While it is true that there are thousands of kind, inspiring teachers who are patient with their students, most of us have come across the ‘terror’ kind who seem to take pleasure in making their students squirm in class.
These ‘terror’ teachers are hated by the students because they don’t just give out low grades, they also seem to enjoy shaming their students in class over what many would consider as trivial things. There are also those teachers who force their students to buy the items they are selling or give them no choice but to pay the overpriced ‘xerox copy’ fee.
But students are also human beings. They have feelings – and young people are still unsure of how to deal with their feelings! This is something that many teachers should take into consideration.
What if students could fight back and rant against their teachers, telling them the truth about what they exactly feel? Is that even possible, without receiving a failing mark for the subject?
Facebook page VinCentiments, the official social media account of the SAWAKAS theater group behind the viral short films you have most likely seen on Facebook, has come up with one of its most controversial pieces yet.
In the clip, a teacher could be heard taunting a student who appeared to be dumbstruck and unsure of what to answer. The teacher kept asking the student to answer, taunting her about not being to do the assignment.
Everyone knew from experience that no matter what the teacher says, you should probably just keep quiet so as not to make matters worse but this student suddenly turned into full ‘beast most’.
She angrily told the teacher that she still had a lot of things to do at home, lots of other responsibilities she had to work on before she even had time to do the assignments and projects on these ‘minor’ subjects.
The student slammed the teacher’s classroom policies, many of which were something that most students could relate with (especially those studying in public schools).
At this point, some of her classmates were snickering and smirking but everyone was surely inwardly clapping over this brave student’s rant against the teacher.
But surely, this angry rant will have a negative impact on the student, right? Well, the ending was rather surprising but reflects the #KPL (kung pwede lang) theme.
Watch it here:
"KPL"Kung Pwede LangA @Darryl Yap ShortFilmPara sa Gurong tinuruan kang maging malakas at matibay; pinapahiya ka tuwing bumabagsak ka sa pagsusulit pero hindi mo naman siya pinahiya kahit hindi pa siya pumapasa sa board exam.Now, a simple short film shot and edited in 6 hours by SAWAKAS SHORTS and VinCentiments main man Vincent L. AsisThis is SAWAKAS AGAW-EKSENA PROJECT,translating original stage performances to short films.Starring SAWAKAS PAST ACTORS GUILD PRESIDENT Loren Montemayor MarinasTEAM | Lhance Jeweel Lintag Aldhen Padilla Janelle Kae Atenia Michael D Catindig Maristle Crisella Ledda Maxyn Nicole Co Ching Jellai Joenelle Francis Alegado Viviene S. Nanquil Eunice Sese Diestro Steven Hans Lopez Neil Villanueva Jobelyn Marie Manuel Arel Kian U. Ebana and with the special participation of Direk Roanna Marie Mercado Special thanks to Romeo Sanchez for the song "Putang ina mo song"#KPL #AGAWEKSENA8This is a non profit project.No copyright infringement.
Posted by VinCentiments on Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Seller Goes Viral for “Angry” Reviews to Prove Products’ Durability
A seller goes viral for “angry” reviews to prove his products’ durability – and customers love it! He’s also gaining fame as a content creator in the process because of his unique content. Win-win situation, yes?
Seller Goes Viral for Unique Marketing Strategy
When you’re buying something online, you want to make sure that it’s exactly the way it is described and that it’s durable. After all, there are so many unscrupulous sellers out there who post pics or vids of great products but send you something that totally different from what they advertised.
But you’d have to buy the products being endorsed by Jomar Yee, a TikToker who’s making a name for himself with “angry” reviews that prove these products’ durability.
In his product reviews, Jomar is known to smack on the item, slam it on the floor, smash it on the wall, or even stomp on it repeatedly.
While reviewing a bag product, he “angrily” pulls the zipper back and forth.
To prove that a basin is durable, he even stomped on it several times, pushed it back to its original shape, then stomped on it again.
OH BAKA HINDI PADIN KAYO MANIWALA!? WAG NYO KO GIGILIN JAN!
Reviewing an umbrella meant shaking it back and forth, reminiscent of the strong stormy winds that you might encounter – and the product survived that without breaking.
Many of his videos are now making waves on social media, with lots of netizens praising the product reviews (and the products themselves).
ANO PANG REVIEW GUSTO NYO NANG MATIGIL KAYO JAN!! GO!
While many netizens are saying that they’re enjoying his videos, some have also bought the products.
Although some were also skeptical and said that these are likely fake reviews and he’d send less quality products just like other online sellers, some of those who actually bought the products commented that these were, indeed, as durable as Jomar had reviewed.
