18 comments on “The Top Ten Things Parents Say To Make Their Kids Feel Guilty

  1. Hahaha!!!!!
    I could feel im going to say half, if not all of these stuffs someday!!!!
    I already have a 7 year old girl… at minsan, este almost every week nagsasabung kami with little things gaya ng paga-alaga sa mga binibili namin ng dad nya for her…
    Sometimes, maiiyak ka na matutuwa sa reactions nya!
    At sometimes rin tatahimik ka na lang…
    And my mom!!! Just like your mom, chico!!!!
    ….may pinagmanahan nga ako!
    Instant nga mga comments nya sa amin ng mga kapatid ko!
    Sa lahat ng area ng buhay namin, may “litany” sya!
    At talagang mapapaisip ka naman kasi nagda drama na sya!
    hehehe
    nice top ten!

  2. been a silent rusher since 2002. i have to leave a comment on this coz EVERY LINE seems to come from my mom! hahaha. got to make bawi to her when i get home. ^^ thanks chico.

  3. Yung kaibigan ko, minsan tinext sya ng tatay nya ng address nila. Baka raw kasi nakalimutan na nung kaibigan ko kung san sila nakatira at buong weekend di umuwi sa bahay.

  4. hahaha i had a nice time reading this top 10. but i have to say i am guilty of doing so to my kids. they’re 15 and 10 already. and when they ask me to make abot the water or kunin yung something, as i’m giving it to them i i say to them, eto na po, amo. hehehe

  5. *nod* lahat totoo..
    my late mother would always say this line pag nabwibwisit sya samin: “pag kayo naging mga magulang na, nun nyo lang malalaman hirap ng pagiging magulang.”
    i miss my mom😦 *mama’s boy*

  6. I have kids too, my eldest is 13, and I just know that there will come a time when I would say the same things myself. thankfully, though, my parents haven’t said any of these yet to us, or to me at least. hahaha!

    good one, chico!

  7. I remember this when this show was aired! So funny, and swak na swak. I hope though that you can also include your and delle’s answers to the top ten. I recall your answer here was so funny, but I can’t remember it exactly. hehehe.

  8. I liked this post!

    My mother was never the expressive type. But the day I left Manila for a job assignment in Bangkok, my mother hugged and kissed me for the first time and said – “Baka pag-uwi mo, wala na ako.” Ang ganda ng pabaon nyang memories ano? Saktong pangtanggal ng homesickness. Hahaha! It’s been a year since then. And every time I would come home and leave again, she would kiss and hug me while my siblings looked on smiling sheepishly.😛

  9. funny! nanay ko rin ganito minsan eh. lalo na kapag siya na lang ang laging naglilinis ng bahay at kami parang mga senyorita na nanonood lang ng TV.

  10. funny yet creepy yung no.23.

    i remembered my mom especially with the “butas-butas na panty” line. she used to tell us: “ni hindi na nga ako nakabili ng panty ko para makapag-aral lang kayo!” that has been her favorite line, until all of us finished college. when each of us started working, we had a common gift for my mom: UNDERWEAR. last christmas, she begged us: “wala na ba kayong ibang ireregalo kundi panty? ang dami na eh isa lang naman keps ko!”

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