Oh. She must've thought Krissy was going to interview her...
With their mind-numbing discussion having gone nowhere (and viral), the ever-quick-witted netizens had a field day turning Alma's answers into memes. It even spawned the hashtag #PrayForAlma.
Well, you really can't blame the Internet's creative minds. There was just too much inspiration. In fact, even her actual replies are already memes on their own.
Karen: Are you for the RH Law? Alma Moreno: Yes, dapat talaga kino-control Karen: Paano maco-control? Alma: Dapat laging bukas ang ilaw— Senyora Santibañez (@Senyora) November 15, 2015
One thing's for sure: Students were able to relate to her "plight."
MFW recitation time. pic.twitter.com/51cYsFLNAW— PUP Memes (@PUPMemes) November 15, 2015
Alma Moreno is a personification of a college student's reflection paper done the night before submission— Isabella Dayto (@ishdayto) November 15, 2015
Alma moreno is that groupmate whose contribution is to print the paper only— Moshe Lacson (@paper_moshe) November 15, 2015
Watching the Alma Moreno interview. She sounds like she went to her thesis defense without studying her topic at all.— ida anduyan (@idaandu) November 15, 2015
The jokes—and even a few #hugot lines—just kept coming.
Scare me in three words: Senator Alma Moreno 😱— Miss Krizzy (@krizzy_kalerqui) November 16, 2015
If you can't accept me at my Alma Moreno then you don't deserve me at my Karen Davila.— franchesca (@kabalighuan) November 15, 2015
be a Karen Davila girl in this Alma Moreno world— conscious pilate (@arbycuevas) November 15, 2015
So, sa napanood kong interview ni Alma Moreno, feeling ko totoo yung dating joke sa kanya na: pic.twitter.com/ZatVZ2sBXE— Senyora Santibañez (@Senyora) November 15, 2015Continue reading below ↓
At the end of the day, this clip by satirical social media personality Senyora Santibañez easily trumps 'em all, with a little help from the Biebs...
Si Karen naman, parang nang-aasar pa...
Wow thank you netizens 🙏🏻 Our interview on #ANCHeadstart with Alma Moreno is trending 😳— Karen Davila (@iamkarendavila) November 16, 2015