Replying to @JOC Thrifts OH WAG NYO KONG ANUHIN JAN MAGSIBILE KAYO! GO!
Which of his product reviews did you like best?
There are many different wants to market your products – and being unique is something that can truly make you stand out from the competition. That’s exactly what Jomar was able to achieve.
While there are already so many sellers using TikTok as a platform to expand their customer base, it seems that he’s the first to conduct reviews in this manner.
Whamos Pranks His Mom, Makes Her Sign St. Peter Application
Whamos pranks his mom with a St. Peter plan application. She’s furious at first, but netizens think it’s a good idea – and urge Whamos to actually push through with getting the plan.
What do you think?
Whamos Pranks His Mom with a St. Peter Plan Application
There are many things that Filipinos are uncomfortable talking about because they’re either a taboo topic or something that’s filled with superstition.
For example, many people don’t save money because of the superstitious belief that someone in the family will get sick if they do that.
Losing life and arranging wakes are also filled with a lot of superstitions – so much that so many people are terrified of getting a memorial plan because they fear that something bad might happen to that person because they’re preparing for that moment.
For these people, if people urge them to get a memorial plan, it’s akin to wishing that they’ll actually be using that plan soon!
So, imagine the fright felt by the mother of social media star Whamos Cruz when he asked her to fill out an application for a St. Peter life plan.
Whamos recently went viral and earned praise online for getting a life insurance plan for his baby, but St. Peter life plan is something else, of course.
His mom’s reaction shows exactly what so many Filipinos think, but Whamos keeps explaining that it’s good for them to be ready for anything because you never really know what happens in life. It didn’t help that he also kept joking that they might need it for her next year.
His mom said that she’s 46 years old.
Still, despite being unhappy with the idea, she agrees to sign the application with everyone’s help.
Although it might just be a prank, many netizens urge Whamos to actually submit the application. They explained that getting a life plan doesn’t mean you’re wishing somebody ill because it’s really just a practical thing to do.
Advantages of Getting a Memorial Plan
Like other pre-need plans, getting a memorial plan can be cheaper than when you have to pay for it in full at the time you or your family needs it.
Also, you’re likely to get the price locked in for the cost of the memorial services at the time you got the plan. If in case the costs go higher, you can receive the same services but paid a much lower amount than the prevailing rates.
Some plans also offer a “money-back” promo so that if you don’t use the plan after a certain number of years (St. Peter offered this for some plans after 15 years), then you get the amount equivalent to the money your paid, but the plan is still valid and can be used even after you get your money back.
Video of Bride’s Grand Entrance Goes Viral after Door-Opening Struggle
The video of a bride’s grand entrance to the wedding recently went viral after the dramatic moment was slightly delayed by the door-opening struggle.
Though the wedding coordinators had previously tested the door, they had a difficult time opening it when they actually needed to do it during the bride’s actual entrance. Oooops.
Good thing the bride was a good sport and simply laughed it off.
Bride’s Grand Entrance Slightly Marred by Door-Opening Struggle
It is said that the bride is the central and main character in the wedding – and the groom is really just the second place because it’s her time to shine.
Of course, that’s debatable but it’s also true that many couples splurge on the bride’s wedding gown, hair and makeup, and accessories – and it’s even an unwritten rule that no one else should wear a white dress to avoid taking the limelight from the bride.
Also, the bride gets to have her grand entrance after everyone else in the entourage had taken their walk down the aisle.
But not everything goes as planned.
Bride Ghie Anne Marie Cioco was about to enter the church in Masbate City for the wedding, but the doors refused to cooperate.
The wedding coordinators had wanted the moment to be dramatic, so they closed the doors after the entire entourage had entered. But though they tested them beforehand, the heavy doors refused to budge.
It took some time before they were finally able to get the doors open – and we’re wondering whether the people inside were thinking that the bride might have ran away. LOL
Zye Lee explained that the old doors were really finicky and had to be pulled in a certain way to get them opened.
And while they were puzzled why the doors refused to open for several seconds, they were thankful that the bride handled the situation with grace and was laughing as they struggled – then quickly entered when the door finally opened.
Lee joked that the bride was afraid the doors might close again. LOL.
Here’s the video:
Making a Grand Wedding Entrance
It’s always a grand entrance for brides in a church wedding because they enter last – right after the flower girls.
During the wedding reception, however, there are many ways that the couple can make their grand entrance. One favorite way of doing this is for the couple to dance their way in.
Others have also done a grand entrance to the wedding or reception by singing or doing a certain performance.