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I was in Nueva Ecija for my field work that time when I and my boyfriend were having a "Straight from the Heart" sms exchanges and I quote: AKO: Dah, nag-unsa ka?
JONG: Nagahimo ug report.
AKO: Miss you dah.
JONG: Miss you too Momi. Maya na ta txtx ha..
AKO: Ok. After 15 minutes... AKO: Dah, OA kaayo ang gift ni Bon2x sa iyang uyab ba, hehe.
JONG: Unsa di gift.
AKO: Stuff toy + Pillow hug + Letter = OA.
JONG: Haha... gus2 ka mag-ing-ana pud ko?
AKO: Naa ra na nimo gud, if you feel doing it or not. Lahi2x man ug love expression ang tao.
JONG: Next time, try nako mag-ing-ana jejeje, unsa kaha dagway nako?
AKO: Murag praning, haha! Bitaw naa ra na nimo oi ug unsa imong way sa pag-express sa love nimo for me.
JONG: Mag-igsoon jud diay mo!
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