As of press time, Ellen is the top trending topic on Twitter in the Philippines.
Among the answers that trended the most on the social media platform involved questions about texting etiquette and cellphone boundaries in dating.
One netizen asked Ellen (translated from Bisaya): "What if matagal siya bago mag-reply, sign na ba na hindi siya interested?"
Ellen, who responded in Bisaya, replied: "Ang ibig sabihin nito 'Day, kung naghihintay ka sa kaniyang reply, para kang aso na naghihintay sa kanya.
"Wala ka bang life? Ha? Ako hindi ako mag-reply sa taong nga walang life."
Another question that trended the most asked: "Okay lang ba pakialaman ko ang cellphone ng aking karelasyon?"
Ellen said, "Yang mga ganyan 'Day, para lang yan sa mga pangit ang mukha. Sa mga insecure, sa mga praning.
"Hindi ko pa yan naranasan. Never."
Since most of Ellen's Instagram Stories are in Bisaya, fans noticed that more and more people are eager to learn the dialect.
And one of them asked Ellen in her Q&A Instagram Stories session.
The person asked Ellen for "some basic bisaya words" for their Cebuano partner.
Ellen gave the phrase "Ay ko'g labda", which roughly means "Huwag mo pasakitin ulo ko."
She said, "'Ay ko'g labda' is the way, the truth, and the life. This will make your life simple and easy.”
A number of fans on Twitter also provided some translations of Ellen's Instagram Stories.
TV and book writer Noreen Capili compiled some of Ellen's best pieces of advice and gave its Tagalog translation:
This is not the first time Ellen went viral for her dating advice on Instagram Stories.
The former sexy actress made rounds online in September 2020 when a netizen asked her about cheaters. The question implied that this wasn't the first time the netizen caught their partner cheating.
Ellen replied, "You deserve what you tolerate."
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