Friday, November 29, 2019

Insta Scoop: Dawn Zulueta Says Thanksgiving is a Family Tradition in Response to Netizen Questioning Her Greeting



Images courtesy of Instagram: dawnzulueta

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  1. Daming problema ng mga netizens. Kaloka

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    1. Hahahaaaa mema lang ang netisen! So di na pede bumati ng maligayang araw ng kalayaan kapag nsa dubai na? Ganern?

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    2. Daming pakialamera kamo

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    3. Ano nga ba reason ng US Thanksgiving?

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    4. wait lang kayo, darating talaga ang time magcecelebrate na rin Pinas ng Thanksgiving.

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    5. 2:07, kung may time ka mag FP eh I-google mo. In less than 10 min depending on your internet speed and reading comprehension may sagot na sa question mo.

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    6. 2:07 igoogle mo na lang if you didn’t know about u.s. history

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    7. Inggit lang mga netizens sa US Thanksgiving celebration kasi hindi walang alam sa history ng christianity brought by the pilgrims to the US.

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    8. Wala sigurong kamag-anak yang mga bitter netizens sa America tsk tsk tsk.

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    9. C'mon guys , marami talagang pinoy ang mahilig maki-ride on sa mga Amerikano. Lahat ginagaya. Mga Frustrated Americans. Kahit nga Christmas decorations with a snow , doon natin ginaya.
      Yun lang, it doesn't fit right to greet Happy Thanksgiving here for it is not our holiday.
      I know some Filipinos who celebrate Thanksgiving here. They are American citizens (they really feel and live by it) and some who are graduates of International school ( which was the American school).

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    10. Hi Anon 2:07, the Pilgrims left England to freely practice religion. They boarded the ship called Mayflower,and only half of the passengers survived. The American Indians helped these Pilgrims survived in the newfound land by teaching them about planting and harvesting. That's the reason why the US celebrate Thanksgiving.

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    11. 2:07am google is the key.

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    12. Totoo namang nakikigaya ang mga Pinoy sa celebration. Sosyal kasing pakinggan na nakikiThanksgiving. Nakaka-alta. Pero it really is to celebrate the pilgrims' first harvest noong 1621 sa US. May historical basis yan sa celebration nila. Dito sa atin, waley historical basis but more like pakiki-uso.

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    13. True. Nakiki-celebrate without really knowing the reason or origin of the celebration. Dito naman sa Canada, ahead yung Thanksgiving pero majority of the retailers are joining the Black Friday bandwagon. Pera pera na lang talaga.

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    14. Di naman tayo Chinese pero nagcecelebrate tayo ng Chinese New Year. Duh.

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    15. kaloka tong netizen na to.. every year pag eid, binabati din ang mga muslim, and chinese new year, binabati ang mga chinese. pati holiday pinagdadamot haha.

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    16. 9:32 It's lunar new year. Duh. Tinawag lang na chinese new year coz maybe ang sentro ng activities ay sa chinatown? Also, the whole world used to refer to the whole east asia as china, ngayon lang naman nagkaka identity yang korea.

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  2. Oa ng commenter ha. Meron talaga ibang tao na regardless of their nationality, choose to acknowledge other Holidays from foreign countries. Kami nga ng family ko kahit hindi Mexican, we celebrate Dia de los Muertos. Mayroon din kaming alay and all the whatnots of the holiday. So paki ba natin kung mag celebrate si Dawn ng Thanksgiving.

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    1. Mga Catholics sa states nga nakiki Happy Yom Kippur din sa Jewish people. Wala naman mali. Makikitid lang ang ulo ng ibang Pilipino.

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    2. The ignorance of a few people is unforgivable din minsan. They are so narrow minded.

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    3. You can’t celebrate other people’s tradition and pretend it’s yours when it is not. Respecting it, yes. Actually celebrating it, no.

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    4. Mga jewish nga they also greet their christian friends merry christmas!

