lunedì 25 gennaio 2016

24 Things That Would Happen If "Inside Out" Was Set In The Philippines

Riley in Manila?

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1. Instead of San Francisco, Riley and her family will be moving to Manila from the probinsya.

2. In the city, Riley gets agitated because of the humidity. Also their stuff didn't arrive on time because the lipat bahay truck is stuck in EDSA.

3. In her head, in an area they call the Himpilan, her emotions — Saya, Lungkot, Galit, Takot, and Nakaka-sama Ng Sikmura — are having a giddy ol' time. The emotions manage Riley's core memories called in order to power five islands. The Pamilya, Kaibigan, Ugali, Wacky, and Patintero Islands.

4. When Saya triggers happy memories of her road-trip from the province, Riley sees all sorts of funny street signs. But when Lungkot touched the memory, Riley remembers the stress of being stuck in city traffic and becomes sad.

5. On the first day of school, Riley giddily introduces herself to her classmates and tells them how she's from the province. She is laughed at. This creates a sad memory in the Himpilan and Wacky Island is swallowed by a sinkhole into a dark region called the Limot dump.

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6. Taking action, Saya decides to dump the sad core memory. However, she struggles with Lungkot who knocks other memories out. This causes an imbalance in Riley's emotions just as she was having pancit for dinner with her parents.

7. Due to high levels of sass, Riley's dad is forced to put his foot down, which involves raising a slipper and a palo threat.

8. Riley's mom tells her to go to her room while raising an eyebrow at her husband who promptly asks "Anong ginawa ko?" before going back to imagining a recent basketball game.

9. Riley's mom rolls her eyes before herself, languishing in that memory of a pinoy military dude asking her to elope.

10. While fixing Riley's memories, Saya and Lungkot are sucked into a tube onto Long Term Memory, a hidden place never thought to exist. Riley is jolted and is reminded of an old TV commercial called nano-nano.

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