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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #20 on: October 04, 2007, 09:03:19 PM »
I think any filipina that married a foreigner will be disturb with that post because its judgemental.

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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #21 on: October 04, 2007, 09:09:22 PM »
ipadayag pud ang imong gibati bulak kay basin diay pud kung matakdan ka nako :D
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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #22 on: October 05, 2007, 04:05:39 AM »

I may not be married but I think, I have the right to say a word in behalf of the Philippine women being criticized for marrying the outside race for the reason of $$$.

That's not what I observed with my Filipina friends with their non-Filipino husbands. If they allow their money to be spend in feeding their wives' family, it's mainly because they understand how hard life is in the Phils. I don't think, the wives just get the money without their husbands permission. And as I have observed, most of the Filipinas here are working like dogs to support their families in the Phils. They still have prides, even if there husbands insist on helping.










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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #23 on: October 05, 2007, 04:09:08 AM »
Korek! Ginger :)

No one has the right to judge anyone, especially if this person doesn't know the reason behind it all, and how we live our lives abroad.
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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #24 on: October 05, 2007, 03:37:11 PM »
What amazes me is the people here gloat about how proud they are to be a native from here? but, they marry outside their race to get away from the place? ::)
So they are not that proud after all?

Most marry for this one $$$$$ and are hoping for greener pastures from the other side of the fence with their new husband.

Most women who get married here to foreigners have a high rate of divorce after they have a new country citizenship and remarry again in the same country.

Allot of foreigner men come up to me and we laugh together as they tell me how unfaithful their being to their Philippine wives here.

The reason for it is because they are having a boring time here compared to the fast paced life back home.
The Philippine wife is fine with it for me "No Way"!
The foreign husband gets here and he pays for everyone in her family and it is not practiced in our place to get married and be the bread winner for Uncle Joe, Aunt sue, cousin Billy Bob, and the family pet pig.

I am telling you Philippine ladies if you want to lose your foreigner man just keep on washing his pocket book out supporting people he barely knows in your family.
It upsets them but they are too nice to say anything to you about it. So if your happy using a foreigner husband as an ATM machine then I guess it makes sense why you ladies allow these guys to be unfaithful towards you because you hold the legal banking card!

I also notice the Philippine woman married to a Westerner or other white foreigner man here is also changing her style of dress from conservative to non conservative?
She wears more richer threads then a Philippine woman married to her own native race.

I will not change for anyone I do not care what the style of the country is I will respect but not change it or myself
I would never marry to change my status in fact poor men have character and are rich in heart and rich men have everything and they never seem content!  >:( JUST BE YOURSELF AND ACCEPT YOU FOR :)  HOW YOU REALLY ARE DO NOT DO IT FOR OTHERS DO IT FOR YOURSELF PEOPLE!) :D










 

Your above-quoted statements Miss PreciousNpolite makes your personality "WORTHLESS".  It is not Ladylike!!!.  Who are you by the way, to make such judgement and you generalized all Filipinas in such a way?  It is not your business to give some comments to persons whom you don't really know why their marriage ended to divorce.  I doubt, you are not aware to the fact that numbers of those criticized women are really working hard to support their Families left behind not getting any single cent from their so-called $$$$ allien men. It is all rubish.  Expressing many words of attacks might only come from a loser expats. So what if a woman after divorced get married 10 times? She has the right to do what she wants of her life....it is her freedom!  To intervene any lifes decision is a violation of  humans dignity and rights. 
Personally, I am not mortally offended but I am voicing out to those speechless and not guilty and subjected to condemnation - POOR HOT OF $$$$$$$$$$$ LADIES!  :P










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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #25 on: October 05, 2007, 04:43:39 PM »
What amazes me is the people here gloat about how proud they are to be a native from here? but, they marry outside their race to get away from the place? ::)
So they are not that proud after all?

Most marry for this one $$$$$ and are hoping for greener pastures from the other side of the fence with their new husband.

Most women who get married here to foreigners have a high rate of divorce after they have a new country citizenship and remarry again in the same country.

Allot of foreigner men come up to me and we laugh together as they tell me how unfaithful their being to their Philippine wives here.

