Realme is one of the hottest phone brands in the country today. Its products are geared more towards gaming, which is a large chunk of the mobile phone market. Plus the prices are really friendly.
Realme decided to release an advertisement on Father’s Day which gave people the feels.
The two-minute video showed how Filipino fathers impact the lives of their children.
“Happy Father’s Day to the man of our hearts, thank you for all the ways you go above and beyond every day for us. Thank you for always believing in us and being there for us in every step of the way. We are so grateful to be sharing your life and love with a wonderful man like you.”
The video first shows a kid shooting hoops but couldn’t get one in.
So his father came in and helped him with his jump shot.
“Ang swerte naman namin. Dad thank you for believing in me”.
It also showed how a child video chatting with his Father because he couldn’t be around.
“Dad thank you for believing in me, and also being strong for me”.
The video also showed that not all dads are males, single mothers are fathers too.
“Ma, happy Father’s day”.
Being a father requires no specific orientation, as the ad also showed a gay couple raising their son.
“Thank you because no matter what happens you’re still proud of me.”
The video reminded netizens of their own fathers.
“Happy Fathers Day, pop! I hope your happy w/ mom in heaven!!! Thanks for everything!”
“Happy fathers day. I’m crying wish I’ll just go with my dad [when] my mom and dad broke up.”
People these days go on social media to show their appreciation for somebody they know on their special day.
Richie Castillo, a netizen, took it to another level.
It was Richie’s dad’s 50th birthday. She expressed how proud she is of her dad for reaching this milestone, given that he suffers from Down Syndrome. People with this condition usually have shorter lifespans compared to the average.
“You turn 50 today and I am so blessed that you continue to live such a long and beautiful life. Doctors are still amazed by it! I want the whole world to know how proud I am that you are my dad.”
She detailed how she was bullied back in grade school because of how her dad looked different from the average individual. The term ‘abnormal’ was often thrown at her.
Richie always ended up confused as she did not understand the whole tragedy of the situation at first. All she saw was her dad, nothing more, nothing less.
As she grew older, she finally had an understanding of why she was picked on, and that made her a ‘coward’.
“I didn’t understand why they were making fun of me and calling me abnormal. I understood this later on and it made me a coward. But you deserve more than the coward daughter that I am. You deserve love.”
She went on and said that her dad is the strongest person out there as he would never complain about surgeries, getting poked by needles on a regular basis, and being on dialysis.
“You are the strongest because after all those surgeries, procedures and nights at the hospital, you managed to say, ‘Wa ko mahadlok mamatay kay ni salig ko sa Ginoo (I’m not afraid because I trust in the Lord).'”
Richie also detailed how her dad has never been afraid of anything, but she would break down every time she saw him suffering from pain.
“Hearing those words ‘Kapoy na. (I’m tired)’ or ‘Sakit kaayo. (It really hurts)’ made me cry for days and I couldn’t bear going back to the hospital anymore.
“If there is one thing I regret, it is hiding you from my life because I’m still the same little kid who was afraid of getting bullied.”
She goes on to mention that she admires her dad for his faith in his God and his ability to put a smile on everyone’s face.
Her post almost has 160k likes.
“Happy birthday to your dad! He looks dashing in a tux. I hope his health improves and his smile continues to brighten everyone’s day.”
“Happy 50th birthday to your dad!! May God continue to bless him and heal him in Jesus’ mighty name!”
“Happy birthday Daddy❤️ you are created to be a blessing & an inspiration to many”
“Beautifully written, Chin! Happy birthday, Uncle Richard! “
“thanks for sharing this mam. I always miss my Papa. He’s now in heaven but still I’m in pain because I will never see him again. I miss you Papa”
Fathers are not all the same. Just like our mothers, some fathers may be sweet, serious-minded, or commonly strict. Being the first men in our lives, fathers always make it a point we would all grow up strong and capable; their wisdom is always something worth acquiring, yes. They gave us the care and guardianship a superhero would give, ensuring we would grow up to become superheroes ourselves.
However, now that we’re all grown up, we spend less and less time with these men who gave us the life lessons we need to gear us up in the world as adults.
Watsons recently released a video for Father’s Day to remind us that before all these superheroes from comic books and movies, we already have a superhero in our lives – our fathers. Here are some of Watson’s tips on how to keep our fathers happy on their special day!
To learn more about the video, visit the Watsons Philippines Facebook page and @watsonsph on Instagram. To learn more about Watsons, visit http://www.watsons.com.ph
This coming Sunday, June 15, is a very special day for our beloved fathers for us to honor them, give importance and show them love. Father’s Day brings tears to my eyes as this very special day draws near, and my own beloved Father has passed on. I still cannot believe five years have gone by – as the pain is still almost unbearable. I am thankful for all the memories which helps me to stay positive, keeping my dear Father alive by honoring his memory.
Today, I will share to you this video teaser from Nokia Philippines featuring three celebrity fathers who talk about #UncompromisedFatherhood. These three fathers in three very demanding jobs, talking about uncompromised fatherhood and the importance of communication, and connecting with their respective kids. #UncompromisedFatherhoodIn any profession and any field, performing at your best always matters. Uncompromised performance, especially for those who have other people depending on them, is expected. Find out more this Father’s Day, June 15, 2014.