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Sunday, April 23, 2023

FB Scoop: Kylie Padilla Misses Sons, Says She's 'Been Dad for Quite Sometime'


Images courtesy of Facebook: Kylie Padilla

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  1. Sumakit ulo ko mali mali grammar

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    1. Arte mo eh gets naman ang thought

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    2. Hindi naman siya nagpost para magpa correct ng grammar.

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    3. Huy di si shine d yung nagsulat so namali ka ng mema

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    4. Grabe sya isang typo lang naman tapos the rest seems ok

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    5. 11:31 Hala siya. Do you even read? You should read more so you understand nuances. She made no grammatical errors except forgetting to put an “s” after “so many way.” She used “to mom again” and “have been dad” as VERBS as in action words.

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    6. There’s nothing wrong with her grammar, it’s just a lack of punctuations, which you couldn’t even identify.

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    7. 1:00 yes correct.

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    8. Bat mga ibang pinoy na asa pinas ang hilig magsabi ng wrong grammar ecklavoo. Teh, sa mga english speaking countries wala sila eme kung mali mali grammar basta naiintindihan nila carry na. Di naman english ang main language natin mga pinoy, kung makasabe kala mo naman. Mashado talaga feeling mga iba. Che!

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    9. Grammar is important when writing in formal situation such as ; but not limited to letter(s), articles, newsource, anything has to do with journalism. Kylie wrote an informal caption. We all understand what she was trying to addressed here. For as long as her message was delivered to her audience and serves it purpose, then by all means, tigilan na yan grammatical error na yan for the sake of may ikapintas lang. It is a sarcastic way of saying b*b* yun tao. Kelan pa naging basehan yun?

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    10. Huh? Which part? It was nearly flawless!

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    11. Super mega perfect mo gurl! Dapat sayo ipadala sa Mars

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    12. Di ka lang makaintindi gurl haha okay Naman ah

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    13. 1:00 agree un lang din napansin ko, di ata sanay si 11:31 sa “to mom again” πŸ˜€ which is acceptable naman. spread your wings 11:31

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    14. Just like us Filipinos, we don’t even notice if mali mali na yung pag Tagalog ng iba. It’s only prevalent to those whose first language is not English. And usually those who’re not fluent in spoken English yung gigil sa grammatical errors. Because if it’s your first language, you won’t notice the grammatical errors

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    15. Her grammar is fine. What are you talking about? LOL.

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    16. Walang mali sa grammar nya. Minsan nasa ngbabasa na yan πŸ˜‚

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    17. Hindi ko makita ang wring grammar

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    18. Bakit grammarly ka ba

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    19. I have a Ph.D in Applied Linguistics and see nothing wrong with her grammar. Just one typo.

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    20. 11:31 is probably one of those good in written English but stutters once a/he has to speak English LOL.

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    21. Paano magkakamali yan c Kylie sa English eh sa Australia nman yan nag aral at lumaki. πŸ˜‚

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    22. Hindi sanay si OP sa "to mom again" or sa modern English.

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    23. Typo oo pero walang maling grammar. Nangyyari sa lahat yan minsan di nalalagyan ng S. Yabang m naman baka kausapin ka ng english ni kylie ng tuloy2 matameme ka

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    24. Mali mali daw ang grammar peri di naman mapoint out saan siya mali.πŸ˜‚

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    25. 12:17 isa ka ka pa. saan mo naman nakuha ang reasoning na yan?

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    26. 10:46 usually those who are insecure on or not good at something projects that insecurity on someone else. And yes as per my experience, those who are not that fluent in spoken English are the grammar nazis. If English is your native tongue, you won’t easily notice a grammatical error unless spoken by let’s say a head of state. Isipin mo, conversational Filipino is not perfect grammatically yet no one will call out another Filipino native speaker since we all understand what the other person is trying to convey. Only those who are “studying” Filipino and not yet that fluent will notice those nuances

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    27. Paano mali mali ang grammar, sa Australia siya lumaki at may accent pa nga siya dati

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  2. Feeling ofw yern? Some single mothers can’t even see their kids for years.

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    1. And that makes her feelings invalid?

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    2. So dahil may ofws na di makita kids nila di na valid yung hirap ni Kylie as a single mom? Iba ka din e no

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    3. So what's your point?

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    4. Never invalidate someone else’s pain or what they are going through. Toxic behaviour

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    5. Kapal mo, ako nga married with husband hirap na hirap si Kylie pa? artista pa sya. If only the dad of eht kids provided for them well, she wouldnt even need to work so hard. BUT since di naaman kumikita yun sino eh di kylie.

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  3. Pasensya na po -OFW

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    1. Porket ofw, kaw lang may karapatan mag rant? πŸ₯΄

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    2. Okay sige kayong mahihirap lang ang may valid feelings at pwede malungkot.