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    5. Chinese New year nga holiday pa sa Pinas.

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    6. And why not 3:07? Celebrating other traditions is not claiming it as your own. It’s not being pa-uso either. It’s called being inclusive. I live in SG and my Hindi, Muslim, and Buddhist friends/colleagues have Christmas lunch with me. I celebrate Deepavali / Hari Raya / Chinese New Year with them. They even give gifts to all our colleagues on Christmas.

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  3. Sabay ba ng date sa tradisyon ng US? If it is e ginaya nga lang din but with good palusot.

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    1. So. I even tweeted Happy Thanksgiving and posted a roasted Turkey breast. Does that make me a criminal? And besides I have a lot to be thankful for. So does Dawn.

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    2. Nov 28 te. But ano naman if feel nila mag Thanksgiving diba. At saka Thanksgiving is to give thanks. And we have a lot to be thankful for.

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    3. Good palusot lol. Eh ano ngayon sayo? Pera nya pang gastos. Gusto nya yan

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    4. may pamilya din kasi sa US si Dawn kaya pinagdiriwang din nila US holidays like thanksgiving.

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    5. Hahahahaha.....she is just copying the Americans. So pretentious, with no understanding the significance of the celebration.

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    6. Her dad resides in the u.s. and my friend is her cousin also based there.

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    7. Di ba may lahi si Dawn na Puerto Rican? Puerto Rico is part of US. So may right naman sya magcelebrate. Try mo din para makatikim ka naman ng turkey and pumpkin pie at di puro ampalaya!

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    8. Daming mema. For me, isa sa mga pinakamagandang holidays sa US ang Thanksgiving. It's that time of the year that you get to think of the things we should and are grateful for. Madaming di nakakaisip nyan dito even pag Pasko. Walang masama kung gusto nila i-follow yung tradition. Grabehan lang sa mga makareact.

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    9. 6:34, Persian ang lahi niya, hindi Puerto Rican.

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    10. Omg. 6:34 so many wrong statements.. Hindi na ba tinuturo ang geography sa kabataan ngayon?!

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  4. We celebrate Thanksgiving here sa Pinas too. With Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Yam, and Cranberry Pie. Feel lang namin eh. An ok naman diba?

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    1. High five. Naka Turkey din kami. Haha.

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    2. happy turkey day mga kabayan!
      -team USA

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    3. Makiuso lang hano.

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    4. 2:47 di ba? hahaha buti pa celebration ng ibang country ipinagdiriwang nila. nung phil independence day kahit papansit wala.

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    5. what about it @2:47? may pambili naman ng turkey

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    6. 1:20. Di ko gets. Unless you are an American yourself living in the Phils. Yung cranberry eh sauce not pie btw. Pero parang OFF talaga if you're not an American.

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    7. 9:13am i agree

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    8. Ha, ha, cranberry pie! Try pumpkin pie with marshmallows on top. Mas masarap. Leave the cranberry for the turkey stuffing.

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    9. 9:13, true. Lalu na if you know the history behind the Thanksgiving celebration.

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    10. Cranberry Pie? You are not really celebrating, you are obviously just making this up. There is no such thing as cranberry pie.

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  5. Yung ibang netizens,hindi na lang pakialaman nila buhay nila.Hayaan niyo sila Dawn kung type nila may pa Thanksgiving!

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  6. Daming hanash ng commenter. May pa exclamation point pa. Galit na galit. Gustong manakit.

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  7. Family tradition ka jan.

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    1. Inggit ka lang.

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    2. 1:52 wala kasing pambiling turkey si 1:22

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    3. Inggit na inggit? Gusto manakit? Family tradition nyo din ba ang mainggit?

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  8. Pakialamera ang commenter. Walang pambili ng turkey for Thanksgiving.

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    1. Hahahaha. Tawang tawa ako baks.

