10 Funniest Pa-soshal Tips from Etiquette for Soshal Climbers
How soshal are you?
(SPOT.ph) The Soshal Network, a hit humor blog by Camille Buhain, Faye Condez, and Vivian Dela Cruz, has released a guide to help readers reach the height of kasoshalan. Etiquette for Soshal Climbers teaches fans the basics of soshalizing, from conquering social media by flatlaying and dealing with bashers, to snagging the style of a certified soshalera by using the Good Morning Towel and a colorful daster.
We round up the funniest tips we saw while leafing through the book!
It's soshal to drop a letter or letters from a word. When you say "alright," it should sound like "awright" or "ayt." When you say "what," it should sound like "wha."
Ang certified soshal mahilig sa hors d’oeuvre…kasi libre.
Give respect to brands. Even if it has nothing to do with the conversation, don’t fail to mention whatever branded item you are wearing.
Gawing black and white ang mga photos at lagyan ng quotes.
The daster adds an unexpected pop of color to your workplace outfit when layered with a crisp white button-down and camel coat.
Landmarks make great IG posts. Pasintabi lang sa mga umiihi.
Welcome comments and criticisms, then thank them.
Don’t let them know the real you. ‘Wag na ‘wag mag-uuwi ng leftovers sa resto.
When visiting a classy hotel or restaurant, make sure everyone knows.
Refuse to speak the language of the masses. Say “seafood” instead of fishball, “theme park” instead of perya, and “Sunday market” instead of palengke.
Etiquette for Soshal Climbers (Summit Books, 2016) is available in bookstores for P250.