How to make your own #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines Meme

The response of most netizens have been overwhelming and enthusiastic that creative ways of showing how #itsmorefuninthePhilippines are being displayed here.

You can also do it. I made one here from MoreFunMaker.com or this ItsMoreFuninthePhilippines Generator www.redmediacrm.com/morefun/ (If you have photoshop skills, check out Jayvee’s How to make your own “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” Meme. It is a photo I took of my husband and myself in Boracay where we were just enjoying ourselves, having quiet time and relaxing.

Check out the gallery of the #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines and you will be entertained and feeling proud to be a Filipino. There is also a live a living Twitter wall where you can view the crowd-made “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” photos.

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