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    3. "Mas" kawawa ka na nyarn, ofw?

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    4. So kung hindi ofw, walang karapatang lumungkot?

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    5. That’s not fair, @11:44. I’m a working mom and I miss my kids when I go to work everyday. I always feel exhausted most of the time and I try to be there for them as much as I can but there’s only so much we can do in a day. I also know how it feels to be an ofw away from your kids because I’ve done that as well..and I have never compared what I’ve felt to those who are not like me. OFW or not, that feeling of inadequacy will always be there if you’re a mom who wants to be present for your kids. Just because she’s not an ofw doesn’t make her feelings invalid.

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    6. Lol choice niyo iwan mga anak niyo

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    7. Oh edi kayo lang ang bida.

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    8. 2:41 it is not a choice but we have to kasi kailangan!

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    9. 2:41 it is our choice because as a parent it is our responsibility to provide for them. And by doing that, we have to work. There is no such workplace that we can bring a long our children for 8hours in a confine space filled with adults who needs to attend meetings in between, present reports and pitch for a campaign. We want to send our kids to good school so they can have a better future and be NOT LIKE YOU 2:41.

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    10. 2:41 excuse me? Choice ng mga moms iwan ang anak nila for work?! Are u kidding me?! Anong gusto mo? Tumirik mata nila magnanay para sa love love pero walang makain? Hindi ka siguro ina to understand the sacrifices we make for our children and our effort to earn more. With volatile economy and so high inflation, di na kaya mag isang provider.

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    11. Choice nyo maging OFW, that doesn't mean kayo lang may right ma miss ang mga anak. Duh

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    12. Ganyan mga ofw mga pa victim. Hindi ko nilalahat sila pero marami naman diyan yung choice talaga nila umalis kahit na maganda yung work nila dito at malaki yung sahod. Some of them just want to work or live abroad. Tapos puros drama about being away from their family. Wehhh, it's their choice. Akala nila sila lang yung bayani sa bansa na ito. There are so many people in this country na they have to work—missed important events and cannot travel with their family because they have to work, lalo na yung mga nasa call centers.

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    13. Naglabas lang ng hinaing si K.P.dami ng nagtalo. Susme! Anong nangyayari sa earth?

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    14. No matter what our work is or no matter how many miles we are away from kids, it’s all the same. We all feel guilt not being able to be there for our kids to work. Hindi porke OFW ka at nandto kami maghapon o magdamag sa work, you can invalidate our feelings. OFW ka nga pero hindi mo ginagawa tungkulin mo as parent. That’s worse!

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    15. Soooooo, invalidating one's feelings makes you superior? Stop feeling like the world is against you. Lahat tayo may kanya-kanyang challenges.

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    16. Fault niya bang ofw ka?

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    17. Contest ba to kung sino lang me karapatan mamiss ang anak nila? As I working mom nakakalungkot kasi may mga times talaga na hindi ka makapunta sa school activities pag may urgent sa office. So there, di lang mga OFW ang may karapatang makamiss sa mga anak. Lahat tayo lumalaban para sa pamilya.

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    18. 3:05 3:10 4:02.

      Yes, I’m not a mother because I chose not to have children dahil I don’t want to make choices between work and children. I cannot afford to live without work at the same time I don’t want to bring kids in this earth kung iiwan ko lang para mag work ng 8hrs a day. Bat ka pa nag anak kung papaalaga mo lang sa iba? What’s your purpose of having children if you know you won’t be a mother to them for nearly 24 hrs? So no thanks.

      And yes, madaming paraan para mabuhay mga anak niyo without going abroad. Materialistic lang kayo and you’re just living in a world that “status level” is important. So I’m not buying all your excuses.


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    19. 4:02 naalala ko sa iyo yung linya ni Vilma Santos sa movie na "Anak."

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    20. OFW or not, wag naten iinvalidate yun feelings ng kapwa naten. Iba iba ang level ng coping ng tao. I hope we learn to be more compassionate towards other people.

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  4. Fight me pero babae talaga ang laging talo lalo na sa aspect ng marriage/family

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    1. Because we're not taught to raise our standards and choose good men. It's a cycle in most families

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    2. True. Bulk of housework and childcare are done by women, tapos they also work then take care of their aging parents.

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    3. Plus we are judge pa sa workplace as being a mom means mas mahihirapan mag commit sa work kasi may anak. Sorry, medyo hugot lang. I have been feeling under the blue because of recent setbacks in job seeking kasi "may anak daw ako". Yet they promote kuno diversity in workplace.

