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'There's Really No Tongue Twister' Filipina Spawns The Funniest Memes

We are 100% sure that she's a Filipi-nope
by Emmanuel Calingacion | Jul 31, 2018
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That Filipina in Many People, Many Places is generating a lot of buzz right now on social media and the internet as a whole. The project of Conde Nast Traveller, an international travel brand, supposedly aimed to feature the differences and/or similarities in various countries. And we can't solely put the blame on them for picking out the wrong person to represent the Philippines.

Our PH rep looks a lot like the typical Filipina, but she appears to be detached from true Filipino culture. Even a question as simple as "How do you count in your country?" was answered with "one, two, three..." when she should've said "isa, dalawa, tatlo..." And apparently, for her, there's no Filipino word for "Cheers!" Where has this woman been that she hasn't heard people shouting "Tagay!" all the time?

And what angered Filipinos everywhere was that this woman didn't know a single thing when she was asked about tongue twisters in the Philippines! What happened to “Minekaniko ni Monico ang makina ni Monica?” and “Kabilugan ng buwan, buwan ng kabilugan?” or even the simple, “Bituka, Botika, Butiki?

As Filipinos, and this must be added to our culture as well, we took it out on her with memes

The first meme FHM peeps thought of

The Tulfos will not be happy

Not. You.

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