How is one to know if a guy is “the one?” For politician Sergio “Serge” Osmeña III, a man who makes one miss the chance of eating pizza is definitely not “the one.”
Bettina Osmeña imparted her husband’s words of wisdom in a post she shared on Facebook last Sunday, Jan. 6. The video, which has gone viral, has garnered over 650,000 views and 19,300 shares as of this writing.
A Guy is like a Pizza.“When you have an issue with a guy, like pizza, you don’t instantly reject, maybe you don’t like one topping, ayaw mo ng bell pepper, ok, tanggalin mo lang, kasi gusto mo pa rin kainin yung pizza, you don’t like onion, remove it, eat pizza. But you see, if you Love pizza, if you Love the Guy, you have to take it, TAKE him as he is. Then adjust. Don’t try to change him. Kasi he is a pizza, he is supposed to be alot of things.Kung ayaw mo pala lahat sa kanya bakit mo inorder?…”Well, matagal na namin gustong kausapin ang pamangkin namin about her so-called “broken-heart”; here’s my husband’s words of wisdom.For me, you will always be my Anchovy Pizza Dad, you are the salt of the earth ❤️So girls remember straight from Serge Osmeña “ the only acceptable LOVE TRIANGLE” is a slice of pizza
The Osmeña family was about to enjoy a huge pizza when they noticed Serge and Bettina’s niece was nowhere in sight.
When she finally joined her relatives, Bettina directly asked her “brokenhearted” niece if she and her boyfriend called it quits. She said they are yet to part ways.
“Hiwalayan mo na (Break up with him),” Osmeña chimed. “Well, remember this, a guy who makes you skip pizza is not ‘the one’.”
When his niece told him that her boyfriend was nice, the senatorial aspirant replied: “Ows (Really). A nice guy will not make you cry. Break mo na (Break up with him already).”
“It’s not that easy,” was his niece’s reply.
He answered, “I know it’s not easy, but when you learn to let go, better things happen. Trust me, I know this. I’m wiser.”
“When you have an issue with a guy, like pizza, you don’t instantly reject, maybe you don’t like one topping — ayaw mo ng bell pepper, okay, tanggalin mo lang, kasi gusto mo pa rin kainin yung pizza, you don’t like onion, remove it, eat pizza,” explained Osmeña.
(When you have an issue with a guy, like pizza, you don’t instantly reject [it]. Maybe you don’t like one topping — you don’t like bell pepper, okay, remove it because you still want to eat the pizza; you don’t like onion, remove it, eat pizza.)
“But you see, if you love pizza, if you love the guy, you have to take it, take him as he is,” he added. “Then adjust. Don’t try to change him. Kasi (Because) he is a pizza, he is supposed to be a lot of things.”
“Kung ayaw mo pala lahat sa kanya bakit mo inorder? (If you don’t like all of the pizza’s toppings then why did you order it in the first place?)” he asked.
His niece said, “I think may iba s’ya (I think he has another [woman]).”
Osmeña, connecting his answer to the comparison between pizza and guys he previously discussed, replied, “The only love triangle that is acceptable is a pizza slice.” NVG