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“Edi ikaw na yung matalino!”
“Ang dami mong alam”
“Edi ikaw na yung magaling sa grammar!”
“Ikaw na top 1”

This phenomenon is called 'Smart-shaming' or 'Anti-intellectualism'.

Ano nga ba ito? Smart-shaming is the act of shaming other people for the sole reason of being smart, or in some cases downgrading themselves or someone else for being dumb. This phenomenon is slowly spreading and will continue to spread unless stopped. Marami sa atin ang walang kamalay malay na ginagawa na pala natin ito.

Bakit ba natin to ginagawa? Why do we Smart-shame people?
Why do we say “Ikaw na yung madaming alam!” when someone shares an idea or a thought that is deep and discussable? Hindi ba pwedeng makisali nalang sa usapan upang may matutunan? Hindi ba pwedeng magbigay na rin nang ideya upang mas umunlad?

Bakit natin sinasabing “English-english pa”/“Edi ikaw na yung magaling sa English” when someone speaks or writes in the English language? English is taught to us on all levels of education– from elementary to college– so why do we hinder other people on using it? Why do we downgrade ourselves or put that person to shame when they speak it? Hindi ba pwedeng sabihin nalang na mag-tagalog yung kausap para mas maintindihan? Hindi ba pwedeng pag-aralan ang linggwahe upang mas maging magaling dito?

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What to do to the brains of smart shamers


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No. 264 [Reply/View Thread]

Sawa na ako. Pang 5 beses na akong nag apply sa inyo.

Pagod na pagod na ako sa mga rejection niyo. I believe na qualified ako. Pinaasa nyo lang ako sa mga kwento kwento at mga false hope c/o C.Arellano.

Putanginanyo. Sana malasin kayo para mag pull out ang Google sa inyo. Papakamatay na ako mamaya para sa sumpang ito. Pakyu, TELUS INTERNATIONAL PH!



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Men ask why women are so pissed off, even guys with wives and daughters. Jackson Katz, a prominent social researcher, illustrates why. He's done it with hundreds of audiences:

"I draw a line down the middle of a chalkboard, sketching a male symbol on one side and a female symbol on the other.
Then I ask just the men: What steps do you guys take, on a daily basis, to prevent yourselves from being sexually assaulted? At first there is a kind of awkward silence as the men try to figure out if they've been asked a trick question. The silence gives way to a smattering of nervous laughter. Occasionally, a young a guy will raise his hand and say, 'I stay out of prison.' This is typically followed by another moment of laughter, before someone finally raises his hand and soberly states, 'Nothing. I don't think about it.'
Then I ask the women the same question. What steps do you take on a daily basis to prevent yourselves from being sexually assaulted? Women throughout the audience immediately start raising their hands. As the men sit in stunned silence, the women recount safety precautions they take as part of their daily routine.
Hold my keys as a potential weapon. Look in the back seat of the car before getting in. Carry a cell phone. Don't go jogging at night. Lock all the windows when I sleep, even on hot summer nights. Be careful not to drink too much. Don't put my drink down and come back to it; make sure I see it being poured. Own a big dog. Carry Mace or pepper spray. Have an unlisted phone number. Have a man's voice on my answering machine. Park in well-lit areas. Don't use parking garages. Don't get on elevators with only one man, or with a group of men. Vary my route home from work. Watch what I wear. Don't use highway rest areas. Use a home alarm system. Don't wear headphones when jogging. Avoid forests or wooded areas, even in the daytime. Don't take a first-floor apartment. Go out in groups. Own a firearm. Meet men on first dates in public places. Make sure to have a car or cab fare. Don't make eye contact with men on the street. Make assertive eye contact with men on the street.”

― Jackson Katz, The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and How All Men Can Help

(The first man to minor in women's studies at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, holds a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a Ph.D. in cultural studies and education from UCLA.)

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No. 261 [Reply/View Thread]

This is a government office in my town in the Philippines, people just watch movies and have sex in the bathroom


Where's the sex?

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No. 260 [Reply/View Thread]

Feminism is fascism

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Truth is, depression is more than just feeling down or sad. While stress and depression can affect you in similar ways, symptoms of depression can be much more intense.

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Sahib does not fuck around

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No. 255 [Reply/View Thread]

Basta may alak may balak.

