RICHARD GUTIERREZ OPENS UP ABOUT FATHERHOOD

Richard Gutierrez is still in cloud nine after he declared that he is a proud father to Baby Zion. He finally got the chance to talk about his new life as a doting dad at the pocket presscon of his new movie, Overtime, on June 11 at Victorino's Restaurant, Quezon City. Richard said that he is happy now that he can share more details about Baby Zion. "Sobrang sarap, can you imagine what I went through last year. I mean having a kid, and I can't even share it. It's really tough times," he said. During those times Richard and Sarah spent some time apart from each other. "Naiwan siya sa Geneva [Switzerland]. Tapos when Sarah gave birth I was there. Nagkataon na pinayagan akong umalis ng five days, on the third day nanganak si Sarah. So after two days, I have to go back. So two days ko lang nakasama ang baby ko. After that, I think one more month bago ako nakabalik. I mean it was tough and not being able to share it. I only get to share it with my family. So I'm very thankful for my family because what I went [through] wasn't quite easy. So now, ‘eto yung kapalit." "Sabi ko kay Sarah, during those times na we were struggling, na it's only going to get better from this point on. And what we realized is that when things are starting to fall apart, it's actually falling into place. So, that's what we realized. Ang sarap ng feeling na finally we are able to share Baby Zion to the world," he added. Richard said that the announcement of Baby Zion happened at the right time. "We didn't want it to be a media circus kasi nga baka ma-stress out si Sarah during the pregnancy. We didn't want complications. I want it to be stress-free, smooth lang ‘yung pregnancy niya. So I think now is the perfect timing." READ MORE...

(ALSO) Richard Gutierrez on Baby Zion: "He means the world to me"

Richard Gutierrez was all smiles as he sat down with the members of the press earlier today during the pocket press conference of his upcoming movie Overtime. It was evident that the 30-year-old actor could not contain his joy and constantly exclaimed how happy he was to be a dad to Baby Zion, his one-year-old son with Kapuso actress Sarah Lahbati. He opened up and said that fatherhood came naturally to him. “I’m loving every moment of it. He means the world to me. I enjoy every moment with him. Being a dad -- it’s one of the greatest adventures that anyone can have. Masarap. Unexplainable ‘yung joy na nararamdaman.” The seasoned actor expressed that he learned how to change diapers and went through all the things that one has to go through as a parent. “Natuto akong magpalit ng diaper, magpa-burp, yung walang tulog at all. I was falling asleep taking care of him,” he said with a smile. He added that the tiring days and sleepless nights were worth it for the sake of their little bundle of joy. “Alternate kami, pag gising ako s’ya (Sarah) natutulog. Tapos minsan, ako naman natutulog. Ang hirap. Pero ang sarap,” he shared. Baby Zion, who Richard said was named after the Biblical mountain Zion, has recently gained the moniker “Zion the Young Lion.” “First of all, his hair looks like a lion. And he has this habit of roaring. He roars. Lion also is the Biblical symbol of Christ. I like it. Tugma sa Zion,” according to the actor. One of the things that brought Richard much joy was Baby Zion’s first word. “Dada. Actually Daddy talaga yung first word n’ya so sobrang happy ako.” The proud father described Zion, who turned 1 year old last April, as, “Yung effect n’ya sa family, talagang pure joy. Talagang tuwing makikita s’ya, sobrang happy ng lahat ng tao. Hindi s’ya iyakin. Palagi s’yang good mood.” READ MORE...

(ALSO) LOOK: Richard, Sarah Lahbati show off baby

Richard Gutierrez and his girlfriend, actress Sarah Lahbati, finally introduced their son to the public after keeping him secret for more than a year. On Sunday's episode of “It Takes Gutz to be a Gutierrez” which aired on E! Channel, Gutierrez shared their experience in taking care of their son while they were in Geneva, Switzerland. "In Geneva, nobody would help us. There was no household help, it was just me and Sarah," he said. "We were alternating because baby Zion would wake up in the middle of the night, I will change his diapers, I will make his milk, and Sarah would sleep. During the daytime, I would sleep, and Sarah would take care of baby Zion," he added. Despite the hardships that they had to go through, Gutierrez considered it a wonderful experience. "Not a lot of sleep, but I wouldn't change it for the world," he said. Bringing Zion back to Manila The rest of the episode focused on how the family brought Zion back to Manila without letting anyone know. READ MORE...

