Nosebleed

Nosebleed

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  • Good day, Miss! I just got here from the UK, and I was wondering what transportation I can take from the airport to Belmont Hotel Manila. Could you be a dear and help me?
  • Wow! Sorry Sir, your accent is really deep. Could you say that again? I got a nosebleed!
  • A nosebleed?! Are you fine?
  • HAHAHA! I'm sorry. I meant to say that I did not quite get what you said. Filipinos often use "nosebleed" to imply that, particularly to foreigners.
  • Oh, I see! That's very interesting. Allow me to say it slower. I need to get to Belmont Hotel Manila. Do you know how I can get there?
  • Oh! You can go down that hall, and turn right. Take the escalator, and look for the exit. Turn left. There is a sign that will lead you to the taxi stand, or if you want, you can take a tricycle since Belmont is not that far.
  • Wow! That was a lot. I did not get that last part. Or should I say I got a nosebleed?
  • HAHAHA! There are signs downstairs that will lead you to the taxi stand. You can just follow it.
  • Oh! Thank you very much for your help. It was nice talking to you!
  • You too! Enjoy your stay here in the Philippines. Goodbye!
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