Pinoy na nagbakasyon sa PH, kinulang daw ang P50K; 'di naiwasang magalit

Pinoy na nagbakasyon sa PH, kinulang daw ang P50K; 'di naiwasang magalit

-Isang Pinoy mula sa USA ang hindi naiwasang maglabas ng sama ng loob sa kanyang mga kamag-anak

-Hindi daw kasi nito inasahan ang mga ginawa ng mga ito habang siya'y nasa Pilipinas at kasama ang mga ito

-Ang inaakala niyang malaking halaga na pocket money ay nasimot daw ng mga ito

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Sa isang article ng The Filipino Times, isang overseas Filipino worker (OFW) ang hindi naiwasang maglabas ng kanyang hinaing sa kanyang pagbabaksyon sa Pinas.

Ayon sa isang Reddit user na may username na crazy4dcoffee, nagbakasyon siya sa Pinas kasama ang kanyang lola.

Nakabase na ito sa United States of America at napgpasyang magbakasyon sa Pinas sa loob ng tatlong linggo.

Binigyan siya ng kanyang mga magulang ng 1,000 dollars o P50,000 para sa kanyang bakasyon, na ayon dito ay inakala niyang sobra pa.

Sa bahay ng kanyang tiyahin, kapatid ng kanyang ina, siya nag-stay. Kasama ang ilan pang mga kamag-inak nila sa loob ng compound na iyon.

Umabot na agad sa P11,000 ang naibigay niyang cash sa mga kamag-anak sa kanyang pagdating pa lamang. Bukod pa ang mga pasalubong sa balikbayan box.

“[For two weeks], I stayed with my mom’s sister and her family. Now let me tell you this – the block that my aunt lives on – their cousins, and other second and third cousins live there. Some of them I have no idea who they are but my luggage was packed with gifts for these people and also cash,”

“Now I had P39,000 left. I still had 17 days left. I thought it would last me but no it did not,”

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Nainis pa umano ito kapag nilalagay siya sa isang sitwasyon na hindi na siya makatatanggi katulad ng hihingi ang bmga ito ng pera sa harap ng ibang tao.

Maging ang electric bills at tuition fees ay siya pa umano ang pinagbayad ng mga ito.

“I’m not trying to make it look like all Filipino relatives are like this, but why do you think just because I’m from abroad, I am mayaman or rich like why can’t I just be me? Of course, I have money. I’m on a foreign land on vacation. But it does not make me a walking bank account,”

“Also hate when they guilt trip you for not giving money and tell sob stories so you feel bad and give in,”

Kwento pa nito, madalas na ayain siya ng mga itong kumain sa labas na siya rin naman pala ang magbabayad.

“I also have to pay when we eat out and mind you most of the time, I’m not the one who insisted we go. They did. What the actual… I lost my [explicit] when I had to pay for 12 people,”

“Also, my mom’s sister got a lot of clothes. She got two shorts, t-shirts, and even some chocolates, but got mad at me because the shoes she requested wasn’t there. I had to explain to her that I had no more space in my luggage and that she got a lot already, it won’t be fair. She said next time we go home she expects the shoes. My blood was boiling to the max,”

“I hate that I feel this way but why are some relatives such parasites,”

Pinoy na nagbakasyon sa PH, kinulang daw ang P50K; 'di naiwasang magalit

Photo source: The Filipino Times
Source: Facebook

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