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Friday, December 4, 2020

Insta Scoop: Isabelle Daza Shuts Down Basher Saying Filipinos Copy Everything Western


Images courtesy of Instagram: isabelledaza

102 comments:

  1. Pero dba itong mga'IT Girls' na ito ay puro foreign lagi ang binibida?? So ano yun??

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    1. May punto naman yung nagcomment. Hindi naman nya binash si Isabelle. Dapat lahat tayo bukas sa pagsagot ng mga ganyang klase ng tanong na hinahamon ang pananaw natin sa mga bagay. Ang pinakatanong nya wala ba tayong sariling atin at lagi tayong nanggagaya at mas pinopromote pa natin ang kultura ng ibang bansa kesa saatin. Pero yung reply ni Isabelle hindi nasagot yung tanong na yun.

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    2. Yung sagot ni Isabellay WALANG SENSE!

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    3. 1:44 Sang-ayon ako sa sinabi mo. Hindi naman kinukuwestiyon nung nagkomento ang pagiging Pilipino ni Isabelle. Ang kinukuwestiyon nya ay ang pag uugali ni Isabelle at ng marami saatin bilang mga Pilipino.

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    4. Sa palagay ko hindi naman siya nagbibida. Sa mga ganyang pagdiriwang, hindi ka naman makakaasa na magugustuhan ng banyagang bisita ang ihahain niya Filipino foods.

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    5. Tanong, bakit kailangan ipromote ung gusto nyo? As long na wala naman syang ginagawang masama db. Its her freedom to cook whatever she wants or to prepare.

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    6. What does that have to do with anything? Rizal himself was dating foreigners more than his own.

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    7. “To answer your question” daw e wala namang question yung nagcomment lol

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    8. 3:33 Sabi nung nagcomment Maybe they dont have one so medyo patanong yung comment nya.

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  2. Not only copy but Philipino try to top it better! Not only traditions like this but also Moral Values!

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    1. 12:59 Hypocritical values

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    2. Kasi naman paturkey pa siya gaya gaya talaga! Dapat Ostrich ang hinanda niya mas bongga na dahil sa laki mas nahigitan niya pa at talagang friendgiving na parang Thanksgiving! Happy Halloween!

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    3. Pilipino po hindi Philippino, in english Filipino

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    4. OMG 1:49 hahahaha Ostrich talaga teh hahaha

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    5. sa laki ng Ostritch baka lumampas dyan sa lamesa 2:15

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  3. Hangry si Basher lol gutom lang yan. Ikain mo na yan para mabawasan ang epal.

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  4. Well handle the truth girl, not just food, it also includes fashion , songs almost everybody makes covers etc...

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    1. True. Wala na ngang nagmamano s matatanda lalo n sa South.sad

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    2. Eto na naman yung covers issue. I’m curious sa mga nag cocomment ng puro covers ang songs sa opm, anong generation kayo? I’M thinking gen z and younger millennials kayo? Disagree on this statement n puro covers when referring to opm (in general).

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    3. 2:11 Baka sa inyo lang walang nagmamano, sa amin nagmamano pa rin. Even my kid kahit laki sa ibang bansa nagmamano sya. Nasa mga matatanda na nagtuturo ng mabuting asal at kaugaliang Pilipino yan. Wag natin isisi sa iba.

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    4. 2:11 baka sa inyo lang.haha.kase We make sure that everytime we see our titos titas, lolosand lolas nagmanano pa din kami.actually same sa side ng cousin in laws ko that lives in Bataan and Tarlac. not just a tradional but also a respect.

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    5. 2:14 Ang problema kasi sa Pinoy music industry nilalagay sa pedestal yung mga karaoke singers tulad ni Regine Velasquez na buong career nagrevive lang at nanggaya sa mga kanta ng mga foreign artist tapos tinatawag pa si Regine na OPM Icon or OPM Queen kahit hindi naman deserve ni Regine ang mga titulo na yun.

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  5. True naman! Pati ting mga national national celebrations...hello, national nga eh hindi naman INTERNATIONAL People do not realize that US thanksgiving has something to do with their history. Nag evolve na Lang.

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    1. wag magtaka if may Black friday sale din ang shopee & lazada nxt time.yang mga It girls juni and friends kung maka-celebrate.first of all none of them is american nor married to an american.sabi nung isa may relative dw sila sa US,well pinoy pa din sila dito& wala sila sa manila para mag celebrate

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    2. I’ve been here in the US for 12 years, Ning nasa pinas pa ko Wla ako mtndaan na ngccelebrate dyan ng thanksgiving even Halloween. Ngayon pala ngccelebrate na? Nadaig pa ko never pa ko nghnda ng Turkey kasi feeling ko waste of money lng. Hindi namna masarap. Hehehe and true it’s about American history but ironically native Indians hate thanksgiving , because it was the day where pilgrims fooled them and grabbed their lands.

