#BakitParangKasalananKo Tweets That Are Very Relatable
Are you even a Filipino if you don’t know this famous line said by Bea Alonzo in Four Sisters and A Wedding?
On September 9, one of the top Twitter trends in the Philippines is the #bakitparangkasalananko which I presume is quoted from the 2013 rom-com hit, Four Sisters and A Wedding directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.
One of the most famous and used lines of the film is “Pero bakit kasalanan ko, parang kasalanan ko?” said by Bobbie Salazar which was played by Bea Alonzo.
After the sudden surge of tweets using the hashtag #bakitparangkasalananko, we’ve gathered some of the best reads of the night:
When you explain something after someone says they don’t get it:
Classmate: *says he's confused about the topic
Me: *explains to him
Him: edi ikaw na matalino
#BakitParangKasalananKo @RX931 #themorningrush
— icon chua (@iconjen) September 8, 2019
This one hits home:
I was cheated on and was physically abused before but when I started being open about it, someone told me that I'm just being such a drama queen. #BakitParangKasalananKo
— padmé amidala (@Sutteki28) September 9, 2019
I can’t emphasize how many times I’ve experienced this in group works:
> has rly bad thesis groupmates
> tells them off and ends up writing more than half the thesis
> gets mad at me and begs that i dont give them a low grade for peer evals even if their work was subpar
ABA :–) @RX931 #themorningrush
— doritwo (@nanoririmo) September 8, 2019
Same. I don’t get people who get mad at you when they don’t even know you at all:
Yung hindi mo sila ka close at wala silang alam tungkol sa personal mong buhay, pero may isyu sila sa'yo.#bakitparangkasalananko pic.twitter.com/WVDdrwSnC5
— @đřεω αππε (@houvanjou913) September 9, 2019
Oh, the never-ending “edi ikaw na”:
Me: Uy! Ganda naman ng gawa mo
Classmate: Thank you, patingin ng sa'yo!
Me: *shows mine*
Classmate: edi ikaw na magaling #BakitParangKasalananKo pic.twitter.com/ojmMPisUc4
— zen (@milkminc__) September 9, 2019
When you’re literally just tryna help:
Cm: "shet d ko gets yung lesson sa math"
Me: "I'll teach you"
Cm: "hala pabibo uy"#bakitparangkasalananko
— pa-paul (@pawerpaul15) September 9, 2019
Pano naman kita ipaglalaban, masaya ka sakanya, i cant just ruin your happiness. You choose to be happy and I'm happy for that. #BakitParangKasalananKo
— raven (@ravenn_wp) September 9, 2019
“I don’t want to see myself breaking down and can’t get up”
#Bakitparangkasalananko that I teach myself not to be easily affected to problems. When it serves as my defense mechanismn not to get hurt. I don't want to see my self breaking down and can't get up.
— H A N N A (@vantae_jeon) September 9, 2019
Blame rapists. Do not blame the victims.
#bakitparangkasalananko rape victims, people usually blame them for what clothes they were wearing. #themorningrush @RX931
— Dexturrr (@JDexturrr) September 9, 2019
When you’re the one taking photos during the holiday season or on vacations:
Me, a photographer: *takes photos of client
Client: *looks at photo
Client: ay bakit ang taba ko??#BakitParangKasalananKo pic.twitter.com/vet3mr2Lwo
— icon chua (@iconjen) September 9, 2019
What’s your #bakitparangkasalananko moment? Share them in the comments section!
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