Helluww fellas! How you doin’? Anyone know where that question phrase comes from? Hope you had a good Tuesday!
Oops, what I meant is what show usually use that question phrase hehe but you’re right @piintut it’s from “how are you doing?”
Yap it is from the -> @natweetalie: ‘Friends’ Series. :D Anyone familiar with the series?
Great! Let’s begin :D
1st #EngPic: Ross and Rachel with the stuffed T-Rex!
Q1. In the picture, what’s referred as ‘stuffed’ and why is it called so?
Q2. Why would Ross force the T-Rex to Emma?
2nd #EngPic: Joey and Ross having a conversation
Q3. Wow “Friend Zone” term has been used in this series, what does it actually mean?
3rd #EngPic: Chandler and Monica’s wedding day
Q4. Who were Ross referring his reasons to? Anyone remembered?
4th #EngPic: Playstation era anyone?
Q5. What does “whack” mean?
5th #EngPic: this one is hilarious!!
Q6. Anyone knows why Rachel went furious when Joey said the question phrase?
6th #EngPic: ooooooo
Q7. Who was Joey talking to?
Last #EngPic: hmmmmm
Q8. What is “sarcastic comment”? It’s not an “advice”?
There you go fellas! Looking forward to your answers soon :)
@krisanthiailma: It’s a doll, and its called so bcz its t-rex doll.
@TCS_Murs: can be known as plush toys too, they’re stuufed with soft materials in it.
@krisanthiailma: Bcz he thinks that emma cannot sleep without it
@aishasabila: Because Ross wants his daughter to like dinosaurs since he’s a paleontologist…
@sizigium: friend zone= situation where your crush just consider you as a friend when you expect more from him/her
@amalianadiene: hving crush for ur friend/bestfriend , but you can’t be in a relationship with them bcz they think you’re just a friend
@anggastaa: It were referring to his 1st, 2nd, and 3rd marriage.
The word “whack” could be “@palescfab: Bad” or “@yudithers: Very hard hit”. So Playstation at the time might be something really “bad” as in cool, oh the 90s hehehe
@RioBollo: Rach was furious because that was Joey’s killer greeting for ladies. <- Yep…
@sylandvee: Tottaly for Ross!!
@RioBollo: Things said in a direct manner, as is, with no euphemism. Painful truth. Chandler’s king of sarcasm.
@Derpamoto: Something the complete opposite of what the user means. It often has the best comedic value. And no, it’s not an advice.
So there you have the answers :) I hope you had a good time reminiscing “Friends” hehe and guess what I found..
What “Friends” have taught us :)
So that’s it fellas! Have a great evening! Good luck to those going to have their National Examinations or UN!! JUST BE POSITIVE!!