Tabo-tabo is not acceptable in Australia.
I was reading about this news that a Filipino was fired in Australia for his toilet habit of “tabo-tabo” maybe, he was raised by his parents in Mt.Makiling.
There is only one reason for this,if the Aussies let this pattern habits of Pinoy in toiletry (squating at nakataas pa ang paa) the million of Pinoy’s living in the land down under will cripple their economy,plumbing business will close, no more clogged drainage. The Aussies could not collect revenue and income taxes for those laid-off plumbers, secretaries and bidding contractors, not only that Kimberly Clark will give their employees a pink slip or they will cut down the production of toilet paper for having too much supplies and less demand.
Drano union workers will picket in the Labor Ministry Department demanding higher wages and benefit or figthing for their jobs because the board of directors and CEO of Drano company are having a meeting to slash benefit for their employees and halting the operation of mixing this majic liquid to snakepipe the clogged toilet plumbing.
There are some serious health risk of course involve to another person, imagine after he massage his ass with his palm and only plain water (how about if he still stick his fingers in his asshole) then cleanse himself in the sink with feces stuck into his fingers, it might create an explosion similar to Glorieta, then others employee could not sit on the throne in the cubicle until they are cleaned and disinfected.
As a courtesy to others and it is not also acceptable to leave the throne in the state of calamity. In Australia they don’t have much pigs to clean the mess after Bernabe deliver, they have a bunch of cows.That practice is only acceptable in the barrio, climb the guava tree, drop your pants hold on tight to the branches and do your things, the pig will catch it. Nothing to worry!
Matigas kasi ang ulo nitong si Benigno despite being counseled so many times and the company spent a lot of money for his seminars he did not change his way of proper delivery.
Don’t tell me that Filipinos in Australia will going to protest again and carry some placards to denounce the ill treatment of the company in firing Benigno.Or file a lawsuit for discrimination as they did to NBC where one time a desperate housewife wanted to check the credential of a Filipino doctor…………