Funny Tweets About NDRRMC, Everybody's New Textmate Who Got No Chill
Gone are the days when "ate/kuya namali ako ng send ng load ng 300 paki balik" and "Kumusta, si tito mo to may bago akong number" bombarded our phones. With the rise of floods and the crazy downpour of water ushers in a new alert that surely left us all LITERALLY SHOOK.
NDRRMC or the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council is, without a doubt, being active AF these days. I mean, we're not complaining at all cause they are definitely managing disaster risk reduction pretty well with their crazy ass alerts.
As with everything, you either love it or hate it. And as with anything, Twitter's got opinions.
A lot of people felt the love.
Man I don’t get why people are complaining about the NDRRMC texts it’s nice to know we have an emergency alert system now— William dela Cruz (@williamdlc3) July 20, 2018
NDRRMC's alerts do not only take care of rains and floods, but apparently lonely hearts as well.
NA A APPRECIATE KO YUNG EFFORTS AT CARE SAKIN NG NDRRMC😂— 82 (@iandalisay9) July 23, 2018
I deserve someone who shows concern the way NDRRMC does. 🙄— 🐧 (@Zathriann) July 22, 2018
Walang paki yung NDRRMC kung mainis ka man o hindi sa mga text niya. Gusto lang ng NDRRMC na safe ka. 'Yan ang unconditional love. Tatanggihan mo pa ba? Kaya ka single eh.— Houseki no Ralphie「宝石のラルフィ」 (@Eirizu) July 22, 2018
Piliin mo yung NDRRMC, concerned kahit di mo pinapansin.— Boiling Waters (@boilingwatersph) July 22, 2018
💕💞💓💗💖💘💝NDRRMC keeps on bombing my inbox, I feel so loved💝💘💖💗💓💞💕— Kang (@eckangcruz) July 22, 2018
kanina pa text ng text sa akin yung ndrrmc, konti na lang crush ko na to— regina tugano (@reginatugano) July 17, 2018
NDRRMC please wag masyadong caring marupok ako.— WTF (@wahtdahfahk) July 22, 2018
ME: nobody cares about me— Practical Joe (@negapark) July 18, 2018
NDRRMC: girl stay safe
walang halong hugot pero literal na mama ko at ndrrmc na lang nagtetext sakin— marvin (@LxstBxyBigHeart) July 22, 2018
Some are obviously literally shook because of the crazy loud sound their alert texts make.
The NDRRMC alert is giving me anxiety especially in public places??? All phones start ringing in sync and it sounds kinda scary man lol.— Reneé Dominique (@heyimrenee) July 18, 2018
Alarm clock? I only know NDRRMC— Kyla (@kyladvs) July 22, 2018
Ako lang ba nagugulat sa alert NDRRMC at MMDA?!— Ronan Joseph Domingo (@ronandomingo) July 18, 2018
Top 5 na bagay na nakakagulat:— Francis Lim (@francisxlim) July 22, 2018
3. Ipis na lumilipad
4. Katok ng nanay mo
5. Emergency Alert ng NDRRMC
Some even took it as an answer to sexual frustrations.
day 378 with no sex: the ndrrmc emergency alert vibrated near my thigh and i moaned a lil— Gianella (@gianell_a) July 17, 2018
Sadly, apparently not everyone gets the alarm and care we now all know.
There may be some good, loving feedbacks from NDRRMC's "clingyness" but we can't really avoid those that complain. *eep*
Sino gang nagbigay ng number ko sa NDRRMC? 😡— Dave (@HosmilloDave) July 22, 2018
OA na ata sa alert tong NDRRMC 😕— Zel Bautista (@zelbautista) July 19, 2018
How ever you feel about the loud, constant alarms, it's important to remember that this is a good step towards our progress! Can you remember the times when we didn't even know what was coming and our fellow Filipinos had a hard time recovering from the intense floods and disasters? Even in days like these, prevention is better than cure.
Now be annoyed at NDRRMC all you want but the fact that you were woken up by an government-sponsored emergency alarm is fantastic— Alo Lantin (@ALOveyoutoo) July 22, 2018
Omg, don't quote my tweet about NDRRMC if you're just going to complain even more (ex. I received the same alert 3+ times & it's annoying huhu) bc I won't hesitate to tell you to check your fucking privilege.— SheaIea Iral 🌻🍃 (@ssiral_) July 22, 2018
Too much info is better than no info & putting lives at risk. Wag ako.
I hear so many complaints about the NDRRMC alerts, but I think it's a step towards progress. Here in Japan, the government also sends warnings by phone. And we've been jolted awake by the noise, too. But nobody complains, because it can actually save your life.— Memerico (@_mellificent) July 20, 2018
yall better appreciate ndrrmc for these warnings and not complain about them constantly texting u— ˘ ³˘ (@ellainebeatriz) July 22, 2018