Ang Pinoy….

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  • #26210


    aris
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    Ang mga Pilipino ay tunay na naiiba sa ibang lahi sa buong sulok ng mundo. Tayong mga Pilipino ay may angking katangian na kailanma’y hindi maaaring tularan ng ibang lahing pilit na ginagaya saan mang panig ng daigdig!! Mabuhay ang mga Pilipino!!! Mabuhay ang bayang PILIPINAS!!
    Isang luntian at mapagpalayang hapon po sa inyong lahat!!!A

  • #26208


    pinay
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    an aking pinoy gabos na gurang binibisahan, maski mapudpod na an angog

  • #26205


    Bugs
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    ay manay awehn dae ko tabi iyan nagibo magtambay sa may hagdan ta mayo man nin secand floor sa BUCEng…hehe sayang!
    Tol-tol:
    ang mga pinoy pirming maugmahon maski patong-patong ang problema.

    B. S. U. R. S. U. C. S. I. M. I. M.
    http://www.banny.dpinoyweb.com

  • #26192


    pinay
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    aram mo nyaknyak:))

  • #26188


    Anonymous

    hehe! 😀
    manay arlene,
    so gibo-gibo mo man baga kaidto ay pirmi ka man naka mini asin sleeveless ngaring mapansin ni manoy.
    tapos pag aram mong kasunod mo siyang naglalakaw sa corridor ay sagin-saging mong ihuhulog ang panyo mo maski may sipon pa. herak man ki manoy ta kiringki na sa kakapot kang panyo(tip lang kang duwang moro ang nag pogol) para isoli saimo.

    bwahahahahaha! :))__________________________________________________________
    ^_* H i K. !
    GRRR!!!BANTAYYYY!!!! BEHAVEEE!
    Happiness is a voyage, not a destination. There is no better time to be happy than…..NOW.
    Live and enjoy the moment.

  • #26187


    pinay
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    hoy kamong duwa kun dai ko pa aram an tambayan nindo sa may hagdanan tanganing kung may mag sakat na naka mini skirt pasimple lang kamong nag titingag oyyyyyyyyy aminin….hahaha!!!!:))

  • #26184


    Anonymous

    @chairgay
    nyak!nyak!nyak!Nyak! :))
    ano man ta aram mo? gibo-gibo mo man yan ano? :))

    may trick ka pa ngani na basta naka-mini ang nasa atobangan mo ay pag na-isog siya ay naisog ka man para pirmi kang nasa atobangan nya. :))__________________________________________________________
    ^_* H i K. !
    GRRR!!!BANTAYYYY!!!! BEHAVEEE!
    Happiness is a voyage, not a destination. There is no better time to be happy than…..NOW.
    Live and enjoy the moment.

  • #26181


    Bugs
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    @prisidynt
    giribohon mo yan ano kan college ka… 🙂

    B. S. U. R. S. U. C. S. I. M. I. M.
    http://www.banny.dpinoyweb.com

  • #26179


    Anonymous

    kapag pinoy:
    MAGALANG—laging may PO at OPO

    pamilyang pinoy:
    MASKI MAY MGA AGOM NA ANG MGA AKI AY NAGSOSOROKSOK PA GIRARAY SA BARONG-BARONG KANG MAGURANG

    hospitality kang mga pinoy:
    ANG MGA PINAKA TAGO-TAGONG TAMONG, PUNDA, KOBONG AY IPINAPAGAMIT SA BISITA LANG, SAMANTALANG SO MAY KAG HARONG AY PARAKIT NA ANG TAMONG.

    sa sasakyan:(jeep,mrt,lrt,bus)
    KAPAG MAY NAKA TINDOG NA GURANG AY IYONG PINAPATOKAW, DAE BALING MAGTINDONG ANG LALAKI.
    KAPAG MAY NAKA TINDOG NA MAGAYON NA BABAE, TINA TAWAN NING SPACE SA GILID NYA NGARING MAKATOKAW ANG BABAE NA KATAID NYA NGARIG MAKA-TSANSING.__________________________________________________________
    ^_* H i K. !
    GRRR!!!BANTAYYYY!!!! BEHAVEEE!
    Happiness is a voyage, not a destination. There is no better time to be happy than…..NOW.
    Live and enjoy the moment.

