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Lomi Vendor to Customer Asking for Onion: “Bring your own sibuyas po kami”

Lomi Vendor to Customer Asking for Onion: “Bring your own sibuyas po kami”

Funny Conversation Between Lomi Vendor & Customer Asking for Onion Goes Viral

The conversation between a lomi vendor and a customer goes viral due to “Bring your own sibuyas po kami” policy.

Red onions, locally known as “sibuyas,” are currently quite expensive in some parts of the Philippines, which affects a lot of Filipinos. When internet users sent their loved ones onions instead of chocolates on special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries, the scenario even gave rise to numerous memes on social media.

Recently, a Facebook user named Michiko Nazar shared a photo of lomi he ordered at a ‘lomihan’ in Batangas. The photo immediately spread like a wildfire online and garnered various reactions from the netizens.

Lomi Vendor
Photo Courtesy of Pilipino Star Ngayon Digital

In the photo, Nazar flexed the lomi he ordered from a ‘lomihan’ store in Batangas. The lomi has no onion, which prompted him to ask the vendor. The latter was surprised after hearing the vendor’s response.

The vendor answered that they have no onions but the Nazar noticed some customers have one. The lady vendor told him “ay dala po nila ‘yun bring your own sibuyas po kami dine”.

“Natawa lang ako. Natawa rin yung nasa kabilang table. Ang sabi, ‘bring your own sibuyas pala dito e!’ Tas nagkatinginan at nagtawanan na lang kami,” Michiko said.

Nazar explained that he came from the National Capital Region and it was his first time to visit Lipa, Batangas to eat Lomi.

“First time ko kumain sa lomihan na ’to. Galing kasi akong NCR tapos dumayo sa Lipa para mag-lomi. Kaya shookt ako sa BYOS (bring your own sibuyas),” Nazar added.

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

Lomi Vendor

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