Finding the Bicolano in me

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  • #17764


    Jot
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    hehehe… well for me ksi… ang pagiging selosa or seloso is a sign that one has no trust with the person he or she loves… if you really love someone… you should trust him or her… jealousy leads to hate… hate leads to the dark side… mwwahaheehehehe

  • #17756


    Maayon
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    my apologies, jot..na -off topic tuloy tayo.. pasensiya na po tabi

  • #17755


    Maayon
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    Banny,
    oo nga no? pero mostly..mga bicolano naman pag di nagseselos ang mga mahal nilang bicolana iispin na hindi sila mahal..wala talagang matakbuhan..huh..buhay talaga..:P

  • #17752


    Bugs
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    jot,
    tama si manoy ted alot of pretty lady in bicol specially, Ligao, Polangui Oas albay maraming mestisa dyan also in Sorosogon last time i’m always spend my vacation there with my cousinwho is a priest in that area. magagayon talaga and malalambing pero esus ka selosa ng mga bicolana.hahaha
    Anyway feel at home ka sa bicol…we welcome you to be as one of us.
    Banny

  • #17751


    Jot
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    Thanks for the post!… regarding the bicolanas… that is the other reason why my gf will accompany me there =) oh well… actually I’ll cover areas from Naga to Sorsogon… whew! iniisip ko pa lang napapagod na ako….. hehehehe oh did I mention na we’re a Mechanical Contractor… specializing in Airconditioning Ventilation Systems… from Residential..Commercial and Industrial applications…. hehehe…syempre mag ad na ako dito mwehehehehehe

  • #17749


    ted
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    Jot,
    You don’t have to find the bicolano in you. The Bicolano blood runs in you! You don’t have to worry. I can assure you that you will be able to relate very well with Ligaonons. They’re very warm and accomodating, just like any other full blooded bicolanos. Just be simple, honest, and humble and you will never go wrong. Taking over the business (branch) of your dad is therefore not a problem.
    Paging Ligaonon members of this site. SOS nyo c Jot. Please see to it na he’s well taken cared of there.
    Eto ang problema mo: Because napakagaganda (mga magagayon) andnapakalambing ang mga bicolana, baka makalimutan mo GF mo, he he he.
    Good luck and God bless.
    Ted

  • #17737


    Jot
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    My dad originated from Ligao, Albay and my mom from Baliuag Bulacan… well it was a long story on how they met =) our family settled in Manila…this is where I lived most of my life… this september we will be opening our office at Ligao to have a market share in Bicol and my dad really wants to retire in his hometown, he always talk about the hard life he went through to survive… he even surprised himself for achieving things he didn’t even planned…my dad is the eldest of8 siblings coming from a poor family… that is why he strived so hard to be where he is now. I will be the one in charge with our branch there, thinking that I will be far away from my friends family not knowing if I can visit themthat often… I feel afraid… afraid that I can’t relate well with the people there… afraid with the risk of putting such business there… afraid to be away from my GF… although we made arrangements that she will accompany me there once she is able to turnover her tasks from their family business… but I don’t know when will that be… that is why I’m trying to find the Bicolano in me… the attitude would really help me to overcome the challenge that I’m about to face…. and by the way…. this is my first post here as you can see =) I just got this site by looking up Bicolano sites in google… oh well… I am a newbie here! =)

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