ALSO: Hi there! I am Zion!

Just call me Zee. My full name is Zion Lahbati. My parents are Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati. Even when I was inside my mom’s tummy, the whole world probably knew where I would be born…yes, in Switzerland…thanks to the resourceful movie reporters. Salamat po, mga Tito at mga Tita, mga Kuya at mga Ate! I’ve been a jet-setter since I was inside my mom’s tummy. I’ve traveled around the world. I’ve been to Manila, to L.A., to Paris, around Switzerland where my mom was born and grew up, all over Europe. But the most memorable city to me is Paris because that’s where my dad learned that I was starting to jump inside my mom’s tummy. Did they hug closer and tighter when they shared the good news? I bet! No, my parents didn’t try to hide me from the world. Sa totoo lang po, my dad was so happy and so proud of me that he wanted to bring me home to the Philippines a few weeks after I was born and make me say a big “Hello!” to everybody but my Lola Annabelle stopped him. Matapang po ang lola ko, alam n’yo po ‘yon. Her word is the law. Ask my Lolo Eddie. Ang utol ni Tale ay hindi dapat mabale, otherwise maghahalo po ang balat sa tinalupan! May dahilan po. At the time I came out into this world, sangkot po ang mom ko at ang GMA sa isang kaso. My Lola Annabelle didn’t want me to be dragged into the issue. Ayoko nga rin po madamay sa gusot ng matatanda! That was the legal advice of my mom’s lawyer at sinunod lang po ng lola ko. READ MORE...

ALSO: Conversations with Papa Tonton Gutierrez

If a poll were conducted on who is the Most Ideal Showbiz Family, I’m sure Tonton Gutierrez and Glydel Mercado would win hands down. With their daughters Aneeza (turning 10 in July, now in Grade 5) and Aneeka (turning three in November), the couple has been leading a quiet life, so self-contained that they hardly show themselves in public, the rare one was a few weeks ago when they appeared as guest on Ryzza Mae Dizon’s GMA show. You haven’t heard any unsavory rumor about the couple, have you? Unlike some showbiz couples who wash their dirty linen in public, Tonton and Glydel know how to draw a line between their public life and their private life. Maybe they do fight (but not so seriously); which couple doesn’t? But they keep it within the confines of their bedroom, not within the kids’ earshot. One thing they have in common is growing up without a father figure. The son of Eddie Gutierrez, Tonton was raised by his mom Liza Lorena who acted both as mom and dad; and Glydel by her mom. They got married in 2004 after living together for six years. Today being Father’s Day, Conversations tapped Tonton for a special feature, the first time he agreed to open up about his family life. How are you as a father? CONTINUE READING.,..


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Richard Gutierrez opens up about fatherhood


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MANILA, JUNE 16, 2014 (GMANEWSNETWORK) By ANN CHARMAINE AQUINO

Richard Gutierrez is still in cloud nine after he declared that he is a proud father to Baby Zion. He finally got the chance to talk about his new life as a doting dad at the pocket presscon of his new movie, Overtime, on June 11 at Victorino's Restaurant, Quezon City.

Richard said that he is happy now that he can share more details about Baby Zion. "Sobrang sarap, can you imagine what I went through last year. I mean having a kid, and I can't even share it. It's really tough times," he said.

During those times Richard and Sarah spent some time apart from each other.

"Naiwan siya sa Geneva [Switzerland]. Tapos when Sarah gave birth I was there. Nagkataon na pinayagan akong umalis ng five days, on the third day nanganak si Sarah. So after two days, I have to go back. So two days ko lang nakasama ang baby ko. After that, I think one more month bago ako nakabalik. I mean it was tough and not being able to share it. I only get to share it with my family. So I'm very thankful for my family because what I went [through] wasn't quite easy. So now, ‘eto yung kapalit."

"Sabi ko kay Sarah, during those times na we were struggling, na it's only going to get better from this point on. And what we realized is that when things are starting to fall apart, it's actually falling into place. So, that's what we realized. Ang sarap ng feeling na finally we are able to share Baby Zion to the world," he added.

Richard said that the announcement of Baby Zion happened at the right time.

