto lingo.

      Delete
    2. Hindi mga millennials Yan, they're Gen z.

      Delete
    3. Hello???? Millenial din si Jodi and Alex. Baka Gen Z ang tinutukoy mo. Sus. Learn the difference.

      Delete
    4. Ang funny nung mga nag mimisinterpret ng millennials. Know them first before using the term sa mga kabataan ngayon. Yung mga millennials ay nasa 20s and 30s na.

      Delete
  7. Sana oil Sana All

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It doesnt even sound the same! It should have been Owl! Sana Owl! Who is the bobo who made pauso oil?! Owl would be perfect coz its slang of All not idiot Oil!!!!

      Delete
    2. 12:21 kalmahan mo lang teh

      Delete
  8. Napapagoogle nga ako buset

    ReplyDelete
  9. Tanong ko yung "wow cool post" sa fb, bakit at paano nangyari? kairita e pati yung top fan pabibo

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Isa pa Yan, Kung gusto nilang sumakay lang, Yan e comment nila. In short walang laman utak nila, wala ng ibang masabi. Ang annoying nga.

      Delete
    2. History nyan is from IGN (Western media Gaming Page) Nangspam yung mga fans nila dahil paulit ulit yung mga content. Ginaya lang ng mga pinoy.

      Delete
  10. May nakalimot mag blend ng pang contour.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Every generation m,ay mga naiimbentong words. Repapip, bomalabs, erpat, ermat,boo, selfie, bromance, bae, etc... Hindi na yan bago. Ang language naeevolve, nadadagdagan. Kaya nga movies from 50's and 60's sound different, kasi nagiiba yung way ng pakikipagusap ng mga tao.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. imbentong words ibig sabihin hindi talaga sya nag eexist. pero yong word na nag-exist na tapos nilagyan ng isa pang letter para cool pakinggan is a big NO. tama na ang spelling, ginawa pang mali.

      Delete
    2. Serious question - what’s repapip & bomalabs?

      Delete
    3. Ang tanong, why do we have to invent words we cannot even use in formal correspondence? Why not learn more of the existing words and learn how to use it in a proper context?

      Delete
    4. Anon 9:51.. Even linguists welcome this kind of language evolution. Tingin mo ba yung mga formal words natin ngayon. Yan ang ginagamit noon?

      Delete
    5. 9:40

      repapips = pare (+pips = people? or I guess it's just plain 'pare')
      bomalabs = malabo

      Delete
  12. I think typo error lang yon..madalas nangyayari yan when using a smart gadget.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Nope. The word exists sa Millennias internet lingo.

      Delete
    2. Dapat itapon yang gadget dahil anong gadget ang mag-iispell ng cancelled as cancelledt?! Kahit gawa pa yan sa China o Korea o Russia hindi magiispell yan ng ganun! Hindi Smart gadget yan kungdi Idiot fon!

      Delete
  13. Ang problema, itong mga gumagamit ng slang na ito, hindi naman din magaling sa mga tamang spelling nila.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Actually sa twitter karamihan ng mga sinasabing "woke kids" na gumagamit ng slang na ganyan matatalino at may sense ang mga tweet. Kaya di ko gets bakit ang daming nagsasabing madami daw mga bobong kabataan ngayon, when in fact they can express their ideas incisively

      Delete
    2. yon na nga kasi masasanay ka. same lang din noon nong naging uso ang abbreviation sa text, ang mga tao hindi na marunong mag spelling. pag nag fill-up ng forms ang ginagamit na words eh yong sa text message instead of yong real at correct spelling.

      Delete
    3. Kaya nga ganyan sila magspell na ginaya naman ng mga marunong magspell dahil akala nila yun ang trend para maging in at cool!

      Delete
  14. Shortcut un. Like "can not" naging cant. Cancelled it naging cancelledt. Shooked it naging shookdt. Hehehe. Imbento ko lang.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Wrong. Can’t, not cant.

      Delete
    2. Nalito ako ha. Yung shook is already the past tense of shake.. my skooked pa ba?

      Delete
  15. Imbento lang yan parang yung “jowa” na term nung panahon ko, or mga “peg”, etc

    ReplyDelete
  16. pakisama na din yung spelling ng nanaman (na naman), palang (palang), parin (pa rin) at iba pa. nagpalit na pala ng spelling di naman ako aware.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Dreamt = dreamed
    Spilt = spilled
    Old english usage versus modern. Baka may nakarinig nung old and ang akala pauso lang yung may t sa dulo for past tense?

    ReplyDelete
  18. Language Evolves. Linguists says na normal lahat ng yan. Bakit ba sinisisi niyo sa millennials. Eh lahat naman napagdaanan yan. Kahit sa pilipinas. I doubt na may makapagsalita pa ng straight tagalog na walang nahahalong english loanwords at slang.Chill.

    ReplyDelete
  19. Millenials naman talaga nagpauso ng mga ganyan eh. Di sya gay lingo. Gusto nila mas intense eh pagbigyan na.

    ReplyDelete
  20. Alam naman pala ni jodi bat tinatanong pa

    ReplyDelete
  21. It’s a meaningless made-up nonsense. No need to analyze it.

    ReplyDelete

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...