LOOK: Senior Citizen, BPO employee and a chicharon seller on his day off.

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Senior Citizen, BPO employee and chicharon seller on his rest day.
A senior citizen showed that he can really live a dignified life if you are hardworking and resourceful, despite his age, the old Sir Manny still manages to work to fight for life.

This hardworking man caught the attention of the netizen as she saw him wearing a BPO company lace while carrying a bag full of chicharons. When she got the chance to talk to him while they were going out of the train, she asked him if he is selling the chicharon because she would have liked to buy it because it is her mama’s favorite, then he explained that there is a reservation for each chicharon among his officemates.

They talked a bit more as he seems to look at her as she was interested in what his selling. He told her that his day off is every Mon and Tues and can arrange a meet-up of order for chicharon every Tuesday night at MRT Taft station.

She admire him as he works at a BPO company full time while selling chicharon as his sideline + imagine carrying a bag full of chicharon from Pampanga to Pasay! This kind of man inspires her so much that even though life is so hard, people like him still find a way to survive and live a happy life. Salute to you Sir Manny

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Senior Citizen, BPO employee at chicharon seller sa rest day nya.
Pinakita ng isang senior citizen na kayang kaya naman talaga mabuhay ng marangal kung ikaw ay masipag at maparaan, sa kabila ng kanyang edad ay nakukuha pa rin ng matanda na si Sir Manny ang magtrabaho para lumaban sa buhay.
This hardworking man caught my attention as I saw him wearing a BPO company lace while carrying a bag full of chicharons. When I got the chance to talk to him while we were going out of the train, I asked him if he is selling the chicharon kasi gusto ko sana bumili dahil favorite to ni mama, then he explained that meron ng nakareserve bawat chicharon sa mga ka-officemates niya.
We talked a bit more as he seems to look at me as I am interested in what his selling. He told me that his day off is every Mon and Tues and can arrange a meet-up of order for chicharon every Tuesday night at MRT Taft station.
I admire him as he works at a BPO company full time while selling chicharon as his sideline + imagine carrying a bag full of chicharon from Pampanga to Pasay! This kind of man inspires me so much that even though life is so hard, people like him still find a way to survive and live a happy life. Salute to you Sir Manny🤍
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