Filipinos having fun in the middle of disaster brought by typhoon ulysses



Typhoon Ulysses (Vamco), the Philippines' 21st tropical cyclone for 2020, began pummeling Luzon on November 11.

Still reeling from Super Typhoon Rolly (Goni), Bicol was the first to face Ulysses' wrath, as the typhoon triggered massive floods in parts of the region.

Ulysses then battered Calabarzon, Central Luzon, and Metro Manila, unleashing powerful winds and torrential rain that left neighborhoods submerged and people appealing for aid and rescue.

A viral video is spreading on social media when the flood was so high many things were just floating and the netizens are waiting for rescuers or something like on the video when an allegedly Shopee package was just floating.

@liancykasy

young shopee na mismo lumapit sayo. hahaha swerte ni lolo my part 2 kung ano yung laman ng napulot naabangan niyi

♬ original sound - Eleen Marjorie Cajandig Bula


@liancykasy

yung mga nag aabang ng part 2 eto na tingnan nyo mga napulot ni tatay. may paert 3 panito like niyo sino gusto ng part3 ang pinaka malupit

♬ original sound - Eleen Marjorie Cajandig Bula


@liancykasy

eto na po ang part 3 my part 4 Pa to comment and like po. nag shopping si lolo sa baha. andaming laman.

♬ original sound - Eleen Marjorie Cajandig Bula

The Philippines is a disaster-prone country. We experience calamities on a yearly basis. We often have floods, earthquakes, typhoons, even terrorist attacks and other incidents that could dampen the spirit of the people. But no, not the Filipino, we manage to smile and laugh and find humor in those times of crises.

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