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Friday, April 22, 2022

Tweet Scoop: Kim Chiu Lambasts Basher Who Misunderstood Birthday Greetings from VP Leni Robredo


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  1. bkt sino bng tinitingala mo Kim?

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    1. Kim could have said a short reply sa misunderstanding ng netizen.

      Bawal Lumabas nga, hirap rin siya explain. Kung maka-asta sa netizen, akala mo may sense rin siya. Tsk!

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    2. Si leni nga my gosh RIP reading comprehension

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    3. Hina ng comprehension teh?! Need mo pa tlga itanong yan ditey?!

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    4. Kim should just said that it's okay lang. Obviously, she is also not articulate.

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    5. 12:22, 12:25 I guess na get naman ni 11:23 mas dinidiin nya lang question.

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    6. Baba talaga ng critical thinking at reading comprehension ng pinoy!

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    7. Chipangga ng reply mo Kim. Napaghahalata ka.

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    8. Dami matatalino pero tandaan ang nanalo mga humble mga di palaaway? Teka tapos naba kayo magbahaybahay? Double effort na daw kayo sabi ng inay nyo

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    9. Pati ba naman sa ganyan nakikipag away pa. She could’ve just ignored the comment.

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    10. 12:06 humble? Di palaaway? Mas maigi ata na tapat at di corrupt kung gusto maglingkod sa kapwa at tunay ang malasakit sa bayan. So naniniwala ka na may ibabalik yun?πŸ™„πŸ’°

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    11. 12:14 ikaw nga ang dami mong sinasabi dito eh. Ng Wala ngang kinalaman Sayo πŸ€ͺ what more Kung ikaw si Kim at public pa ginawa hahahahaha I’m sure nobela. Tumigil ka nga

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    12. Kung mali si VP tingin niyo ba walang specific article by now dito sa FP about sa ginamit na phrase na yun? Isip isip din.

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    13. Ang kakapal ng mga Maritess na tumitira ke Kim at mas lalong makapal yung tumitira ke VP Leni, akala mo kung nga kung sino pagkakatalino at pagka titino. Manahimik nga kayo nakakabwiset na kayo

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  2. Kung tingin ng iba na shunga c Kim mas shunga yata ang mga bashers nya. πŸ˜‚

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    1. True. Mas gugustuhin ko nga shunga na mabuti kalooban katulad ni kim kaya tinitingala may mabuti ding kalooban.

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  3. Automatic ba na patay na pag yun ang ginamit na salita? Honest question here!

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    1. Nope. Google is the key, mars! πŸ’—πŸ˜˜

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    2. Nope. Sbunga lng tlga si basher!

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    3. Of course not. Hindi lang naman patay ang ibig sabihin nun, it could also mean you are in a better disposition mentally, emotionally or financially. Very obvious na hindi well read, well educated at kinulang sa vocabulary ang nagpaviral nyan.

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    4. You are in a better place is like saying his/her soul is now in heaven. As we presume that heaven is a better place than here on earth.

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    5. She should have said you are in a better or happy situation now.

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    6. 11:25 yes. Yun ang conventional interpretation ng phrase na "you're in a good place now." Ibig sabihin, RIP Kimmy

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    7. 140 no. Iba ang in a good place sa IN A BETTER PLACE. google is the key.

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    8. 11:25 “You’re in a good place” vs “You’re in a better place”.

      Paki-Google mo yan nang maliwanagan ka. Maka-yes ka akala mo sure na sure ka sa mga sinasabi mo. Kampon ka ng fake news eh.

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    9. Tawang tawa lang kami ng mga officemates ko non nakita namin. Mapapakamot ka na lang talaga ng ulo.

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    10. wow may conventional interpretation ka pa mali mali ka naman... libre lang google... magkaiba ang in a good place at in a better place... ang lungkot naman ng buhay mo kung masasabi mo lang na in a good place ka kung patay ka na

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    11. If u use GONE IN A BETTER PLACE pang eulogy talaga yun

      Pero ginamit ni leni UR IN A GOOD PLACE meaning CONTENTED

      MY GOSH MGA PEOPLE

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    12. @1:40 no, it is not. You're in a better place ang ginagamit if you are talking about someone dead. Magtuturo ka na lang mali pa.

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    13. 11:25. You are in a better place: RIP / You are in a good place - the person is in a good state of mind. Marami yata absent dito sa English class nung idiomatic expressions ang topic.

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    14. 1:14 girl, very wrong ka. Nakakagulat na meron pala talagang mga taong di marunong magenglish sa Pilipinas. Very literal na good place kailangan heaven.

      "I'm in a good place" is commonly used to indicate a good emotional well-being.

