Mano or Pagmamano is probably one of the few Filipino words that do not have an English translation and probably a practice that can only be seen amongst Filipinos, with that said a photo (embedded below) of Jollibee receiving “Mano” from an elderly is shows the Filipino culture as a whole.
Caught Jollibee doing this. 😭❤ pic.twitter.com/pu277ZcWcR
— berna (@bearnah) October 1, 2017
A little history, Mano or Pagmamano is a gesture used in Filipino culture performed as a sign of respect to elders and as a way of accepting a blessing from the elder. This is similar to the bowing of Japanese and to hand-kissing.
Jollibee though a business, have been ingrained in our culture as a place of not just for eating but also to spend time with family and friends, specially on occasions like birthdays, graduation and other celebrations.
Here are the reaction that the photos received;
Iya guro na lolo nya nasakpan siya naglaag ba mao to ni bless nalang siya hahaha
— dimwit 💋 (@LaSulidaridad) October 1, 2017
— 奶茶 (@mchlaurent) October 2, 2017
mannerth maketh a mathcot
— shez (@shretzel) October 2, 2017
@Taal70 yo this is our whole culture in one picture
— JP Leagogo (@Leagogo02) October 2, 2017
Even jollibee's respectful to elders 😂
— Joseph Apostol (@joeapostol) October 3, 2017
😭😭😭😭😭 lablab jollibee!! ❤❤
— ローズ キタネ (@jasskitane) October 2, 2017
I SUDDENLY LOVE JOLLIBEE
— I LOVE DEATH (@Kirsten_Neko) October 3, 2017
One user said that the elder giving the “Mano” is his Grandfather.
Awee, That's my lolo btw 💖
— Kashka Ruedas (@ruedaskash) October 2, 2017
As of this writing, the tweet have been retweeted for more than 18k times, more than 74k likes and more than 100 comments.
Last modified: October 3, 2017