Filipinos are known for their innate sense of humor. They don’t even have to try. Indeed, it is more fun in the Philippines when apart from all the tourist attractions the country has to offer, they actually have more that could pique the interests of travelers and foreigners alike.
One of the country’s unique modes of transportation is the jeepney – but Filipinos have a better way of using this during a vacation with the family.
This is another improvisation which is not recommended for those with the faint of heart. The Habal-Habal or “Skylab” was meant for those who travel through rough and narrow roads. It is known for its absurd capacity, trying to accommodate up to 10 people – baggage included. Talk about carpooling for a cheaper price!
Whoever said the Philippines is lagging behind the Asian countries in regards to public transportation obviously has not heard of GrabHorse yet.
Unfortunately, the country regrets to inform you that while it boasts of its unparalleled vehicles, the traffic is a whole different matter. EDSA proved that forever exists, and that you can stay out late without partying.
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Being hit with a tropical storm combined with flood is a normal occurrence for the Filipinos. In fact, they could easily return to their daily routine amidst the water surrounding the area.
Filipinos have their own conventional way of drinking – preferring their beverage to be contained in a plastic bag. If you are a bit picky, then go grab a straw.
Leave it to the Filipinos to come up with a good pun for the name of their establishments.
Warning signs that try to appeal as threatening but fails as people find it hilarious instead.
However, there are others which are in the border between insulting and funny. Not to mention, the subtle body (or face, even) shaming present.
Who says politics and religion are the only topic worth debating or fighting for? These men prove to you that a simple bonding over karaoke, or an order of bulalo, could ensue a heated argument that was even televised.
Even government websites and personalities had joined the bandwagon on being a sassy millennial. - HB, Kami Media