Complex problems have simple, easy to understand, wrong answers

BATJAY: i will fucks you a copy of my proposal

AMERIKANO: it’s FAX – “faaaaax”.

BATJAY: sorry. i will faaaax you a copy of my proposal. three shits in total.

AMERIKANO: it’s sheets – “sheeeets”.

BATJAY: packing sheet

AMERIKANO: huh?

18 thoughts on “Complex problems have simple, easy to understand, wrong answers

  1. Learn from the call center agents here sa RP.

    beach-bitch
    heat-hit

    cer’ain-certain (silent T po)
    call cen’er(another missing T)

    Nag technical support engr ako for Linksys sa Eastwood City(subsidiary ng CISCO). My golly, mababaliw ako sa accent ng mga customer…helping them configure their rou’er. Butt spell pa nang first name kapag nahuling you’re spokening Piso instead of Dollars!

    Kaya ngayon sa porn industry na ko…hehee

  2. Sir Batjay,
    Wala na yatang uubra sa accent ng mga Aussies. Before I went here in SG, nakipag-tawagan ako sa Sydney support dun at mahilo-hilo ako sa “A” at “I” nila.

    Diyan daw sa US, kailangan mo raw aralin yung slang nila. My friends who work there even applied for a crash course (paid by company) to learn/speak slang english.

  3. Bat,
    It is one of our irritants with my Caucasian soul friend, the James Bond.
    I would tell him, you want to know how pan de sal tastes like ? and he would correct
    me PEEEEEEEEN de sal as peeeeeen tomime.
    @#$%^&* marunong pa siya.

  4. hihihi…

    e yung kasamahan ni Alma sa ospital na bisaya (no offense sa mga bisaya)

    tinawag yung kasamahan nilang amerikana over the intercom para ayaing kumain. ang pangalan nung kana, Peggy.

    ‘Hey Piggy, you want to eat with me?’

    galit yung kana kasi nagkataong mataba.

  5. hinimatay ako sa katatawa dito!!problema ko nga rin yan e. minsan kasi sabi ko sa kausap ko,”no letters, only catalogs” sabi ba naman “what? no lettuce?only cantaloupes?”saan ka naman yan…ang isang hirap na hirap pa ako e yung spinach rinig nila lagi peanuts, anak ng mani, oo!tuloy hindi ko na sya sinasabi, itinuturo ko na lang yung kahon.hirap dito sa tate no?matanda na ako ng mapunta rito kaya matigas na dila, hindi na maganda diction…

  6. Okay ‘tong blog site mo ‘tol. Panay ang hagikhik to dito sa opis … hehehe.

    Eto naman ang share ko: may Wal-Mart store dun sa may amin … daming mga pinoy/pinay na empleado dun. Minsan, you could hear them make announcements over the PA system that would go something like this:

    Pinay: “Atensyon Wal-Mart shappers … we hab an ongoing sale of cameras and pilms … plis tok to the sale aso-shit (sale associate) at the puto department (photo department) por more inpormesyon.”

    We would literally stop in our tracks when we hear this … hehe. Di mo talaga mapigilan na di matawa.

  7. Sige, batjay, bulabugin mo amerika. hehehe kahit nasaan ka talaga, tunay ka… tunay na bastos. hahahahaha. pucha, kelangan ko matawa. kahit di na halos maka-bloghop sinadya ko pumunta rito at KAILANGAN kong matawa talaga.

  8. kamusta na bossing? o bakit naimbyerna ka na naman? hehehe… cool lang.

    nag aayos pa rin kami ng apartment ni jet kaya itong 2 weeks that we’ve been here has been a blur of activity – bili ng furniture at kabit sa bahay. pagod na, ubos pang pera. hehehe. pero enjoy naman kami.

    masarap dito sa orange county – parang singapore din. malinis at tahimik. you guys would love to live here. pero siyempre. miss ko ang antipolo. but i certainly don’t miss the traffic and the humidity.

    ingat connie!

  9. bossing gigi. thank you. pasang awa daw ako sabi ng taga DMV. mukha nga siyang pinoy eh – at maganda ang penmanship kaya baka pinoy nga. kita kita na lang tayo bukas. excited na kami ni jet.

    ingat!

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