8 Hilarious Pinoy Mom Lines Every Filipino Kid Will Relate To

8 Hilarious Pinoy Mom Lines Every Filipino Kid Will Relate To

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The family is the basic unit of the community. Our family plays a vital role in our upbringing, personality and character.

Every family has its unique way of nurturing. But when it comes to Filipino moms, it seems that there’s always a common factor. From witty mama-lines to plain memorised-by-heart sermons, we’ve listed the top 8 most common and funny lines Pinoy moms say that every kid can relate to:

1. “Anong akala mo sa akin, nagtatae ng pera?”

This line is without fail every time you ask your mom for your allowance or just a few extra pesos.

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