President Rodrigo Duterte delivered his much-awaited fifth State of the Nation Address yesterday. Instead of the usual crowd, the audience was limited to a number of Congress and Cabinet officials who had to observe strict social distancing measures due to the coronavirus scare. While we’re low-key sad about the fact that this year we missed a lot of officials treating SONA like a fashion runway, these tweets from netizens reacting to the President’s speech will make up for it.
FOLKLORE IMPACT OMG pic.twitter.com/JB955GbPj1
— rome || #Folklore (@slayswiftslay) July 27, 2020
If you haven’t listened to Taylor Swift’s new album Folklore yet, why???
DUTERTE: “ALL I ASK IS PUT YOUR TRUST IN THE GOVERNMENT…..”
— mark geronimo (@markgeronimo_) July 27, 2020
Also applicable is Sarah Geronimo’s Laida Magtalas line when she said “Trust? BIG WORD!” during a scene for It Takes a Man and a Woman.
Summary of the plan
— Malacañang Events and Catering Services (@MalacananEvents) July 27, 2020
It’s there, swear.
The stress is real
gusto kong marinig sa #SONA2020:
– mass testing
– academic freeze
– concrete plan for pandemic
but, the reality:
me rn: pic.twitter.com/i8ulLmA3Cp
— finding lory (@kulindaphne) July 27, 2020
Take deep breaths, mga besh.
M O O D
— +.*☆ GITZ (@senadorstell) July 27, 2020
— BrujaDeputaAdmlnisTraitor (@BrujaDelDemonio) July 27, 2020
Standard facial expression for Zoom meetings.
Plant, plant, plant
— ➖ 👅 ➖ (@JExoshidae) July 27, 2020
President Duterte talks about the “Plant, Plant, Plant” program for affordable food for every Filipino.
— Mademoisellera (@itseranunag) July 27, 2020
Someone was not amused.
Roque and his vacation
— ➶☁️ ➷ (@copycatcopyy_) July 27, 2020
The internet might never let him live that moment down.
Where’s VP Robredo?
Parang si Arya lang nung wala sya Red Wedding ems
— Cham (@tsampadilla) July 27, 2020
In case you didn’t know, Designated Survivor is a thriller series about a low-level official promoted to President of the US after an attack during the State of the Union address claimed the lives of the president and most of the Cabinet. You can watch it on Netflix if it tickles your fancy.
What’s the funniest tweet you saw about #SONA2020?