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  Sep 19, 2010 07:33 PM  
josie "josie"
Really??? if that's the case then consider it as solved.

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  Sep 20, 2010 06:00 AM  
Jeric
Su nasa America matale ta mayaman, su dae patal ta pobre.

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  Sep 20, 2010 08:19 AM  
☆Janet "Jing-jing"

Bakit Manay josie,hindi mo muna ba inanalisa ang aking mga posts? hello, jeric....kumusta na lang sa mga patal asin pobre

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  Sep 20, 2010 02:07 PM  
josie "josie"
wealthy people are all over the globe. you do not need to be in America to be rich. I will say with pride in my heart that I am not rich. I work very hard for the money I earned.I NEVER SAID ... in this forum that if you live in america you are rich.. never ever! Nor I did never GIVE ANY CONTRASTING REMARKS THAT IF YOU LIVE IN THE PHIL. YOU ARE POOR. Again, I want to repeat, this forum has nothing to do with how rich you are, or how poor you are, or where you live. this are words that you, we, or us, use. aminin natin o hindi it is what it is. I am very much aware of the fact that there are people out there who has nothing good to say about America. They hate every letter of the word. they are very evil about this country for some reason or the other, you can feel the venom of hatred and I think unexplained jealousy, BUT LET ME TELL YOU THIS... IF GIVEN THE CHANCE.... YOU WILL NOT EVEN GIVE A SECOND THOUGHT TO SAY YES... AMERICA HERE I COME! There's not one nation in the world outside the USA that is friendlier and that had accepted immigrants the most. We can exercise our freedom and we can fight for it and be heard, something that you are denied in other countries.

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  Sep 20, 2010 04:05 PM  
☆Janet "Jing-jing"

the result of "VS"

@Manay Josei, you are lucky and some of our kababayans who are in good condition there....but how about the Filipina in this article?

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/viewpoints/viewpoints/view/20100725-283036/Visa-protection-for-victims-of-crimes-and-trafficking

does she can still say "AMERICA HERE I COME"?

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"To achieve great success in life one must be willing to walk the extra mile--- Esther A. Vibal "

[Study the past, if you would divine the future by: CONFUCIUS(c.550-c.478 BC)]

culture gives a set of alternative directions for behavior --- Takie Sugiyama Lebra

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  Sep 20, 2010 09:48 PM  
joe

nag TSIBOG ka na? - pangmayaman

nag KAKAN ka na? - pang pobre

DADDY - pangmayaman

ITAY - pangmahirap

IHO / IHA - pangmayaman

TOTOY/ ENENG - pang pobre

OPO - pang pobre; YEAH - pang mayaman

PUTSA.... pangmayaman; PUTA --- pang mahirap

Mabalos!

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  Sep 20, 2010 10:07 PM  
Hic

America is a fine country. It currently is now for some and has always been eversence its founding in the past, a haven for people to make something better of their lives, there is no doubt whatsoever in my mind about that. There will always be problems occurring for many people who may have difficulties abroad and they do not need to be Filipino either, it happens all the time. The risks people take abroad without having travel&sickness insurance is so prevalent , especially amungst the young who are keen to travel but live recklessly adventurous lives. They are most in need of insurance cover rather than the older folks who live life at a more sedate pace.

There are so many that lose their lives by some mishap either on the roads due to traffic accidents or sickness. Life offers no one any guarantees, and we never know when our number will come up. I know of so many who have secumd to both as well as falling victims to crime to simply unfortunate circumstances such as divorce.

Nobody goes into a marriage intending to get divorced, otherwise we would stay single perhaps if they only knew in advance that their religion will not allow an oppertunity or condone another Church wedding. Although nevertheless there they are still young with a few children ,feeling in need of another partner to share their lives with.

Bad luck can befall anyone anyhere, just as we can have good fortune sometimes to have a small win in the Lottories, but we should be very thankful to have our good health if you are one of the lucky ones like me. Matters of finance are also important and we need wages from our employment to better ourselves, that is why we tend to immigrate abroad in the first instance. Lady Luck is a seperate issue, and we cannot help bad luck, although we can try to stave off many undesirable situations from arising by having enough money to cover us and our immediate needs, such as insurance against life &lost or burnt property.

WORDS are words and they have meanings. They can morph or change in spoken languages but I prefer to communicate with others such as yourselves by simply selecting the most appopriate correct word in plain English to convey my meaning other than those been used in common conversation which be concidered too crude,- for example between two young teenge girls from either USA/UK/AU?NZ. They all use some sort of slang and although I know what they are saying and what they are talking about., I still have to keep my ears sharp to pick up on those chirpy twittering sounds that get uttered so quickly from their glip lips . I dislike listening to movies that think it's somehow better to include s%$*#loads of corse language that really gives little meaning by its inclusion and warrants none.

A similar thing with many Paperback-novels to of dumbing down when it comes to speaking conversational language, I much prefer to enhance and improve it trying to atain perfection and be able to say exactly what I am mothiny and why, without having to make gesturing hands signals or facial expressions. Not to be constantly asking the listener 'If they know what Im"saying, or "Do you know what I mean?."

What I dislike the most is when they repeat themselves even on TV interviews or news bullitins, you can see them been cut short by the shows host who is even worse by interjecting trying to shout over the tops of their babbling argumentative voices. It sounds very rude to me, when they exclaim"shut up' when a "Quiet please" or even "Hush" or Quiet !or Listen to me! . "May I have a word or attention for a moment please"-Would suit the occasion far better However what one often hears is often new catch or buzz-words in vogue. It's not really universally understood all that quickly.

