Sunday, May 12, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Chito Miranda Engages in Discussion About Defining the 'Batang 90s'

















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151 comments:

  1. Haba. Anyway, 1987 ako and I'm a 90s kid. Tapos!

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    1. Ang tanong is ano susunod sa Gen-Z e last letter na yun ng alphabet? Babalik ba sa Gen-A o mag-iimbento ng Gen-AA? Hahahahaha! Huli na yang Gen-Z dahil patapos na amg mundo at gugunawin na! Mga pauso pa kayo ng mga term term!

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    2. Ako I don’t know kung saan ako lulugar if Millenial ba ako. I don’t even get that. Anyway, I was born in 1989 and I have older brothers and sisters who were in College and High School in the 90’s so I grew up with the pop culture then with their influence. I know I’m a 90’s kid, so I hope Chito won’t discredit us born in the late 80’s not being batang 90’s. I even grew up listening to his band’s songs in my kuya’s walkman.

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    3. So si Enrile lang ang nag-iisang Matandang 90's pala....Sino ang mga Matandang 80's at Matandang Millenials Kaya? Si Erap under kaya ng Matandang 80's?

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    4. Greek letters na po. Ang small kids theses days (preschoolers down) are Alpha Gen na.

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    5. I was born in 80's din. Lumaki ako kasama ang mga ibang generations, kaya na appreciate ko yon mga ibat ibang genre ng music and fashion trends. Si Lolo at lola mahilig makinig ng drama sa radyo. Si tatay makaElvis, Beatles, at orchestra. Si Nanay yon porma nya dati, yon highwaist na jeans tapos nakatucked in yon blouse, na uuso na ulit na tawag ngayon ay mom's jeans lol. Si Kuya new wave and punkista ang porma, ala sid and nancy ang style nila ng gf nya. Si Ate ginagaya yon porma ni Brenda sa Beverly Hills 90210, maypa bangs din sya dati. Ako naman mahilig sa Barbie and gameboy, non hs alternative and grunge, pero later on na exposed din sa wu-tang clan, britney spears, etc. Kaya ang sarap ng feeling pag may naririnig kang kanta from the past or mga porma non dati kaya mapapasmile ka sa mga pathrow back pic ng barkada. Nakikinig din ako ng kpop and jpop, ngayon nasa playlist ko mga indie songs, pero minsan kung feel ko magreminisce iplay ko eraserhead and freestyle. Kahit anong generation ka man, I think lahat tayo may dala dala na memories from the past years and now, hangan sa huli mananatili sa ating yon. Kaya maganda din na open minded tayo, kasi hindi lahat permanente-may nagbabago, may dumadagdag, may nawawala at minsan may bumabalik din.

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    6. Still dont get why people bother with these labels.

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    7. 1987 here. Pwede ba wag na natin i-angat na yun ibang generation and compare it to earlier gen. Iba iba ang takbo ng isip ng tao regardless kung anubg generation ka pinanganak.

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    8. Bakit walang Matandang 80's, Matandang 90's, Matandang Millenial? Puro Batang kaya daming opinyon!

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    9. Pakienlighten nga ako. So si Dante Gulapa saang category siya? Parang ibang species siya e.

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    10. 5:35 same lang din yun as Gen A. Nilagyan lang nila ng wording. Wala bang mas creative?

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    11. Proud to belong to the "Nutribun generation"! Manila Sound, Shaggy hairstyles, Love Bus, Bell Bottom, Wide Collar shirts etc.

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  2. "Millenials are born with hurt feelings." Sorry not sorry.

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    1. Mga pinaglihi sa balat ng sibuyas!

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    2. Hahaha! Not even a fan of Chito pero napakampi ako sa kanya dito. Gigil na gigil yung bagets.

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    3. Hay naku Chito, hindi mo kailangan mag-explain sa mga entitled snowflake na yan. Just because they're offended doesn't mean they're right.

      Mabuhay ang 90's music!

