Your hypocrisy is pissing me the hell off!

You try to impress someone in a bad way, you make them feel BAD about themselves — CRAP.

That is super-duper-extra-mega BULLSH*T to everyone of you who is reading this post.

Nakaka-rindi na talaga, at isa pa, being liberated is not a fucking excuse for someone to be ultra-frank PLUS, telling the truth na parang you’ll make someone feel bad about themselves, pero sila pala ang mababa ang standards.

Nakaka-MINDFUCK ‘yun diba?

At isa pa, akala niyo ba matutuwa pa ako sa mga pinanggagawa niyo sa akin, kahit dati pa!?

HELL NO! FUCK NO! PUKI, HINDI! Nakaka-rindi na talaga. At isa pa, mas nakaka-irita pa kayo kesa sa mga nakaka-away ko/umaaway sa akin. I thought you were my support system, pero bakit pino-point out ninyo ang tunay kong pisikal na kapangitan at ini-insist niyo pa na ganito talaga ako at ganyan!?

(Allow me to cuss, ok?)

PUTANG INA! Ganito ba ako ka-chaka para sa inyo!? Do you think matutuwa ako sa kaka-prangka niyo sa akin na akala niyo, ang tataas ng standards ninyo!? Well, LOOK AT YOUR IDOLS! Ang mga ini-idolo niyo naman, HAMBOG, MAHADERA, MUKHANG YAYA, AT MARAMING ISYU! ‘Yung mga idol niyong ‘yan, karamihan sa kanila’y ini-idolo lang ng mga MANG-MANG, INDIO at mga JEJEMON. Gets niyo ‘yun!?

I guess one of my couz’s (pop’s side — and I have to tell you that most of them are morally-laiden and have HIGHER standards) RIGHT. I should not lash out like, “big nose” to one of my couz’s who is super duper yabang dati kaya ko nasabi ‘yun as a joke (he’s a HE). That couz (that’s a SHE) of mine was right. I should have believed her at the first place.

Well, I guess it’s all about individual differences, ika nga. I guess, I could simply mingle with people with higher standards than lower standards, however, if you just have to adjust to someone’s attitude, it’s all about compromise.

Being too frank and sometimes verbal-clogging (pambabara) is very rude. Bastos ‘yan, however, the hypocritical nature of the typical Filipino would rather praise Anne Hathaway’s alleged diva attitude rather than sympathizing on Ricky Lo’s mistakes.

How dare these people think that being a know-it-all or someone like Anne Hathaway should receive an apology from us Pinoys!? Kiking ina, butt-hurt lang kayo because you simply wanted to watch that Les Miserables film, and get positive feedback. Buti na lang si Lea Salonga, she said that those questions were legitimate. See? That’s how I idolize her in some sort of way. Anne would have learned something from her, at least.

Bantay lang ah, hindi na talaga ako natutuwa sa pagiging ipokrita ng mga hard-to-please kuno.

Seriously, kung mahal niyo ang isang tao, you’d rather sacrifice yourself by not being too honest with yourselves. That’s the problem with most liberated/conservative kuno people. They’re hypocrites. They think that whatever they do, is correct. Pero hindi, eh. Puro na lang diva-divahan ang inaatupag. Parang ako na lang ang napag-iiwanan. Kaya whenever they’re like, “franked” out by some people out there, they feel bad about themselves (to Bashing 101, I know yer outspoken, but please don’t take this against me. Idol pa naman kita, ‘yun nga, give yourself a break, ok?).

Like what Jesus and Confucius profess in their teachings:

Do unto others as you want others to do unto you; do not do unto others as you do not want others to do to you.

That is the golden rule that most hypocrites do not really know. If you think they do not know the most important rule in life:

Demureness in an extreme form of naivete is next to stupidity, and therefore stupidity leads to pestilence.

That is my own motto that I live in from this day on. Increasing your standards does not make you UN-approachable, in fact, it makes you a better person.

Pero sa totoo lang, mas kinakampihan nila madalas ang taong hindi ko naman gusto, or ‘yung mas magkakamali pa sa akin. ‘Di ba, that is SO HYPOCRITICAL. They should know that me, myself, being so harsh to them must be a lesson to them. Nakakarindi na talaga ang pagiging prangka nila na mostly wala sa lugar o nagpapa-impress lang in a not-so-good way.

I seriously dislike people who think that they’re right and others are wrong. Parang kung sino pa ang hindi nila kayang sawayin, ‘yun pa ang tingin nila’y tama.

