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LOOK: Netizens oppose, make fun of ‘unli-rice ban’

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LOOK: Netizens oppose, make fun of ‘unli-rice ban’

/ 03:07 PM June 15, 2017

Image: Twitter/@joshsparklings

While Sen. Cynthia Villar has already attempted to calm the public by clarifying that she is not planning to ban “unli-rice” promos in restaurants, netizens were quick to take to social media and post their reactions after news about the senator’s statements on how unli-rice can be unhealthy first broke out.

With an arsenal of memes at their disposal, netizens posted various tweets to share what they thought of a world without unli-rice.

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To further get the point across that Sen. Villar is not banning unli-rice, she also shared her own meme about the topic on her official Twitter account.

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Image: Twitter/@Cynthia_Villar

“I cannot prevent people from eating unlimited amount of rice. It is their choice. It was just a genuine expression of concern on my part,” she earlier said in a report. JB

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