You are found ” OA” as in overacting if you grumble that you were loveless last Valentine’s Day. You are not far different from people who are likely to experience seasonal depression during holiday seasons, especially on Christmas holiday. We tend to feel blues and idealistic when we find that others luckier in life we think of than us have a good time with their loved ones. So, many loveless people are bitter. Here are their common lines:
“When it is the last day of January , some wish it were March when they woke up. “
They seem to be allergic to February.
” Happy Single’s Awareness Day.”
Ouch! I was!
“Some turn sour and grape saying that although they are single on that day, they will get a salary the following day. “
Hahahahahah … Money is love.
But, the most common bitter line is :
” Walang Forever “
In short, we are all “ ampalaya” ( bitter gourd). Oops-a-daisy… in effect, we should be sensible. Let us not teach ourselves to be off our rocker. Otherwise, we will be labeled stupid love. Surround ourselves with rational friends, or someone who will knock the living daylights out of us . Also, read self-help books to understand our selves.
Senyora Santibanez‘s posts on her Facebook fan page are highly-recommended and timely. But be ready to be culpably insinuated. I am pretty sure you would be guilty for her head-bashing reality-checks.
Senyora Santibanez or known now as Senyora is an anonymous Facebook fan page which has now approximately 2 million followers. In effect, it is just for fun because the admin intends to publish derogatory posts about everything under the sun which followers and readers might find witty and jocular. In light of its sensational popularity on social media, it successfully published a book LAKOMPAKE and has been sold like a cake.
The title of the Facebook fan page was inspired by the villainous character of Angélica de Santibañez ( Chantal Andere ) in Marimar, a Mexican telanovela which became sensational among televiewers around the world. The character is known for her pouring scorn on the main character.
LAKOMPAKE is short for Wala Akong Pake.( I don’t care.) , a colloquial, vulgar in effect , Filipino expression to retort something what a person says. It is synonymous with the English expression ” I don’t mind.” in a rude way.
Since Senyora is known for her insulting and disapproving remarks , I should be upset about the book. In fact, most of its contents could be found cringing and annoying such as that the book, according to her , is dedicated to all those tramps whom she has fooled into agreeing with her megalomaniac and pulchritudinous hubris. However, rather than be upset about her narcissism, I found the book hilarious. Yes, I was so convulsed with laughter by her eye-opening thoughts that I fell off my chair and wanted to hit my student with it. Therefore, her book adds up: It makes sense. Don’t underestimate it if you are not much fond of this kind of read. I was exhilarated by her effort to rectify us about dealing with love and social status.
Senyora’s famous derogatory word is “ Pwe!” It is an onomatopoeic word to figuratively describe the sound of spitting at a person you look down on.
Pwe , if you are stupid at love.
Pwe, if you are a kind of a lover bitching around with someone you like.
Pwe, if you pretend to be rich.
And …Pwe, if you still pretend to be a ” paminta” ( peppermint). (laughs)
In short, be yourself and sensible. That’s what Senyora wants us to learn from her book. There is a method to her madness. (laughs)
To do justice to her delusional beauty, with no offense, Senyora made sure that her pieces of advice are scholarly, factual , and empirical as what the book suggests. So, readers can not just refute her derogatory tirades. Laban? (Fight?)
For the past four months LAKOMPAKE has still remained one of National Book Store’s best-sellers for Philippine Non-Fiction . In short, Senyora’s beauty is still “kabog” (ostentatious) . Her too much pride in her beauty has something fierce. (laughs)
For Senyora, I rate it 3/ 5 stars. I liked it. Is it fair? 🙂