The reason for it is because they are having a boring time here compared to the fast paced life back home.
The Philippine wife is fine with it for me "No Way"!
The foreign husband gets here and he pays for everyone in her family and it is not practiced in our place to get married and be the bread winner for Uncle Joe, Aunt sue, cousin Billy Bob, and the family pet pig.

I am telling you Philippine ladies if you want to lose your foreigner man just keep on washing his pocket book out supporting people he barely knows in your family.
It upsets them but they are too nice to say anything to you about it. So if your happy using a foreigner husband as an ATM machine then I guess it makes sense why you ladies allow these guys to be unfaithful towards you because you hold the legal banking card!

I also notice the Philippine woman married to a Westerner or other white foreigner man here is also changing her style of dress from conservative to non conservative?
She wears more richer threads then a Philippine woman married to her own native race.

I will not change for anyone I do not care what the style of the country is I will respect but not change it or myself
I would never marry to change my status in fact poor men have character and are rich in heart and rich men have everything and they never seem content!  >:( JUST BE YOURSELF AND ACCEPT YOU FOR :)  HOW YOU REALLY ARE DO NOT DO IT FOR OTHERS DO IT FOR YOURSELF PEOPLE!) :D

it's unfair to generalize everyone. having a westerner doesnt mean you love less your country or doesnt at all. can you teach your heart who to love? after all we are one family in this world. its not about race, color or whatever you call, it's about being with someone who you trully care and vice versa. if one chooses to go behind the backs of their westerner partners or dig drain their pockets, it's their making not ours. and excuse me, we are working our *** out too for our family.

if the change is for the better, why stop them? if those girls feel good about the change, why not? dont we deserve something good? a little bit of spa and nice dress? arent you happy those girls look lovely than before? if its something good for yourself and your partner is happy about it, why not? some are just so hypocrite to accept that we all love a little bit of treatment and pampering. whilst, if you dont need the change, why change too? afterall Filipinas are lovely inside and out.










 


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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #26 on: October 05, 2007, 04:46:05 PM »
it's unfair to generalize everyone. having a westerner doesnt mean you love less your country or doesnt at all. can you teach your heart who to love? after all we are one family in this world. its not about race, color or whatever you call, it's about being with someone who you trully care and vice versa. if one chooses to go behind the backs of their westerner partners or dig drain their pockets, it's their making not ours. and excuse me, we are working our *** out too for our family.

if the change is for the better, why stop them? if those girls feel good about the change, why not? dont we deserve something good? a little bit of spa and nice dress? arent you happy those girls look lovely than before? if its something good for yourself and your partner is happy about it, why not? some are just so hypocrite to accept that we all love a little bit of treatment and pampering. whilst, if you dont need the change, why change too? afterall Filipinas are lovely inside and out.


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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #27 on: October 05, 2007, 04:49:13 PM »
expats in bohol? ding!

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« Reply #28 on: October 05, 2007, 04:56:25 PM »
and hello... westerners should have known the fact that Filipinos are family oriented and even if you marry a Filipino you still would help out your family in need, its not an obligation but an act of kindness and gratitude. makaako kag tan aw sa imong family nga nanginahanglan samtang ikaw nagpakabusog. a little help wouldnt hurt and the blessings will come back to you many folds. that's the sentiment of a true filipino. ayaw lang sad abusohi ang kaayo sa uban, dont ever bite the hands that feed you.

ayaw sad pagpakaaron ingnon kunohay nga di na molingi sa imong pamilya kumo nakabana og foreigner...kana maoy hypocrite!

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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #29 on: October 05, 2007, 05:00:09 PM »
Naminyo tungod sa $$$$??? no way jose! ang akong banana nga one day one eat man fud dere... pareho mi'ng duha wa'y nahot... & He does the same to his family kay pobre fud ang parents & ako ang nagtudlo niya nga hatagan ug wawarts ang iyang mga parents every now & then...
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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #30 on: October 05, 2007, 05:03:41 PM »
Ayyy naigo pud diay ko ani kay dili ingon nato man pud akong banana

Pero dili nalang ko mo react oi kay basin naay mo appear nga mga tuldok na pud ani...

maluoy tang Mike kay siya mahago repair sa mga tuldok

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You are korek C2H4..Sa pagbasa nako sa iyang post...medyo nanginit akong dugo..pero nabugnaw pagkabasa sa imong post kay looy pod si Mr. admin...

