No, "Quick-Quick" is Totally Not a New Song by One Direction

Filipino Directioners are seriously suffering from post-concert depression.
by Macy Alcaraz   |  Mar 25, 2015
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If you're wondering why "Quick-Quick by 1D" is trending on Twitter, well, let's just say that some Filipino Directioners had a little bit of fun with Photoshop. Why? We're guessing it's because they're missing Harry, Liam, Louis, Niall, (and Zayn) oh-so much. Also, trending on Twitter is a skill we've mastered (does #NOCHILLPHILIPPINES ring a bell?).

It's no secret that Directioners tend to have a bit of fun with the boys' Twitter accounts and it's not uncommon to see edits that include the boys tweeting in Filipino or using colloquial terms they obviously didn't really tweet.

A Facebook Fan Page posted one of these fake conversations ('shopped by Twitter user @LouAndNiall_1D) yesterday afternoon and it exploded on Twitter today.

 

The Lads After eating Kwek kwek be like:LOUIS KWEK KWEK YUN. HINDI QUICK QUICK WAHAHAH(This is edited okay? I edited...

Posted by Wandee's Legends - 1D Tagalog Memes&And Stuffs on Monday, March 23, 2015

 

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In case you don't get it, "quick-quick" is also known as the Filipino street food kwek-kwek, quail eggs deep fried in orange batter. Fans quickly joined in on the fan and edited photos of One Direction to include "quick-quick."

 

 

And if you're suddenly craving for a serving of "quick-quick" yourself, you can totally make them at home! Here's a recipe for Homemade Kwek-Kwek in Kalabasa Flowers. Enjoy!

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