Social Network Archives – Philippines Daily
Netizen Mau Guiab Pastor was cooking breakfast for her family on January 21 and it can be considered are a nightmare.
Netizen Tintin Gonzalez posted pictures of products being sold around Mines View Park in Baguio City. She called the post “Hugot Marketing.”
Cagayan de Oro City Councilor Zaldy Ocon is now facing a six-month suspension for slapping a traffic official for doing his job in 2016.
The Sinulog Festival attracts local and international tourist every year.
Many were wondering why in the heck the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) appointment was always fully booked.
A video that goes viral might ruin people’s glass of milk.
“Wow they attend a holy event and do evil things,” netizen Patrick said in a video uploaded by CNN Philippines that was taken during the procession of the Black Nazarene.
Activist Renato Reyes Jr. cried foul about the alleged fake news, involving his son.
American Youtuber Logan Paul was lambasted by the netizens for posted scenes in the “Suicide Forest” of Japan.
We used to make “papansin” to our crushes even to the point of sending them private messages on their social media accounts.
Meet Babeyboo… An adorable two years old. But, she already has a name for her self.
One night, while entering his home from a party, Ray Klimas stumbled to an unconscious baby squirrel.
Singer Daryl Ong was figured in a car accident on Christmas Day.
‘Lolo Kendi,’ the 79-year-old man from Baguio City, who used to sell sweets for a living is now in need of help after he was rushed to the hospital.
A plumber died after he fell into the underground tank of an office in Makati City, Lyza Aquino of ABS-CBN News reported.
When we shop, we usually look at the price if we can afford a certain product. If not, we will control ourselves and hope to buy it soon.
Cherish Charmaine Interior, the woman in the viral video, also asked the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to dismiss the case against her because of lack of merit.
A woman is so dedicated to finishing her studies that even giving birth didn’t stop her.
A girl, who is only a senior high school, saved her family’s bakery business with just a tweet.