10 Funny Pinoy Memes That Will Really Make Your Day

10 Funny Pinoy Memes That Will Really Make Your Day

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Humor has always been a huge part of Filipino culture, and in today’s age of social media and the internet, there’s no better way to make people laugh than with the power of memes.

Filipinos will make memes out of everything, from teleserye scenes and movie quotes to funny tweets and viral videos. Here are 10 of the most famous memes that Filipinos love using all the time.

1. Inhaling Seagull

This popular inhaling seagull meme originated from a 10-second Youtube video of a seagull throwing its head backwards and forwards.

Although the seagull looks like it’s actually laughing in the video, Pinoys have used it as a meme to express irritation or anger.

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