Browsing Category : Social Media

Bridging the Gap: #DadsWhoPlayBarbie Challenge


Let’s face it, Barbie has had big impact to kids since 1959. The iconic character has been kids’ number one toy on their to-buy list. The company Mattel has expanded from the dolls to the dolls’ clothes, accessories and even houses and cars. Mattel created a campaign called #DadsWhoPlayBarbie to bridge the gap between genders. Allowing how a father and child…

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5 Types of Guys You Encounter on Tinder


Dating apps such as Tinder, Grindr, Skout, have been really popular in our generation today, and there are different types of people on these apps! I’ve been on Tinder for 2 years, and I could say that it hasn’t worked well for me. Maybe because I’m a socially awkward person who hates texting, or maybe because some guys are just…

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Practice Kindness on Social Media, Yeah?


#TCFNoteToSelf Last month, a friend of mine on Facebook posted about her struggles in writing. This friend of mine, let’s call her “Star”, I don’t know her personally, but we’ve had countless interactions online through social media. Star is a smart, well-traveled, and highly educated woman. I stalk her blog every once in a while, because I think she’s a very…

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Life as a Millenial in the Philippines is so Good. Find Out Why!


The Philippine Association of National Advertisers (PANA) defines millenials as “born at the dawn of a new age, between 1980 and 2000.”  If you are between the ages of 20 and 35, you are a millennial. In the Philippines, there are an estimated 26 million ‘Fillenials’, or Filipino millenials. They roughly make up 25% of the population. They are called as…

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Picture of Kid Studying Under Streetlights Go Viral


The picture of a child studying under the streetlights has currently been circulating social media, and has gone viral. Most children these days would prefer playing and gaming with their handheld devices and computers. Not this one kid from Davao. The child in the picture circulating social media is 8-year old Luxury Lumabong. Nagsikap mag-aral yung bata at gumawa nang kanyang…

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Jaywalking Students Recite “Panatang Makabayan” or Sing National Anthem as Punishment


Jaywalking is a violation of crossing or walking in an expressway or in the street illegally. Crossing in pedestrian lanes would not just prevent one from being hit by passing vehicles but also avoiding being penalized. Jaywalking could cost you P500. Would you rather sing Lupang Hinirang or recite Panatang Makabayan?Just recently, a traffic enforcer disciplined jaywalking students in Pampanga by making them choose to…

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This Teen’s Viral Comment Against Duterte’s War On Drugs Is Why We Don’t Deserve Nice Things


This comment posted by Nuke GSM garnered so much attention that it became viral, and not because of any good reasons. This is another controversial statement in a sea of opinions regarding Duterte’s war on drugs, especially in light of the recent buy-bust operation which resulted in the arrest of Karen Bordador and Emilio Lim. More about said comment here.…

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This Gorgeous Girl Has Gone Viral – But For All The Wrong Reasons


This picture of Louis Santos, a soft-spoken, fair-skinned, unassuming girl riding a jeepney, went viral on Facebook earlier this week. One might assume it was because of how gorgeous she looks, but that’s sadly not the case. Louis’s picture has been making internet rounds because she is – apparently – designated male at birth. As such, most Filipino netizens had a…

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The Avengers To Make Sure Pokémon GO Players Follow Rules When In MMDA “Pokémon Gym”!


I’m sure everyone knows  about  the game Pokémon Go, the latest game craze among smartphone and tablet users. The game’s objective is to “capture” Pokémon in the real world by using mobile digital cameras. The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has expressed their concern a month ago, before the game was released in the Philippines regarding what the game may bring. You’ve seen videos of…

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