"We didn't want it to be a media circus kasi nga baka ma-stress out si Sarah during the pregnancy. We didn't want complications. I want it to be stress-free, smooth lang ‘yung pregnancy niya. So I think now is the perfect timing."

He added, "[It was actually] long overdue, parang at last! I really thought na medyo ma-shock ang mga tao. Pero feeling ko rin, kami ni Sarah, na alam na rin ng mga tao. It was just a matter of confirming it."

A lot of people were asking if Baby Zion will eventually venture into show business and Richard answered, "After he becomes an Olympic Athlete."

Richard shared that Zion's name came out of a deal with Sarah. He said, "Kapag babae, siya ang pipili ng name, 'pag lalake, ako. Pero nag-agree pa rin kaming dalawa [sa name ni Zion]. I don't know parang the name Zion, it's different, and it's a biblical name, the holy Mt. Zion."

As a father, Richard said that Baby Zion made him a homebody.

"I just spend more time at home. I love spending time at home now. Bihira na ako lumabas, palagi na akong hinahanap ng mga kaibigan ko, [tinatanong nila] saan ako nagpunta, pero nasa bahay lang ako lagi," he jested.

Richard also learned a lot of things when Baby Zion came into his life.

“Ang sarap kasi natutunan ko lahat, as in magpalit ng diapers niya. Noong simula si Sarah lang. Tapos sabi, 'kailangan matuto ka na din, kasi pag natutulog ako.' So sige aralin ko, tinuruan niya ako.”

He added, “Sobrang unexpected na nagulat din ako sa sarili ko na nagawa ko ‘yun kasi may phobia ako sa babies before. Feeling ko mahuhulog.”

According to Richard, everything felt different now that he is a hands-on daddy to Zion.

“When it's your kid, it just feels natural na alagaan mo, nurture your baby, ang sarap ng pakiramdam,” he concluded.

Richard Gutierrez on Baby Zion: "He means the world to me"
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Richard Gutierrez was all smiles as he sat down with the members of the press earlier today during the pocket press conference of his upcoming movie Overtime.

It was evident that the 30-year-old actor could not contain his joy and constantly exclaimed how happy he was to be a dad to Baby Zion, his one-year-old son with Kapuso actress Sarah Lahbati. He opened up and said that fatherhood came naturally to him. “I’m loving every moment of it. He means the world to me. I enjoy every moment with him. Being a dad -- it’s one of the greatest adventures that anyone can have. Masarap. Unexplainable ‘yung joy na nararamdaman.”

The seasoned actor expressed that he learned how to change diapers and went through all the things that one has to go through as a parent.

“Natuto akong magpalit ng diaper, magpa-burp, yung walang tulog at all. I was falling asleep taking care of him,” he said with a smile. He added that the tiring days and sleepless nights were worth it for the sake of their little bundle of joy. “Alternate kami, pag gising ako s’ya (Sarah) natutulog. Tapos minsan, ako naman natutulog. Ang hirap. Pero ang sarap,” he shared.

Baby Zion, who Richard said was named after the Biblical mountain Zion, has recently gained the moniker “Zion the Young Lion.”

“First of all, his hair looks like a lion. And he has this habit of roaring. He roars. Lion also is the Biblical symbol of Christ. I like it. Tugma sa Zion,” according to the actor.

One of the things that brought Richard much joy was Baby Zion’s first word. “Dada. Actually Daddy talaga yung first word n’ya so sobrang happy ako.”

The proud father described Zion, who turned 1 year old last April, as, “Yung effect n’ya sa family, talagang pure joy. Talagang tuwing makikita s’ya, sobrang happy ng lahat ng tao. Hindi s’ya iyakin. Palagi s’yang good mood.”

And of his latest developments, Richard revealed, “He enjoys riding the car. He loves dogs, si Toby, yung dog namin. He also likes my motorcycle.”

When asked if Zion is going to join showbiz in the near future, Richard said that he wants to focus first on Zion’s growth as a person. “I just want him to be a good kid. I want him to be respectful and stay grounded and have faith in God. And if he wants to be an Olympic athlete, why not?,” Richard quipped.

