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Bunsong kapatid, hiningan nang hiningan ng pera ng kanyang Ate pero nang siya na ang mangailangan, hindi niya inasahan ang sasabihin sa kanya ng kapatid!

We often hear stories about siblings who constantly fight each other and argue for the most mundane things. It is like siblings are born to live in the same house for half of their lives just to compete with each other for the following: their parents’ attention, to establish authority inside the house, and of course, to point fingers when it comes to doing household chores.

But sometimes, siblings could also be the first person you could lean into in times of troubles. Some sibling relationships are really tightly knitted that they really rely onto each other.

Take a look at this ate-bunso conversation that would surely put tears in your eyes.

The Facebook page named Tito, Vic and Joey Lines, posted a screenshot of a conversation on the phone by an older sister to her younger sister.

Here is how their conversation went:

Ate: Bunso?

Bunso: Oh bakit ate?

Ate: May extra ka pa bang pera dyan?

Bunso: Bakit?

Ate: Pahiramin mo naman ako kahit 500 lang oh. Wala pa kasi akong sahod e.

Bunso: Di ba nagtuturo ka na?

Ate: Wala pa akong sahod e. ibabalik ko naman.

Bunso: Sige. 500 lang ha?

Ate: Oo. Ibabalik ko naman. Wag kang mag-alala.

Bunso: Okay. Padala ko na lang mamaya.

We could see that Ate, though the older one, had to rely to her younger sister for financial support. This type of conversation is close to reality because some siblings do rely to their brother or sister whenever their pockets become empty.

A month passed by. Ate once again messaged Bunso.

Ate: Bunso? Bunso? Sumahod ka na di ba?

Bunso: Oo. Bakit?

Ate: Pahingi naming 800 pandagdag pang sa gatas ni Baby Josh. Gipit talaga ako ngayon e.

Bunso: E bakit wala bang pera yang asawa mo? Bakit sakin ka humihingi?

Ate: May trabaho naman ang Kuya Rick mo kaso gipit lang talaga e. Please?

Bunso: Ano ba yan? Buwan-buwan na lang ako nagpapadala sayo ah? Simula nang mawala sila Mama at Papa parang kargo ko na kayo mag-asawa. Ako tong bunso ah?

Ate: Pasensya ka na sakin, Bunso. Wala lang talaga akong mahiraman.

Bunso: Tapos ano? Sa sunod na buwan manghihingi ka na naman? Ate naman! Maghanap naman kayo ng mapagkakakitaan.

Ate: Pasensya ka na, bunso. Huli na talaga to.

Bunso: Sige magpapadala ako mamaya ng 800. Halos isang taon na yata akong nagpapadala sayo buwan-buwan e.

Ate: Pasensya ka na ha. Wag kang mag-alala. Ibabalik ko din sayo mga hiniram ko.

Bunso: Osya sige.

But after a year, the younger sister was fired from her job.

Bunso: Ate! Uuwi na ako dyan sa probinsya.

Ate: Ha? Bakit?

Bunso: Natanggal ako sa trabaho ko.

Ate: Paano yan? Hindi ka maghahanap ng trabaho?

Bunso: Hindi na muna. Pamasahe na lang pauwi ang pera ko e.

Ate: Ah sige. Umuwi ka na dito.

Bunso: Okay lang, Ate? Kargo mo pa ako nito. Wala na akong pera dito at di ako makakatulong sa gastusin niyo.

Ate: Sino nagsabi sayong wala ka ng pera?

The younger sister did not expect what her sister would say next.

Ate: Alam ko nag life style mo. Kapatid kita e. kaya kahit paunti-unti humihingi ako ng pera sayo para magbukas ng bank account mo kasi alam ko na mawawala agad ang pera mo. Tinitiis ko mga masasakit na salita na binibitawan mo. Ganun kita kamahal. Ikaw na lang kakampi ko e.

Tayo lang dalawa ang magkapatid.

As it turned out, her sister was actually saving all the money she got from her.

Ate: Kaya umuwi ka na dito dahil excited na ang pamangkin mong makita ka. Mahal na mahal ka ni Ate, bunso.

Bunso: Ate! Sorry.

In the end, the younger was grateful to her sister for having her back in this time when she now is the one in need.

 

Source: Facebook

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