Who else here has received a text message or 10 from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) telling you to keep safe and stay dry in the rain?

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Tropical Storm "Salome" hit the metro last week, which left many stranded due to the ridiculous surge rates. On Friday, Public Storm Warning Signal #2 (winds of 61-120 kph) led to the suspension of classes in Metro Manila and other affected parts of the country.

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In times like this, the NDRRMC takes care of information dissemination by updating the public on the weather and which critical areas are affected by a typhoon. But in this particular situation, the disaster agency may have been too worried about its constituents.

Whoa, didn't expect that

Companionship agency?

On rainfall and being pa-fall

Easy with the hugot

Concerned, clingy, or creepy?

'I gotchu, fam!'

Unli promo?

Then don't play hard to get

Taking it to another level

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Just when you were thinking of 'loyalty'

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This story originally appeared on Fhm.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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