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Postby Lwilliams » Thu, 05 Jun 2008 4:43 am

hey Plavt. I just ready your post, ou may be married to a Filipina If... (written by an American guy who loves his Filipina wife in spite of the numerous irregularities):
and I'm assuming this wasn't written by you? It's excellent. I don't know much about the Filipina culture but from you post I gather they really, really enjoy pig.
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Postby Plavt » Thu, 05 Jun 2008 5:40 am

Not written by me and no I am not married to a Filipina but have been there a few times and have friends in the country. Yes they do enjoy pig, they breed them quite commonly in the rural areas or seem to. :D

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Postby MikeDirnt » Wed, 18 Jun 2008 1:02 am

enjoys pig is something im not sure. :P

but if you mean pork, yes you are right. there are pork basically everywhere when you are in phil
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Re: filipina vs filipino

Postby Global Citizen » Tue, 24 Jun 2008 6:22 am

BakuTeh wrote:
MikeDirnt wrote:
bee_happy wrote:Filipina = woman
Filipino = general term for inhabitants of the Philippines, but most commonly used as a reference to the MALE species of that group of islands...

:cool:

ah i forgot. Salamat :D


Salamat :? , Malay?


There are several words in Tagalog that are similar to Malay. For eg. kambing in Malay and Tagalog is goat and pintu = door. Pig or pork in Malay is babi and in Tagalog = baboy. Also the word balikbayan shares the same meaning in Malay for the first word balik which means return.

No, I'm not Pilipina but am somewhat familiar with some words as I've been there several times and I speak some Malay.
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Postby MikeDirnt » Thu, 26 Jun 2008 2:06 am

yes some words are same but different meaning. like susu :lol:
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Postby steelwater » Fri, 27 Jun 2008 12:50 am

hahahha funny post. aray! hahahaha
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