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Ninang Goes Viral after Sending Php1k Per Year as Gift to 23-Year-Old Godchild

A ninang recently went viral after sending Php1k per year or a total of Php23,000 as gift to her 23-year-old godchild! Sana all?

What do you think is the role of every ninong or ninang in a christening or wedding? The actual role of godparents is to be the second parents to their godchildren, providing guidance and helping raise these kids into kind, God-fearing, and respectful citizens of the world.

But for many, being godparents also mean spending money on gifts during special occasions, particularly birthdays and Christmases!

With so many ninongs and ninangs actually working far from their godchildren, they often ‘get away’ with not giving gifts for Christmas and birthdays. Technically, that’s alright considering that they didn’t become godparents just to become the child’s automatic gift-givers. However, it’s still a nice gesture for them to send gifts to their godchildren.

Photo credit: Princess Joie H. Cabiles / Facebook

Netizen Princess Joie H. Cabiles shared the amazing gift she received from an unnamed ninang. She shared a screenshot of their supposed convo wherein her ninang asked whether she already received the gift she sent.

In the post, it appears that this ninang works abroad because Princess Joie points out to her ninang the time and also greets the older woman with “Good evening from PH”. The ninang told her that she would be sending Php23,000 as ‘payment’, with her age number converted to cash for all the birthdays and Christmases her ninang had missed in the past.

When Princess Joie was finally able to get the gift, the overjoyed young lady posted the cash gift to her Facebook account to thank her ninang. She didn’t name her ninang but the woman would have surely seen the post.

Photo credit: Princess Joie H. Cabiles / Facebook

But some netizens were skeptical that this even happened at all, with some saying that Princess Joie simply made up the pretend convo to brag about her money. Others said she’s simply doing it for fame, knowing that her post would go viral this close to Christmas…

What do you think?

Best Gifts for Godchildren

Every gift is special, of course! But here’s a guide if you’re a bit confused on what to give your godchildren:

  • Ages 0-1: Clothes and baby toys
  • Ages 1-5: Colorful toys that don’t have choking hazards, books, clothes
  • Ages 5-10: Educational toys such as legos and puzzles, books, clothes, backpacks for school, school supplies
  • Ages 11-15: Books, clothes, perfumes, gift cards
  • Ages 16 above: Gift cards, watches, bags, books

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Designer Lets Student Use Gown for Free Because She Only had Php30 for Downpayment

A designer is earning praise online after letting a student use a beautiful red gown for free, because she saw that she really wants to join their JS Prom but only had Php30 for downpayment.

Student Looking for JS Prom Gown

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Photo credit: Rica Cariño Lopez / Facebook

Rica Cariño Lopez of Ricahson Gown and Suit Collection in Pangasinan shared that one day, a student went to their shop to inquire about the gowns they are renting out. But seeing the sadness and disappointment in the girl’s face after learning the lowest price they are offering, Rica was touched.

free gown for poor student
Photo credit: Rica Cariño Lopez / Facebook

She truly felt for the student when the girl whispered whether she could rent the lowest price gown but can only give Php30 as downpayment. It was her allowance for the entire day, but the kid wanted so much to join the school activity.

Kind Designer

free gown for poor student
Photo credit: Rica Cariño Lopez / Facebook

Rica decided to help out, especially after learning about the job of the child’s mother. She didn’t just let the kid borrow a gown for free – she even picked one of their most beautiful creations!

And while the gown actually costs Php5,000 to rent, as stated in one of Rica’s comments to netizens asking for the gown’s price, she let the girl use it for free. The young lady looks so lovely in the gorgeous gown!

free gown for poor student
Photo credit: Rica Cariño Lopez / Facebook

While Rica did not reveal the girl’s name or show her face on the post, a lot of netizens were happy over the kind deed. Many are also saying that it would be great if the girl would realize what Rica had done and ‘pay back’ the kindness when she gets older and finds a job.

What is JS Prom?

The JS Prom or Junior and Senior Promenade is a formal ball usually done around Valentine’s Day or near graduation for the seniors. If the school separates the events, the term ‘prom’ is used for the juniors while ‘graduation ball’ is used for the seniors.

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One Guy Caught Cheating with Two Other Ladies after Girls Posted on “My Day”

One girl catches her boyfriend cheating with two other ladies – in the same restaurant and wearing the same clothes! She supposedly caught wind of his activities after the other ladies posted on their “My Day”.