Regarding the upcoming Father’s Day, Richard imparts this advice to all dad and soon-to-be-dads: “Enjoy every moment of it. Enjoy it and create that bond with him. Spend time, more than anything, I think it’s the time that you spend together that make your baby closer to you.”

And lastly, on the question on how fatherhood has changed him, he said. “Life has more meaning. Life makes more sense to me now.”

Congratulations, Richard, and advance Happy Father’s Day!

FROM ABS-CBN

LOOK: Richard, Sarah Lahbati show off baby ABS-CBNnews.com Posted at 06/08/2014 10:37 PM | Updated as of 06/08/2014 10:37 PM

MANILA -- Richard Gutierrez and his girlfriend, actress Sarah Lahbati, finally introduced their son to the public after keeping him secret for more than a year.

On Sunday's episode of “It Takes Gutz to be a Gutierrez” which aired on E! Channel, Gutierrez shared their experience in taking care of their son while they were in Geneva, Switzerland.

"In Geneva, nobody would help us. There was no household help, it was just me and Sarah," he said.

"We were alternating because baby Zion would wake up in the middle of the night, I will change his diapers, I will make his milk, and Sarah would sleep. During the daytime, I would sleep, and Sarah would take care of baby Zion," he added.

Despite the hardships that they had to go through, Gutierrez considered it a wonderful experience.

"Not a lot of sleep, but I wouldn't change it for the world," he said.

Bringing Zion back to Manila

The rest of the episode focused on how the family brought Zion back to Manila without letting anyone know.

Gutierrez recalled how media bombarded him and Lahbati with questions as soon as they got off the plane in Manila.

"It was also so hard for them because the media was so hungry for answers," said Richard's twin brother, Raymond.

Seeing the public's reaction to their arrival, the couple started thinking of a plan to bring back their son to Manila.

Gutierrez also consulted his family, telling them how much he wants to bring his son back, but at the same time, worrying about the consequences it might bring.

"We were going through a lot. My contract's about to end, Sarah's in the middle of her contract," Gutierrez added.

With the help of his parents, Eddie Gutierrez and Annabel Rama, and Lahbati's mom, Esther, the baby was able to enter the country without anyone knowing about it.

The actor's parents went to the airport to pick up their grandson, who was traveling with his grandmother.

They parked near the exit, and as soon as baby Zion and his grandmother arrived, the baby's stroller was covered with a blanket.

Gutierrez said they did not have any problems with the Immigration officials, as baby Zion and Lahbati's mother have the same last name.

Prior to posting her son's picture, Lahbati also posted her baby pictures, saying that she also had curly hair -- just like Zion.

Before the end of the episode, both Gutierrez and Lahbati posted the same picture of baby Zion on the image-sharing site Instagram.

FROM PHILSTAR

Hi there! I am Zion! FUNFARE UPDATE By Ricky Lo (The Philippine Star) | Updated June 9, 2014 - 12:00am 2 1 googleplus0 0


Daddy Richard & Mommy Sarah


In photo is Sarah Lahbati and Richard Gutierrez' son Zion.-Photos from Sarah Lahbati's Instagram account

Just call me Zee.

My full name is Zion Lahbati. My parents are Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati. Even when I was inside my mom’s tummy, the whole world probably knew where I would be born…yes, in Switzerland…thanks to the resourceful movie reporters. Salamat po, mga Tito at mga Tita, mga Kuya at mga Ate!

I’ve been a jet-setter since I was inside my mom’s tummy. I’ve traveled around the world. I’ve been to Manila, to L.A., to Paris, around Switzerland where my mom was born and grew up, all over Europe. But the most memorable city to me is Paris because that’s where my dad learned that I was starting to jump inside my mom’s tummy. Did they hug closer and tighter when they shared the good news? I bet!

No, my parents didn’t try to hide me from the world. Sa totoo lang po, my dad was so happy and so proud of me that he wanted to bring me home to the Philippines a few weeks after I was born and make me say a big “Hello!” to everybody but my Lola Annabelle stopped him. Matapang po ang lola ko, alam n’yo po ‘yon. Her word is the law. Ask my Lolo Eddie. Ang utol ni Tale ay hindi dapat mabale, otherwise maghahalo po ang balat sa tinalupan!

