Another socio-economic indicator of poverty in the Philippines has been added to the list, and this time, it smells as fishy as galunggong — the price of which indicates the current cost of living in the Philippines.
It appears that a new trend is now emerging among Pinays, and this could be a new indicator of poverty, according to analysts at the PinoySpy Institute of Economy and Politics.
According to new found evidence, a growing number of Pinays are no longer wearing underwear going to work or school, and some are even wearing panties belonging to their moms and grannies.
Top secret photos (below) obtained by PinoySpy from undercover investigators show a nursing student who did not wear underwear going to school.
Proof of a looming panty crisis in the Philippines? Are our women too poor to buy underwear? Is this problem being addressed by candidates in the May elections?
Is this another nursing leakage controversy in the making?
These are the questions that need to be answered. This needs to be investigated by the Department of Education.
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