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  9. Saan kaya nakatira nung bata pa si Dawn? Parang first time lang ako nakarinig ng taga Pilipinas na legit na nagcecelebrate ng Thanksgiving Day ng ibang bansa. I mean theres nothing wrong with it but I find it absurd kasi US has its own reasons for celebrating it.

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    1. I lived in the Philippines my entire life. We befriended American expats and aftwr that, we celebrate Thanksgiving too. Nothing wrong. It's juat tradition. You can't easily quit it just because it's out of the ordinary.

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    2. This! I find it funny and somewhat irritating na parang ginagaya lagi ang holidays ng US. Meron legit history behind Thanksgiving holiday para sa mga taga US and Canada.

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    3. Why make an issue? the reason doesn't even matter.Sabi nga nya,it's tradition sa kanila.simple. You carry it wherever you go. Respeto lang yan. If you don't celebrate it. then that's fine. If you do then that's fine too.

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    4. Korek. I would understand if laki sa Amerika

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    5. 1:45 girl kaya nga nagtatanong si commenter kung saan laki si dawn? Para ma gets ng tao kung bakit weird naman kasi talaga

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    6. 1:45 It's a big issue because it's a BIG AMERICAN TRADITION that began in 1623.

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    7. Lebanese tatay or nanay ni Dawn. Not sure kung sa ibang bansa sya lumaki. So wag na natin pakialaman kung anong holiday siniselebrate nila.

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    8. 10:04 Paanong di pakikialam. Naturingan siyang asawa ng isang elected public official ng bansa tapos primera uno silang nagpapakita ng COLONIAL MENTALITY nila.

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    9. 3:20 di naman kelangan mag explain ni dawn. Di porke artista sya e kelangan nya ipaalam lahat ng gagawin nya sa madla. Sadyang marami lang talaga pakeelamera sa Pinas. Pati buhay ng ibang tao inuungkat.

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    10. Yes there are some na nagcecelebrate talaga. There was this one time na may mga kasama ako, and yung kasama ko nainvite ng family friend nya sa bahay nila since they're celebrating thanks giving. In short, sabit lang ako (pero pinagpaalam naman ako ng kasama ko bago kami pumunta dun) LOL and I was surprised that time that some pinoys celebrate it also. They said that they have relatives in the US kasi that's why they celebrate too.

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  10. Daming pakialamera talaga sa social media.

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  11. Sa ganda ni dawn, keri niya mag thanksgiving celeb sa pinas

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  12. Love Dawn! Perfect!

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  13. Eto yung gandang hindi nakakasawa.

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  14. They seem genuinely happy! I love that Dawn took the high road

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    1. She is thankful knowing what she had been through.

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  15. Dawn is Alta. And they can thanksgiving all they want

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    1. So pag "Alta" lahat ng gawa niya tama. Pag hindi, hindi pwede. She married rich so she is so entitled.

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    2. No siree Bob 1:33. It's an American tradition. Pilipinos can give thanks on a different date. Alta or otherwise it doesn't matter.

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  16. If ganyan kaganda at kabata ng ichura mo kahit araw araw pa thanksgiving!

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    1. Sa pictures lang. Sa personal hindi.

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    2. Sa personal mas mukhang bata at maganda si Dawn. Even photographers like Sarah Black ba yun, gushes that Dawn needs no filter or photoshop. Mas maganda pa si Dawn at 50, sa mga 20 something stars ngayun.

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  17. For her IG feed of course..makiuso na rin.

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  18. Nagpa misa nga ako kahapon eh kasi Thanksgiving. I know its not the same thing as the one in the US but since nabasa ko Thanksgiving sa kanila, I have a lot of blessings to be Thankful for in my life. In own personal way, nakiki Thanksgiving din ako.

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  19. Gusto ko rin mag celebrate as an excuse para makakain ng turkey! Yum

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  20. May point naman talaga yung commenter. Di ko magets yung ibang di naman American at di nakatira sa US na nagse celebrate ng thanksgiving. Di dahil sa naiinggit sa nakabili sila ng turkey hano religious and cultural tradition kasi yan dito.

