Couples have their terms of endearment for each other, like honey, baby, babe, love, and sweetie but what if your partner suddenly calls you “sis”?
A Twitter user named Jasmine Condeza from Caloocan shared her conversation with her boyfriend who called her “siz” when she answered her boyfriend with a sarcastic joke.
yoe my boyfriend handles me so well I can't even win pic.twitter.com/nLgpjbecFb
— jasmine (@jasbcondeza) June 25, 2019
In an interview with the Dailypedia via a Twitter message, she that before she was called “sis” by her boyfriend, she phoned him with the intention of waking him up because he had been asleep for hours.
Jasmine is the kind of girlfriend who checks on her partner if he is okay. At the time of her call, it was already 9 in the evening.
They chatted for a few hours and didn’t notice that it was past bedtime. Her boyfriend was concerned for her and told her to sleep because he didn’t want her to stay up late mainly because she had to wake up at 3 A.M. to drink her medicine and she had a morning class.
Jasmine answered him in a joking manner, “Wag mo ko utusan.” Unexpectedly, her boyfriend replied “attitude ka siz?” which made her laugh because she was expecting a “more lambing” kind of response like he usually does every time she makes those kind of jokes.
Jasmine and her boyfriend have been together for a year and will celebrate their anniversary this coming August 4.
In this generation of the social media and the internet taking most of our free time, TV shows are still dominating the entertainment scene specially for a developing country like the Philippines where there are still a lot of people who do not have internet access at home.
Specially for the older generation, TV is still their entertainment staple. There have been a lot of shows that have come and gone for different reasons. Some were expected to be taken off the air while the others were surprisingly canceled even though they were top rating. Let’s take a look back at some of our favorite Philippine TV shows that were laid to rest.
Here’s our first list of shows that were canceled on Philippine television.
SOP or Sobrang Okay Pare was GMA 7’s attempt to at least match the show that overthrew GMA Supershow, ASAP (A Sunday Afternoon Party). Alas! Even with its reformatting, it still failed to beat ASAP. Its last episode was aired on February 28, 2010 after 13 years of airing on TV.
The youth oriented show on GMA 7 that replaced the legendary T.G.I.S, Click was cancelled after 5 years because GMA failed to revive the show after the absence of Valerie Concepcion due to her pregnancy.
3. The Buzz
The Buzz, one of the longest running talk shows on Philippine TV just recently said goodbye last April 5, 2015. Boy Abunda said during their final episode, “The world has changed. We need to take a few steps backward to check where we are right now.” It was actually a smart move for the show after 16 years of being on air. We just wonder which show will replace “The Buzz”.