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    4. Or pinaglihi sa political correctness to the point na unreasonable na ang pagiging obsessed “to be right and sensitive”.

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    5. I love your comment 2:02 šŸ˜‚

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    6. ay matuto ke millenials etc that life is not a box of chocolates. Lahat ng tao may opinyon. So be it.

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    7. Grabe ano pari ba naman eto nagiging issue? Nakakaloka na ipaglaban pa ng iba kung anong generation sila belong. Basta ako i know na 90’s kid ako. Cellphone na pang call lang, beeper, family computer, patintero sa daan, roller blades, telebabad sa landline tapos makikipagaway sa kapatid or pinsan kung sino ang gagamit ng phone, cd, laser disc, late 80’s to early 2000 music na upto now eh nasa playlist ko. If i could turn back time, babalik ako sa high school days ko. And like chito, gago din ako nung HS but high school life is sooooo masaga talaga. I miss those days.

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    8. probably you meant Gen Z

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    9. Hahahah

      Though to be fair, overargumentative taga si chito. Silang mag asawa. Umay na umay na ang Alfonso sa inyo

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    10. at entitlement

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    11. true. masyadong sensitive

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    12. You guys are probably right we have our issues and so are the other generations. The problems that we are facing now some of it is a domino effects of the older generations so before you guys judge millennials maybe have a good check on a mirror because as far us millennials are concerned we are trying to make the future bright for the upcoming generations not just economically, but also with social equality, cultural awareness and hopefully a proper moral compass ,And if being sensitive and entitled are one of our flaws and so be it. Hopefully when the time comes that we millennials are in the position to guide we will have the courage to own up to our mistakes and help the younger generation learn from it. With this they can have their own mistakes and from that point knowledge and wisdom will be passed on to the next generations.

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  3. Blame it on the fake woke culture. So many hypocrites and pretentious fools getting so called offended by the most minor stuff but they don’t even walk their talk. They’re just a bunch of trying to be politically correct hypocrites.

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    1. This. Tapos ibabash ka pag iba paniniwala nila sayo?

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    2. This so-called "new" generation:

      Fakery
      Entitlement
      "Woke" and other "newly minted (rubbish) terms"
      Materialistic
      Shallow
      Viral
      Narcissistic traits

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    3. 12:49 well said!

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    4. I agree its that PC BS na ginagaya lang naman mostly sa america where most people are hypocrites. There can never be a perfect world for every individual or creature in this world. And daming pinaglalaban feminist lgbt vegans, pero yun oppression sa north korea and china and starvation sa africa even sa philippines, climate change,celebrities and PC hypocrites have not much to say. Kung ano lang yun uso like #metoo movement and what not ayun ride lahat ng celebrities and all the other PC hypocrites. Pero sa ibang issues even if said without malice ouch nasasaktan agad at agad agad tweet or punta sa IG and start arguments and confrontations. Dumb.

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    5. At ipipilit talaga yung paniniwala na dapat sila lang yung tama.

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    6. sa maraming pagkakataon hindi naman bashing ang ginagawa ng mga tao, expressing oneself ang tawag doon. May freedom of speech. Mas maganda yoong may nag didisagree or may naiiba ang opinyon.

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    7. Di naila alam sila din yung nagiging toxic

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    8. In America there’s this term ‘PC Baby’ which perfectly describes those born in 2005 onwards.
      They believe there are always politically correct since they are born in the times of internet access is easy peasy and the ‘information’ they search on Google are the basis of it all but they get easily offended if you slap facts in their faces.
      In short spoiled at entitled. LOL

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    9. Ay Ang magandang tawag pala sa henerasyon ngayon e Mga Batang Impluwensya ni Dante Gulapa! Dahil Super Sensitive parang yung mga indak at giling ni Gulapa!

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  4. Batang 90s here! Born:1983

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    1. same! year of the pig!

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    2. Na butt hurt yung millenials kay chito hahahaha...

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    3. batang 90's here too. kakasura talaga mga kabataan ngayon!

