Quotes of the Week: Solenn Heussaff on marriage, Nicanor Faeldon on Mocha Uson's "appointment" + more
The city's most interesting sound bites.
(SPOT.ph) The 911 national emergency hotline was officially launched this week, and prank callers had a lot of time on their hands to hold up the lines. Meanwhile, the war on drugs continues and politicians are taking sides. In the entertainment world, ex-lovers are back in each other's arms (sort of) and radio fans bid goodbye to a morning buddy.
Here are the rest of the week's highlights, in quotes!
“I don’t know how to wake up without looking forward to the show.” — Delamar Arias on leaving The Morning Rush.
We're big fans of Top 10s.
"Her blog is active. I’m sure she can help. Wala siyang bayad. She is willing to help in the name of public service.” — Bureau of Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon on reports that Mocha Uson will be "appointed" social media consultant to the BOC.
This really happened.
"Bakit maraming pinapatay ngayon? Actually, kakaunti pa...Kailangang matigil ang droga at kailangan po mawala na ang ibang pusher.” — Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano on drug-related killings.
How long will this go on?
"The 13th month pay is gobbled up by Christmas expenses. We need extra earnings in the middle of the year to help in school and medical expenses." — Sen. Tito Sotto proposing mandatory 14th month pay.
Hearing Sotto say something sensible is like seeing an animal walk on its hind legs. We should all cherish this moment.
“Let the taxpayers breathe, you are collecting their money after all.” — Finance Sec. Carlos Dominguez on lowering income taxes.
We’ve been holding our breath for too long.
“One hundred seventy unresolved or unsolved murder cases in a month is just too large a number.” — Panfilo Lacson suggesting an investigation on summary killings by vigilante groups.
"Sabi ko, 'I love you so much,' tapos sabi niya sa akin, 'You're beautiful, babe.'" — Liza Soberano on meeting Selena Gomez.
So much prettiness in one room!
“Minahal mo ba talaga ko?” — Gerald Anderson to Bea Alonzo.
To which Bea replied, “Sobra. More than you’ll ever know.” Muling ibalik…
“Marriage is not supposed to be the end of your life. Marriage is not supposed to be suicide.” — Solenn Heussaff on marriage.
That is, if you're married to the right person.
“I’m obviously in love, so if people want to say I’m gay, that’s great.” — Cara Delevigne on gender labels.
Out and proud!
Art by Criselda Carreon, with photos from PEP.ph, screenshots from Facebook fan pages, various TV show videos, news clips, and images used by fans in YouTube slideshow videos.