Happy New Year !


HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!



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  1. I do trust all the ideas you have offered for your post. They’re really convincing and can definitely work. Nonetheless, the posts are too short for newbies. May just you please lengthen them a bit from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.

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  2. Good morning. Right.Correct. That gives room for anyone who might disagree in case there is any. You don’t force. You show that you don’t intend to dominate. Because yours is just a belief. An opinion. You do not hold absolute truth or proof in case challenged by others.

    A sign of weakness? No.It is fairness. It is only just. It is also democratic.

    And you shut those openings, do away without, only kung sigurado ka sa mga sinasabi mo.

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  3. Matig-a dila ang mga Ilonngo. Kahit i-spell mo f ang bigkas p pa rin. Kahit i-spell mo e ang bigkas i pa rin.πŸ™‚

    well, I am just clear on what are opinions. I dont pass opinions as facts. I do that by using ‘maybe’, ‘probably’, ‘I suppose’, so many means. people do not like opinions presented to sound like facts.

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    • akoy ipinanganak dito sa davao ngunit ang mga magulang ko ay puro mga boholano. totoong matigas ang mga dila nating mga bisaya. kaya siguro (possibly) mas matibay ang ating mga dibdib, di ba? halimbawa, may nag-tsampiyon ba sa pandaidigang titulo ng boksing na Pinoy na hindi bisaya?πŸ™‚

      magagamit mo rin ang mga katagang ito sa game:
      maybe i will win
      probably i will win
      i suppose i will win
      πŸ™‚

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  4. ha ha ha! para ka na ring sumulat ng isang artikulo tungkol sa penoy, rtlj. salamat. pero sori, hindi ko kailangan ang mga ito. anlayo kasi sa iminungkahi mong tanggalin ko ang Pinoy Ako, Proudly Pinoy dahil ang kahulugan ng salitang Pinoy ay bugok na itlog.

    kung ikaw’y Filipino/Pilipino ngunit hindi Pinoy, ipaliwanag mo nga ang mga sumusunod:

    1. maliban sa parang nakakaloko, bakit tinawag mo akong pareng duroy samantalang alam mong ang gamit ko ay doroastig?
    2. ang gamit mong pangalan ay rtlj na sa pagkakaintindi ko ay inisyals ng tunay mong pangalan, na ang ‘r’ ay maaring rodrigo o rodolfo, bakit ka gumamit ng rod?
    3. bakit okey sa isang dating senador na tawaging ninoy sa halip na benigno?
    4. bakit mas popular ang edsa kaysa efipanio de los santos avenue?

    anlabo mo kasing kausap. kalat. kung anu-anu ang ipinagmalaking kaalaman hindi naman tugma sa paksa. para mo malaman, ang penoy at Pinoy ay hindi magkasingkahulugan.

    isa pa, sa isang komento mo, mababasa ang mga ito:
    a) …probably we call ourselves…
    b) …probably referring to North Star…
    c) …probably introduced by Americans..
    mahilig ka sa mga probabilidad. hindi man ako saykayatris, masasabi ko na ikaw ay mahilig sa game of chance, sa sugal sa madaling sabi. magkaiba talaga tayo. magkaibang-magkaiba.

    magkaganunpaman, salamat sa mga komento…

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  5. And pare Duroy, maybe you should remove any of those Pinoy Ako, Proudly Pinoy, etc. logos and posters in your site.

    You know, if I were abroad and I overhear “Oy, pinoy!” or “Pinoy Ka?”, absolutely I will turn to see because it might be me. No doubt about it I will correspond to that word “pinoy” to mean Filipino.

    But, for myself I have always been uncomfortable with the use of the word pinoy for myself. [Somebody introduced “Flip” for Filipinos some decades ago but it was outright resented and rejected by Filipinos.]

    Sure “Pinoy” is original Filipino delicacy sold with another Filipino delicacy “balot”.

    Incidentally, pinoy, the egg, happens to be also itlog na bugok. You see, after about a week of incubation, eggs are candled so fertile and Bugok are separated.

    Bugok na itlog sayang naman kung itapon sa basurahan,so, people sold them as pinoy. They have got distinctive taste not like ordinary boiled fresh eggs. They became delicacy for Filipinos, something they are proud of as something original Filipino.

    Should we really call ourselves Pinoy?

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    • Unang-una, ako’y Pinoy at hindi penoy kaya hindi ako bugok (na itlog) na gusto mong palabasin.

      Tanggalin ko ang Proudly Pinoy? Anong ipapalit ko, Proudly Kano? Nagbibiro ka yata. Kung naaasiwaan kang matawag na Pinoy dahil sa galing ng Inglis mo, ako’y hindi. Ganyan tayo; kanya-kanyang abilidad. Meron ka at meron din ako, magkaiba nga lang ngunit kapwa tayo may kalayaang maipahayag ang mga ito.

      Naaalala ko tuloy ang parte ng tulang The Mountain and the Squirrel (Ralph Waldo Emerson). Sabi ng abang squirrel sa palalong mountain:
      If I cannot carry forests on my back,
      Neither can you crack a nut.

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      • Filipino ako. If I started it all, I would prefer it “PILIPINO” because Malay abakada didnot have “F”. Pilipino now means language of the Filipino people.

        Ilonggo as my regionalism.

        If Spain did not come probably we call ourselves something like Buglasnon people of the archipelago referred to as Kabuglasan [probably referring to North Star or Buglas by pre historic Malay Filipinos]

        Like I said I simply am uncomfortable with something like sounding bogok na itlog, the word was probably introduced by Americans and which Filipinos liked!

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      • And what a coincidence. Among the meanings of the word “kano” is also “itlog na bugok”.

        In our fathers’ time, about one or two weeks during incubation they used to shake eggs to know the fertile and infertile ones. Bugoks give some knocking sound [kumakano]The practice is deemed unscientific as it can kill developing chicken embryos.

        I am not sure how pinoy and kano came to be but I suppose GI Joes during WW II called Filipinos ‘pinoy’ so Filipinos called them ‘kano’in return.

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      • And Yes,maybe we FILIPINOS need to develop our language. Spellings and grammars especially, to differentiate. Have you tried playing scrabble in say Ilonggo, Cebuano or Tagalog. I doubt if you will finish the game kung pareho kayong pekon, over spellings.πŸ™‚

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      • By the way, for most modern Filipinos, English is no more than a third language. Our second national language in fact.

        [I can speak old Hiligaynon that not even modern Iloggos will totally comprehend]

        Choose any language and limit to it is everybody’s choice.

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