Throwback to 2016, Vice President Leni Robredo had a short-lived stint as a member of the cabinet. That didn’t last long.
The term “irreconcilable differences” was the keyword from Malacanang why it didn’t work out. So for News Hugot 2, here are terms from that time in 2016 that can also be applied in daily life. Real life is better than the best telenovelas.
“As a Cabinet member, the Vice President is expected to be a team player where differences in policies and issues are discussed during Cabinet meetings. The President in turn respects any decision agreed upon by his Cabinet. Recent events, however, showed the differences between the President and the Vice President as becoming irreconcilable and public.” — Malacanang
Niligawan ka through phone call. Nakipag-break sayo through text. Nakakasira rin ng relasyon ‘yang technology.
‘Yung hindi ka hihiwalayan nang harapan pero may mga kakaibang galawan para ikaw na mismo ang kumalas.
‘Yung pag-anunsyo ng hiwalayan sa social media.
“Kahit kailan, di mo ako ginawang katuwang. Ginawa mo akong katuwaan.” (via Rico Alonzo)
“Leni, go! Leni, go! Can’t hold it back anymore!” – Frozen (via Raph Adiao)
“I was never your partner, I am just your VP! Kaya ‘di moko nirerespeto!” – Madrasta (via Jinky Tallod)
‘Di lang pala sa mga millennial uso.
“It is with a heavy heart that I accept the resignation of Vice President Leni Robredo.” – Pres. Duterte
Ang heavy heart, alternatibo sa three-month-rule. Kung talagang papalitan mo na agad, heavy heart na lang.
Para sa mga gustung-gusto na makipaghiwalay pero hindi dapat ipamukha.
Pwede ring mabigat na talaga loob sayo, simula pa lang.
[Entry 188, The SubSelfie Blog]