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    1. Marami kasing Feel-Am sa Pilipinas as in Feeling American πŸ˜„πŸ˜†

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    2. Hahahaha 2:30 benta! πŸ˜‚

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    3. May punto talaga yung comment nya at nagtatanong naman sya ng maayos kaya di naman naoffend si Dawn. Mas mataray pa nga yung ibang comments na nababasa ko dito. Kung may mga ganyang trip ang ibang celebrity at pinopost pa nila sa socmed dapat handa rin sila matanong kung bakit nila ginagawa yun. Sa tingin ko rin mas maituturing na ignorance kung sinecelebrate ng isang tao ang isang bagay pero di naman pala nya alam o naiintindihan ang history dahilan at importansya kung bakit sinecelebrate yun.

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    4. Korek!in fact ang handa nila mas bongga pa sa traditional handa ng americans na kasama talaga ang sweet potato,dyan ba naghanda sila ng kamote?

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    5. Natawa ko sa dahil nakabili lang sila ng turkey πŸ˜‚. Kami yearly may turkey, pero di ko talaga sya type kainin, mas gusto ko pa ang sinangag, danggit, at itlog, yan lang solved na solved na ko. Kaya lang di ako pwede magprito dito nun,ayaw ng asawa ko, mabaho daw πŸ˜©πŸ˜‘

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    6. 1:48 tama ka. Mahilig lang ang mga Pinoy gumaya sa mga Amerikano.

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    7. @ 2:30 sakit ng tiyan ko kakatawa sa comment mo. busog pa naman ako sa turkey kakagaling lang namin sa in-laws for Thanksgiving dinner dito sa Amerika.

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  21. Cinecelebrate nman talaga ang Thanksgiving sa Pinas, pero hndi during Thursday.. alam ko pag katoliko, Sunday ang celebration.

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    1. Ibang thanksgiving sinasabi mo. Ang nag start kasi dito nyan yung mga English colonists/Pilgrims as part of their religion na rin para sa first harvest nila since dumating sila dito sa New World/US. So wala talagang kinalaman sa Pinas.

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  22. Ang pretentious naman kasi talaga if nasa Pinas ka at di ka naman American citizen.

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  23. We also celebrate thanksgiving sa pinas dahil nasa US ang parents ko.

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  24. Thanksgiving because she has a lovely happy family!

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    1. Sure, but not on the dame day of our official Thursday holiday. Because our holiday has a deeper meaning than hers.

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  25. Daming pakialamera/ro. Let them celebrate Thanksgiving their own way. Somalosep lahat na lang napapansin, mind your own business.

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    1. Yes, she has a right to do that but please don't announce to the world. It's so funny and silly unless she's American.

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  26. She is just another copycat, para lang may occasion......

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  27. Hmmm, that’s just her palusot. It’s not her or this country’s tradition. It has no meaning to us or this country, lol.

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  28. Tama naman si commenter. If di ka american or wala ka sa US ang OA mo naman na maki-celebrate ka ng Thanksgiving nila. Kami dito sa canada na neighbor lang ng US may sarili rin kaming Thanksgiving Day.

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  29. Dahil paborito nila yung artist sasabihin.. Let them be. Pero malamang kung ibang hate na artist nila yan sasabihin COLONIAL MENTALITY.

    THIS IS COLONIAL MENTALITY. PERIOD.

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  30. Alam mo naman sa Pinas. Di naman talaga makabayan ang mga mentality ng mga pinoy. Aminin na natin.

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  31. To each his own. Yun lang mga kababayan ko dyan sa Pinas.