Wala ng intro intro putang ina nyo agad!
Wala kayong respeto sa mga kababaihan tang ina nyo (puta lakas makapogi).

Yung mga gantong kainuman pre, dapat laging iwasan especially for the ladies. Sila yung laging may masamang motibo sa kainumang babae pag natipuhan. Isang kalabit lang sa tropa na kakilala ng babae "Pre sino yun pre? Pwede ba yan?" Pag sinabeng "Di pre nakabakod na yan". Dyan na papasok yung putang inang ajinomoto pre mga tarantado amputa.

Sila den yung mga PANGET na makakapal mukha tas may gusto sa babae. Alam nila sa sarili nila na di sila papatulan kaya dadaanin sa masamang paraan. Sabi nga nila "Kung ayaw sayo, vetsinin mo". Mas mabilis kasi makahilo ang vetsin pag hinalo sa kahit anong alak.

Ayon sa survey 112% na gumagawa neto mga fuccboii. Gago di talaga mawawala sa bulsa nila pre. Wala na ngang ambag lakas pa ng loob mang vetsin. Sarap nyong lunurin sa dagat dagatang apoy.

Yung ibang babae naman nagpapangap lang na na-vetsin. Hindi ka maganda tanga wag kang judgemental. Self-proclaim na na-vetsin amputa isa ka rin e.

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LTFRB's requirements for Uber and Grab was to follow a set of checklists as stipulated for franchise application and some have not been complied. Shouldn't we be angry at Uber and Grab's upper echelons the same way as LTFRB's dense mindset and rabid attitude towards these drivers? What Uber and Grab management did was to fill up their ranks rapidly and allowed new driver-partners operate without completing these requirements to answer the high demand for their service.

One of the requirements is having your own private parking space. Yet, there were some partners who were allowed to have 2-3 cars (this was shared to me by a grab driver personally) and he just parks them in front of their house. Doesn't it already defeats the purpose of decongesting NCR's appalling traffic?

Both parties exhibited toe-curling greed, ineptitude and negligence at the expense of these hardworking, professional and honest drivers. Uber and Grab exploited their service's high demand and LTFRB was too vague in defining their regulations and too slow in processing the rapidly increasing franchise applications.

Don't get me wrong. Uber and Grab offer unparalleled service compared to these bitch ass taxis and I want them to remain for good. But I think we might be barking at the wrong tree this time. Let's know the facts first before letting our emotions get the best of our reasoning.

Let's remember that there's always two sides to every story.
Wag mag-mamaru, mag-mema, at maki-bandwagon.



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Filipinos are renowned for being utterly unable to co-operate. Even within families they cheat and abuse each other. Nobody trusts anybody else for a very good reason: most Filipinos are untrustworthy. They’ll stab you in the back if they think there’s some short-term gain in it.

This is a hole that’s very hard to dig yourself out of. Nobody can offer to help his neighbor, or his neighborhood, or his country, because he knows that sooner or later one of two things will happen: he’ll be slapped down for failing to conform to social expectations, or he’ll be ripped off so often that he’ll just give up.

So exactly how do you suppose a strong, independent nation is going to be built upon that? It’s impossible.

Strong societies are strong because they learn to co-operate among themselves. There’s nothing shameful about teaming up with others for mutual benefit: in other words, helping each other. But the Filipino sees everything as a power play. He cannot comprehend the idea of win-win co-operation, or interaction between equals. He must either debase himself or assert himself with arrogance.

Somehow, Filipinos need to adopt the values you ridicule: that is, the motivation that encourages “meddlers” to offer to help. While I agree that those meddlers rarely have any clue what they’re talking about, some of them do; but because the Filipino adopts the motto “trust no one”, without attempting to evaluate the individual, he can never be helped, and he can never help himself. All he can ever receive is charity, and all he can ever give is fealty.

Paradoxically, then, the Filipino version of “strength” – we don’t need you meddling meddlers! – ends up making the country weaker than it needs to be.

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What kind of children are we creating???

A few weeks ago, I had attended a birthday party of my daughter’s friend. There they played a game, the age old ‘Passing the parcel’, however, what was different was the way it was played. The child who was caught with the parcel when the music stopped was asked to leave the circle, but with that parcel as the gift, and then a new parcel was introduced. The game continued till every child got a gift. I asked the mother what was wrong with the earlier version, the version we had all grown up with.