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    4. this is so true, women can do all the work tapos pagdating sa bahay parang common pa din na dapat babae ang naglilinis at nag aalaga ng anak pag hindi nagampanan sa babae pa din ang sisi,pag iniwan ng lalake kasalanan pa din ng babae kasi baka daw may attitude. lol

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    5. Matic lahat nasa plato ng babae.

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    6. Kasi we live in a patriarchal society and mothers also raise their sons with the idea that housework and taking care of the kids should be relegated to females. Consider yourself lucky if your husband does his share of housework and is hands-on with the kids.

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    7. Tama ka 101. We are not taught to raise the standards. Pero pag iisipin mo rin sa ugali ng Pinoy na lalaki Bka Wala ng magasawang babae pag tinuro na natin ang standards at dapat more pa ang tignan nila sa lalaki!! Ahahahahah

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    8. Only if you choose the wrong partner. Marriage/raising a family is difficult, but it shouldn't feel like a burden kung maayos na tao ang partner

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    9. Dagdag nyo pa kung may mother-in-law kayo na nagger….in my case, I have to work far pero umuuwi naman ako after 2-3 days… maganda kasi opportunity… pakisuyo lang na alaga nang ilang oras bago dumating asawa from work…feeling guilty na nga ako, tapos ipamumukha pa na parang wala kang kwentang ina, kesyo Hindi daw nya responsibilidad mag alaga ng apo…. I get that pero yung husgahan ka, sigawan pa sa harap ng anak mo…pati trabaho ko pakikialaman… parang hirap talaga maging ina… damn if you do, damn if you don’t

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    10. Sa true, pagnag hiwalay sa babae ang sisi tapos May mga lalaki pa na mababa ang tingin kasi single mom(

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    11. Agree with 1:01! And grabe naman sa “talo” word pagdating sa family. I’m a full-time mom pero ung asawa ko kahit na abala sa trabaho he sees to it na matulungan nya ako sa bahay at pati sa mga bata. Depende lang talaga yan sa mga mapapangasawa nyo. Choose well ladies.

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    12. 5:27 foreigner asawa ko pero tamad sa bahay, tamad magalaga ng anak. Hindi exclusive sa Pilipino ang tamad na lalaking partner the same way na may mga Pinoy guys who are really stepping up the game. Point is: kilalanin niyo mabuti ang partner niyo bago magstart mag pamilya. Otherwise, maeexhaust lang ang babae sa trabaho, bata at gawaing bahay.

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  5. Been dad for quite sometime now, meaning being the provider?

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    1. I think she meant lang na dad yung usually nagwowork tapos nanay yung nag aalaga but she is working a lot now and been away from the kids mostly. Wala naman sinabi na deadbeat si aljur altho i won’t be surprised kung ganun lol. But lets take whatever is said, di yung lagi tayo may dagdag interpretation

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    2. Quite mostly as a provider. Not sole provider. Syempre malamang aljur is providing naman sa mga anak nya as Kylie never said anything bad about Aljur being a father to their sons. More on sinasabi lang niya na kailangan nya mag ipon more than enough to prepare for their future. So she can be more hands on to them. Kayod marino kumbaga para makaipon. To provide more than enough for their future whatever happens.

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    3. Exactly...
      Hindi niya magawang maging nanay sa mga anak para bantayan at alagaan sila dahil kailangan niyang kumayod bilang tatay naman.

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    4. Korek, bat kc mas Magaling mag marunong tayong mga Maritess, mga posts, pics, laging may interpretation na kadalasan hindi nman pala ganon ang gusto iparating ng celebrity.
      Kahit pa celebrity sila may karapatan din mag post mga yan ng gusto nila, ng mga nararamdaman nila.

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  6. Hmmm shade towards aljur basically calling him an absent father….

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    1. Di na kc sila magkasama sa bahay ni Aljur kaya mom at dad na ginagampanan nya.

      Di ba sya ang nakipag hiwalay kay Aljur at nahihiram din nman ni Aljur mga anak nila.

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    2. And a non-provider kaya she has to work this hard.

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    3. Yup. San kaya ang tatay? Waley ang child support?

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  7. Meaning siya ang provider sa mga bata? Deadbeat dad ba si aljur?

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    1. “Malamang” “I think so” all assumptions nmn.

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    2. 4:40 None of us are sure kasi tsismis site nga to, beh. Of course, assumptions lang because neither me nor you are Kylie and Aljur. Duhhhh.

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  8. "I've been dad..." Hmmm absentee?

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  9. Meaning she's away for work often at todo kayod sya as provider.

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  10. Be strong kylie you can do it, ❤️❤️❤️❤️πŸ’ͺ

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    1. Of course she can do it, she was the one who separated from Aljur coz she fell out of love.
      Maybe they have an agreement/understanding ni Aljur tungkol sa mga bata.