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  32. Nakakatawa naman na pati personal choice ng iba to celebrate eh pinakikialaman. They have their own reasons like nasa US na kamaganak,lumaki sa US. Eh di wag nyo celebrate if ayawnyo celebrate. Kaloka may judgement pa yung iba na pretentious or feeling American, tingin din sa sarili.. Di ba pagiging judgemental yung ganyan mindset. πŸ™„

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  33. Pagpapasalamat lang, iquequestion mo pa, kung ginaya man, nakikiuso man at feeling america ka man, masama na ba magpasamalat ngayon?! Wala man ako pambili ng turkey, pero nakithanksgiving din ako dahil ang boss ko americano at marami ako dapat ipagpasalamat.

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  34. Mas maganda ngang celebrate ang Thanksgiving kesa Halloween eh.

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  35. nasa US kmi pero hndi kmi nkki thanksgiving parang ordinary day lng

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    1. Ay girl kami din kahit memorial day at 4th of july di kami nakiki ano. Basta holiday lang sya ang we take a rest. Respect lang those who celebrate.

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    2. Kaya di kayo nakiki celebrate sa American Holidays is because you are not American (citizens). Di nyo mahal ang America and its traditions coz you're not citizens. Tama ba?

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    3. 4:06 where did you get that from? i am an american citizen, spent half my life in the east coast. just because i don’t partake in all the celebrations, you can assume i do not love my adoptive country. i just learn so much history (the real one, not the whitewashed version history books) and learned first hand information from native american, hispanic, and african american friends to know that not everything is a celebration, but remembering and respecting.

      you’re most likely the type of filipino who just set a foot in this country and eventually forget who you are smh. take your colonial logic somewhere else.

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  36. Ok lang yan. Celebrate nga tayo dito sa Pinas ng Chinese new year eh.

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  37. May historical context ang pag celebrate ng Thanksgiving sa US. It's about the Pilgrims and Native Americans. Anong konek ng Pilipinas?

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    1. And take note eversince daw bata cya they celebrate thanksgiving kuno! Nakakatawa Lang

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    2. 7:02 you know typical filipinos, anything foreign is something to “adapt” and “adopt”. it’s social status more than anything.

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  38. Bakit nga naman kasi nakiki thanksgiving ang mga pinoy na nasa pilipinas at mga hindi naman american citizen? Pero kapag ibang lahi ang nakisawsaw satin daming nagagalit.

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  39. If you know what Thanksgiving in the US is for then you’ll also find it absurd that people in Pinas celebrate it as well. It’s not applicable to Pinoys!

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    1. Korek! Patawa lang at epal c dawn!

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    2. This!!! I'm not questioning dawn don't know her personally maybe she lived in the states or whatever.. But for the Filipinos who lived all their lives in the Philippines with no American association .. Ang labo nyo to celebrate this American Holiday. May meaning eto sa mga Americans! If you want to give thanks. Choose a diff day and have it approved as a Philippine holiday.

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  40. I cringe seeing people in the Philippines celebrate thanksgiving being gaya-gaya sabay sa uso just because US is celebrating the holiday, not knowing there’s a HISTORICAL reason behind it. Lol

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    1. Gawa tayo ng sarili nating Thanksgiving Day because the Thanksgiving Day in the US is not applicable to us

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    2. Hindi kse naiintindihan ng mga hindi talaga nasa America. Kung ano at bakit may Thanksgiving. Noong unang panahon, nag tipon ang mga pilgrims at native american sa unang harvest nila. Kaya naging tradition na up to now. Gawa na lang ang pinas ng celebration kapag naghaharvest ng palay. Mag lechon naman ng baka. Oh di ba? Mas sosyal sa turkey yun!!!

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  41. Feeling americans mga eto lol

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  42. I celebrate Thanksgiving dahil yung ex ko ay half American and kahit hiwalay na kami, nakasanayan ko ng icelebrate ito with family. So ikamamatay ba ninyo ang pagcecelebrate namin ng Thanskgiving? Di naman kami nanghingi ng panggastos sa inyo.

