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It's More Fun in the Philippines

Started by Brent, January 06, 2012, 04:58:23 pm

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czn030

Quote from: Vivo on January 09, 2012, 09:16:49 am
What do you expect from a guy who loves Vice Ganda's movies?(from other post) lol!


I have read that post earlier. Hehe.
"The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies; probably because generally they are the same people".

Conan®


czn030


Leo C.

I'm sure type na yan Conan. He is  :rofl: right now!!! I'm betting on it!!!

Jay Leno

 :violent5: More Fun in the Philippines.  :banana:

Leo C.

er carlsant, can you please elaborate on this post of yours from another thread? I just can't decipher...  :dontknow:

"i like ghost stories..because i love imagining ghost I feel like my imagination travels beyond it's usual."

   




Paul

@vivo - are you referring to this?



@carlsant - let this be your swansong.


Dj

The only place where success comes before work is in a dictionary.  :evil5:

Brent



Copying. More Fun in the Philippines
image from pinoynumbers.com

Leo C.

IT'S MORE FU** IN THE PHILIPPINES!!!

czn030


Paul


aid03


R-A-Y

Ako I think it show promise :) It never was meant to be the most creative and the most original of lines. It seems to answer the most fundamental of questions "Why should I visit the Philippines?"

Like what the DOT secretary said: It is deceptively so simple and the trait is inherent in our culture.

I agree with him totally on this. The insights are pretty good and to be honest, the simple wordings can easily connect and be understood by any nationality who wishes to know more about the Philippines.

True we may have some shortcomings in terms of security and government stability, but that does not mean we cannot promote what good we have here. I hear a lot of people say "fix this shit first etc..." If that's the case, then any country with domestic problems (ex.: teenage shooting sprees in high school classrooms or old people naturally urinating in elevators) should not promote their country to begin with. I say we give it a chance and us as Filipinos, find creative ways to further the program through our own pictures and ideas on waht makes it more fun in the Philippines :D

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