She said – “I do not like kids to be disappointed. See, here every child is happy as he or she gets to take a gift home.”

In another instance, I was in the park with my daughter. She was playing lock and key with her friends. Now, one of her friends fell down. Her mother, who was on the other side of the park ran to his son, all confused and upset. She scooped her son in her lap and started inquiring – “Are you hurt? Let me see! Do no cry! Shush, mama is here.”

The child, had a scraped knee, who was perfectly OK till then, started crying earnestly.

I was at a friend’s home for lunch. Her 5-year old daughter refused to eat what was cooked for lunch. My friends felt so guilty that her daughter would go hungry, that she cooked up her favourite pasta immediately. According to her, it was not the first time this had happened.

At the School Sports Day, there are no races, no competition. No first, second or runner ups. Because, everyone is equal, there should be no competition between the kids.

Kids today have a room full of toys and games. Some they ask, some they do not. But, they still get them.
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It's been 5 days since I last logged on to my reddit account. I took a break from the toxicity I've been getting there. Meron kasing post yung mga mods doon everyday titled "Random Discussions" where in you get to comment anything you like, quotes, stories that happened to you, inquiries/questions regarding about something specific etc.

Lately medyo nabu-bully ako nung mga assholes na medyo matatanda na doon. Yung mga tipong 3-4 years ng member ng reddit r/ph. At first I didn't mind baka nangtro-troll lang kaya delete comment na lang. Kaso kinatagalan eh pansin ko ako na talaga pinupunterya nung ibang redditors eh, yung tipong kapag nagcocomment ako eh binabara talaga ako at minsan pinagmumura pa. Hindi mo malaman kung lasing or, sadyang gago lang yung nagre-reply sa akin eh. So afterwards nireport ko na lang sila sa mods at sabay block, kaso ganun din gumagawa sila ng mga throwaway account para makapag comment. Most likely sila din yun, based from the way they type and reply to my comments. Honestly hindi naman ako tarantado para gaguhin nila, nagtatanong lang naman ako about life hacks/advices, food, video games, and computer related hardware.

Yun lang wala ng iba pa, from time to time ako naman yung nagbibigay ng advice sa kapwa ko redditor. Last time sa sobrang inis ko, nagcomment ako sa "Nightly, Random Discussions" post. Nag rant ako about sa ibang mga redditors na ganun yung ugali, sinabi ko punong puno na ako sa kanila kasi. Ako lagi yung pinupunterya nila, nanahimik ako. Sabi ko "so for much for reddiquette! Escape ko na lang nga to sa kabullshitan ng buhay tapos, sama pa ng loob ibibigay ng ibang tarantado diyan, karmahin sana kayo, kilala niyo sarili niyo!". Wala pang one minute, my comment got deleted by a mod and I got a pm from a mod, got a warning from him/her. If I try to rant out one more regarding about other redditors I'll get a perma-ban from their sub reddit. so much for justified expressionism eh? Mas okay pa nga si IV (Jeremy Layson) of Ignore Rants eh. Kahit major kupal/asshole siya, at least justified pagiging kupal niya. Kupal talaga siya para sa mga tao na dapat talaga kupalan. Hindi siya takot ilantad identity niya. Nag-viral nga siya one time sa kagaguhan niya about sa isang bus accident eh. Haay

Hindi naman ako pa special snow flake or anything pero. Puta I don't deserve that kind of treatment especially kung wala naman akong ginagawa na sobrang sama sa iba.

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Maybe it's time for you to reach out to your friends? Maybe you being banned from reddit gives you an opporunity and time to reconnect with long lost friends?

And don't compare your life with others. Ride your own wave man.



thanks fam, I just deleted my account there. I'll do as you say. Most of those people are fucking assholes. I hope they all burn in hell when they die someday.


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>Women in the Philippines are paid less than men for doing similar work.
>Fuck gender discrimination.

When Lena first brought up the idea of Lenny to me, I was excited. Excited to speak to Lena, who I think is a genius, and excited to start thinking about what to complain about (that’s not what she pitched me, it’s just what I’m gonna do). When it comes to the subject of feminism, I’ve remained ever-so-slightly quiet. I don’t like joining conversations that feel like they’re “trending.” I’m even the asshole who didn’t do anything about the ice-bucket challenge — which was saving lives — because it started to feel more like a “trend” than a cause. I should have written a check, but I fucking forgot, okay? I’m not perfect. But with a lot of talk comes change, so I want to be honest and open and, fingers crossed, not piss anyone off.

