We can’t deny the fact that we’ve ridden the budol train of online shopping during these months of quarantine. From staying up late to wait for big monthly sales to saying it’s your last online shopping budol, you might’ve already become friends with your usual delivery kuyas from different couriers. We usually get asked for photos as proof of receipt, but some have been extra AF with theirs:
Is this you?
Your late-night budols have become the morning alarms for the next days. No suklay, no anything, basta eyes on the prize! Be honest: your recent texts have all been from different couriers.
Photo booths are shaking
One fun part of celebrations is the free photo booth where everyone flocks when the event is getting boring. While we can’t enjoy them for now, why don’t you just set up your own at home? Oh di ba, you have an ~official~ photo wall.
No weddings to go to? No problem. Make the most of your formalwear collection by suiting up for your proof of receipt photo. Make your garage/garden/street your runway — sayang naman yung outfit, di ba?
Your designated photographer for your insta pics can finally graduate. It’s kuya rider from now on.
Time to dress up
Aminin mo, you’ve been wearing the same five shirts as your pambahay these past months. We have no reason to dress up anymore other than the usual grocery runs, and the clothes you prepared for your canceled summer getaway is just waiting. Time to bring them out for a little fashion show for your next parcel deliveries!
All the creatives who have equipment at home: why not?
Jack and Rose
“Kuya Shopee, photograph me like one of your French girls.”
For cosplayers: if you haven’t worn your costumes in a while, here’s one way to put them to good use and make your rider’s day brighter!
Have you seen other Pinoys being extra with their parcels? Share with us below!