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By Norman3000, Apr 26, 2008
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The only thing I love GMA, or Eat Bulaga for that matter is the portion BULAGAAN. I always laugh at Vic Sotto and his partner(forgot the name) whenever they do their thing. Lol
Whoa i never expected this to spiring to any dicussions especially the rice crisis, wow, we were once the teachers on rice to a few foreign countries but now we improt from them, what a sad thought, Gas for cars here almost cost more than a dollar per litter, how sad that our once beautiful country now became a sad corrupt land,,
The only way for our country to rise back is to vote me for president after 25 years! lol
Vote NorMAN The MAN For President! Wahoo!
budokai tenkaichi 3?
yo! other Filipinos....musta na kayo?
oi mga pinoy ng GBAtemp mabuhay sainyo :3
pinoy here. SO many pinoys in GBAtemp and i'm waiting for a thread like this.
Ako'y isang pinoy. What's wrong with putting lumpia on the favorite food choices? It's not a damn egg roll, it's different cause I dip it in seasoned vinegar.
@layzieyez: I agree, lumpia is one of the most well known Filipino dish to anyone who isn't filipino
I'm filipino, born and raised in Washington. My father is from Zambales, in the area where they speak Ilocano, and my mom is from Mindanao. I've lived with my dad my whole life, so I understand more Ilocano. Sad to say that I can't speak it. If only there was a Rosetta Stone Ilocano xD
Lumpia? hmm i dont really like those, i only posted the real famous filipino dishes, also i think lupia is not that 'Filipino'
Put**, si orc pinoy?
I'm half Filipino, but I was born in the US, so I don't know what the hell the first one means.
But yes - Adobo is not just my favorite filipino dish, but my favorite dish overall.
Missing the the polls: Lechon. Mmmmmmmmm
bulalo is beef i cant explain, basta may sabaw yun
adobo, another tasty fil dish that can be cooked with almost any kind of meat
tinola, is probably the most popular cook to a chicken
sinigang is sour flavory dish with swamp cabbage, horse raddish, etcetera
Pinoy reporting in. Born and raised in Los Angeles though, so my tagalog isn't really up to par. I used to go every summer up until 4 years ago I believe.
-What providence are you guys from?-
My mom's from Bacolod, and my dad's from Baguio
Edit: favorite dish is tosilog tuscino and itlog (doubt those are spelled right), paired with fried rice and longganisa.
that or lechon and crispy pata w/ mang tomas and a nice cold glass bottled coke. haha
AY ANG SARAP. haha.
Pilipino ko'! Akala ko naman tungkol kay Manny Paquiao. Paborito ko Sinigang na baka, lalo na pag may labanos at maasim asim ng kaunti.
I'm a Filipino! I thought this was going to be about Manny Pacquiao. My favorite is Sinigang with beef, especially if there's radish and a little sour.
It's nice that someone finally someone started a topic like this, I'm beginning to wonder how many Pinoytemps are there. lol. I still live here in the Philippines though.
Paborito ko nilagang baka! *naglaway*
My favorite is beef stew! *drools*
Ew yuck yoko ng mga yan. Bulalo... diri dumidikit sa bibig ko yung oil. yuck. Adobo, ew, alat. Sinigang, bleh, sawa na ako. Tinola... OK lang.
And remember kiddies... if you don't like it, don't lie
HELLO MGA PINOYS!!!!!!!
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