Hannah Blaine Gaas, according to her Facebook profile, is a student of Cruise Ship Management at José Rizal University and lives in Parañaque but hails from Maasin, Southern Leyte. In the post on Valentine’s Day, she angrily slams a certain “Mark”, supposedly her boyfriend for cheating on her with two other ladies.

Photo credit: Hannah Blaine Gaas / Facebook

She discovered the situation when the two ladies reportedly posted on “My Day” photos of their date with the same guy. He appears to have given them the same gift, a huge brown teddy bear, and even brought them to the same restaurant!

Nagkahulihan na sa Valentines! Sabi ko na ayaw ko mag myday baka pareho tayo ng jowa e. Tatlo pa kami pinagsabay dinala mo pa kami sa parehong lugar magkaiba lang schedule hanep! Ano na Mark?” Hannah wrote.

Soon, the other girls in the photos would react angrily to the post, angrily sharing their sentiments about catching their guy dating two other girls!

Photo credit: Hannah Blaine Gaas / Facebook

Kalma lang girls lahat ata tayo kabet,” one of the girls commented.

How he managed to date three different women on the same day at the same restaurant was rather puzzling! Moreover, a number of netizens are saying that he should have the decency to come clean to these ladies and to also change his clothes! It’s like he’s just trying to date everyone and check who’s the best.

Photo credit: Hannah Blaine Gaas / Facebook

But eagle-eyed netizens would soon realize that, perhaps, this is just a prank and that the three ladies might actually know each other and were together on the “date”. It seems that the three are actually good friends and just had fun taking photos with the same guy, creating the “cheating” story…

What’s “My Day”?

“My Day” is a type of post on Facebook that is only posted for 24 hours as a “story”. It can be seen by the uploader’s friends for 24 hours before it disappears, unless the user sets the “My Day” posts to get automatically saved. In contrast, regular Facebook posts are permanent, unless the user deletes the items.

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Wise Mom Lets Kids Have the Phones They Wanted on an Installment Basis

Entrepreneur Michelle Mangahas has three kids: Mark, 14, Mika, 11, and Matthew, 6. Just like many other kids these days, Michelle’s children wanted to have a new smartphone that could take great photos, but she only gave them old phones in the past.

The single mom would later let the kids have the phones they wanted, as long as they agreed to pay on an installment basis. Yay or nay?

Photo credit: Smart Parenting

Mommy Michelle told Smart Parenting that her kids actually have old phones when they asked to buy a new model that sells for Php10,000.

I told them I didn’t see a valid reason why a 14-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl would need such expensive phones. I also told them they already had phones, which should be enough for school research and a little bit of gaming,” she narrated.

But the kids reasoned out that their old phones weren’t so good. Mark said the phone that cost them Php2,700 to buy took “low quality photos”. Mika received hers for free from Mommy Michelle’s postpaid plan when she completed school as an achiever. But it’s 2 years old.

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I told my kids na hindi obligasyon ng magulang na bigyan ng phones ang anak nila. Ang obligasyon ko is to feed them and send them to school,” Mommy Michelle explained.

Although kaya ko naman sila bigyan, sinasabi ko sa kanila na ang daloy ng pera walang kasiguraduhan. Kailangan mag-ready sa posibleng panahon na walang gaanong income.

Because she had taught the kids, particularly Mark and Mika, early on to save money for future needs, they were able to fork out Php3,700 and Php5,000 in savings, respectively. This money went to their phone fund, but they are supposed to pay their mom in installment for the rest of the phone amount they borrowed from her.

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Although she doesn’t impose a strict deadline, she continues to remind them of their payments. So far, Mika is the one who pays up the installment faster despite getting a smaller allowance compared with Mark.

Mark has a harder time sa paghuhulog. Sabi niya malakas siyang kumain ‘di hamak sa kapatid niya, so mas kaunti natitira sa baon niya,” Mommy Michelle shared. She doesn’t mind as long as the kids are responsible enough to pay up when they can.

What a good way to teach financial responsibility.

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What’s the Difference Between Installment and Layaway?

Both are types of loan that is paid over time, with smaller amounts of scheduled payments instead of a one-time payment. However, the customer can already use or get the item while still paying for an installment loan while the layaway item can only be received once the full loan is paid up.

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