May dahilan po. At the time I came out into this world, sangkot po ang mom ko at ang GMA sa isang kaso. My Lola Annabelle didn’t want me to be dragged into the issue. Ayoko nga rin po madamay sa gusot ng matatanda! That was the legal advice of my mom’s lawyer at sinunod lang po ng lola ko.

Actually, before Daddy Richard made that “I am a proud father!” confession on E! Channel’s It Takes Gutz To Be A Gutierrez (ITGTBAG) last week, I was already going around after I came back from Switzerland. I stayed in L.A. for more than seven months and it was Lolo Eddie and Tito Elvis and his girlfriend Tita Alexa who took care of me, along with a family friend.

Back home, Lola Annabelle would take me to the mall for a stroll but people didn’t have any idea who I was, hehehehe! Now they know, especially after last night when E! Channel introduced me to the public. Hi guys! Finally, I am facing the world with a cute smile. I look more like my mom than my dad, di ba?

On Saturday, my mom and dad, at siempre with Lola Annabelle as punong-abala, will treat me to a Lion-themed baptismal and birthday party (almost two months after my actual birthday). Our close friends are invited. I will have 20 pairs of ninongs and ninangs. Ang saya! As my Lola Annabelle would say, Bongga, ‘Day!!!

I am Zion. Just call me Zee. I’m proud to be a Gutierrez. Yes, it does take gutz to be a Gutierrez!

— An imaginary interview with Zion ‘Zee’ Lahbati


In her Instagram account, Lahbati posted photos of their baby in some of their trips.

Papa Tonton CONVERSATIONS By Ricky Lo (The Philippine Star) | Updated June 15, 2014 - 12:00am 0 0 googleplus0 0


In this special Father’s Day Conversation, Tonton Gutierrez for the first time opens up about his family life, how he and his wife Glydel Mercado are raising their daughters Aneeza and Aneeka

If a poll were conducted on who is the Most Ideal Showbiz Family, I’m sure Tonton Gutierrez and Glydel Mercado would win hands down.

With their daughters Aneeza (turning 10 in July, now in Grade 5) and Aneeka (turning three in November), the couple has been leading a quiet life, so self-contained that they hardly show themselves in public, the rare one was a few weeks ago when they appeared as guest on Ryzza Mae Dizon’s GMA show.

You haven’t heard any unsavory rumor about the couple, have you? Unlike some showbiz couples who wash their dirty linen in public, Tonton and Glydel know how to draw a line between their public life and their private life. Maybe they do fight (but not so seriously); which couple doesn’t? But they keep it within the confines of their bedroom, not within the kids’ earshot.

One thing they have in common is growing up without a father figure. The son of Eddie Gutierrez, Tonton was raised by his mom Liza Lorena who acted both as mom and dad; and Glydel by her mom.

They got married in 2004 after living together for six years. Today being Father’s Day, Conversations tapped Tonton for a special feature, the first time he agreed to open up about his family life.

How are you as a father?

“Well, I would say that I am an average father. Kahit papano, nagagawa ko ang responsibility ko as a padre de familia.”

And as a husband?

“Ganoon din po; I’m an average husband. I also attend to the needs of Glydel. Sa tingin ko, mabait naman po akong asawa, hehehehe! I don’t give her problems or headaches.”

(Teasing) Faithful to one?

“Opo!”

Faithful to one at a time?

“Yes, to my one and only wife.”

Who between you and Glydel is the disciplinarian?

“We are both disciplinarian. We try to give them the best guidance.”

How do you discipline your daughters?

“For example, if they commit mistakes, we tell them not to do that because it’s wrong. We teach them how to say ‘po’ and ‘opo,’ and to respect people.”

Are you the spare-the-rod-and-spoil-the-child type of parent?

“Well, there are instances when we use the rod, so to speak, pero very mild lang. Minsan kasi, kailangan silang magtanda. You know how kids are, they tend to be hard-headed, eh. Not really spanking. I just show them a slipper or a belt and ask them, ‘O, you want this?’ Ganoon lang; hindi ko naman itinutuloy. But it very seldom happens.”

Some parents hide in the room after giving their kids a little spanking and cry in secret. Are you like that?

“Yes, I am. When it happens and I see them cry, napapaiyak din ako but I don’t show it to them. After an hour, I explain to them why I have to do it, the mild spanking.”

