There are many things to titillate our minds about this country, even as we just zoom along going anywhere. As many travelers say, “it’s not just the destination, it’s also the way going there". Here are some I caught along Cebu’s north road:
Okay, many of us know that letter “e” weirdly carrying two dots on its head is called with an equally weird name: “diaeresis” (sometimes “dieresis”) or “umlaut”. This is used in a few languages. Common to Filipinos might be English, French, Dutch, Latin and some others. But in whichever language you pronounce “Unëëk”, you could twist your tongue and might as well die laughing.
English: Yon-e-e-kay? Yon-e-ek? Un-e-e-kay? Un-e-ek?
French/Dutch: Yon-we-wek? Un-we-wek?
Latin: Yon-uh-uhk? Un-uh-uhk?
Uh, uh.. ahaka ning kabayutan, naglabad akong ulo!
And here’s another.., notice anything catchy at this drugstore’s frontage?
Now, now, now bungaw... Just how does one really flush a bowl?! If you do become successful in this act (ever), what will others use then? Na-flush mo na e!
Ah dis1 I lyk! Txt lingo!
Yun lang naman :) Scenes to exercise my brain on the way to exercising my soul, on this, a hot sunny 30th Sunday of 2013! Stay tuned. There will be more. Pramis!