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    15. 1:40 girl baka hindi lang talaga mahilig sa English ang circle mo kaya naririnig mo lang yan sa patay. Being in a good place connotes being well emotionally. Usually ginagamit yan kapag galing ka sa isang emotionally stressful na sitwasyon, like yun mga may mental health problems before, or kakagaling sa divorce, or dating nabully.

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    16. Jusko daming officers ng department of explanation dito

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  4. It’s ok, Kim! You’re in a better place now.

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    1. Wow sama mo! May karma po

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    2. Wala pong karma.

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    3. @ 1:14 ang sama daw ni 11:30 eh yun bumating original ok lang?

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    4. 9:44 You’re in a good place can be used for the living. You’re in a BETTER place ang usually pang eulogy. And you’re in a good place ang sabi ni Leni.

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    5. "Good place" ang sinabi at magkaiba po yan. Dyuskopo naman.

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    6. Pag ibang tao ang nagsabi sayo nyan parang iba talaga ang dating.

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  5. Haba naman ng sinabi? Triggered na triggered si ateng. Dapat di na sya nagpapatol sa ganyan.

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    1. Yung mga basher na b*b* pwede matrigger yung may birthday di pwede matrigger?

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    2. kailangan patulan. kung babasahin mo yung sinabi ng basher hindi naman tama. kahit magkaka iba tayo ng political views kapag alam nating mali yung mga kasamahan natin ikorek natin wag natin itolerate.

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  6. Ugaling squammy masyado tong si Kim.

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    1. What is ugaling squammy?! Very derogatory!!!

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    2. Tagalog translation of "squammy" is "gawaing skwater" per Mr. Google. People who live in the slums are usually mga totoong tao...something that Kimmy is too on top of her being kind, decent, loving and generous.

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    3. 1133 squammy agad?? Teka sikat at mas may Pera naman Yan kesa sayo

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    4. Mas squammy yung basher at ikaw din 12:29 squammy ka din

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    5. 11:33 squammy ka more.. Mag aral kayo kasi at hindi niyo naiintindihan palibhasa english

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  7. Hindi ko maintindihn bakit ang sabaw na ng utak ng mga pinoy? Pati “you’re in good place” ginagawan ng meaning na masama?

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    1. Sabaw din kasi ang mga role models sa Pinas tulad ni Kim

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    2. 12:28 nagsisimula sa bahay ang role model hindi sa artista.

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    3. 12:28 ha!! Sino ang mas sabaw
      Si Kim o si Toni?

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    4. 12:28
      Uy, nega ka kasi lahat ng kilalang artist at banda, kay LENI ang suporta, dahil yun ang tama. Ikaw? Fact check please, magbasa ka.

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    5. 1:31 but the thing is ang mga kabataan nowadays ginagawang role models ang mga artista which is sad.

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    6. 8:34 ang mga sinasabi mong celebrities at banda lang naman ang dinadayo sa rallies ng pinklawans. Dadayuhin ba ang kandidatong binabasa lang sa teleprompter ang sinasabi?

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    7. 3:42 haha true. Kahit supporters ng ibang presidential candidates pumupunta sa rally ni mamsh para manood lang.

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    8. 3:42 PM and 12:02 AM, you guys probably have never been to a Leni Robredo Rally. Aaminin ko, maka Leni ako, but I bothered to go to at least one rally ni BBM for comparison. And masasabi ko lang based sa observation ko na iba ang atmosphere talaga sa Rally ni Leni, may bayanihan, may suportahan, while kay BBM tahimik lang. Pinakinggan ko din speech nila pareho and nagustuhan ko din si BBM kasi charming din siyang tao. But in the end, si Leni pa rin ang iboboto ko dahil may isa ko naramdaman na di ko naramdaman kay BBM, at yun yung spirit ng volunteerism. So sa mga sinasabi nyo na celebrities lang habol namin, di naman siguro kami magtitiis ng buong araw na nakabilad sa init kung artista lang habol namin.

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  8. LOL… ewan ko sa inyo.

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  9. Chipipay hahahaha,.

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    1. Sino? Ikaw?

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    2. Mas cheap yung basher at lahat ng kumampi sa basher

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  10. Onga nmn daming nakikialam di nmn sila binati. Haha.

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  11. Ok kim happy birthday, i know naman na in your good place ka na, enjoy

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    1. She's really in a good place, I'm sure better than yours

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  12. let’s normalize the phrase nlng kasi. always tell your loved ones, i know you’re in a good place now.

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  13. Disclaimer: I'm not a voter this election. Just a mere observer.

    Nung napanood ko din.. First time ko makarinig ng ganun line for a birthday greeting. PANG EULOGY.

    Sorry Kim alam namin para sayo yung video. Hindi ko din naman ginusto mapanood sa feed ko. Peace!

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    1. You’re in a good place means your life is “perfect” at the moment. You’re in a better place po yun ginagamit sa mga eulogy.