Who between you and Glydel is the spoiler?

“Both of us are. For example, when we are in the mall and they want something, it’s hard to turn them down. Mga girls kasi, eh. ‘Daddy, I want this, I want that!’ And it’s hard to say no to them. Si Ate Aneeza, kung ano ang makita niya sa kaklase niya, ‘yon din ang gusto niya. I would tell her, ‘You have so many toys already.’ Oftentimes, they play with their toys for two days or one week and after that, they want new ones. I explain to the older one that we don’t have to make gaya-gaya their friends, but if she really wants it or needs it, we’ll buy it for you. Pero kapag sumama na ang mukha, hindi ko na matiis. So sige, buy!”

You’re very busy with shoots and tapings. What day do you set aside for your family?

“Although we are with the kids practically every day of the week, we set aside Sundays as our family days. Glydel and I make sure that we don’t schedule shoots on those days, except when there are urgent projects to finish. I request Nanay Lolit (Solis), my manager, to schedule my shoots on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and Glydel on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.”

How do you spend Sundays?

“We go to Mass. Sometimes, we watch movies. Mga pambatang pelikula. If I don’t have work on a weekday, ipinapasyal ko si Ate Aneeza. We go to the mall after her school.”

Are you bringing up your kids the way you were brought up?

“Yes. Kaya lang in my case, also in the case of Glydel, I grew up without a father figure. So in a way, iba ang style ng pagpapalaki namin sa aming mga anak sa kung paano kami lumaki. I always tell myself that what I had been through was not really a bad experience — you know, that my mom and my dad were not together. I always remember that I grew up, as I just said, without a father figure. So I will do everything that I can within my powers to have a family na buo.”

Any fatherly advice from Daddy Eddie?

“My dad is very cool. Kahit may giyera na sa tabi niya, cool pa rin siya. He always reminds me to be strong and not to let problems get me down, that problems are part of life, that while you keep on looking for solutions to your problems, you can’t seem to find them. He reminds me to keep my cool, let things go, and sooner or later the solutions will come…in due time. Of course, he keeps reminding me to be God-fearing and to stay away from vices, lahat ng klaseng vices.”

During your growing-up years, Daddy Eddie was living in the States with his wife Annabelle Rama and three of their little children at that time. When did you first meet your dad?

“Actually, my dad would visit me at home when I was small. In the early ‘70s, my lola, my aunt and I stayed in Baguio for two years and that’s where I first studied. I remember in 1972, when I was four years old, my dad and Tita Annabelle would fetch me. We came back to Manila after a few years and I studied naman at Brent School. And then, we went back to Baguio. I don’t know why we kept on going back to Baguio.”

Liza was your mom and dad at the same time. How was she?

“My mom was very young when she had me. Wala pa yata siyang 20 n’un. And she was already working in showbiz, always busy, so I was mostly in the care of my lola. When I was young, I didn’t understand why my mom was always away, always away. Medyo nagkaroon ako ng konting tampo sa kanya. But as I grew older and I started working, I understood why. It was part of growing up pala.”

You have several half-siblings (Ramon Christopher, Eddie’s son with Pilita Corrales; and Eddie’s six children with Annabelle). Are you close to all of them?

“Yes, we are very close. In fact, when they have family gatherings, I would attend because Tita Annabelle would invite Monching and me. (Like this afternoon when Tonton will act as one of the almost 50 godparents in the christening of Zion, son of Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati. — RFL) Monching and I are very close. We became close when he and Lotlot (de Leon) got married (which has since been annulled). We go out once in a while, watch basketball once in a while. We text each other, ‘O, Bro, kumusta ka na? Love you, ingat!’ Ganyan. I’m just as close to Ruffa, Richard, Raymond, Elvis, Rocky and Ritchie Paul.”

How many more kids do you and Glydel want to have?

“Two are enough already. I’m already 46. We had Aneeza when I was 35. So I said, it might be unfair to the little one, if we had another one, na baka hindi ko na maalagaan. Time will come when I will be retiring and relaxing.”

By the way, how is Glydel as a wife?

“She’s the best. She‘s like Tita Annabelle. Pareho silang matapang, kasi pareho silang Bisaya, hehehehe!” (Annabelle is Cebuana and Glydel is Waray. — RFL)


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