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  6. Hmmm.... ano kaya lasa ng turkey? Wala pa akong nakikitang Ostrich na niluto ng ganyan. Ang ganda cguro nung tingnan dahil ang laki!

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    1. ok naman teh parehas lang sa manok mas malasa pa nga manok eh. Kaya nilalagyan ng ibat ibang sauce.

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    2. Girl turkey and ostrich arent the same

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    3. ndi ko gusto. ive eaten it inCanada and mas masarap tlaga lechon

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    4. Chicken tastes better than turkey at mas matrabaho ang turkey prep. I have no idea about the ostrich taste though

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    5. malansa, ewan manok all the way pa rin. Pinoy talaga dila ko kahit sa Canada puro turkey handaan

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    6. When I was onboard they always served us, the crew, a roasted turkey, totoo na malasa sya but honestly mas masarap pa rin ang chicken

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    7. Turkey, dry sya. Kung napapagaliran pa sya ng ibang pinoy dishes, sya yon kawawa. Si lumpia at spag ubos na, sya buo pa rin.

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    8. I’ve tried it sa buffet. Di naman kasi ako maalam sa pagkain. Okay lang. fried chicken pa din hahaha

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    9. So aesthetic lang pala yung turkey malaki lang tingnan pero hindi masarap. Small wins! Size Matters!

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    10. Yes chicken tastes better than turkey and turkey is very high in purine. It triggers gout and arthritis.

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    11. we always have turkey for new year di kami mayaman may nagbibigay lang samin ng turkey every year naging traditon na haha masarap sya if you cook it the right way wala yung lansa. and siguro nasanay na din kami and it’s why we like it. and since malaki madaming nakakakain so really good for family gatherings. leftover turkey is the best tho yung kinabukasan gagawing mong cold turkey salad or sandwich yummmy

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    12. I like chicken than turkey. May taste ang turkey na d ok. Sa s & r, meron dyan.

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    13. mas masarap pa rin ang lechon manok sa atin baks...

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    14. Better pa din chicken. My Lola used to describe it as ma labรณ. It’s dry na not too soft na parang white meat all around.

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    15. Hahaha true 2:05. In my first Thanksgiving here, my sister prepared food and invited friends to come over. Syempre sya nagprepare ng turkey while ako at Nanay namin pinaluto nya ng lumpia, pansit canton, Pinoy barbecue (on stick) at chicken macaroni salad. Simot na lahat pero yung turkey, naiwan at after ng Thanksgiving inabot halos ng 1 week bago naubos.

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    16. I dont like it. Tried eating turkey kaso naalala ko ung wattle ng turkey kaya diko sya manguya. Meron kasi kami alagang mga pabo dati sa probinsya..wattle ung red thingy sa bandang neck nila na kulubot kulubot hehe..and bakit nga pala nakikithanks giving sila? In america yan tlg ang big deal na sinifelebrate e. Hindi ang pasko at NY. Spent xmas and NY in the US last dec and it was just an ordinary day.

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    17. Chicken kayo dyan. It has to be turkey on the Thanksgiving table because it's tradition.
      Mag adobo kayo sa side kung gusto nyo. Atchara instead of gravy or buko pie instead of pumpkin or apple pie to make you happy.

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    18. 2:23AM! No wonder my joints hurt whenever I binge on Turkey!

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    19. Hindi masarap. Mas masarap chicken

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    20. Sa family namin lagi nag hahanda mg turkey pag may okasyon, hindi nga lang roasted kundi Spicy caldereta. Yung tita ko masarap magluto nun mapapadami ka talaga ng rice. Nung bata pa ko ayaw ko kumain niyan, sabi ko yuck turkey, sabi ng nanay ko, yuck ka jan, sa US nga every thanksgiving lang sila nag tuturkey kasi mahal.

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    21. alam mo mas masarap pa ang lechon manok na may sarsa o kaya atchara. Malaki lang at maganda tignan ang turkey pero wala talaga lasa kung walang sauce.

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    22. hindi pa ako nakakain ng Ostritch bale ostritch egg pa lang natikman ko. Anu ba lasa ng ostritch?

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  7. True naman not just with Isabel but for most of us. The difference is I do notgo as far preparing special meals for my family and friends on Thanksgiving.