That is so fucking mind-fucking. Kaya minsan, ayokong makipag-halubilo sa mga manipulador at mga nagmamarunong diyan. S’yempre, masakit lang naman sa bangs ang mga pambabara nila, hindi ba? Madalas, ang pambabara nila ay kabastusan na’t hindi na nakakatuwa. Siguro feeling nila tama sila, pero nakaka-irita na eh. As much as I hate being an iPod repeating one song, I feel that I should correct the wrong right now. It’s never too late, however, I should tell most people that they should shut the EFF up because they’re in Asia, in the Philippines, where people are mostly conscious with their image. As a matter of fact, we are simply like any other Asian country that is more morally-conscious and often lashes back at people who constantly makes total mischief in the society. Kung ‘yun ay naging IDOL mo pa, rather re-think about your set of beliefs or revise it instead, because it does not make you a genuine Asian. Rather, it makes you Westernized (no, I’m not demoting Westernization in the Philippines, I just like to maintain the traditional culture of not being too frank because that is very liberal, very Western for a backwards country) and too liberated — and the choice of words tengene! I would say that we are in the Philippines, so being frank here is not yet widely acceptable. Tanggapin niyo na kasi, wala tayo sa America. If you tolerate frankness rather than a girl doing a first move towards a guy, then you’re saying that you tolerate guys being spoiled, senyorito pero doing the first move as “better”? Sorry kung magulo ah, but we do not tolerate guys being too “spoiled,” “senyorito” and being treated like a prince kasi if it should be a patriarchal (read: patriarchal) country, they should be the ones who are rather pressured, NOT women. ‘Yan ang problema sa Asian culture, eh.

To Filipino families, please pressure your sons, instead of spoiling them more than your daughters. As in, parang you’re making boys more kawawa when they get old, eh, then you’re making women more empowered!? Putang ina! So hypocritical! PWE!

Also, if I were to be asked, I would much more tolerate girls doing the first move, because that is a sign of empowerment. It does not mean that empowered ang babae, liberated na kaagad. I’d say that Asian society should change because if you still treat men like princes, what would they do in the near future? Nothing!? Kesa naman sa ito-tolerate niyo ang pagiging prangka ng ibang Pinoy na nakakasakit naman. Buti pa nga ang mga foreigners kapag prangka sila, at least hindi nakakasakit ng damdamin. Ganun dapat. At least sila, nilulugar kung kailan nila ibubuhos ang kanilang mga emosyon. Sa atin lang talaga ang prangka na wala sa lugar.

wandergirlC of GIRLTalk said:

Hirap sa mga lalaking nakikilala ko, even in my family if I’m honest, men are spoiled in our culture.  Senorito masyado.  Hindi ganon most European guys I know. Parang sa Asia lang ganon.

Not really in Asia. Feeling ko kasi kapag Japanese guy, they would respect your privacy and will not talk negative against you most of the time. From what I have read, Japanese people value privacy and they do not insult one another. Kaya I favor the Japanese way of expressing their feelings rather than being directly honest. Being directly honest is a sign of rudeness to them.

When it comes to quotations, ganito:

I’d rather tell the naked truth and make someone cry, rather than to tell the best-dressed like and make someone smile.

It does not apply in our culture, I have to tell you. Okay, I’d rather be called a bitch rather than to be called a goddess, just in case you do not know, like for instance, if that comes from a random person who sounds pathetic, I’d rather laugh at him/her rather than to get insulted. However, it won’t happen since I’m too conservative and too sensitive for those kind of criticisms.

Kaya nga eh, NOT ALL TRUTHS ARE GOOD TO TELL. That’s the golden rule. It’s not crap, it’s just how you deal with it. Kaya naman, I really like the frankness of most foreign people rather than the frankness of most Pinoys. Very pseudo-liberated to the fact na nakakasakit na. Oh ‘di ba, kung i-lash out din sila, matutuwa nga ba!? Not a chance.

Now that’s the end of the story. Period. Walang comma.

2 thoughts on “Your hypocrisy is pissing me the hell off!

  1. Napansin ko lang, lately, madami nang nagiging “proud” na naking pranka sila, with matching “ginanun ko talaga sya” like it’s something that makes you a better person to call out someone.

    IMO, that only serves a purpose if you know it will benefit the person i.e., mga tao who really needs to hear it from someone before they can realize the truth. Preferably in private. When no one else hears it.

    • Depende parin ‘yun. However, being a “prangkang know-it-all” makes a person more of a hypocrite. Nagpapaka-liberated kuno, if they cannot even tolerate girls doing the first move to a guy. Share ko lang, but it’s based upon my personal experience. Usually, my mother’s side relatives speak out their mind, pero in a way Vice Ganda is doing it.

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