Are you even a Filipino if you don’t know this famous line said by Bea Alonzo in Four Sisters and A Wedding?
On September 9, one of the top Twitter trends in the Philippines is the #bakitparangkasalananko which I presume is quoted from the 2013 rom-com hit, Four Sisters and A Wedding directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.
One of the most famous and used lines of the film is “Pero bakit kasalanan ko, parang kasalanan ko?
” said by Bobbie Salazar which was played by Bea Alonzo.
After the sudden surge of tweets using the hashtag #bakitparangkasalananko, we’ve gathered some of the best reads of the night:
When you explain something after someone says they don’t get it:
— icon jen (@iconjen) September 8, 2019
This one hits home:
I can’t emphasize how many times I’ve experienced this in group works:
Same. I don’t get people who get mad at you when they don’t even know you at all:
Oh, the never-ending “edi ikaw na”:
When you’re literally just tryna help:
Cm: "shet d ko gets yung lesson sa math"
Me: "I'll teach you"
Cm: "hala pabibo uy"#bakitparangkasalananko
— pawerpol🕶️ (@pawerpol) September 9, 2019
Pano naman kita ipaglalaban, masaya ka sakanya, i cant just ruin your happiness. You choose to be happy and I'm happy for that. #BakitParangKasalananKo
— hao (@7rikive_) September 9, 2019
“I don’t want to see myself breaking down and can’t get up”
#Bakitparangkasalananko that I teach myself not to be easily affected to problems. When it serves as my defense mechanismn not to get hurt. I don't want to see my self breaking down and can't get up.
— ⟭⟬ SihyukBang's Faen ⟭⟬ (@vantae_jeon) September 9, 2019
Blame rapists. Do not blame the victims.
— Dexturrr (@JDexturrr) September 9, 2019
When you’re the one taking photos during the holiday season or on vacations:
— icon jen (@iconjen) September 9, 2019
What’s your #bakitparangkasalananko moment? Share them in the comments section!