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  5. Let’s not be too technical, I’m not discounting his ideas pwede naman yun pero kase uso na ngayon ang identify and sense of belongingness. I was born late 80’s pero I really love everything about 80’s music, tv and films. I’m an 80’s kid trapped in the millenial loop.

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    1. Yup you are a millenial who happen to like 80s pop culture but it doesn't mean you belong to that generation. It doesn't start and end there. You didn't grow up with martial law rules in the background, the US Russia cold war. We went to school and came of age without the help of the internet, etc. Experiences shaped each generation differently, not to mention that each generation were raised and governed by people from another generation.

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    2. Ginaya at tinagalog pa kasi yung Generation 80s, 90s, X, Y, Z ng pauso at patrending na Amerika at tayo namang mga BANDWAGONERS e ginawang Batang para tunog atin! So ang magamdang term ngayon is BATANG BANDWAGONERS!

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    3. 7:42 say what you want pero you will never take away my happiness and belongingness to that generation. Manigas ka jan I’m know I’m an 80’s kid at heart.

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    4. Hoy, 12:56! Wag mong ipilit ang sayo. Ang dami na nga neg explain sa taas, hindi ka parin makaintindi? Millenial ka if you were born in the 80s. And you're not an 80s baby, 90s baby ka. I was born in 1985 and though I grew up loving many things about the 80s (lalo na nung nasa highschool na ko, dun ako mas naexpose at na-aapreciate ang 80s music and stuff), I never considered myself an 80s baby kasi I was only 4 yrs old when the 80s ended and wala pa ako muwang nun. I didn't get to reall experience the 80s life. Ganun yun! Matuto ka umintindi. Di porket napanganak ka ng 80s and you like 80s stuff eh 80s baby ka na. Sus.

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  6. Just like him, many are misusing the term millenial. Yes, we need to take it technically. I get what he meant about batang 90s but he later discredited millenials who are also batang 90s. But I agree that more people get easily offended today. I'm not saying we should tolerate what's wrong but we should learn to let some things slide and not make big deal of everything that is "offensive" by nitpicking even the smallest thing.

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  7. I was born in 1982, but I don't consider myself a millenial. I consider myself as Gen-X.

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    1. It's not like you actually have a choice. Ano yan transgeneration ka? Puhlease

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    2. 2:58, demographers don't totally agree on the years Gen-X babies were born. It's none of your business if I affiliate with Gen-X based on culture, ethics, and ideologies.

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    3. Why does it matter though??

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    4. HAHAHAHA! True, 2:58. But there's alo a term 'xennial' or what's also known 'early millenials'. I was born in 1985 and I'm happier to belong to the early millenials. Hehe.

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  8. daming sobrang sensitive na bata ngayon! lahat na lang may say sila.. haha proud batang 90's here..

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  9. hahaha mga millenials na yan puro kpop na pinapakinggan! iba pa rin mga 90's na kanta at walang mga sensitive nuon!

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    1. Gen Z naman na ata ang mahilig sa kpop. Iba ang trip ng Gen Y or what we call as millenials

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    2. 26 y.o ako at belong ako sa millennials pero NEVER ko naging trip yang KPOP na yan. wag niyo po kami i-generalize. mas trip ko mga NuMetal.

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    3. 12:58 chrew. same age tayo pero pinakikinggan ko nung teenager ako is yung mga hollywood band like red jumpsuit and The calling.

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    4. Nagbabasa ka ba kahit konti, anon 1:02! Batang 90s are the Millenials! Paulit ulit na lang!!! Yang mga mahilig sa kpop na sinasabi mo, mga Gen Z yan!

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  10. Di ko gets hanash ahahahahaha omg

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    1. Chito Miranda trying to stay relevant yun lang hehe

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    2. Ako din lololol Andami nila time

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  11. Snowflake alert! These kids are so hard to deal with because the adults let them grow up receiving awards and praises for something so normal like complete attendance. Now we’re all being attacked by these entitled fools.

