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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Like or Dislike: 20 Reasons Why I Dislike the Philippines


51 comments:

  1. Man, Why not leave the Philippines now?
    And Philippines, More Improvements! :))))

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    1. exactly, lumayas ka ngayon din!

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    2. truth hurts ba?

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    3. is this supposed to be a reaction? palayasin yung tao pag napintasan? dapat marunong din tayong tumangap ng criticisms para dun tayo mag improve...anu yun gusto nyo puro lang magaganda sabihin? anu kayo sinuswirti?

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  2. i agree with him! this vid should be a wake up call! di kailangan kainisan ang video na to. naiinis lang ang mga tao kasi alam nilang totoo. THE TRUTH HURTS! kailangan tanggapin na maraming mali at kailangang baguhin sa bansa natin.

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  3. Pwede ng constructive criticism.. Pero medyo OA.. Sounds like whining na tuloy..

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    1. OO nga! Sana constructive criticism... He just keeps saying "f***" here and there... He's already whining. I agree about what he's saying about our country, but it doesn't mean that our country is any less of a country than America. Why is he here in the first place? And he's been here for three years...

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  4. sympre nakakaasar ang video nato para sa mga Pilipino pero para saken my point sya.realidad naman sinabi nya like yung mga nagkalat na basura at pagkapkap ng guard sa mga malls...siguro sa susunod para maiwasan ang ganitong klase ng video,simulan naten ang pagbabago sa ating mga sarili para wala na masabi masama ang mga foreigners.

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    1. buti pa xa naiintindhan pero c arnold, hindi! hahaha!

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  5. beepin' the beep, i like that.

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  6. This video was created to spite and anger us Pinoys. You can critique intelligently without being trashy like this. Why? Which country is perfect?

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    1. i don't believe he did this to make us mad. this is actually a good eye opener for us. we need to improve things or else we'll be going to a crappy path. mas mabuti sana if he pointed out things that he liked bout our country para balance naman. ndi lang nega na lng

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  7. Hahahahahaha! Nice video!!! Although me pagkastereo type coz a part of Cebu city lang naman ata napuntahan nya. Check Nya mga private owned lands like BGC at Makati Greenbelt at the likes. Hahahahahaha! Pero gnun ang public at govt runned places all over the Philippines. Iba pag private.

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  8. Problem is, wala namang gagawin to solve the issue. Wake up call sa mga Filipino pero magkikibit balikat lang naman.

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  9. ako sa opinion ko...wlang mali s mga pinapakita nya about sa bansa natin...i am also a filipino yeah agree ako n my point xa kc andami tlgang basura sa atin,tska pati mga sasakyan di marunong sumunod sa traffic rules at higit sa lhat my marrumi tlgang toilets sa atin!at ang ingay ng mga sasakyan panay beep2x!na kung tutuusin mag horn lamang kng tlgang kinakailngan...d2s japan pg panay beep mo ansama n ng tingin s iyo kc maingay lalo nat hndi kailngan mag beep!minsan inuwi ko aswa ko s pinas his a japanese...grabe kkahiya tlga kc s isang resto kumain kami tpos nag toilet xa OMG!ang dumi ng toilet my ebs n hndi nadala s pag flush pgpasok nya!na shockd xa to think n restaurant yun...tska wlang proper manners ang mga salesladies s dprtmnt store....andaming salesladies kaso panay chika lng pansinin nyo.pati mag wrap ng pinamili mo 3 pa cla s counter w/c is pwede nman isa or 2 kso 3 tpos panay usap/tsismis lng...
    ...sna wag nmn po kau magagalit s knya sapagkat ang lhat ng cnabi nya ay pawang katotohanan nmn po tungkol s bansa natin....

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  10. the video is not being trashy or what...it's like...we are wasting our taxes promoting philppine tourism...but THESE SMALL things are not being addressed properly, in fact these small factual things can be seen everyday...and yet the gov't of course lead by your dumb a** president is not doing anything....

    bakit kailangan pang mga dayuhan ang makakita nitong mga ganito eksena...na araw araw naman nating nakikita and yet wala naman tayong ginagawa....

    kagaya ng sinabi nya....."I Love the Philippines"...ibig sabihin may malasakit sya...imagine...ibang lahi pa ang nagmamalasakit ha!..other people just don't care about these things...yun ang input at impact ng video na ito at hindi para siraan tayo kaya nga sya nagpost nyan para gisingin tayo...look on the positive side of it..he is maybe saying..."mahalin nyo ang bansa ninyo, wag nyong hayaan maging ganito, kasi gusto ko mamalagi dito"...masakit yan tanggapin pero yan ang totoo.

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  11. The creator of this video is a friend of my friend... He lives and works here and he actually loves the Philippines and the beauty it offers. But he is still a foreigner and he has his own country to which he is comparing the Philippines from. Our country has a lot of flaws and we need to admit that as a fact so we could improve and develop. How can we sell our country to tourists and investors if we have all these undesirable things around us? It's a wake a up call for all of us.