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  8. Thanksgiving is a tradition in the US and Canada, I just wonder if alam ng mga taga pinas ang meaning nito. I've seen a lot of pics sa ig and fb nagceleb kuno ng tg nasa pinas naman. Copycat lang

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    1. Exactly they go around asking in forums where to buy Turkey and pumpkins ๐Ÿ˜…

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    2. kaloka nga nakita ko nagpapa-pre order na noon ng turkey for thanksgiving eh mga pinoy naman & nasa pinas.wag gumaya dahil ito ay isang tradition w/ history,di para maka-post sa ig.

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    3. Sa US Lang ang Thanksgiving. Copycat at trying to be like America din ang Canada!

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    4. 9:30 The first Thanksgiving after Confederation was observed on 5 April 1872. A national civic holiday rather than a religious one, it was held to celebrate the recovery of the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) from an illness. Thanksgiving was first observed as an annual event in Canada on 6 November 1879. That's from the Canadian Encyclopedia website. I'm Filipino holding a canadienne passport. My daughter speaks French.

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    5. 930, according to National Geographic, Canada celebrated Thanksgiving decades before the Pilgrims in the US. Canadian Thanksgiving kicked off with a feast of biscuits, salt beef, and mushy peas in 1578, whereas the American one was first celebrated in 1621.


      Libre ang Google. Please use it.

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    6. yung mga iba naman kasi sa atin nakapag asawa na ng mga Amerikano kaya nag cecelebrate pa rin ng Thanksgiving.

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  9. Truth hurts :) Just look at all these comments :) Lahat taglish ha ha... mga hypocrites :)

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  10. Totoo naman! May nakita pa ko post sa fb na dapat daw gawin na ding national holiday ang thanksgiving sa Pilipinas. Hello, magbasa din ano ang history ng holiday na ito. Kami nga mga pinoy sa Amerika we dont eat turkey for thanksgiving kasi di sha masarap no matter how you cook it. ALthough fried turkey is good kaso dangerous to cook heheheheh

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    1. your just not good at cooking. period! daming hanash..

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    2. agree, ang iba napahiya na from the past when they celwbrated kaya kunyari Friendsgiving na lng daw,talaga naman of all the days sinabay sa Thanksgiving. Before kasi sinita din sila abt this,she said they have relatives in america daw,kaloka ha.this is not a celebration for relatives.makagaya lang eh.gusto ko pang kasi dito black friday๐Ÿ˜‚this yr no good deals eh.

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    3. 7:44 am - Hindi ko talaga talent ang cooking...I never said I was the one who cooked it. Inorder namin sa Whole Foods.

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    4. Hahaha truth , we don’t celebrate thanksgiving , nakkikain lng kami LoL mga anak ko nga pnay Tanong why we don’t celebrate thanksgiving ? Because we’re filipinos! Lol ๐Ÿ˜‚

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  11. TRUTH @Anonymous 1:17 AM MAS MALASA P ANG MANOK SA TURKEY ! Dito nakakaSawa na din Hahanapin mo pa din MANOK AT LIEMPO LECHON ๐Ÿ˜„ ! And Knowing itong Si Isabelle D . na ISA ding paBIDA .. TAMA LANG yung NAKAPUNA ! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

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  12. True! Pero,pag tinanong mo bat may Thanksgiving baka nde masagot. I live in US for almost 4 years but we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving.

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    1. You don't celebrate it? Weird!

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    2. Kasi po di kayo American. It's an American tradition.

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  13. Truth is (& Im guilty of this one too), Did we ever celebrate Linggo ng wika? Araw ng kalayaan? Rizal Day? But we celebrate 4th of July, Halloween, Chinese NY, Cinco de Mayo .. even Spring Cleaning. hahahahaha

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    1. Among the holidays in your list we only celebrate CNY. Trick or treating naman is for the kids but not to celebrate it

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    2. Yes we do, bukod sa schools na celebrated siya. May mga groups and even sa companies yes, may pa activities din during Buwan ng Wika, Araw ng kalayaan etc.

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    3. Buti pa nung Thanksgiving ang ibang Pinoy naghanda. Pero nung Araw ng Kalayaan kahit Pansit Palabok man lang waley.

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    4. Hahaha �� Yan din Tanong ko dito 12 years in the US, Americans are very patriotic Kahit mga bahay nila May flags ng USA, Sabi ko sa asawa ko Bakit satin sa pinas wlang Nglagay ng flag day bahay nila? Meron sa school at city hall.

