Street Food Vendor Goes Viral For Earning At Least P1k Per Day

Street Food Vendor Earning At Least P1k Per Day Elicits Comments From Netizens

A lady street food vendor goes viral and earns praises online for earning at least P1, 000 per day because of her products.

A Facebook user named Poleng Aguilar has shared the photos of herself with her mouth-watering yet affordable street food products. The post quickly spread like a wildfire online and elicits comments from the netizens.

In the photos, it can be seen that Aguilar and her partner were selling different types of street foods and drinks in the home. The woman was happy with her career although she finished her college education.

Street Food Vendor

Aguilar is selling different varieties of popular Filipino street foods including Kwekkwek, kikian, cheese stick, chicken balls, squid balls and siomai. The foods were worth P20 only but servings varies on the type of food.

The lady vendor also sells drinks such as Coke, Sprite and Royal for P15 each. She is also offering delivery service for minimum of P100 with a charge of P10 for the service fee.

Poleng also respond to her bashers criticizing her for being a street food vendor although she finished her college. The woman explained that she could only earn more or less P500 on working for a company.

Street Food Vendor

However, she could earn up to P1, 000 with no boss or employer on her current job as vendor. She can enjoy more time for herself, family and friends with attending her business only.

Here is the full post:

“Nakapag-college ka naman, bakit nagtitinda ka lang ng mga kwe-kwek?”

Well, kung magta-trabaho ako para sa iba kikita lang ako ng more or less 500 Pesos sa isang araw, sa pagtitinda ko ng kwe-kwek kumikita ako kahit papaano ng 1K+ kada araw, hawak ko pa oras ko at sarili ko lang ang boss ko. That’s all, thank you.

The netizens expressed their reactions to the post:

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