Gone are the days of freedom and it seems that people have already welcomed a whole new thought of living: by judging people. People these days would do anything and everything just so they could feel better about themselves, they'd even go to the extent of judging people just to make themselves look better.
Now, a Facebook user has recently posted a couple of photos of a grocery shopper. At first, you'd see nothing wrong with it, but then, it's the caption that makes this post all wrong! The post shows a woman shopping at the grocery with her shorts and a tube, covering her breasts. The post also came with the caption: "Kapag kayo ang nakakita ng ganito sa KCC na nagogrocery, ano ang magiging reaction niyo?"
While some people find this entertaining, some people also find this quite offensive, especially to the part of the woman who just wore what she wanted to wear.
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A Facebook user named Emjay Llerena was furious after seeing the viral post. On her Facebook post, she claims that she has never been involved in any public debates online but this post is really offensive, plus, she was triggered.
She wrote: "I never, repeat, NEVER engage in public debates. Even commenting on an entertaining and harmless post from a page is not my thing.
But THIS, triggered mo ako te. This is downright ignorant and puts the person in an embarrassing position. For what cost? Just because she felt that that day she looked pretty or cool or just felt good in a tube top?
Binisaya kasi baka ma-smart-shame tayo porket hindi tayo smart kasi nag-English.
Ugh grabe. I still have so much more to say but for what. Haaay.
Ps. Ini-specify pa talaga na KCC. Jusko kilala nga ng mga taga Mindanao ang isa't-isa, yan pa kaya na taga-Gensan area lang."
She also posted a screenshot of her comment where she condemned the netizen who wrote the offensive post. She took notice of the way the netizen pulled down the woman just because he thought that it was inappropriate to wear a tube in a grocery store.
She wrote: "Ms. Ariane. Kung ako sa'yo, take down the post. Who gave you the right to judge somebody by the way she dressed? Mas mabuti pa siya kasi hindi siya nangingialam sa iba. Ikaw? Pinost mo to ng walang pag-aalinlangan at hindi man lang nag-isip na sobrang liit ng GenSan at makakarating to sa kanya at sa pamilya niya. Just to feel better about yourself you'll go out of your way to shame someone?
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Kaya hindi umuunlad ang Pilipinas kasi panay kayo sa pangingialam sa iba. May maganda pa yata ugali ni ate eh. Do you seriously want to condemn our already underdeveloped country to a society where women cannot wear anything they want? Cannot express themselves? I can go to all lenghts of discussing why this is an ignorant post. No different than that statement 'She's asking to be raped with those clothes' But seeing that you bask in the mileage your post has reached, any argument or call of empathy to the person in subject will be useless.
God bless Ms. Ariane. And if you pray and go to church, then this is ironic sa pinapakita mong pagka-judgemental."
Meanwhile, some netizens believe that the woman was on her way to the bay and just stopped by to get something to eat.
Via: ManilaReaders Facebook