Kapamilya noontime hosts Vice Ganda, Anne Curtis, and Kim Chui gamely shared their experiences wherein they begged for love.
During It’s Showtime‘s Tawag Nang Tanghalan segment on , Vice discussed the topic of begging for love after one of the contestants shared her experience about it.
Vice started by recalling Anne Curtis’s movie No Other Women wherein the latter’s character has to beg for love.
He then asked Curtis if she experienced it, to which she answered yes.
“Oo nangyari naman sya. But I think yung lang din yung magada, because that’s what makes you realize na saturation point na siguro yun, na makakahanap ka na hindi ka na aabot sa ganung klaseng pwesto na you’re begging for love.”
Along with Anne Curtis, Vice posed the question to Kim Chiu.
Just like Curtis, Chiu admitted begging for love, saying it’s part of everyone’s journey to real love.
“Opo, siguro lahat tayo pagdadaanan yun…..pero hindi, totoo talaga lahat pagdadaanan mo talaga ang ibat-ibang klase ng love. At the end of the day, marerelialize mo, ay buti na lang tapos na….buti na lang nakangiti na ako ngayon”
Meanwhile, asked if she regretted begging for love, the Kapamilya Dyosa said there were no regrets as it helped her become stronger. And it somehow prepared her for the right person in her life.
“No not at all, kasi feeling ko nagmomold din sayo as a person yun, it makes you stronger, it makes you into a better person and it makes you, parang it helps you move on to become stronger so that when you meet the right person, diba, buong buon ka na sa pagmamahal with so much knowledge.”
Vice Ganda: “Hindi natin maasahan na laging maganda o tama ang desisyon natin sa buhay pero lahat yan may ituturo at magpapasarap sa kasalukuyan at sa kinabukasan natin!” Agree ba kayo, Madlang People? 🥰🥰🥰
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As for Vice Ganda, he said he experienced it many times, to the point of begging the person to stay a little longer to prepare him for their breakup.
“Oo maraming beses nakwento ko na rin, talagang nagmakaawa. Yung meron pa nga yung literal na please tanggap ko na hihiwalayan mo ako pero wag today. Pede next week? Para maprepare ko yung sarili ko next week.”
He then advised the ‘madlang’ people to allow themselves to go through the process if necessary because, no matter how painful or bitter an experience may be, there will always be lessons that we can always carry with us on our journey through life.
“Sa buhay, hindi laging yung magaganda ang nagtuturo ng magagandang aral. Hindi yung laging matatamis na karanasan ang nagbibigay sa atin ng pinakamagagandang karanasan. Minsan yung pinakamapapait, yung pinakapangit, pag binalikan mo, sasabihin mo, ang ganda din pala nang nakuha ko sa karanasan na yun.
“And it’s okay to go through that, to go through all that. Hindi natin maasahan na laging maganda o tama ang desisyon natin sa buhay pero lahat yan may ituturo at magpapasarap sa kasalukuyan at sa kinabukasan natin.”