JO KOY QUOTES

“Filipinos don’t run, we roll deep.”

“You think Filipinos have big families? You have no idea until you meet our extended family.”

“Filipino moms will make you feel guilty with just their eyes.”

“I never realized how annoying my voice was until I heard myself on my dad’s voicemail.”

“My mom used to bless us with holy water before we left the house. We smelled like a church by the time we got to school.”

“When a Filipino mom says ‘just a little bit’ of food, you better make sure you have a second stomach.”

“Growing up, my family’s idea of adventure was going to a different Filipino restaurant.”

“In a Filipino household, we don’t just say goodbye, we throw a whole party.”

“Filipino grandparents will always find a way to make you feel like you’re not doing enough with your life.”

“Filipino dads always wear socks with sandals. It’s like their version of a fashion statement.”

“Filipinos love karaoke so much, it’s our version of therapy.”

“You can always tell if someone’s Filipino by how much they love white rice.”

“Back in the day, if a Filipino kid brought Western food to school, it was an automatic invitation for a food trade.”

“Filipino moms can turn any small conversation into a lecture about life.”

“If you ever need a secret recipe, just ask a Filipino dad. They guard those like they’re national treasures.”

“Filipino moms make the best homemade remedies for everything. They could cure the world’s problems with a bottle of vinegar and some ginger.”

“In Filipino households, it’s not a party until someone brings out the karaoke machine.”

“Flashing your car keys in a Filipino household is like throwing salt on a wound. It’s just unnecessary.”

“Filipino parents love to make us feel guilty for every single thing we do. It’s like their superpower.”

“Filipino moms have a sixth sense for finding hidden snacks. They’ll always know where you’ve stashed your chocolate bars.”

“Filipino families have their own version of the Avengers, and it’s called ‘The Aunties.'”

“If you ever need a place to hide, just go to a Filipino family reunion. There’s always a massive crowd to blend into.”

“In Filipino households, showing up empty-handed to a party is a bigger crime than murder.”

“Filipinos have mastered the art of secret hand signals during family gatherings. We can communicate without saying a word.”

“If you ever want to know what’s happening in a Filipino community, just listen to the gossip at the local grocery store.”

“Filipino moms have a special talent for embarrassing us in front of our friends. It’s like they go to a secret school for it.”

“Filipino nurses are everywhere. It’s like the Filipino version of ‘Where’s Waldo?'”

“The Filipino accent is the only one where the letter ‘F’ becomes a ‘P.’ It’s like we’re speaking our own secret language.”

“Growing up, every Filipino kid dreamed of being on ‘Eat Bulaga’, our version of ‘American Idol.’ It was the pinnacle of success.”

“Filipino families have a unique mix of Catholic guilt and unconditional love. It’s like they cancel each other out, but in a good way.”