It’s hard for me to speak about my experience as a working woman because I can safely say my problems aren’t exactly relatable. When the Sony hack happened and I found out how much less I was being paid than the lucky people with dicks, I didn’t get mad at Sony. I got mad at myself. I failed as a negotiator because I gave up early. I didn’t want to keep fighting over millions of dollars that, frankly, due to two franchises, I don’t need. (I told you it wasn’t relatable, don’t hate me).

But if I’m honest with myself, I would be lying if I didn’t say there was an element of wanting to be liked that influenced my decision to close the deal without a real fight. I didn’t want to seem “difficult” or “spoiled.” At the time, that seemed like a fine idea, until I saw the payroll on the Internet and realized every man I was working with definitely didn’t worry about being “difficult” or “spoiled.” This could be a young-person thing. It could be a personality thing. I’m sure it’s both. But this is an element of my personality that I’ve been working against for years, and based on the statistics, I don’t think I’m the only woman with this issue. Are we socially conditioned to behave this way? We’ve only been able to vote for what, 90 years? I’m seriously asking — my phone is on the counter and I’m on the couch, so a calculator is obviously out of the question. Could there still be a lingering habit of trying to express our opinions in a certain way that doesn’t “offend” or “scare” men?

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To my fellow lyceans particularly ladies,

I will share to you what happened to me a while ago. Please mag-ingat kayo sa mga ganitong klaseng professors. Wag nyo hahayaan na sirain nila pagkababae nyo.

So this is what happened…

Nagtext ako sakanya nung umaga para mag completion ng namissed ko na exam. Nagreply sya ng, “pls call”. Tumawag ako sakanya at ang napag usapan namin, pupunta ko sakanya sa Alex III Restaurant along Matalino st. kasi baka hindi na daw sya magpunta sa school dahil may meeting pa sya at sabi nya dun din yung law office nila, naisip ko din na baka busy sya at isisingit nya lang ako sa sched nya kasi attorney sya at sa senate nagtatrabaho kaya okay, pumayag na ako. Pagdating ko dun, pinapakain nya ako dun sa restaurant, sabi ko naman, wag na, kasi busog pa naman ako. Tapos sinabi nya, sa school nalang daw ako magexam, sumabay na daw ako sakanya. Tumanggi ako kasi nahihiya ako at pangit nga tingnan na kasabay ko prof ko sa sasakyan nya, pero mapilit sya, pumayag na din ako kasi less hassle nga naman at di mainit. So ayun. Habang nasa sasakyan kami…


H: Ano bang palayaw mo?
M: Machi po.
H: Machi nalang tatawag ko sayo. Oh ano bang plano mo? Gusto mo mag exam?
M: Opo sir, sayang naman kasi yung ireretake ko pa, eh eto lang naman po yung namiss ko.
H: Nako, mahihirapan ka sa exam, at babagsak ka.
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I was able to make an appointment with the Dean last December 02, 2016, Friday at 6:00 p.m., to get my recommendation letter for graduate studies. I came from my work and was able to make it and arrived at the College of International Relations (CIR) office around 5:50 to 5:53 p.m.

Pagkadating ko, binuksan ko kaagad ung office door pero ang daming tao, and I think student leaders ung mga yun, nagmeeting ata sila kasama nila si Dean. So sinara ko and I waited outside. Nung nakita ko na silang nag-aalisan, mga 6:25 na yun, I immediately went inside.

May girl na nagtanong sa akin, ano daw pakay ko. I said I have an appointment with the Dean. She went inside Dean’s office and I waited, then after a while lumabas na sya and told me to come in. I was so nervous when I step in inside his office. Takot kasi ako sa kanya noong estudyante palang ako. He asked me what I want, who am I, and told me he doesn’t remember me daw. . He said “Panget ka siguro noon”, I just brushed it off and said “I’ll take that as a compliment Sir”. He asked me a lot of things such as: my plan if ever I will be accepted in my chosen school, if I’m thinking of taking the FSO exam, my grade in his subjects, what am I doing now, and if I’m reading his column. Our conversation went well inside his office. We even touched subjects about Duterte and Trump.