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    2. Exagg people use im in a good place all the time? Eulogy agad?? Hahaha

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    3. Sana since pinanood mo na lng din ung video tpos nagcomment ka pa dito sa FP, nag google ka na din kung ano meaning. Eh di may natutun ka pa sana!

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    4. "Your in a good place" is not the same as "Your in a better place"

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    5. kung hindi ka pa voter so bata ka pa? kung bata ka pa mag aral ka mabuti. wag mo balewalain ang subject na english para in the future hindi ka na mali umintindi.

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  14. Kulang sa comprehension mga ibang tao.. yung “you are now in a better place” is hindi lang tungkol sa mga pumanaw. Hay naku!

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    1. “Better place” talagang sa death yan. “Good place” yuung hindi. Isa ka pa.

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    2. I know you’re in a good place now ang exact na sinabi. Baka ikaw ang mahina ang comprehension.

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    3. My bad! Sorry

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  15. In a good place =/= in a better place.

    We’re f*ck*d. Hayyyyy

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  16. Ganda ni Kim. Alta yung aura nya wag lang talaga magsasalita.

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    1. ganun din si marian lol

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    2. Mas may sense naman kausap si Marian kaysa kay Kimmy. Jusko hanggang high school lang yan kaya pati sa written olats.

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    3. Wala namn mali sa sinasbi ni kim. Slow lang talaga kayo.

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  17. To the basher: iba po yung “you’re in a good place” sa “you’re in a better place.” Lol.

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    1. First time kong nakarinig ng birthdat greetings na " you're in a good place now." Cringe

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    2. true!

      leni used 'in a good place'

      pang eulogy 'gone in a better place'

      sayang pag analyze ng iba.

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  18. Sa mga nagsasabi na bakit pumatol sya, hindi lang kasi isa yan. Madami sila. At ang mga trolls nagpiyesta na naman sa pagsasabi na lutang si VP Leni for saying na Kim is in a good place now. Kala ata nila ang meaning nun e namatay na. Kulang sa comprehension ang mga bashers. Tawang tawa sila e sila naman ang nakakatawa. πŸ™„

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    1. Kumikita kasi yan poso per post kaya cut and paste lang ang style.

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  19. Just goes to show na napaka low ng reading comprehension ng mga Pinoy.

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    1. As proven by PISA - lowest in reading comprehension, second lowest in Math and Science.
      On the bright side, at least wala nang ibababa pa dahil lowest na tayo at kayang-kaya i-maintain ng Pinoy yang status na yanπŸ˜‰

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    2. 1:17 best example dyan si Kim.

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    3. 3:47
      Well, another example is YOU.

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  20. Excuse to all who misunderstood - VP Leni said “you are in a Good place now Kim” does not mean RIP. She did not say you are in A better place. Please check the meaning of good place - it does not mean RIP. 🀦🏻‍♀️

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  21. Daming alam ng mga pinoy noh? Pati yung mga ganyang topics, patola talaga mga bashers. Pero pag track record at honesty ng mga kandidato, kebs lang sila. Talagang umabot tayo sa "good" vs "better" hahaha good luck pinas!

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  22. Mga mars, as a language teacher, ang idomatic expression na “You are in a good place” is someone is in a happy desposition. Pwede ding Kim's mental state is at peace.

    Ang sinasabi niyo para sa namayapa ay yung expression na “You are in a better place.” Ibig sabihin patay na yun tao.

    Just sharing po para huwag po agad magjudge

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    1. 7:12 pero hindi common na ginagamit ang phrase na yan sa greetings.

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    2. hindi common sa mga taong tulad mo na walang alam sa idioms

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  23. Seryoso? Yun lang di pa maintindihan? Wag kasi puro tiktok ang alam. Pati yung iba dito nag explain pa ng difference between good and better place. Okay lang naman gamitin ang better. Okay din ang good. Okay din kung best. Wala naman mali. Dito ko lang nabasa na pang eulogy yung phrase. Kaloka.

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  24. We obviously need to evaluate the quality of education in our country

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  25. "A good place"

    The Free Dictionary refers to the phrase "come from a good place" to mean "to be motivated by decency, kindness, or good intentions."

    "In a good place" is also a common phrase used to refer to "a person's state of mind, serenity, confidence, optimism."

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  26. Kim, mabuti naman naintindihan mo si mamshie. Naintindihan ka rin nya Kim. Mabuti nagkakaintindihan kayo.

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  27. OMG, anong nangyayari sa mga Pinoys? you are in a good place, better place, best place are just stages of your life! mag work kayo dito sa Singapore. I am in a good place right now, I am in a better place at work than last year... laging naririnig from expats dito. problemahin nyo yung pag iisip nyo bakit kayo boboto ng magnanakaw, sinungaling, corrupt and wala man lang college degree. that is the lowest form of mediocrity at its best.we Filipinos deserve so much better!

