Miss: oh sunny
Sunny: oh miss, holla Jean Doe
Sunny: Jean Doe the “Maharot”, lol
Miss: you’re harassing me, nuisance
Let’s define the term “maharot”. I “goggled” (slang term if you used the google’s search engine) about it and obviously there’s no exact definition of that word, it’s just my idiot feat. So basically “mararot” is a slang pinoy term for a flirtatious act. This isn’t only used for women but also for men. This word was also exploited as an album title of a pinoy rock band. Based from the context on how I used “maharot” in our yak was only to describe her characteristics of being teasing. She said that her “true” personality is entirely different from how she project on the chat world. That’s it.
The virtual world of “chat” is different from the world according to your angle of reality. Why so serious honey? I just made my objective remark; my point is neither an absolute statement nor a reduction of her personality. Then after some sorts of negotiations (lol), the issue proceeded to insensitivity. The simple equation was formulated, objective remark equals to insensitivity. On that ground, I quit the convo because it was totally pointless!
A slap of reality
My pointless points are here: we usually associate objective remarks to insensitive remarks because the frigging reality hurts and we don’t want gobble it. Reality hurts amigo! In the context of sociology, most pinoys are not used to direct/objective comments; we want the candy thing that’s why it’s hard to digest reality in an instant. And obviously some want their
achy heart to jump off from their chests and then slap their cold faces with a boiling reality. Whew! That’s all, another dose of thoughtless thoughts.
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