Pat yourself on the shoulder, you survived another week. And what a week it was! To end this one with a bang, check out the weirdest things we’ve seen on our timelines.
Is Camille Prats part of Jamill?
“Just to clarify something that started out as a joke/meme that I think lead to confusion, ibang Camille po iyon,” the actress posted on Facebook. “Appreciate your kind messages guys but you got the wrong ‘Camille’.”
She might be referring to this meme below. This Camille already has a husband who is faithful to her, thank you very much.
Chillnuman pantry? Really?
Of course, we’re not party poopers, go ahead and drop by if you want. Just know that unlike actual goods in community pantries (and lugaw), alcohol is not essential.
Father names his son after his favorite work department
It almost sounds like that one meme.
This Pinoy’s name is unbelievable
Wait, this isn’t a community pantry?
Why did ‘Satan’ trend?
Did he really liken Patricia to Satan? P16B of the National Budget to this kind of logic. https://t.co/E4MRhmPRD1
— Karen Davila (@iamkarendavila) April 21, 2021
It’s unusual to be called a demon after attempting to help the entire nation and succeeding. ‘Satan’ was in local trends this week and it’s not because of Lil Nas X’s Nike collab that contained drops of human blood. (That in itself was pretty disturbing TBH). The name trended after Lt. Gen. Antonio Parlade Jr. compared Ana Patricia Non’s community pantry initiative to the devil.
“Isang tao lang, si Ana, si Patricia ‘di ba? Same with Satan. Si Satan binigyan ng apple si Eve. Doon lang nagsimula ‘yun, du’n lang nagsimula ‘yun,” said Parlade in an interview with One News.
I can’t believe this comparison :
The community pantry organizer and Satan.
Everyone living in this country is doomed 🤭 https://t.co/0dpZ2pGjeM
— Tony Leachon MD (@DrTonyLeachon) April 21, 2021
He was questioning why so many community pantries popped up all of a sudden. Let’s just say the entire thing had everyone collectively scratching their heads.
People pitch abuloy for Nueva Ecija man who is still alive
How would you feel if your neighbors started gathering money for your funeral while you’re still alive? The family members of an ill man in Nueva Ecija felt insulted. The Fausto family found out their barangay official asked the neighborhood to gather abuloy for their father who was very much still alive and is just at the hospital for treatment.
In the barangay official’s defense, someone informed him that the man passed away. The Municipal Local Government Operation Office urged the Fausto family to file a case against the official.
Is this a new Mogu Mogu flavor?