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    1. Lol ngayon palang nauso yun patawa ka

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    2. So... Kasalanan ng last generation?

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    3. i agree with you anon 1:11. kids back then had it tough. kaya siguro when they became parents, ayaw nila iparanas sa mga anak nila yung "hirap", which is ironic kasi because of those, tumibay tayo sa buhay.

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  12. Born in 1991 and consider myself batang 90s, paki nyo ba! šŸ˜‚

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    1. same! are we being discredited here? lol kasi lumaki at mulat ako sa music ng pne! pero parang di ako sinali sa bracket niya! dapat ba maoffend ako?? charot!!

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    2. Haha same!! 1991 baby and naging batang 90s din naman kahit papaano.

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    3. 91 baby and batang 90s here. hahaha lumaki ako sa kanta ng Eheads, Rivermaya, Parokya sa cassette tape. Piko, Teks, Jolens. sarap balikan!

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    4. Hahaha. Ako din. Pero medyo early ako nagschool, so ako yung youngest sa classroom. And trip ng mga classmates ko sa highschool kantahin yan. Until now pag may mga get together, inuman and videoke sesh. Hindi nawawala yung kantang yan. Hindi din naman kami na offend.

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    5. Kaloka. Millennials nga kayo. Pinipilit ang gusto kahit napaka-unreasonable na. Kung pinanganak ka ng 90's MILLENIAL ka, NOT BATANG 90s. Research research din!
      Mahilig ka lang sa 90s music.
      Eto na lang para mas madaling intindihin, ako mahilig sa all things japanese (jpop culture, anime, jpop music, japanese food) but that doesn't make me Japanese, does it? Kaya wag nang ipilit, ok?

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  13. 90s kid ka kung isa ka sa mga nabaliw sa Backstreet Boys at naniwala ka naman lesbian si Nick Carter. hahaha!

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    1. 1:23 grabe napahagalpak ako ng tawa naalala ko nag-away na kame ng seatmate ko sa service nung grade 5 kase sabi nya kita mo na ayaw mag-alis ng tshirt ni nick sa mtv.

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    2. hahaha same here. nakipagtalo ako about sa gender ni nick. ilove bsb. ilovenick

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    3. Ang tsismis, tomboy si ni k carter, bakla si posh spice (victoria) šŸ¤£šŸ¤£šŸ¤£,

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    4. Haha dahil si nick lang yung hindi naghubad ng shirt sa quit playing games lol

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    5. Bsb, westlife and nsync! I was born in 1995

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    6. I used to love kevin richardson lol

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    7. Exactly! Wala pang Youtube dati na pwedeng balik-balikan ang videos anytime, kailangan mong abangan sa MTV ang mga music videos!

      -90's kid born in 1984

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    8. And lahat ng spice girls trans šŸ¤¦šŸ»‍♀️ Hahaha

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    9. Hahahaha! Omg, yes, anon 10:54! I remember that chismis! Hahaha

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    10. aba aba.. bakit BSB, spice girls lang pinaguusapan dito? asa henerasyon din natin si bon jovi at axl rose ha!

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  14. Daming hanash! Bagay na bagay talaga kayo ng misis mo.

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  15. Fan ako ng PNE noong 90's. I was born in 1988. Pansin ko lang kay Chito parang ayaw niya umamin na mali siya. Eh wala naman mawawala sa iyo kung may pagkakamali ka. Bat kelangan mag explain pa ng mahaba?

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    1. My ghad! Nagbasa ka ba 1:28 nagapologize na siya sa mga naoffend. Pinagsasasabi mo?