Polite conversation should be and remain the mainstay of any language, and my mantra is not to circulate about anything worse than what you can read here. There are time when the use of bad English is very handy but should not be heard by children who pick it up faster than their parents would like just from the schoolyard alone. Some people can be heard calling their kids "Stupid " in public, and I regard the parents are the stupid ones, not the kids, Who in their right mind should call their kids "Stupid?"-sounds like bad manners perhaps from Dumb parents. There are those times when someone will not be silenced. Thankfully we do seem to have most of just the right degree & balance here in Australia not to become a constantly using profanities without using our discression of timing&place which is of vital importance, otherwise give it a complete miss altogether. That's my advice. "Peace be with you all!. 

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  Sep 21, 2010 05:46 AM  
josie "josie"
jing jing... I don't know where you are coming from but in regards to the article you posted... the woman did not report the alleged abuse to the authorities. of course, as kit said bad luck can happen anywhere, and you can not police every corner and every intersections, but we can not deny the fact that America has the most number of immigrants than any country in the world.... people like to come here for many reasons and the most common reason why they stayed is because of the freedom that they enjoy.... something that money can not buy . mahirap ka o mayaman . Just ask anybody that came to America... you will find that the most common answer are the opportunity for a better life and... freedom.
But, anyway....let's go back to the thread...
salitang pang mayaman.... underpants, pang mahirap... kalson
salitang pang mayaman.... vegetarian , salitang pang mahirap or pang ilocano--- dinengdeng
salitang pang mayaman..... club dancer, salitang pang mahirap.... JAPAYUKE/ Pokpok

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  Sep 21, 2010 05:46 AM  
Jeric
Hi Jing!

Maray baga, pobre pa man guiraray ta sa Pilipinas nag eestar. Sa qualifications asin estado ko, pwede ako magduman sa America pero habo ko ta mas gusto ko sa sadiring lugar mag-estar. Habo kong yaon na ako sa ibang lugar naka-estar saka bako na nganing Filipino citizen, pero sige pa guiraray ang pakisaluso sa urulay manungod sa Pilipinas. Kaya may karapatan ako kung umawon ko o mudahon ang mga pangyayari sa Pilipinas ta saro pa akong ciudadano na nasasakupan asin dapat magsunod sa ley/laws kan nasyon. 2010 na ngunyan, gari iba na su patakaran kumpara kan 19-kupong-kupong manungod sa immigration pasiring sa America kaya bako na gabos pwede magduman.

Keep up the good work sa pagtabang sa mga kahimanwa ta diyan sa Japan.

Ibalik ta sa topic (Dapat Salitang Pang Mayaman kumpara sa Salitang Pang Mahirap - bacong VS)

Pang mayaman: dual-citizen
Pang mahirap: balik-manggagawa

Pang mayaman: Balikbayan Box
Pang mahirap: Cartonite

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  Sep 21, 2010 05:48 AM  
Lore2 "Maestro"
Ang ganda talaga ng salitang English, ang sarap basahin ang post ni Kit kahit na napakahaba, ang sarap ding pakinggan, kahit na medyo wala sa linya ng thread..

Pero anong magagawa ko, ako'y makabayang Pilipino, mahirap at sa bundok nakatira. I am not education, my mother do not school me, so I cannot English you.

Para sa thread na ito, ito ang natutunan ko sa thread ni melody:
Pang mayaman - golf club
Pang mahirap - kilwit or sandok or kagkag.

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  Sep 21, 2010 08:07 AM  
☆Janet "Jing-jing"

@Manay Josei, what do you mean by the word Japayuke/ pokpok? do you have evidences that the person whom you called Japayuke are pokpok? somebody can sue you with that word.... be careful....

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  Sep 21, 2010 08:45 AM  
Dan

pang mayaman: LIGO Sardines

pang tios: Nilagang Manok

background: si mag agom nag bisita o nagduman sa badang, dai nagdara ni pagkakan, nin huli ta napasiram si orolay, duman sinda inabutan nin odto. siempre, si tumataho, obligadong maghanda kan saindang pagkakan, para dai magutom ang boss ninda. ang guinibo kan tumataho para dai magutom ay nagdakop nin manok at nilaga . sabi kan tumataho: "ma'am/sir, pasensya na po kamo ta nilagang manok ang handa mi, dai kaya kami nakabakal sardinas sa banwaan."

...dagos po kamo sa magayon na lugar. dios mabalos!

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  Sep 21, 2010 08:56 AM  
:noyjim:
purbaran ko man daw

salitang burgis = keep the change

salitang maralita = hoy! yung sukli ko.

salitang burgis = 2 million pesos?,"cheap" by Pnoy sa jueteng payola

salitang maralita = 10/19,sa wakas tumama ako ng 200 pesos sa jueteng!

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  Sep 21, 2010 09:43 AM  
NUy-nUy
Pang mahirap na kanta pra sa namamasko>>>> ^-^

Jingol bells, jingol bell, jingol bells, jingol ol d wey hehehe!!!!

Batiun ko daw an gabus na yaun igdi sa thread na ini, tibaad lamang ampunun akong ina-anak wahahaha

Merry Christmas na po mga manuy mga manay Nuy Dan, Nuy Jeric, Nuy Joe, Nuy Kit, Nuy Loreto, ermanung Jim, Manay Josie, Manay Jing, sa gabus isay pah??? ay! c ninong Tolhits pa palan nyahahaha

Maray na aldao po sa gabus

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  Sep 21, 2010 10:51 AM  
.wayne "wayne"
Jing-jing - Am I ryt?
The word "japayuki" is the name of asian people who work in japan, it does'nt mean if what type of work HE / SHE are doing, and that's it.
heto naman ang share ko:

pang mayaman - TRANSFER

PANG mahirap - EVACUATE

commonly used pag nagputok ang bulkan....hala....ahaha

"If You can't Go to the Mountain, Let the Mountain Come to You"

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