      She's working now so minimize yong time nya with her kids baka simpleng ganon lang ibig nya sabihin, Nami miss nya mga anak nya kc nagwo work na sya.
      Tayo nman mga Maritess may mga negatibo pang comments against her ex.

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    2. Habang si Kylie din ang nagaalaga ng anak nila

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  11. She's not shading nor giving the impression na deadbeat yung si Aljur. Traditional family kasi tatay ang breadwinner, nanay ang homemaker.

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  12. Ginusto mo yan teh

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  13. dont feel sorry for her, she was warned

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  14. Yes as much as you want to stay at home with the kiddos. The bills are pilling up. alam na to mga ka FP.

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  15. Nakakatawa naman ang ibang linyahan dito. Nauunawaan ko ang mga single moms like kylie pero ano namang klaseng hugot ang mga pinagsasasabi ng mga hindi maka-relate dahil wala pang anak o asawa?
    Simple lang naman ang hinaing niya, nalulungkot dahil miss na miss na niya ang kids niya pero dahil sa work nagsasakripisyo siya. Sa simpleng hugot dami ng bitter sa tabi-tabi. May feeling fluent pa sa English pero pinoy na pinoy naman ang mukha sa malamang kesa hindi.

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    1. Haba ng sinabi mo, yan lang pala ending mo.

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    2. Pumunta lang siya dito para mag comment na she is above everyone else na marites dito 8:46. Siya si Yumi Malaya kaka Mema

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  16. Magkaiba sila ni Priscilla.Si John ang breadwinner. Kaya may oras si P sa anak nila.Si Kylie ang nakipaghiwalay,kaya both father and mother siya

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  17. Nasakanya siguro custody ng mga bata saka may sariling fam naman na rin si Aljur with AJ

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  18. "I think Im ready". meaning she is not even sure if she is ready to mom again.

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    1. No. It means, she is really excited. It's just an expression. Wag mo na bigyan ng ibang meaning jusko

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    2. It means "I think I am ready" meaning ready in terms of letting go the time consuming workload and spend more time with her kids kasi baka financially capable na siya to provide more than enough for them and who knows baka may business na sya confident sya mapapaikot niya but has more time with her kids. So okay na sya and ready to let go some of the workload that eats her time for her kids.

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  19. Whatever her meaning, she's venting. Hang in there Mom, better days are coming

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  20. Para malaman ano ba talaga ang tunay na interpretasyon ng 'Been Dad for Quite Sometime', sagutin lang ang simpleng katanungan na ito -- KAPAG NAGKAKAHIWALAY ANG ISANG MAG-ASAWA, KANINO KADALASAN NAPUPUNTA ANG MGA ANAK (lalo na kung nasa murang edad pa lamang)? Nasaan ngayon ang kanilang mga anak?

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    1. Mas mahirap explanation mo. Mas simple ang " common na tatay nagwowork at nasa bahay ang nanay mindset sa Pinas and since single mom siya, she is both dad and mom".

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  21. Dami pakialamera sa mundo kala mo nman perfect cla.

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  22. hoy aljur alagaan mo rin mga anak mo si kylie pagod na!!

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    1. Ano ka ba dzai, ang ibig sabihin ni Kylie wala siyang oras sa mga anak niya dahil nagtatrabaho siya. Ang tawa ko sayo. 🀣

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    2. 4:42 may gana ka pang tumawa at manlait kaya nga kelangan din ni aljur tulungan si kylie bc kylie is also acting as the dad!

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    3. Natawa ako sa comment, hindi kay Kylie. Basically, ang post niya ay magkaron ng oras para sa anak, sa tingin mo ba makakapagtrabaho siya kung wala siyang napag iiwanan na mag alaga ng mga bata? Coparenting sila ni Aljur at naiiwan din ang mga bata sakanya para maalagaan. At tingin ko kahit pa magbigay ng sustentong pera si Aljur sa mga bata eh magtatrabaho at magtatrabaho pa rin si Kylie, dahil sa career din niya. Lawakan ang pang unawa. TIME para sa anak ang issue.

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  23. Wala naman kasing matinong project si Aljur

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    1. he aint called tuod acting for nothing baks 😭

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  24. Dito sa US kahit mali mali pa grammar mo balewala, khit pa yung past tense ginagamitan mo ng future tense wla ka maririnig sa mga kano. Basta sa kanila naiintindihan nila yung gusto mong sabihin ok na yun. Kaya nga sa mga pinoy dito sa US hindi ako nag english kc sasabihan kang mali mali ang grammar. Sa mga kano khit ano pa yan basta naintindihan nila yung gusto mong sabihin ok na yun.

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    1. mismo baks. kahit nga mga puti wrong grammar and wrong spelling din eh! ewan ko ba sa mga pinoy! as if yan na measure ng intellect sa kanila🀑 oh well...

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