I gave him my draft of the recommendation letter (I heard kasi na hindi talaga sya gumagawa nun at estudyante din nya nag-ddraft, so nag-prepare na ako). He had some minor corrections. Before that, he asked me kung yun na daw ba ppirmahan nya. I told him na it’s not because he has to do it online, ung draft ko is guide ko lang for him. Knowing how busy he is. Sabi pa nya na ano daw ba yan gagawin pa online. I needed his e-mail and his number so the school can contact him. Binigay naman nya.

We talked for more or less 30 minutes. He stood up and he said he is going home. He asked me if I’m also heading home and where. He said he could drop me off near my place, I agreed to be drop off at Coastal.

We went down the stairs and he went inside the clinic, we saw the guard at Gate 2, he held my elbow and said “Dito kita rarape-pin”. I gave him a quizzical look and said, “Sir?.” Medyo kinabahan na ako nun pero nung nakita ko may tao naman sa loob, naging okay naman ako. It turns out he will get his blood pressure check in the clinic. I waited for him inside and there were three people inside the room, whilePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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There's an issue of dagdag-bawas reported this morning. Some clients got deducted between minus 5-18k, where some others got plus 5-12k on them. More people have been debited, than credited

BPI Online is down too. Best not to do any transaction until this is resolved. If you managed to login, check your transactions for the past 30 days and screenshot. Also, ATM machines are NOT dispensing cash whether you have credit or not. BPI is gunna get fukked up today


* (hunch) likely to be a hacking attack. The deductions are reflected as "withdrawals" amd EPS payments, sometimes in multiple instances. It shouldnt appear as withdrawals if it's a system glitch

* Security breach from BPI's IT vendor. But you wont see them announce that of course

* Even BPI employees are affected. No one is safe

* There are 75,000 calls waiting on their queue, as per advised by one of their CSRs
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I passed by BPI today and I saw how rude people can be. Some were speaking using their SOPRANO 1 voices, some were speaking bad languages, some even rudely pointing the staff and telling them harshly "Balik niyo pera ko!!!!"

Obviously, no matter how professional they were dressed, they all looked uneducated to me. Ironic.

On a worst case scenario, if the billions were really stolen (which HAS been CLEARED that it was just AN ERROR; if you weren't too busy whining you'd know)
BPI is a member of the PDIC. YOUR DEPOSIT is insured up to 500,000php – which is unreasonable (why would you put all your savings in 1 bank? INVEST!!!)

Hard-earned money, okay fine. Emergency money, fine, okay. BUT NOBODY'S THERE CLAIMING THAT IT IS AN EMERGENCY, IN FACT THEY JUST WANTED TO GET IT. JUST.TO.GET.IT. And they were exhausting all their goodness just to get their point across.

I am so sad humanity is slowly turning into terrorists. Heartless, mean, and bad. Many of us were becoming Monster**-like in our own different ways, slowly, in front of our eyes. Shameless. Animals. It's even sadder to think that it is because.of.the.money..

I feel so bad for all the front-liners and CSR's, please have a good sleep tonight. Please know some of us will be waiting for you to finally iron things out, and that we will get the asnwers as soon as possible, and our money is still safe. You all will be coming home late tonight because operations are extended – Get home safe, this too shall pass.


Naaawa ako sa IT ng BPI. 😭 nangyari na to sakin eh… yung naiiyak ka na pero di ka makaiyak… naiihi ka na pero di ka makaihi… nagugutom ka na pero di ka makakain… antok na antok ka na pero bawal matulog!!! Kung anu-ano pa maririnig mo… iisipin mo din evals mo… Kaya di ko namimiss ang stress! Grabe! #ITFeels kawawa naman siya lalo kung newbie siya huhuhuhu!


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Ipagkaluob? Uh, yeah, news flash: people actually have to 'look' for their jobs with the risk of failing their interviews and exams. And even if you get into the job, there's no guarantee that it will pay well or what you'll be doing is your ideal job. This fucked up mentality is how we Filipinos always love to play the victim, without doing a goddamn thing for ourselves. And it is not just within our communities. This is reflective with how we ask other countries for foreign aid and live off our lives kissing their asses because of it.


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