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    2. Si 1:42 binasa pero di naintindihan

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    3. Totoo naman.. Nabutthurt kase kasy dinaan na lang sa technicalities... Ako rin batang 90s...and millennial... Pero kasd may ibang meaning ng lasama ang pagiging millennial.. Kaya ayaw ng matawag na millennial.. Pinapakumplika pa kase eh.. State of mind na generation hindi year of birth

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    4. 1:42 and everyone who disagreed with my comment: Naintindihan ko po fully ang sinabi ni Chito. Yes, he did apologize. Pero defensive siya kasi nag explain pa siya kung ano meaning ng batang 90's. Karamihan naman alam yan. Siya nagkamali sa pag-intindi ng salitang millenials kaya kaya in his defense nag define din siya ng term na batang 90's. Sorry kung ngayon lang reply, galing kasi ako sa gig.

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  16. According to Pew Research Center: Millennials are people born between 1981-1996

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    1. very good. somebody did a research!

      if you really want to prove a point, ganito dapat, take words from legit sources who identifies the technical terms for it. I hate to admit it, but based on my year of birth I am a Millennial, but in my mind I feel I belong to Gen X kasi mas relate ako sa kanila

      Gen X Millennial

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    2. so sa commenter na nagpipilit na batang 90's daw sya kahit pinanganak sya ng 1991, ayan na ang sagot na hinahanap mo. tanggapin mo na lang na millenial ka pero mahilig ka sa all things 90s.

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  17. I was born during the 80s pero hindi ako millenial!

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    1. Sorry baks millenial simply means you were born in that era: 80's to 90's. Wala kang choice kung ano generation ka pinanganak

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    2. LOL! Anon 1:37. Millenial ka and that's a fact. Millenial is otherwise known as Generation Y, it is a term coined for people born between 1982-1996. Another name for a generation ang 'millenial'. Hindi ugali or characteristic ang 'millenial'!

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  18. Ang petty naman ng discussion. Hello? Lahat ng generation may SENSITIVE. Oks na? _1992 at batang 90s ako. Tapos!

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  19. ewan, basta ako hanggang ngayon pinapakinggan ko pa din mga older materials ng parokya lalo na yang favorite ko na Silvertoes no matter how problematic ang lyrics sabi ng mga butthurt ang feelings

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    1. Wala naman kasing kwenta talaga karamihan ng lyrics ng mga kanta ng parokya eh, sa true lang

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  20. Eh ung kpop nga ndi maintindihan baka pinagmumura na kayong mga tards.

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    1. Yes and they are the most racist of all! Even to themselves to the point that they change themselves drastically to look more Western. Also, there’s too many cultural misappropriations in their music videos.

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  21. I'm impressed with how level headed and calm he was in answering the bashers. But if asawa na niya yan... Might have ended differently. Chito is very intelligent

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    1. Isang malaking LOL

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    2. True.. Pero dahil mga haters at butthurt.. Di pa rin nila gets si chito..

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    3. Lol halata naman na napikon na rin Chito but pretends to be chill. Lahat ba naman nireplayan hehe

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  22. Im born in 1984,certifief batang 90's where i enjoyed playing lastiko, dampa, shatong, taguan, langit lupa, pogs, text, lutuan gamit dahon at lata ng sardinas, bahay bahayan, tundahan at dahom ang perang pambayad. Walang cellphone at internet kaya me and my friends played outside our homes at uuwi sa gabi kung kakain. All homes were crazy about pba, i was a purefoods fan in my 2nd grade. We bathed in the rain, danced and sung to STOP by spice girls. I fought with my cousins for Britney spears coz they were xtina's fans and I had a huge huge huge crush on nick carter and dave moffatts. My m9m had tupperwate collections, and our platrs were duralex at ung white na may maiden sa gitna at gold sa gilid. I could go on and on. Ang saya nung 90's.i love its music and fashion. Grew up to g-mik and patrick garcia was my bias. Hahaha

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    1. Lahat na ata nagawa naming pera-perahan (play money) - papel, tanzan, balat ng candy, balat ng sigarilyo, ano pa ba? At nagkakasundo lahat sa denomination. Hahaha.

      Ngayon kasi ang play money ng mga bata ay yung babibili na sa mga bookstore.

