- A community pantry in Cavite has gotten the attention of many netizens
- It uses witty captions that could make a resident smile while picking up eggs, ketchup or sugar
- One of the funniest signs was placed near the eggs, "Kumuha lang ng pang-umagahan, hindi ng pang leche flan"
- Other items where organizers included other witty captions include ketchup, garlic and sugar
A witty community pantry in Silang, Cavite has earned praises and laughs from netizens. The pantry comprised of different foods and even condiments for everyone.
More than the goods that could be freely taken from the pantry, it is the caption for each product that has touched, or rather, tickled netizens.
For each product like eggs, ketchup, sugar, and even canned goods, there would always be a witty caption made purposefully to match the product.
Inquirer posted on their Instagram account a series of photos taken from the "Stock Box community pantry" organized by Marvin Garcia.
He posted on his Facebook account about the pantry and captioned it with: "May food ka na, may comic relief pa."
Here are some of the wittiest captions:
"Kumuha lang ng pang-umagahan, hindi ng pang leche flan."
"Kumuha ng pangsawsawan, di pang spaghetti."
"Isa-isa lang po sa bawang, hindi po totoo ang aswang."
"Isang pack lang ang asukal, mahal ang insulin."
On canned goods:
"Isa-isa lang ang delata, upang di masira ang abrelata."
A community pantry is an area where people can give anything and those who are in need could also get anything, all based on their needs.
Several Pinoy celebrities slammed the red-tagging of the organizers of the rapidly becoming popular community pantry. Many of them are asking why should the government train its guns on something that benefits the community when there are so many other problems that it should focus on. The Maginhawa community pantry organizers halted its operations after government forces and supporters linked their initiative to the communists. Some government officials also suggest that such initiatives need government approval.
The Maginhawa community pantry in Quezon City has shut down its operations due to red-tagging. The organizer appealed to the Office of Mayor Joy Belmonte last week for help after three police officers asked for her contact number and asked which organization she belonged. This created fear and now, she had to stop what she's doing due to red tagging. She said that the accusations were all baseless and that all she wanted to do was to help others.
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