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  12. i dont see anything wrong in what he said about the Phils. its all true. but i still love the philippines :)

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  13. Ganyan talaga pag third world country...

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  14. true naman......pero some of them common problems din nmn ng ibang bansa....esp the terrorism.....its more fun in the Philippines, kaso ang terorismo ang panira.....wake up call n to saten....

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  15. totoo namang anoying mga guardyang nanghihipo, mga barker at nanlilimos na batang yagit, bundok ng basura, etc. sana meron din pinoy (e.g. charice, lea salonga, mikey bustos...) na gumawa ng ganyang video against US pra fair. i guess walang may lakas ng loob gawin yun :(

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  16. eto n naman tayo. totoo naman eh.

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  17. its tru 100% it gives us a wake up call to improve and change our ways.
    We can say that it's harsh but the truth hurts.
    We need this to improve our situation. I now live in Fl and the fact is whenever I come home to P I is that these facts disturb me. I wish the Gov't would do something about it. Despite of everything, I still love Philippines and nothing can change that.

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  18. LIKE. He described our country perfectly, but no matter how many people/tourists/foreigners try to insult the Philippines, still our government DO NOT DO ANYTHING!!!!!

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  19. Mga pinoy pikon, at lalong pikon pag totoo. I fully agree, lahat ng ayaw nya, ayaw ko din! Di ba nakakai is ang lack of discipline dito?

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  20. The guy's getting ripped off but remember we do it all the time also, example. "Gawa sa China 'to?" The likes but you get the point. Hindi nagagalit China. :)

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  21. This is an EYE OPENER. Tanggapin natin at respetuhin kung ano ang opinion nya. Nasasaktan man tayo (lalo na ung mga OVER MAKAREACT JAN) is because totoo ung observation nung tao or perhaps natamaan ang ego natin as Filipino. Kahit ako ang dami kong napapansin na mali sa mga gawi natin eh.

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  22. Start the change in ourselves!!!....madaling sabihin pero mahirap gawin. Kultura na natin kasi..parang miracle na lang ang makapagbago sa mga ugali natin...but I still don't lost hope...kaya nga in my own little way I tried to put some discipline in myself and be a good citizen...

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  23. Natawa ako sa "Whitening" bit. Obsessed nga talaga sa pagpapaputi ever since pa. Nung bata ako, yung mga tita ko naliligo sa poso. Tapos kukuha ng papaya leaves, ikukuskos sa mukha at sa katawan! Hihihihi.

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  24. While I agree with what he's saying, it just bothers me that he's so ethnocentric about it. A lot of places are that way as well, the bad things he pointed out are not exclusive to us they apply to other countries too. I'm all for constructive criticism, but he didn't have to be a whiny little dick about it.

    p.s. Cebu (Ayala Cebu, anyway) is actually better than Manila when it comes to keeping their bathrooms clean and well-stocked with toilet paper. Where have YOU been hanging out, sir?

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  25. reality check! this video only proves that there are lots of things needed to improve/change and pay attention with. our government should start moving and do something for our country's betterment. All reasons why Philippines was being hated are true.. but I still love Philippines and am proud living here! ;-)

    ~SQ~

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  26. I would have appreciated this video kung di ko nabasa ang books ni bob ong. ganyang ganyan din ang description niya sa Pinas. Hilarious nga lang yung sa kanya at itong sa kanong to, hindi ako natawa.

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  27. this is so true! so embarrassing and so sad but so true...

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  28. I honestly like this guy!!! Damn straight!!!!! People of the philippines lets not be too senstive itS fucking true and no one can deny the fact that our country ia dirty and full of annoying things that can piss u off in an instant! I love our country i just hate us for not taking care of it!! Common lets be open minded! Ob by the way hes cute hahaha! Love him

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  29. ang daming nagsasabi na "wake up call" ito sa mga Pilipino. teka, noong nai-post n'yo ba yan, may ginawa na kayo pagkatapos, o nag-click lang ng bagong tab sa browser n'yo? di na ba kayo nagtapon ng basura/plastik sa kalye paglabas mo sa trabaho? may nasimulan na ba? wake up call nga, ilang beses nang may "wake up call", at kahit mga Pilipino ginagawa na ang pagpapadala ng parehong mensahe sa atin, pero gan'to pa rin tayo! alam n'yo kung bakit? dahil mga ningas-kugon lang ang karamihan sa atin, kahit 'di Pinoy, natural na sa tao ang maging ganoon. sa bagay, may ibang tao namang handang mag-ubos ng oras para makatulong sa kapwa, why bother nga naman. pero sana nga, sana talaga, sana ay may nakuha rin tayo sa mga sinabi n'ya. totoo na sa totoo, pero maging simula tayo.

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  30. I am from Cebu and I don't feel insulted by this video. Why? Because it's the truth. I love my city / province and as much as I don't like hearing what this guy had about my place, one needs to wake up & smell the coffee (or the piss / broken waterless CRs) to see what is wrong about...then fix it.

