Sunday, March 9, 2008

Whose head should I demand for this?



And she won??!

That's recently crowned Bb. Pilipinas-World Janina San Miguel during the pageant's interview portion. I'm sorry, but if this girl is going to represent the Philippines in an international beauty pageant, I want her F's and P's in place and her subject-verb agreement corrected.

If no amount of training will suffice, for the love of God, provide the girl with an interpreter!

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10 comments:

watson said...

Nabalitaan ko nga ito. Grabe.... hindi kaya nagkamali sila sa computation? Supposedly isa pa naman tayo sa mga highly-educated countries sa Pinas!

joyfulchicken said...

She won? This raises an important question: how freaking bad were the other finalists?

doyouluvit said...

naiiyak ako sa hiya for her.

lei said...

watson it's all over the news na din nga.

joyfulchicken yes, she did win. no i think she had the worst answer. lol

doyouluvit sana naman she makes it up sa ms world in UKR.

Kirsten said...

I saw this!!! I didn't know what to do ... laugh or cry. She's 17 and one of the Tough 10... I really thought it was some kind of group or something... until I realized... it was her P and F's mixing up.

may said...

i totally reccomend interpreter. it is not an issue to have one, but to try hard and fail in answering the question because she has no clue what is being asked is undeniably embarassing.

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{illyria} said...

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dr_clairebear said...

i've always wondered by we Filipinos have always refused an interpreter in these international tilts... if it's because of our pride at being a largely English speaking country, the thought of this poor girl trying to speak her kind of English in public is not exactly a source of pride.

That is, assuming she gets as far as the interview. Sorry if I'm being catty, but it's true!