  • #26171


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    Pinoy yata yan…
    (Dahli Aspillera, http://www.malaya.com.ph)
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    To start the year right, here’s a boost to our being. This piece by Ed Lapiz has been going around in the web. Abstracted, expanded, excerpted for space, for my readers who haven’t seen it:
    For starters, the whites are spending hours and big money tanning themselves under the sun or artificial light, to approximate the Filipino complexion.
    You like the touchy-feely types? Filipinos create human chains with our perennial tangan, lapit, akbay, hawak, yakap, himas, kalabit, kandong, kalong, tutok, etc. We are always seeking interconnection.
    The Filipino is a linguist. It is not uncommon for Filipinos speak at least three. Many a lot more. Then there’s our Jose Rizal, the quintessential Filipino, who fluently spoke at least a dozen languages.
    Political correctness? The Filipino has evolved gender-neutral words like asawa, anak, magulang, kapatid, biyenan, manugang, bayani, balae, etc.
    The Filipino is a groupist. An average Filipino would have and know at least 300 relatives. At work, we live bayanihan; at play, we want a kalaro more than laruan. At socials, our invitations are open and it is more common even for guests to invite and bring in other guests.
    In transit, we do not want to be separated from our group. So what do we do when there is no more space in a vehicle? Kalong. No one would ever suggest splitting a group and waiting for another vehicle with more space!
    The Filipino is into weaving, a metaphor. We are social weavers. We place a lot of premium on pakikisama and pakikipagkapwa. We weave theirs into ours that we all become part of them. Therefore, we call our friends’ mother, nanay or mommy; we call a friend’s elder sibling ate or kuya. We even call strangers tia (aunt) or tio (uncle), tatang (grandfather), etc.
    So extensive is our social openness and inter-relations that we have specific title for extended relations like hipag, balae, inaanak, ninong/ninang, kinakapatid, etc.
    In addition, we have the profound ‘ka’ (co-equal) institution – kasama, kaisa, kapanalig, etc. In our social fiber, we treat other people as co-equals.
    Filipinos have (pakiramdam). We know how to feel what others feel, sometimes even anticipate what they will feel. Being manhid/teflon is one of the worst labels anyone could get. We know when a guest is hungry. We can tell if people are lovers even if they are miles apart. We know if a person is offended though he may smile. We get not only to wear another man’s moccasin, but also his heart.
    The Filipino is very spiritual. We transcend the physical world, see the unseen and hear the unheard. We have a deep sense of kaba and kutob.
    A Filipino wife will instinctively feel when her husband or child is going astray, whether or not tell-tale signs present themselves. Filipino spirituality makes him invoke divine presence or intervention at nearly every bend of his journey.
    The Filipino is timeless. Measure time not with hours and minutes but with feeling. Our time is diffused, not framed. Our appointments are defined by mamaya, sa umaga, banding tanghali (noon-ish), sa hapon, or sa gabi. People’s tardiness and extended stays annoy others. But the Filipino, being governed by timelessness, allows for more time to be nice, kind, and accommodating.
    Filipinos say good-bye to guests first in the living room, then the head of the stairs, then down to the descamo (landing), to the entresuelo (mezzanine), to the pintuan (doorway), to the tarangkahan (gate). And if the departing persons are to take public transportation, up to the bus stop or bus station.
    So what makes the Filipino special? We are tan, spiritual, timeless, spaceless, linguists, groupists, weavers, adventurers, industrious.
    Seldom do all these profound qualities find personification in a people. Filipinos should allow, and should be allowed to contribute their special traits to the world-wide community of men. But first, we should know and like ourselves.
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