10 Pinoy Movie Lines You Can Use in Life

 

(SPOT.ph) There are Pinoy movie lines that will always stick with us. Who can forget Cherie Gil’s "You’re nothing but a second-rate, trying hard copycat"? Or Nora Aunor’s "My brother is not a pig"? Imagine if you could take all those movies lines you know and love, and apply them to everyday situations. Hello, snappy comebacks!

 

 

Also read: 10 Politico Lines You Can Use for Everyday Problems

 

 

 

When you’re in the MRT during rush hour: "Ayoko nang tinatapakan ako, ayoko ng masikip, ayoko ng mabaho, ayoko ng walang tubig, ayoko ng walang pagkain, ayoko ng putik!"

Maricel Soriano, Kaya Kong Abutin ang Langit (1984)

 

 

 

When you’re late for work...again: "...Hindi mo alam ang mga pinagdaanan ko para makarating dito."

John Lloyd Cruz, You Changed My Life (2009)

 

 

 

When that item you wanted is "out of stock": "Akala mo lang wala...pero meron! Meron! Meron!"

Carlo Aquino, Bata, Bata...Paano Ka Ginawa? (1998)

 

 

 

When something really embarrassing happens: "Erase! Erase! Erase!"

Maricel Soriano, Kung Ayaw Mo, Huwag Mo (1998)

 

 

 

When you’re trying to catch a cab while it’s raining: "Ang mundo ay isang malaking Quiapo. Maraming snatcher. Maagawan ka. Lumaban ka!"

Carmi Martin, No Other Woman (2011)

 

 

When you’re unprepared for a presentation: "The business...is very good. And the office...is very big. And the bank...is very nice."

Eugene Domingo, Kimmy Dora: Kambal sa Kiyeme (2009)

 

 

 

When you’re trying to stick to your diet: "Hindi lahat ng nagpapasaya sa atin ay tama. Pero ang tama ay marahil masakit sa umpisa, pero siguradong sa huli tayo ay mapapaligaya."

Maricel Soriano, A Love Story (2007)

 

 

 

When it’s too hot outside: "It’s Ms. Manila Sunshine, not Ms. Manila Sun Stroke."

Jennifer Cortez, Temptation Island (1980)

 

 

 

When your friend is always late: "... Respetuhin mo naman ako bilang kaibigan. Kung hindi naman, respetuhin mo ako bilang tao."

Vilma Santos, Relasyon (1982)

 

 

 

When you’re stuck in traffic: "Kung hindi tayo kikilos, sino ang kikilos? Kung hindi ngayon, kailan pa?"

Vilma Santos, Sister Stella L. (1984)

 

 

Also read: 10 Politico Lines You Can Use for Everyday Problems

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