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    2. Awwww! Those were the simpler but happy days, 3:13. ♥

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  23. Bat di na lang sila ni Neri ang mag usap ng paulit ulit. Ang dami lagi nilang sinasabing mag asawa

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  24. Ang hirap kase sa mga kabataan ngayun, walang sense of humor at napaka insensitive!

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  25. I was born in 1995 pero may naaalala ako from 1998-1999 ng very light tuwing nakikita photos and oƱd commercial. So i think im a late 90s and early 2000s kid

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  26. Batang 90s here, born in '82. Pero di ko gets kung bakit nagfefeeling special tong mga kaGeneration ko. Yung tipong gusto nila sila lang nakaranas ng kung anik anik nilang pinaglalaban. Mga feeling special kung makaasta. May social media na ngayon no, everything is magnified. Marami din mareklamong bata noon di nyo lang alam kasi wala naman nagtwutweet at Facebook dati. Ikaw din naman Chito, dami mo ring satsat lagi.

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    1. well, special naman talaga ang mga batang 90's, why? 90's generation ang last generation na lumaki ng walang gadgets, yet sila din ang unang natuto gumamit nun. Isn't that a big deal?

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  27. Ughh all this nonsense boils down to kung sinong mas magaling. Cge mas magaling na ang mga batang 90s!!!

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  28. Anong problema ni Chito kung sensitive mga millenials? Naoffend ba sya??

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  29. Batang 90's ang pinaka memorable at exciting sa lahat dahil simple lang ang buhay wala masyadong gadgets puro larong kalye ang alam ng mga bata at mga adik s cartoons n kelangan pang abangan araw2 ❤️

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  30. Well madali nga maoffend mga bata ngayon. Pero Chito, coming from you? Talaga ba? Ikaw pa talaga nagsabi nyan? Eh kayong ngang mag asawa madalas mapikon pag meron kayong di nagustuhang comments from netizens eh. Halos gumawa na kayo ng nobela sa pagsagot sa mga netizens with matching "peace and good vibes" sa huli para kunwari chill ka lang, pero pwede nang iprint na textbook sa haba ng sagot nyo

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  31. Parang iba ang pag classify ng generations noon compared to how the term millenials is being defined today. Millenial is a fairly new term - it gained popularity nung mga mid to late 00s na kaya marami siguro nag assume na millenial ka kung year 2000 onwards ka pinanganak. Before the word came to be Gen Z talaga ang tawag sa youngest generation noon. I was born in 1989 and tanda ko noon sa articles na nababasa ko nung 90s generation X pa tawag sa young adults at adults nung time na yun. The kids and young teenagers, meanwhile, are dubbed as gen Y or Z depende dun sa trip nung writer. Nabasa ko to btw dun sa Young Blood articles ng Daily Inquirer. šŸ˜‚

    Batang 90’s and millenials are or can be the same. Millenials can also be batang 90s na working young adults na ngayon. Yung mga teenagers ngayon will have a different generation named after them once their age rules the working class + work force.

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  32. ANG OA NA NG KABATAAN NGAYON MASYADO SNOWFLAKE! Kaya mas matibay sikmura ng mga batang nasa 90s - below eh!
    I was born 1985 at my childhood and teenage years nasa year 90s at early 2000, yan ang era ng Parokya at lahata gusto ang mga kanta nila lalo na ang Silvertoes, walang naooffend noon, masaya lang dati unlike ngayon!

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    1. Ako din 1985 pinanganak at madami sa mga grade school teachers ko, na mga retired na ang karamihan, ang nagssabi na iba ang mga bata ngayon kesa noon. Masyado daw sheltered at pampered ang mga bata ngayon at bawal paluin/kurutin or kahit tapik dahil paniguradong kakasuhan ka ng mga magulang.