    Yes, he's whiny and uses a lot of F & B words but that's his own way of expressing things, not that I condone it. If that's his breeding/upbrings, well... he just revealed that to whole world to see.

    That said, the main issue still is: Did he say anything untrue? (except perhaps the ladyboys as the hottest chicks in town...must have chosen the wrong bar)

    If you think about it, all his whinings and complaints are on the little things which we can fix easily. CRs with no water & seats? Then get some. Pissing on the walls (hey! what about spitting anywhere/everywhere?)? Jail or fine them!

    These are easy things to fix and we can get them done if we have the will to do it.

    Perhaps the most difficult part would be: "How does one escape the cock?" LOL

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    1. from cebu too. but im not sure if im willing to shell out dough for toilet seats..THE LEAST I CAN DO IS MAKE SURE THAT WHEN I USE PUBLIC FACILITIES, I USE THEM PROPERLY. and i abhor anyone who spits. it's a horrible horrible filipino habit.

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  31. This is a wake up call people! Sad that it takes a foreigner to call our attention to the "eyesores: in our country!

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  32. It's not fair comparing the luxury his country has to offer with what the Philippines currently have. It's like comparing an apple to an orange. If he really wanted to address/change something, he should have sent it to malacanang.. Oh wait, he didn't.

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    1. i agree to some degree...we're 3rd world, our resources are not enough to make everything pretty. but i think if we value facilities and use them properly, then our place won't end up looking nasty. hay, if only all of us value the trash can...

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  33. This bitch needs to leave the Philippines now. No matter what, to say something bad about the country that's giving shelter to you, you being a foreigner, is not right at all.

    Kahit pa sabihin ng mga nagmamarunong diyan na totoo naman, kahit kelan, hindi magandang tingnan na ang isang taong banyaga ay may sinasabing hindi maganda tungkol sa bansa na tinitirhan niya. Para rin yang nag-imbita ka ng isang tao sa bahay mo, tapos, malingat ka lang eh may sinasabi nang hindi maganda o pinipintasan na ang bahay mo. Ang malala pa, this stupid guy uploaded the video on YouTube! Halos lahat naman ng pinakita nya doon eh hindi naman nangyayari sa lahat ng sulok ng Pinas. Marami namang public restrooms na malinis.

    This reminds me of my Anthropology class back in college. Nung una, pinakita ng professor namin yung mga video clips ng mga tao ng ibang bansa na kumakain ng insects, ahas, buwaya, etc. Halos lahat kami nandiri at may lumabas pa nga ng room dahil nasuka. Later, he explained to us that peoples of the world will always be different because of varying cultures and traditions. In other words, hindi mo pwedeng i-impose ang beliefs mo sa iba simply because what you believe is right may not necessarily be right to others.

    Yes, I'm hurt. It's obvious. It's a sad reality, but in my opinion, wala siyang karapatang bastusin ang isang bansang kumukupkop sa kanya. Kung ganun ang pakiramdam niya, well, what is he doing in the Philippines anyway?

    Haaaayyy...espresso please...grande!

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  34. Ako nandito sa US isang dekada na, pero hindi ko binabastos ang bansa na ito kahit napakarami akong pwedeng sabihin na disgusting tungkol dito. Itong taong ito, ang galing bumastos ng bansang hindi kanya. Pwes, chupi ka diyan!

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  35. Gosh, how many times did this American utter the F word?

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    1. F word is just a common word for them. It does not mean anything to them. Much like P______I__! Is uttered after every word by a lot of Pinoys.

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  36. well may katotohanan naman hahahaha!

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  37. Truth hurts. ;-) Totoo lahat ng sinabi ay true esp yung first part yung tinakpan ng drum yung butas sa kalye.lol

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  38. Lol. Hahaha lahat ng sinabi ay truelalu aminin na natin. Every country has a good and bad side . Actually, kulang pa nga sinabi niya eh. .so wag na bitter. Sabi nga nila truth hurts. Dayuhan yung gumawa ng video na ito kaya lets respect it. Yun ang nakikita niya and observation.

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  39. i wonder how people will react if a pinoy posted this video instead of a foreigner. complete with the sarcasm and the disdain. all he said were true anyway!

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  40. masyadong OA pati pag inom ng beer n ndi malamig pinuna p eh pede naman sya humingi ng yelo baka nga malamig yung beer nung binigay sa kanya at dahil sa kadaldalan nya n ala n yung lamig. pati yung pag bigay ng resibo pinuna nya baket s america ba ndi nag bibigay ng resib?

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  41. yag jimmy na yan ang bitter... culture shocked sha obviously...

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  42. f word is not common to a foreigner not unless they are disgusted or upset about something. what this guy did is very rude and he has no respect whatsoever to our country.

    tiyak na noong dumating sya sa bansa natin tinuring syang parang hari. tayo ang yumuyuko sa kanya tapos ngayon ganyan pa ang sasabihin nya at worst i-pose pa nya sa youtube. ano ang motive nya at ni post nya pa sa youtube yun...para makita ng buong mundo...hindi lang ng mga politicians ng pilipinas kundi buong mundo.

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