Respondent 1: Naknamputsa naman! Paano kami gaganahang pumasok sa business school na yan kung ang uniform namin e mukhang kurtina ng bus? Buti pa sa nursing, kulay puti. Mukha kaming kagalang-galang...
Respondent 2: Yaki!!! I mean, I'm not choosing to wear that table cloth, 'no?!!! (Day, kurtina yan ng bus, hindi table cloth!)
Immediately after the results of the study were published, the Chairman called for an Executive Committee meeting to address the situation:
Chairman: What should we do? It looks like tackling our current school uniform is the key to solving this enrollment problem...
Officer 1: How about scrapping the uniform, sir? Plain and simple.
Chairman: Totally unacceptable. It would reduce the (censored) of (censored), and we know that we can not mess with (censored). Plus, how would you react if you don't receive the (censored) from (censored)? Are you willing to lose that (censored)?
Officer 2: I agree with you, boss. I think I have a better solution. It appears that Bayani Fernando has solved our problem.
Chairman: Bayani Fernando?
Officer 2: Yes. Take a look at this.
Chairman: Ha.....(long pause).....Ha..(short pause)..Ha..Ha.Hahahahaha!!!!
Shortly afterwards, the Chairman immediately issued the following information bulletin:
TO ALL (censored) STUDENTS:
WE ARE GLAD TO INFORM YOU THAT, PURSUANT TO BAYANI FERNANDO'S ANNOUNCEMENT LAST NOVEMBER 2003, BUSES AND ALL PUBLIC UTILITY VEHICLES ARE NOW BANNED FROM USING CURTAINS ON THEIR WINDOWS. DUE TO THIS DEVELOPMENT, YOU NEED NOT CONCERN YOURSELF ANYMORE ABOUT GETTING ASSOCIATED WITH A DRAB BUS CURTAIN.
Students, elated with the development, were finally seen returning to the business college. Enrollment for the past week has been brisk and the college's officials have been given a vote of confidence by a lot of students.
Anonymous Student: Ayaw ko naman talagang mag-nursing. Namroblema lang talaga ako sa uniform. Buti na lang we have good school officials concerned with our plight. Keep up the good work!!!