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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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#ManilaBayChallenge Trends on Various Social Media Sites

The #ManilaBayChallenge trends on various social media sites, with netizens showing a lot of creativity as they shared hilarious pictures.

#ManilaBayChallenge Trends

Last week, netizens flooded social media with angry posts about the crushed dolomite rocks that were dumped along the shores of Manila Bay as part of the beautification project. Many think that the crushed dolomite, passed off as white sand, is not a good thing to put on that spot.

Photo credit: Rappler

But others disagreed, saying that the new look of the Manila Bay, whether due to crushed dolomite rocks or real white sand, is so much better than when it was covered with lots of trash.

On Sunday, authorities temporarily opened the portion with the white sand so people can admire its beauty. Soon, however, things got out of hand as thousands flocked to the spot to take photos, without thought of social distancing.

Photo credit: Pang Koy Tolin / Facebook
Considering that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage, many were alarmed to see so many people taking photos of the white beach, with many not even wearing face masks. The SWAT had to be called in to make people follow the rules but it was clear that so many hard-headed folks had flocked to the spot.

Photos of the tightly packed crowd quickly went viral.

Photo credit: Cyra Quilaneta / Facebook
But netizens soon found a hilarious way to use these photos as the #ManilaBayChallenge went viral. Using photos of the crowd, netizens jokingly added their own beach photos and claimed that these people were taking their photos. LOL.

The posts are quite creative, with many sharing some of their most beautiful beach pictures while others picked the funnies ones.

Photo credit: Ejay Duay / Facebook
Kalma lang guys, Ako lang to oh! 😄✌️🤫. Pki organize nlng po sa social distancing pwde naman po via share-it nlng ang iba 😂😂😂✌️✌️✌️🤪🤪🤪. #manilabaychallenge #DominateChallenge,” one joked.

What is the #ManilaBayChallenge?

Photo credit: DeeYhanna Rose Nerosa / Facebook
The #ManilaBayChallenge dares people to share their beach selfies in a photo collage with a photo of the crowd taking pictures of the ‘white beach’ at the Manila Bay.
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Kid Orders Snacks from Uncle’s Phone, But Shipping Fee is Higher than Snack Price

A kid orders snacks from his uncle’s phone, but the latter was surprised after learning about the order, especially because the shipping fee is higher than the actual snack price! Ouch.

Online Shopping

These days, it is easy for us to buy virtually anything and everything online! There are shops that offer various stuff, ranging from food and items you need at home to big ticket items such as cars and real estate. You can actually buy your own private plane or even your own private island through online transactions.

kid orders snacks from uncle’s phone
Photo credit: Andrew Pascual/ Facebook

But food is among the primary items bought online, especially during the COVID-19 crisis when everyone is forced to stay at home to avoid contracting the virus.

With kids being so tech-savvy these days, one managed to order some snacks on his uncle’s phone. The latter was rather shocked when a rider arrived at their house with the order, only for him to discover that his nephew bought something online – and the shipping fee is much higher than the actual item price. LOL.

kid orders snacks from uncle’s phone
Photo credit: Andrew Pascual/ Facebook

Netizen Andrew Pascual shares some photos taken from his online shopping app, showing what his nephew had ordered: a small pack of Oishi Pillows worth Php8. The kid bought only 1 pack of the choco-filled crackers.

Perhaps the little boy was craving for some snacks but there are no sari-sari stores nearby or perhaps he really just wanted to eat Oishi Pillows at the time. But the kid had no idea how online shopping works and that there’s a delivery fee for the item he bought.

kid orders snacks from uncle’s phone
Photo credit: Andrew Pascual/ Facebook

So, imagine Andrew’s surprise when the rider arrived with the boy’s order. The snack costs just Php8 but the delivery fee is Php69! Whew.

Note: Huwag ipalaro yung cellphone mo sa pamangkin mo 😑,” Andrew advised.

Netizens had a good laugh over Andrew’s experience, but told him he is still lucky that the kid only ordered some cheap snacks.

Such a big help na rin para sa rider. 69 pesos lang naman, buti nga hindi pa 100 piso hehehe,” one netizen wrote.

Seryoso ba iyan? Hahaha. Sana dinamihan na lang ang order para win-win situation. Pero hindi naman lumagpas sa 500 pesos so okay pa rin iyan. Enjoy!” another commented.

Photo credit: Andrew Pascual/ Facebook

How to Avoid Kids’ Accidental Online Shopping Orders

If you let kids use your phone, make sure to logout from online shopping apps and other apps that involve any money or you might be in for a big surprise.

Another option is to hide the apps in a folder; though that’s not fail-safe as kids could still find the app inside the folders! Logging out of the account is still the best option.

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Netizen Shares Impressive Room Transformation as Quarantine Project

A netizen shares the impressive room transformation he did as quarantine project – and the results are simply amazing! The room went from an ordinary one to something that you can truly be proud of having as your room. It’s even comparable to ones on glossy home magazines.

impressive room transformation
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook

Quarantine Project

Netizen Nelo Coloma shared that he always feels amazed every time he enters a hotel room. Because his room at home is really just simple, he had always wished to have a comfortable and nice room to live in.

impressive room transformation
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook

With that in mind, he always tells himself that one day he will also have a room like that. It might not be the same as a hotel room, but it would at least be something that looks almost like one.

impressive room transformation
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook

In a series of photos, Coloma shared that before the transformation, he did not mind what curtain his mom would put on the window as long as it keeps the light out. Perhaps he works on a night shift so he has to sleep at day time.

The room was quite disorganized, with things scattered here and there. His clothes are hung on a rack and the room looks rather drab.

Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook

At first, he thought of just painting the room on his own but realized that is actually hard work. So, he hired some guys to help him out. First, a white base coat was placed on the walls. Then, most of the walls were painted in dark grayish blue. One side is left in white for effect. The ceiling was also painted in white.

Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook

The lights were replaced and mood lights were also added around the room. Instead of tiles, the floor was covered with a nice carpet. The bed was topped with a comforter and some artwork were added on the walls.

impressive room transformation
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook
impressive room transformation
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook

A flat-screen TV now occupies one wall and other lovely furniture pieces were added in the room. It’s amazing that the space looks so much different than it had been before, with just some paint and finishing touches! Wow.

Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook
impressive room transformation
Photo credit: Nelo Coloma / Facebook

DIY Home Renovation

Home renovation projects can be quite expensive, but you could be wasting more money if you do it yourself and you actually have no idea how to do things. It would be a good idea to research on what design you want to copy or make for your house.

Consult an expert, if possible, and hire people to work on more difficult tasks like painting (especially ceilings!) and doing carpentry or masonry work.

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