Filipino Slang Reaches WeChat’s Sticker Gallery
The Philippines today has a new form of communication known as the Filipino slang.
If you search what “Gorabels” is in a dictionary, sadly you would find it there but most likely you might have heard it while at the malls or while watching a telenovela on TV. It is a means of expression of our new generation of Filipinos. It is a mix and match of existing languages and dialects like English and Bisaya and it can even include Gay lingo and names of popular celebrities and pop icons.
As Filipinos become more and more open minded, the Filipino slang gets more recognized as a language of everyday usage. In line with this, one of the country’s top social mobile apps WeChat joins in on the bandwagon of this hip and trendy slang by releasing 16 colorfully animated stickers that reflect the fun and witty phrases that Filipinos invented.
Are you about to have an exam but have not reviewed properly? You can send the “Bahala na si Batman!” sticker to your classmates to liven their spirits. An office mate that is about to as for a raise from her boss could use a “Gorabels!” sticker to give her a quick confidence boost.
Whichever situation you may have, there is a perfect Slang from the WeChat’s Sticker Gallery available for you.
You can access the WeChat’s Sticker Gallery by clicking on Me > Sticker Gallery.
WeChat envisions and innovates new ways for people to connect, communicate and share. A mobile social communication app designed for smartphone users, WeChat is the world’s fastest growing social app with over 100 million registered accounts internationally.
WeChat empowers users in fun and dynamic ways by bringing together messaging, social communication and gaming in one seamless, interactive experience, with comprehensive privacy and security settings that can be tailored as needed.
WeChat is an all-in-one app that enables users to add friends with several innovative features. These include highly convenient and reliable QR code scanning, phonebook and location-based connection services such as “Hold Together”, “Friend Radar” and “Shake.” The platform facilitates social interaction with real-time “Walkie Talkie,” “Voice Call,” and “Video Call.” Supported on data networks and Wi-Fi, WeChat makes it easy to stay connected with friends anywhere, anytime. Users can choose to communicate and share photos one-on-one, or within their closed social network through “Moments”. The popular WeChat Sticker Shop has a variety of fun animated emoticons to express any emotion. Also, with a host of addictive WeChat Games, users can play and challenge their friends on the move, share scores and even find competitors nearby.
WeChat is available free for download on Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Symbian and Windows operating systems.
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