[Isyung HR] Can Pinoys compare HRVs to Coke Zero too?

Today’s Isyung HR was inspired by mokong na banat ng ating pangulo. The irony here was that ayaw daw niyang mapag-usapan ang kanyang lovelife and invoking his right to privacy when the media were asking pero siya pa ang nagpapatawa gamit ito.

After PNoy disclosed during his speech before the Filipino Community in Beijing that he was asked about his most sought after lovelife…

“May nagtanong ho kasi sa akin e—sabi niya, ‘Kumusta lovelife mo?’ Kaya ang sabi ko po sa kanya, ‘A, parang Coca-Cola.’ So sabi ngayon ng tao, ‘Hindi ko yata maintindihan.’ Kako, ‘Coca-Cola, ‘nung araw regular, naging light, ngayon zero,” PNoy.

we received some unsolicited answers from other ka-Mokongs on the same question.  And it goes…

“Ang lovelife ko parang beer,” as another former president said, “noong araw lights, naging pale, ngayon superdry.” Parang pabagsak ang ibig ipahiwatig.

The pagalingan ng “banat” hit us like storm, more former presidents also sent their own versions, “Ang lovelife ko parang damit, noon RTW, naging eloys, ngayon ukay-ukay na,” ibig ba sabihin 2nd hand?

May mga sumingit pang mga presidentiables din naman.

“Ang lovelife ko parang DVD, may original at may pirated,”

“Ang lovelife ko parang pelikula, ang iba Rated PG, may rated R, madalas for adults only,”

“Ang lovelife ko parang lumalaki, dating small, naging medium, ngayon large na siya,” a tumaba, napabayaan ang sarili.

“Ang lovelife ko parang wine, the older the better.” mahilig sa mas matanda.

Ikaw kamusta lovelife mo? want to join the circus pls click here.

Sana someday when asked “Kamusta human rights violations sa inyo?” Pinoys would say “parang Coca-Cola. Nung araw regular, naging light, ngayon ZERO.”

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