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    1. Sawsawera ka sa tradition at holiday nila.

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    2. 11:38 keyword ex, may masabi ka lang din ano? umamin ka na din lubusin mo na like yung argument nung iba sa taas “may pambili kami ng turkey”

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  43. WTF?!!! Pati ba naman pagcecelebrate ng Thanks Giving pinapakialaman? At sa mga nagsasabi na hindi sine-celebrate ang thanks giving sa pilipinas. Siguro kayo hindi niyo sine-celebrate but we do. And we do thanks giving twice a year its mid year and year end thanks giving kaya la kayong pake sa tradition nina Dawn πŸ˜’.

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  44. Daming natamaan dito na feel-Ams

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  45. Hoy malay nyo ba kung may dugong amerikano yan si dawn o yung mga ninuno nya or sa side ng asawa nya? Tinanong nyo ba since napaka pakielamero nyo na din nman..ayan na nga sinabi na nag ccelebrate nga sila since maliit pa sha..so meaning tradition na din sa kanila yun. Mga snowflakes na toh..haha.

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  46. I think wala nman masama maki thanksgiving kung galing ka states or may kamaganak ka o kaibigan nasa States at gusto mo silang batiin dahil isa itong masayang pagtitipon at pasasalamat sa Panginoon. Wala din masamang maki thanksgiving kung nais mo din mgpasalamat sa Diyos sa lhat ng biyaya at buhay. Nothing’s wrong. Only wrong kung nkikithanksgiving ka kase lakas maka sosyal.

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    1. And that’s what they’re doing... just for IG post

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  47. Kc nman masyadong gaya gaya ang mga pinoy Sa ibang bansa! Pati thanksgiving ginaya eh wala nman ganun Sa pinas!

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  48. Kalokohan na sabihin ni dawn na since bata cya eh nagce-celebrate na cla ng thanksgiving! So how come ngayon lang cya nag-post about it.

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    1. So just coz she didn't post before means they don't celebrate it? As if u know her personally. Unlike other celebs she doesn't always post everything.

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    2. 5:33 PM - Duh! Kung follower ka niya sa Instagram alam mong every year may post siya kapag thanksgiving! Judgemental!

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  49. Anong issue at pakialam ninyo kong anong gustong e celebrate ng mga tao? My gosh, mind your own lives don't be so cheap. Yuck!

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  50. Thanksgiving is not about eating turkey guys. It is about SLAVERY when you think about it. Pero isip pa more dahil hindi naman kayo lahat relihioso at Christians pero mega celebrate din kayo ng CHRISTMAS di ba? Ano reklamo ninyo?

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    1. Catholics are Christians so we celebrate Christmas ano ba 🀣

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  51. Her dad and brother lives there, so I think malaking influence sa kanya mula pagkabata, na taga dun ang tatay at kapatid nya. Plus yung post nya I think is for someone in the US who is celebrating the occasion.

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  52. Its ok if the intention of the greeting is for people in the US celebrating Thanksgiving. If you were an expat living abroad, I don't see the reason not to celebrate it as well. But to actually celebrate it the way Americans do, while in the Philippines, its kind of absurd. This tradition, I think should be exclusive to Americans/Canadians because it is deeply rooted in their country's history. Pinoys have sort of thanksgiving naman during fiestas, thanking the Patron saint for good harvest.

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  53. I really don't understand how pinoys in the Philippines with no American affiliation celebrate Thanksgiving.. I mean there's history behind it why the Americans celebrate it. If you wanna give thanks fine but don't connect it with American Thanksgiving. I really cringe when pinoys greet each other happy Thanksgiving on American Thanksgiving day. Please know the history of Thanksgiving first. It's not just about turkey and pumpkin pie. Or choose a different day nalang. We can actually give thanks everyday.. Why choose the American holiday?

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  54. They own a house in New Jersey. They usually spend the holiday season there.

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    1. And that makes them Americans? You make no sense.

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