Our toxic trait is thinking we can get it right on the first try.
Whether you’ve played the actual game or just seen it on TV, Family Feud is a game known the world over. The simple premise of guessing answers that fit the questions determined by a survey is easy to follow but surprisingly difficult to master. You probably had those moments where you wracked your brain thinking of what answers best fit the question. And it becomes even harder when doing so while being filmed for a nationwide audience.
Over the years, Family Feud Philippines has given us many memorable answers from contestants, especially in its latest iteration on GMA. But some just stand out for all the right reasons. Wacky, unique, off-kilter, unconventional, or all of the above, these answers lowkey belong in the hall of fame for Family Feud answers. Check out the wild responses that were immortalized on national TV below.
ANO ANG MABISANG PANG-HULI NG DAGA?
During BGYO and BINI’s Family Feud episode, host Dingdong Dantes asked Mikki and Maloi what is best used to catch a rat. Maloi, pressing her button first, said tabo. And if that wasn’t enough, her second answer later that round was plastic. TBH, it does make sense if you have fast reflexes. Alas, tabo and plastic were not on the board, but they did make for memorable answers.
ENGLISH WORD NA KA-RHYME NG DUCK?
@familyfeudph Ano raw??? #fyp #FamilyFeudPH #viral #trending ♬ original sound – Family Feud Philippines
While others might have thought of yuck or suck, we honestly think there are probably a lot of people who would also say the word Xilohuette said. It lowkey deserved more than four points.
1+1 = ?
penge ng ganitong kabiruan 👉👈 pic.twitter.com/htF9OD3Bw9— kabulastugan (@kblstgn) November 23, 2022
In fairness to Mavy, he, along with many Gen Z, probably was not familiar with the joke that prompt was alluding to, hence his answer. But the fact that out of all the things he could have said he chose hotdog makes it so much better.
ANO ANG KAILANGAN PAG MAGLULUTO NG BARBECUE?
@itscabskii ibon 😭 HAHAHA #familyfeud #funny #fyp #viralvideo #throwback ♬ original sound – Cabskii
Listen, it’s not easy to be cool under pressure and think on your feet when you’re on national TV and have a limited amount of time to answer for the final round, so we applaud this contestant for giving it her best shot. But the way she would translate her answers to English was lowkey a slay.
HINDI KA MAGPAPAMASAHE KUNG ANG MASAHISTA AY?
Our reigning queen pic.twitter.com/uQ6IjZ6PKX— K̴̮̗͋ě̶̲̞̝͝ỹ̷̱̲̹̽͊ ̴̙̚F̸̫̔͂̇ä̷̞̼̰́̀́ņ̵͐̅̏g̶̅̀̐ (@KeyFangg) December 3, 2023
Let’s be real, it does make sense Captivating KatKat saying that she wouldn’t get a massage from a masseuse who had no hands. Who would want to, right? Though we doubt someone with no arms would want to be a masseuse in the first place.
BODY PART NA NAGSISIMULA SA LETRA T?
The show’s producers knew exactly what they were getting themselves into with this question. The costume, Bunjaa’s confidence, and the answer itself, the moment was *chef’s kiss*. It may have not been the top answer, but it was still one of the funniest.
BUKOD SA BARIL, ANO BA ANG PUMUPUTOK?
If you’ve seen the US version of the game show, you’d know that the answers, and the contestants themselves, can go to some ~interesting~ places. Such was the case when actress Jen Rosendahl thought of something else on what explodes. Her answer of “puwet” was the cherry on top.