One of their most requested videos is a mukbang. So, after exhausting themselves from a day of swimming and playing water games, the Gold Squad sat down to have a Filipino style mukbang. And what better topic to talk about than teen romance?
Andrea Brillantes, Seth Fedelin, Francine Diaz and Kyle Echarri all agree that gender no longer plays a role in relationships. Women can ask out men. “Kung torpe ‘yung lalaki, mauna ka na,” Andrea stated. When paying for a date, women and men can split the cost. “Kaya dapat magtrabaho ka muna bago ka mag-jowa,” Francine advised.
Admittedly, however, women feel good when men take the first step. “Okay lang naman na mauuna kami pero mas nakakadagdag points ‘yung nauuna ‘yung lalaki,” Francine continued. This is especially important during the courting stage. To be fair, men feel the same way. “Nakakadagdag points din kapag nauna ‘yung babae,” Seth chimed in.
At the end of the day, what matters is that the norms in dating are not as conservative as before. In fact, the four of them have all experienced getting turned down by a crush. “Just because you got rejected does not mean you have to give up,” Kyle added.
On a positive note, the Gold Squad shared the qualities of their ideal partners. Apparently, the boys admire independent girls with self-respect and values. Meanwhile, the girls dream of loyal boys who will make an effort and will fight for them.
Andrea Brillantes, Seth Fedelin, Francine Diaz and Kyle Echarri also debated over jealousy, bad boys, and apologizing. Check out this Gold Squad mukbang and share your opinions! Who do you agree more? What do you think about teen romance?