Monday, August 31, 2009

Walang nakapansing mali

Setyembre na! Pasko na! Papasok na ang buwan ng nagtatapos sa 'er'. Sa Pilipinas, sigurado akong mamayang madaling araw, may magpapatugtog na ng awit Pamasko. At sigurado rin ako na 'Pasko Na Sinta Ko' ni Gary V ang patutugtugin nila. Ito na nga marahil ang pambansang pamaskong awit ng Pilipinas, kahilera siempre ng iba pang mga klasikong awitin gaya ng:

1. Ang Pasko ay Sumapit ni Ka Levi Celerio
2. Miss Kita Kung Christmas ni Susan Fuentes
3. Christmas in Our Hearts in Jose Mari Chan

E, hindi naman tungkol dito ang aking post.

Kaninang umaga, habang pinagmamasdan ko ang aking office diary dahil sa papalapit na pagbabagong buwan, napansin ko ang larawang ito sa Setyembre: isang paalala sa tamang pagmamaneho.

Pero pansinin mo, may mali sa advert nila.


Ano iyon? Sige na, kabayan, pag-isipan mo. Pagkatapos ay mag-iwan ka sa akin ng mensahe. Sa ika-5 ng Setyembre, sasabihin ko kung ano iyong maling tinutukoy ko.

4 comments:

The Pink Tarha Ladies said...

Hmn, we're guessing it's the car drawings. They're both the rear (back) of the cars which means the cars are moving away from each other when it should have been the front of the black car facing the rear of the white (or vice-versa) since they're on the same lane going on the same direction. :)

RJ said...
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RJ said...

The number of fatalities increases before AND AFTER Ramadan, NOT before Iftar...

Tutubi said...

Answer: It's only in the parking where you'll see this vehicle setup: vehicles facing opposite one another.

The PT Ladies are right. The white vehicle should be facing the same direction as the black car.

RJ, in Saudi kasi Iftar is the time the Muslims break their fasting. So it's their first meal of the day. Imagine being starved for more than 10 years, sino ang hindi magmamadaling umuwi. Hence, most accidents happen before Iftar.

But you're right, too because there is an increase in vehicular accidents during the Ramadan period.