Besides..the writers reasoning that Filipinos marry ONLY for dollars only shows how little she/he knows about the Philippines and its people.

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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #31 on: October 05, 2007, 05:08:32 PM »
Based kono na sa iyang mga friends nga puti nga nabiktima... pero dili lang unta i-generalized ba kay dili man in-ana tanang Pinay... (mostly kay nangasawa man for a good cause... wahahaha... charity in progress...)
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« Reply #32 on: October 05, 2007, 05:22:03 PM »
nangasawa for a good cause? hehehe

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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #33 on: October 05, 2007, 05:39:36 PM »
Based kono na sa iyang mga friends nga puti nga nabiktima... pero dili lang unta i-generalized ba kay dili man in-ana tanang Pinay... (mostly kay nangasawa man for a good cause... wahahaha... charity in progress...)

Korek! never generalize if you/we describe a people on that country or that race, because every individual is different.

Just like when, describing bad to bohol police hehe, tanan police damay hasta ang maayo diba?
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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #34 on: October 06, 2007, 03:54:27 AM »
Pero dili nalang ko mo react oi kay basin naay mo appear nga mga tuldok na pud ani...

maluoy tang Mike kay siya mahago repair sa mga tuldok

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Hi, Everyone!  Hahahaha!  Nakabangga na ni nako ning bayhana!  Pero YES, tungod ug alang-alang kang Dong Mike, dili na lang nako patulan.

Kay ang problema kon imo ni siyang tubagon, naa ni siya very serious "Reading Comprehension" problem!!!  Tuison niya, ug i-mis qoute tanan nimong write-ups ...

Kapoy makiglalis sa tawong hambog na, eh, wala rin namang ibubuga!

Mao nga quiet na lang ko in one corner, ha, mga amiga!

Pero, ingon
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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #35 on: October 06, 2007, 04:25:15 AM »
Hi, Everyone!  Hahahaha!  Nakabangga na ni nako ning bayhana!  Pero YES, tungod ug alang-alang kang Dong Mike, dili na lang nako patulan.

Kay ang problema kon imo ni siyang tubagon, naa ni siya very serious "Reading Comprehension" problem!!!  Tuison niya, ug i-mis qoute tanan nimong write-ups ...

Kapoy makiglalis sa tawong hambog na, eh, wala rin namang ibubuga!

Mao nga quiet na lang ko in one corner, ha, mga amiga!

Pero, ingon
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You know what?...I was just very much upset of her written analysis and she degraded and generalized all.  Why and as to what reasons those men intended/preferred more our ladies?  We are poor but at least we have character.  So what if we help our Families?.....we work for it and that we are very proud of. 

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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #36 on: October 06, 2007, 04:28:58 AM »
Didn't anyone or  anybody dared to kick her ass out of Bohol???

Stupid biyatch!!!

Why did she stay there?

Is it because she cant afford to live like she is on a vacation  in her country???

Is she a citizen there in the first place???

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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #37 on: October 06, 2007, 04:31:10 AM »
She looks like a white trash bimbo anyways. But thats just me :)

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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #38 on: October 06, 2007, 04:33:19 AM »
Didn't anyone or  anybody dared to kick her ass out of Bohol???

Stupid biyatch!!!

Why did she stay there?

Is it because she cant afford to live like she is on a vacation  in her country???

Is she a citizen there in the first place???



Seguro ... kay sa Bohol lang siya nakakuha ug attention!  Sa ilaha, wasabi; wa binatbat!  Hahaha!
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Re: Expats in Bohol
« Reply #39 on: October 06, 2007, 04:34:24 AM »
She looks like a white trash bimbo anyways. But thats just me :)




that is a perfect comment from a very classy guy... like Insoy...
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