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    1. True kaya dapat NO to Leni kasi we deserve so much better.

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    2. My gas 4:05 PM tinagalog na nga ni 9:09 AM para maintindihan mo. Oh well, what can we expect from people who are still voting for someone na wala naman talaga achievements, walang remorse, walang plataporma, etc., etc...

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  28. Ginagamit sa namatay na...

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  29. Grabe sa taas ng standards ng mga bashers na to. Kung makapuna sa English ni VP, akala mo mali e. Tapos yung iniidolo at iboboto nila ay yung hindi naman grumaduate at uutal-utal magsalita. Wag nga kayo!

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    1. 117pm, this! And to think na mas mataas dapat ang standard sa namumuno ng bansa.

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    2. Kesa naman sa graduate pero sabaw.

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    3. makadamay lang eh! wala nman kinalaman yung isa nadadamay pa rin!

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    4. "Don't confuse education with intelligence. You can have a bachelor's degree and still be an idiot." - Elon Musk

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    5. 8:36 PM, wag ka na pa-profound, baka yung idol mo, di na nga nakagraduate, hindi pa eloquent. Si VP Leni walang mali sa sinabi pero hinahanapan nyo ng mali, besides, she can represent us internationally dahil di naman pagalingan sa English ang titingnan dun, while yung idol mo, baka gusto mo muna alamin kung ano tingin ng ibang bansa sa kanya, baka sakaling magbago pa isip mo.

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  30. Wala naman talagang mali. If you want to go technical about. Kaya lang sa context talaga awkward. Poor choice of words. Only goes to show that the lady is really not that eloquent as she and her followers believe to be. Kaya siya napagtatawanan because of this.

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    1. 2:30 mas magaling pa rin siya compared to your choice. Imagine takot umattend ng debate? Panoorin mo previous interview niya with Jessica Soho, then balik ka dito, sinong mas mahina at hindi eloquent?

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    2. 230pm, the problem is the lack of comprehension of people and nitpicking what VP says to throw shade at her. Google is free, if you don’t understand idiomatic expressions.

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    3. true. Sa dami ng blunders nakakapag-alala anong mangyayari sa Pinas sakaling manalo. Pano haharap sa ibang world leaders at pano na ang mga ambush interviews ng foreign press?

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    4. Hala uy! Hindi kasalanan ni VP kung hindi niyo alam ang difference nung 2 phrases ano. May google dyan. I'm sure mga world leaders alam ang difference niyan. Hindi katulad niyo.

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    5. Kaya ba mas preferred nyo un isa na sa mga debates and interviews pa lang eh umiiwas na because he cannot fully explain himself or express his thoughts? Then you are worried how VP will face other world leaders just for this simple message na unfortunately eh hindi nyo naintindihan? If you are truly worried abt that, the more that you should not vote for the other. Kasi mas magiging katawa-tawa tayo.

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  31. sa mga ngjjustify, can you say the same message to your parents, siblings, kids, spouses? technically it’s correct pero it sounds off tlaga kung papakinggan mo.

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    1. Hindi sya off kung madalas nagagamit sya sa conversations na naririnig mo o sinasalihan mo.

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    2. I always use that expression. Especially if I talk to my friends and happy ako after a break up haha

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    3. Of course pwedeng sabihin! Kasi tama naman ang gamit. Dami pang sinasabi eh at the end of the day tama naman.

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  32. 8:27 sounds off sa mga pinoy na limited ang vocabulary pero feeling genius na nakikitawa .

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  33. alam ko nasa mabuti ka ng kalagayan in tagalog or pwedeng alam kong OK ka kung nasaan ka. parang ganon. Which is normal na sinasabi na yan sa mga greetings. English lang kasi kaya nagfeeling matalino nanaman ang iba.

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  34. Pero huwag nyo gagamitin ang the good place sa foreigners like Americans kasi iba meaning sa kanila nyan. Check nyo na lang series na ‘The Good Place’.

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  35. ito nanaman simpleng bagay lang na greet. imbis na mag abala kayo kung sinong dapat iboto si kim chiu ang inaatupag nyo.

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  36. Noted Kim!
    Belated happy birthday Kim! We all know you're in a good place now.

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  37. Sus, lahat naman sila may mga mali. Wrong choices of words lang siguro si Robledo, evendue wala naman mali sa mga sinabi nya. Its just that, people in general are getting used of those words already if someone passed away. Kaya ganyan ang pagka intindi ni commenter (di rin sya considered basher dahil innocent question siguro yun para sa kanya).

    As for Kimmy, sana short words na lang ang reply mo. Madali naman sagutin si commenter ng maayos without resorting to lengthy post. Napaghahalata ang immaturity mo sa totoo lang😭

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    1. "I know you're in a BETTER place now" kasi kapag sa namatay.

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