10 Ways On How To Survive A Filipino Family Reunion

10 Ways On How To Survive A Filipino Family Reunion

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The holidays are just around the corner, and that means you should start preparing for those eye-cringing and annoying questions thrown at you during family reunions.

In attempts to catch up for lost time, relatives sometimes can’t help but ask unfiltered questions – and you can’t really blame them for it. While some are creative enough to give witty answers, majority still find themselves speechless or stuttering for responses.

To help you face your family reunions with confidence, we’ve listed here some of the most common annoying questions relatives ask you, along with the wittiest responses.

Here are they:

1. How to answer: “Kelan ka mag-aasawa?”

“Actually mamaya po, pagkatapos natin dito sa simbahan na po ako dederetso.”

“When it’s legal for everyone to get married. Charoot!”

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