It’s still more fun in flooded Philippines

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  • CmdrAdobo

    We are too relaxed. Our life will not be improved because we are contented of everything. Floods? it’s okay we can handle it, so we are not doing about it. Happy to own Made in China good. Happy to own temporary house or living in slums is okay. Happy of the services (restaurant and other) we experience that would mean so establishments dont have pressure, change, and improve because no one complain. Filipino quality of life is going downhill. I hope we will change our attitude. If we wont change, i doubt we can compete in international market or any competition.

  • dreddurius

    Pinoys, the race that laughed themselves to death.

  • oh_noh

    pero ang malupit na katotohanan… sobrang nakakaawa na talaga ang pinas!

  • glassinmyhead

    Aminado, natawa ako sa mga pictures…it shows that our sense of humor is unstoppable, instantaneous and irrepressible, kaya lang…it also shows that we really have problems as a people…We don’t know when to stop laughing and taking things seriously, kaya yung mga incompetent leaders natin, laging nakakalusot sa mga kalokohan nila

  • Noel

    The tourism slogan should now be changed to “It’s More Floods in the Philippines”.

  • ManilaMan

    Not Funny at all. Three days of floods, all businesses and stocks closed.
    Another economic slump in the making for Asia’s economic rising star of 2013.
    I hope the damages don’t affect our investment grade, and a permanent solution be carried out at the soonest possible time.

  • http://about.me/m.malanikova Maria Malanikova

    The humor is all easier, I hope that everything goes well.
    Good luck to all in the Philippines.

  • CmdrAdobo

    3rd world country galore. What happened to them are just laughing matter.

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