Male Netizen Goes Viral Over Wrong Spelling of Martial Law “Marshallaw”

Male Netizen Elicits Comments Online Over Wrong Spelling of Martial Law “Marshallaw”

MARSHALLAW – A male netizen goes viral and elicits reactions online over the wrong spelling of Martial Law “Marshallaw”.

Duterte imposed martial law in Mindanao in May 2017 after homegrown terrorists supporting the Islamic State assaulted the main Islamic City of Marawi. It was renewed three times in 2018 and expired at the end of 2019.

Duterte chose not to request an extension of what had already been the Philippines’ longest period of military control since the brutal era of late president Ferdinand Marcos on the advice of the senior brass of the nation.

Male Netizen

A Facebook user named Prince Zhal has shared a photo of his old notes containing his opinion about “Martial Law” in Marawi City. The post goes viral after it was posted on social media and garnered comments from the netizens.

In the photo, Prince has written his opinion regarding Martial Law in Marawi City way back in 2017. Zhal expressed his opposition against Martial Law because it results in the loss of many lives including innocent people.

Everything seems to be fine until the netizens noticed his wrong spelling of Martial Law. He spells it as “Marshallaw” because it is quite similar to the pronunciation of marshmallow.

The latter explained that he was still in grade 7 when their history teacher give them seatwork. At first, the teacher laughed at him but eventually taught him the proper spelling and pronunciation of the word.

“I did not agree with the martial law coz for me, the safety of innocent people would be at stake cause of it,” Prince said.

The photo has a caption:

“T, Utak ko nung 2017”

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

Male Netizen

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