…so for this anti-Filipino post from a brainless, piece of shit who’s too fucked up that you can’t fuck her anymore, I really am loading my gun with all the curses I can muster. (Trust me, she’s getting all the hate messages on Tumblr). Since she expressed all her opinions in the wrong way, I think I am also licensed to talk shit about her posts.
what can you say about this,watch?v=v1Q676tSCeI&feature=share ? bawal pala ang link sa TA. hehe. sa youtube yan rey.
Reason: Neglect of education. Expect more of that if there will be a cut (btw, i like to call it slash) in te budget for education. However, I think to avoid disappointment, we should all refrain from depending on the government (welfare and relief are bullshit). WE BECOME SLAVES OF THE GOVERNMENT WHEN WE ALWAYS DEPEND ON THEM. PASULONG!
Wearing that number and getting a little sleep the night before, I braved the challenge to run a five kilometer distance on the 19th of June. (It was the same day that the Mayan race celebrated Dr Jose P Rizal Day, and the whole world, Father’s Day).
The 10K run would have been a better challenge (something that would grant you bragging rights to your friends when you finish), but @thecoffeestick, jeffrey (who should really get a tumblr real soon) and I decided to leave that for the professionals (a.k.a. the only bunch that would be game for the longest run).
I never thought everyone would forget Filipino time (See also: Late commence). The plaza was actually looking like this:
when we arrived. The camera dude was there, the hosts were talking about the Millenium Development Goals, the runners were pinning their numbers (I pinned my number at the wrong side of my shirt). After that, we took out positions…
Before the race, we had to chose from eight colors. Each MDG had a corresponding color. I chose the second goal: ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION. My ribbon color was red. @thecoffeestick and jeffrey chose green for environment (I would have chosen green, too. The reason why I didn’t is still a mystery to me).
What I got from the Fun Run: 1) the fun that it promised; 2) a certificate that I finished; 3) a plastic that I asked for from a sari-sari store where I kept the camera and my cellphone because it was raining; 4) aching legs. This is not the last of it. I’m joining again next year!
We, Filipinos are known for our HOSPITALITY and we have the BAYANIHAN culture. Unfortunately, this culture vanishes.
Which one? The Bayanihan or Hospitality? Actually I still am positive that we still have them. Efren Peñaflorida, for example, won because we supported him. That is still Bayanihan, my friend. We are still hospitable. In fact, foreigners are still talking about how hospitable the Filipino people are. (They write about it in blogs and books. Cool, right?). I’m just hoping the parents and grade school teachers teach the children well so that these traits and practices would live on. Thanks for sharing, skitzoid! Have a nice day. :)
"Sa bandang silangan, ang ating Bayan.
Marahil ang ating Bayanihan, ang nagbibigay katapangan.
Ang Pilipinong makabayan, ay tunay na bukas ang isipan.
Kahit sa ano mang hamon o dagok ay guagawa pa rin ng paraan."
I am a proud Pinoy/Filipino. But that doesn't mean I shouldn't be enjoying stuff from outside out borders.
Nothing here is anti-Filipino. I just wanna express my point about people telling things about other people.
Something really pissed me off this Independence Day. I’ve been seeing a certain statement a lot even before but my head just erupted when, again, I saw more than a dozen of the same statement today.
People are blabbing stuff like, “We are aliens in our own land,” all because most of us enjoy films from abroad, we download music from Korea or Japan or America or wherever, we write or speak in English, we think local goods are cheap, and we eat whatever they’ve got in other countries. Surely, those people with this kind of mindset are in the side of hypocrisy.
Again, nothing here is anti-Filipino. I’m on the side of people who enjoy stuff from outside the Philippine borders. And I am still a PROUD PINOY, so say whatever.
So I ask you this now. What does Independence really mean to you?
Oops, you said all those things I repeated in my third paragraph so you might not know anything.
So let me express my point in “pure and simple” manner:
One, you are obviously in Tumblr reading this blog post. Tumblr is a micro-blogging platform that was founded by New York-born and New York-based David Karp. There’s nothing “too Filipino” in there. Delete your Tumblr if you hate anything that’s not Filipino-made.
Second, you have a Facebook account (or should I call it, “just another place where you can tell all your friends about your theories that we are not free?”). There’s nothing “too Filipino” in there, too. There’s something in Facebook they like to call Deactivate. I recommend that.
Third, we are free to wear whatever we like. No American citizen or president from any other country obliged anyone in the Philippines to wear their wearables. No one! So here’s for you who thinks we’ve all been made puppets of other nations, “Did they compel you to wear this or that?”
We are free to pick whatever genre of music we like to listen to. I don’t need to explain that. We all know Pop, Hiphop, and Rock are all foreign made genres. I like to listen to two of those genres, so am I not so Filipino? Then why am I maintaining this pro-Pinoy blog?
We are free to choose any religion. And for your information, Christianity originated in the eastern Mediterranean coast of what is today called Israel. If anyone can prove there’s something so Filipino in there, I am willing to give up listening to Japanese pop and rock music. For now, since you’re still thinking of other lies to say, I would like to request you to go back to Animism. It’s actually fine if you do anyway ‘cause you’re free as you really want to be.
We are free to eat in McDonald’s (not counting those who really aren’t into fastfood because of different reasons: it’s either they’re vegetarians or they think fastfood chains are the main cause of environmental problems). Bottom line, at some point of your life, you ate something someone from outside this country invented. Bottom line of the bottom line, Filipino made or not, the ingredients are all made from Earth, and guess what, you’re an Earthling too! (I know, this doesn’t make sense, but I also know I’d make this pure and simple explanation).
There are many other things that I would like to raise as my points but I really think those six are fine for now. (If you have counter-explanations for those, drop me a message. Or email me. Unfollow me if you should. I would hate to have a hypocrite follower).
So here’s the real matter: I don’t give a damn if some people call us (who enjoy stuff from Japan or America or Britain or Wherever) “not real proud Pinoys.” I’d stay true as I proud Pinoy while not closing my mind to any of the stuff that I freely chose.
Salamat! Sana’y naihatid ko ang nais ko talagang iparating. Pwede mo naman ako i-unfollow kung sa tingin mong magkaiba ang pag-iisip natin. Ikaw ang proud na Pinoy na ayaw sa ibang lahi, ako naman yung proud na Pinoy na natutuwa sa gawa ng ibang lahi. Malaya naman tayo sa kahit anong mentalidad ang gustong nating isuot. Hiling ko lang na isipin muna natin ang mga sinasabi natin bago naman mag-post ng kung anu-anong post. Libre lang din naman mag-isip. Hindi kompetisyon ang hanap ko kundi pagiging ganap na mamamayan ng mundong ito. Hindi ako nag-mamagaling.
Alone, we will never know how far we’ve come.
Drop me a message. I wanna know what you’re thinking.