      . Nakaranas kami nung high school (late 90's) na makurot sa singit, pahiyain ng teacher kapag nale-late, at magpulot ng mga notebook sa ground floor dahil pinalipad ng teacher mula sa 3rd floor dahil may kulang s assignment na ginawa namin. Kapag yan naranasan ng mga kbataan ngayon e panigurado na viral sa internet yung teacher. Masyadon mga sensitive, hindi nila alam na kaya ginagawa ng mga teacher at nakakatanda yun e para matuto at matandaan nila na wag ng gawin ang mga pagkakamali nila.

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  33. I have a high school crush, tinanong ko sya kung anong kanya nya Para sakin, sabi nya silvertoes. Deadma lang. Hahaha. But that was 2004.

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  34. Hindi ko magets yun problema nila sa kantang Silvertoes. Maganda yun kanta. Ewan ko bat sila nahuhurt.
    Andami damin kanta ngayon na walang kakwenta kwenta. Yun iba pa nga maypagka r18 pa lyrics pero di sila bothered dun tas yung silvertoes na written like 20years ago pinoproblema nila.

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  35. It's good na inamin ni Chito na kagaguhan yung mga lyrics ng ilang kanta niya. Pero yung ibaling niya sa pagiging sensitive ng "millenials" ang kamalian ng mga kanta niya, yun ang hindi tama. Kung hindi dahil sa mga sensitivity ng mga tao ngayon, may mga kanta pa ring ganyan ngayon na tatangkilikin at gagamitin para mangamaliit ng mga tao.

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  36. Chito, the thing is, yang mga tawag sa generation generation na yan, hindi yan subjective sa kung anong tingin mo aangkop sa term na yun. Push mo pa, ipilit mo pa kung anong ibig sabihin mo, bottomline, mali ka. Nagkaron na kasi ng negative connotation ang millenials kaya malamang magrereact yung tunay na belong sa age group na yun. Accept the fact na mali ang definition mo, tapos.

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  37. Dami nyong alam! Lahat naman ng generation annoyed sa generation after them. Sa school nga diba, ang mga juniors look up to seniors but hate sophomores. Lahat tayo gusto maging best. The truth is, every generation has its best and worst traits, so deal with it at wag ng magcompare! Mind your own life instead of arguing who’s better mga isip bata.

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  38. tama naman ang mga pinagsasabi ni Chito.

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  39. Batang 90s daw, mga TEENAGERS AT COLLEGE KIDS? Please lang. Kailan naging bata ang teenagers at nasa college?

    Im glad na 90s kid ako. But let's not use it to put other generations down.

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    1. Truth. Chito is obviously a batang 80s and thats fine. I dont know why he needs to insist na batang 90s sya eh ang tanda nya na nung 90s.

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    2. Well, batang 90's ka if you spent most of these stages of your life, middle childhood to adolescence(6-20 yrs) mo sa decade na yun. Not sure of Chito's age but he may have spent these stages of his life in both the 80's and 90's so he can identify with both. In fact, mas memorable pa nga ang adolescence mo(12-20 yrs), compared sa middle at late childhood, kaya mas nakakaidentify siya sa 90's more than the 80's.

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  40. E bakit parang mas gigil at sensitive si chito tungkol sa ganyan? Who cares about those generation titles?

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    1. Sya kasi itong pinaka pikon pero kung makaturo parang hindi sya nanggigil sa keyboard pag nagrereply. Halos maubos nya na lahat ng salita sa dictionary pag sumagot, tapos cool daw sya hehehe

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  41. Really chito? Nagsayang ka ng oras para sa ganitong argument?

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  42. Batang 90s din ako, born in '82. Pero di ko gets kung bakit feeling special tong mga lumaki ng 90's. Mga feeling sila lang nakaranas ng kung anik anik exclusively. Every generation is different, wag feeling superior

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    1. I agree and like you batang 90s din ako

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  43. Ganito lang yan. Kahit anong generation meron talagang na-offend sa pinakamaliit na bagay. Wala tayong magagawa sa kanila kasi yun sila. Pero ito lang, ang mga tao na pati mga kanta hinahanapan ng pwede nila ika-offend ay ang mga tao na HINDI BUSY sa buhay nila.

