Pinoy Idiot-Matic: Tengang Kawali
Pinoy Idiot-Matic: Mahakiya
Pinoy Idiot-Matic: Balat Sibuyas
IBA ANG PINOY
Flippish Flashback – Pinoy Street Games
Noong wala pang internet at computer games, alam nyo bang ang kabataan noon ay maraming larong pinagkakaabalahan? Meron tayong ilang nakagisnang laro na tila nalilimutan na o hindi na halos nilalaro ng mga kabataan ngayon. Ikaw alam mo pa ba kung ano ano sila at pano sila laruin. Narito ang Flippish Flashback ng ilang larong pambata na unti unti nang naglalaho?
PINOY JOKES CHRONICLES
Filipinos are known for being happy and cheerful in spite of many challenges that come our way. We live, we love and we laugh. Talk about extra fun, Pedro and Juan–two classic characters in Filipino jokes-are a living example of how colorful and happy it is to be a Filipino. Join them and their peers as we bring back the classic and good-old filipino jokes! Enjoy!
Sabi ng Pinoy
PINOY ANDROID VERSIONS (Credits to Radiant Design Foundry)
PARTY NG PINOY SA TUWING UNDAS
Every year, when the calendar says that it’s already November, almost everyone stops from what they’re doing to take some time off and visit those people they love who already passed away. Arawngpatay or more commonly known as undasis a holiday for the Filipinos and no one will dare question the importance of this event. But come to think of it, a time like this is supposed to be spent with solemnity, right? But here in the Philippines, things happen rather differently. Everytime you visit cemeteries on these particular days, the supposed quiet place to say your prayers at, look as if a street party is on going.
Here are five things we Filipinos normally do every undas that are quite strange for those who are non-pinoys.
Filipinos are hoarders and it’s not surprising that when it is undas, a lot of us buy so many candles and flowers. If you’re not the type who buys months before the day of the dead, then you are one of those people who crowd the stores just to buy boxes of candles and dozens of flowers. It’s just so interesting seeing this kind of thing because if you think of it, candles last a long time so that means you don’t need too much of them. Flowers wither easily so why not buy one at a time. Besides both are not edible so they’re not of help when you’re hungry. Another funny thing is, despite the number of candles, pinoys have this habit of recycling melted candles and making it into another ball of candle. Isn’t it just strange?
Well, one cannot last the night with just candles and flowers, right? We need something to fill our tummies and Filipinos just love that ‘segment’.