Monday, February 16, 2015

10 Thought-Provoking #Noynoyparin Tweets

I just opened my Twitter account and was shocked with the number 1 Philippine trend: #Noynoyparin. The yellow zombies went out of their hiding suddenly praising their most “beloved” president.

Many admit PNoy’s failure but one of them doesn’t consider him a failure.

I guess his shortcomings during Yolanda, Mamasapano clash, Pork Barrel scam are not enough. Maybe we need a worse tragedy for Noynoy to be a failure.

Another one believes that the Macabees erred in rebelling against their evil leaders:

Some have inside info on PNoy’s political plans…

…and are very eager to vote him again:

Others are seeing things:

Well, I think she’s correct. I’ve seen things too that was not done by previous presidents like coddling with terrorists and sending policemen to their deaths.

Our #Noynoyparin is the number 1 trend. Your argument is invalid:

I am not sure if some people support PNoy or just being sarcastic:

Riding the political bandwagon is wrong. So, yeah, let’s not ride the bandwagon of personal interests of Abad, Drilon, Roxas, right? Right?

Many are finding it hard to find any person who will equal PNOY…

Well, we’re finding it hard too. PNoy’s lackluster performance and numerous blunders are very difficult to replicate.

 And yes, hindi kumukurasp si PNoy, nakanganga lang.

Do you want more of these excellent tweets? Just go to #Noynoyparin in Twitter.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

The Man Who Hates Valentine’s Day the Most

In year 269, there was a man in the Roman Empire who kept on preaching about Jesus even it is forbidden by the emperor.  That man was eventually caught and then beheaded because he didn’t renounce the Faith.

St. Valentine cartoons
(Cartoon by Jason Bach)

That man is no other than Saint Valentinus, was a bishop of Terni in Italy. St. Valentine’s life was dedicated to the real Love. He preached about it and even died for it. The Love that he preached is very different from the mushy-romantic-lust-tainted kind of “love” that is celebrated every February 14.

This is the reason that I believe that St. Valentinus will be the very first person who will surely hate the commercialized version of the feast dedicated to him. I bet that he hates it whenever he sees unmarried men and women use his feast day as an excuse to give in to lust.

St. Valentine is not pleased

And yeah, St. Val is so displeased.