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    1. Eh di lalo palang HINDI BUSY si Chito, lahat na lang nireplayan haha

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  44. I was born 1982 and I find this particular song offensive, not just for me but for every woman in general. Matagal na namin pinagtatalunan ng hubby ko to. Ayaw ko ng pinapatugtog nya yan as well as dont touch my birdie and cooking ng ina mo

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    1. Karamihan naman ng songs nila walang laman, maganda lang ang tunog. Picha pie, mr. Suave, mang jose too name a few

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    2. 2:33 pero ano ba message ng song? Kasi akala ko talaga para yan sa babaeng feelingera, ggss. So inokray nila to sort of put her in her place. Parang term ngayon na "umarte ayon sa ganda" Ganern. Wag niyo ako awayin please. Just asking.

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  45. Kahit ano pang generation ka, death is inevitable, kaya habang may buhay ienjoy na lang yon life. Naalala ko tuloy yon kanta na "paglisan"...tanging pabaon ko ay pagibig, at sa future gens, sana maalala pa din nila tayo, kasi may time na we ruled the world.

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  46. Born 1980 here. I was an 18 yr old college kid when Silvertoes was released. Pag gimik sa bahay or boarding house ng barkada, me and my friends just giggled, sang along over beer and simpleng pulutan, blasting PNE, eheads, pati introvoys songs. Not to sound like I'm patronizing a bad habit, but as kids back then, you sing along not because you're bullying or offending a certain person but bec you feel PNE's inis and gigil dun sa person ng Silvertoes at super aliw lang. Nakakatawa lang pag sabay sabay nagkakantahan mga lasing na, ganun. Anyway, lahat naman tayo dumaan sa age na may mga kalokohan, kinaiinisan, nababad trip kasi wala lang (hormones?) - siguro point din ni Chito is, nung time namin, relatable man o hindi yung kanta, trip trip lang, enjoy lang sa soundtrip - ganun kami nun. We don't read too much into stuff like those back then. Tapos isipin namin uy masama ka kasi you used these words, you're offensive etc. Their material isn't something you call out or scrutinize or put too much meaning then. Soundtrip lang talaga. Kutis champorado wasn't offensive back then. Nung time namin, tawanan pa kami na "uy ikaw yun ah!" Walang na ooffend. Fun times. Nakakamiss.

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  47. Magsitigil kayo! 80’s was the best. The soundtrack, movies, tv series, economy, it was all fun back then and the music in the 80s oh my god... simply the best

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    1. I beg to disagree! 90's is the best decade to grow up in, sige, mas maganda na music during 80's but movies, fashion, tv and economy were better nung 90's. Sige nga, suot ka ng 80's fashion. lol. Besides, kaming 90's kids naexperience pa rin maglaro outdoors, yet, kami rin ang unang nagreap ng mga technological advancements nung 2000's, kasi we're old enough to work na kaya may pera na para bumili ng mga gadgets na yan. Unlike mga 80's kids na pamilyado na nung 2000's, kaya iba na priorities nila.

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  48. Mas gusto ko ng maging sensitive kesa naman petty na katulad ni Chito. Lahat na lang may kuda!

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    1. Di ba kumukuda din ang mga sensitive? Naguluhan ako

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  49. iba na talaga mga kabataan ngayon. lahat ng swerte nasa kanila na ultimo nga 3yrs old may hawak ng tablet na. just saying hahaha

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  50. Dios ko, ang arte talaga ng mga kabataan ngayon. Much ado about nothing.

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  51. Daming pinaglalaban ng mga kabataan ngayon. Sa personal experience ko, mas masaya nung 90s talaga. Yung ang memories mo e tangible, totoo, hindi puro social media na paeklat.

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    1. Hindi ka lang makarelate. Generation gap tawag dyan. Panahon ang nagbabago, dont blame it to the kids

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  52. i was born on 1986 pero mas gusto ko ang 1950's era

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