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    5. 2:12, ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿป‍♀️ guilty. We didn’t celebrate any Filipino holiday but we celebrated Spring and Mid-Autumn festivals when my mom was alive. But now that she’s gone we’ve stopped celebrating it and we only celebrate Easter Sunday and Christmas.

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  14. Where’s the lie though? Hilig natin makigaya sa Thanksgiving, Halloween etc. Pati yang kaechosan na Friendsgiving ginaya pa. Admit it. Pag sariling atin deadma tong mga to pero pag Western influence kahit ano pa man yan they portray it as cool.

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  15. For sure no one likes the guava salad lol

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  16. Sadly that's a fact. It runs through our blood. Our ancestors were greatly influenced by the conquers of other blood to our land. And we've adapt to different cultures that conquered us. We became one of them. Though during those times specially the spanish era. Some parts of the Philippines retained their Filipino cultures that's why 'till today we still recognise those native Filipino norms. But we actually became one of those foreign cultures that invaded us. Eversince then, we aren't full native Filipino anymore. Even the "Pagmamano" were influences from China, that's according to studies.We are mixed up race. We are a li'l bit of everything lol! It's runs through our blood eversince the first foreign invasion.

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  17. Totoo naman gaya gaya ang pinoy gusto maputi gusto mala kpop ang figure nakiki hakuna lahat ng holiday sa canada at us ginaya..accept it isabel isa ka din sa gaya gaya taaa din much ng lipad mo

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  18. Pretentious 2.0 kala nila nakaka ganda ha. Tinalo pa nakatira sa US ha

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  19. My family is pure Filipino living in the Philippines but I celebrated both Halloween & Thanksgiving, not to copy but just to have an excuse to cook & eat.

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  20. Totoo naman lalo na pag rich ka na eechapwera ang culture kesyo baduy daw pag pinoy! Isabele i like you dahil matalino ka, sana wag kalimutan ang culture natin at pagiging filipino.. yan kasi ikauunlad nang pinas ang di pag limot sa pinag mulan. Look at Korea and China sobrang halaga ngculture nila sa food man o fashion kaya ganun sila ka rich na bansa

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    1. China yes, it’s the oldest culture Hmm korea? No. Their culture is from Japan can you not see the similarities? Fyi na colonize ang korea ng japan, thus the traditional wear, head dress, bleached skin color etc.

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    2. Actually Korea is more like in between China and Japan culture. But both Korea and Japan cultures were influenced by China as thousands and hundred years ago, China was a massive empire with very rich history. Korea was once a basal state of China. That’s why you’ll see in Chinese calligraphy in Korea’s temple and Japanese writing in Kanji. Anyway, I know Filipinos hate China but just stating facts.

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  21. IT girls nonsense

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  22. What do you expect when your own national hero was pining over foreign women and writing in another language.

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  23. Friendsgiving is the most stupid thing I've ever heard. Ginaya mo pero iniba mo para hindi halata na ginaya mo lang?

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  24. kasi naman mga pinoy nag-celebrate din ng Thanksgiving without knowing the History of it,wala itong kinalaman sa mga pinoy para magpasalamat,of all the holidays sa american Thanksgiving pa talaga mag- Friendsgiving kuno para di halata.Read the History first.

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  25. Nothing beats Christmas sa pinas! the best of the best of the best period no erase!!!

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  26. Sa totoo lang mas masarap pa din ang manok, never ko nagustuhan ang lasa ang turkey ewan ko ba. Ewan ko ba sa ibang pinoy, nakiki thanksgiving kahit hindi natin holiday yan.

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  27. If she were Filam or her husband is American she has the right to celebrate it.

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    1. Which she is neither.

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    2. Italian ata ang asawa ni Belle.

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  28. A celebration about colonisation, driving away the native americans from their own land and slavery. Nag evolve na lang.

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  29. No wonder the Philippines is a lost country. Tsk

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  30. eh paano kung halimbawa may foreigner na gustong gusto magprepare ng lutong pinoy? Is that an issue? Matutuwa ang pinoys pero ung ibang lahi wala naman paki.

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  31. Pretentious and trying hard copycat lang. Thats too obvious.

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  32. ahy akala ko French ang asawa

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    1. 10:36 yun nga eh. Eh French doesnt celebrate thanksgiving. Only United States, Canada, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and Liberia celebrate it.

      Ps. The reference is from Google/wikipedia.org

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    2. French pala yung husband ni Belle. Baka naman tumira yan sila sa US kaya nag cecelebrate ng Thanksgiving.

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