A person who surrenders when he’s wrong is honest. He who surrenders when he’s not sure is wise. He who surrenders even when he’s right is a husband!

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A cute Filipino story: Batang Makulit (A story of positivity, I think.)

May isang batang sobrang kulit. Kahit anong gawin ng ama, hindi pa rin tumitino. Sa galit ng ama, inilagay niya ang bata sa sako at sinabit.

Anak: Itay!!!

Ama: (naawa) Ano?

Anak: Itay!!!

Lumapit ang ama sa sako.

Ama: Ano, titino ka na?

Anak: Paki-swing naman! 🙂

 

 

Translation: There was once a very naughty kid. His father did everything to straighten him up, but still the kid wouldn’t behave. One day his father got really mad, placed him inside a sack, and hanged it to a tree.

Kid: Dad!!!

Father: What?

Kid: Dad!!!

His father went near the sack.

Father: Are you going to be behave now?

Kid: Push the sack so I could swing!!! 🙂

Kung nakakamatay lang ang tingin, siguro kanina ka pa nakaburol.

Translation: If staring could kill, you would be dead by now.

A jealous woman does better research than FBI.

Ang crush, parang Math lang din yan. Kung hindi mo makuha, titigan mo na lang.

Translation: Crushes are like Math problems. If can’t get it, all you can do is stare.

Writing is easy. All you do is stare at a blank sheet of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead.

Sana ang mga lalaki parang cellphone: kusang namamatay ‘pag nagloloko.

Translation: I wish men were like cell phones: automatically dies when faulty.

*Humor lost in translation.*