Observations on Filipinos abroad! - page 7
I've been to the US several times as a tourist and have observed some noticeable things about my fellow countrymen. 1. We now realized the difference between the red, amber, and green lights. ... Read More
0Nov 23, '07 by AstonishiaInlimboQuote from thenurse2006hahaha! dat's so true! me too! i'm such a big fan of flea markets!i got addicted to yard sale since i came over to ameriki!! and still ask for further discounts har har har!!!!
anyone ever observed the smell of luggages that come off of airplanes from the philippines? if you come from america, and open your luggage it smells of sweet stuff, but when you're from the philippines, it smells of dried fish, etc...
anyone also experienced that time in the airplane, when the announcement goes, "we'll be landing in manila soon" or something like that, all the people in the airplane clap and rejoice...
wow, guavas and malunggay...good stuff...sometimes when i was too busy i fix myself a quick meal of the chicken noodle soup, add malunggay to it and ginger...and tada! a healthy meal! we like to add the fruit (is that like the fruit?) of the malunggay to this one dish they call 'buridibod' (i dont know the spelling)
0Nov 23, '07 by thenurse2006[quote=sundaebrain;2510229]hahaha! dat's so true! me too! I'm such a big fan of flea markets!
Anyone also experienced that time in the airplane, when the announcement goes, "We'll be landing in Manila soon" or something like that, all the people in the airplane clap and rejoice...
Hik Hik Hik!!! the clappings and allelujah!!! I experienced that while onboard saudia airlines...!!! that was my first flight home working from saudi arabia. I think that was funny while I myself was sitting quietly in one corner and my tears fell, as in really fell as soon as the plane touched the NAIA ground!!!oh boyy! that was a very different feeling!