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8 Lines That Even Strong Girls Will Be Afraid to Hear

Because strong girls are human, too.
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Strong girls can handle almost anything thrown their way, but it doesn't mean they're 100% unafraid of anything. Below are eight lines that strong girls will dread hearing.

  1. May ipis sa likod mo.

Because who isn't scared of ipis, especially if it flies?

  1. The deadline is tomorrow.

Strong girls are smart, confident, and on top of things, but an unreasonable deadline is a different story.

  1. Bukas ang zipper mo.

And you cringe when you realize how long it's been open.

  1. May tagos ka.

Especially when you're wearing light-colored bottoms.

  1. Wala na pong size.

You know what you want and how to get it, but some things are just out of your control.

  1. May pasok ang college level.

Because who would want to go to school when the rain is torrential and roads are impassable.

  1. Walang wi-fi.

Or data signal. Choose your poison.

  1. Wala nang thigh part.

Especially when you're hangry as hell.

What lines do you dread the most? Sound off in the comments below.

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