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Re: Have you ever been mistaken for another nationality?
« Reply #120 on: March 07, 2009, 02:45:50 pm »
Nag tan aw mi concert adtong two weeks ago.  Naay mga puti sa akong likod sige Spanish sa ako.  So with a smile, i said, I don't speak Spanish only poquito.  Nakurat ba kaha!  You are not Mexicana? Oh no, I am Filipino!  Ask pod ko unsa ilang language kay mura galisud mang English.  Ingon nya, Alemania!  I meant to score so I gathered my tinaguan na Deutch!  Wie gehts es ihnen? Mein name ist Grace... Dah nakurat ang mga German na pod!  She continued to speak German but limitado ra bya tawon akong Deutch unya dili pod ka tarong English to sila so apilan nlang ug sign language. Maayo nlang nahuman na concert so I can use my last Deutch: Auf wiedersehen! Gute Nacht! 

Asa nato si Bembem?  Bem, dia ra one of my earliest posts dire sa TB.  Two days old pa ko ani! hahaha 

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Re: Have you ever been mistaken for another nationality?
« Reply #121 on: March 07, 2009, 03:09:20 pm »
So who in here has ever been mistaken for another nationality, aside from Filipino?



This question is funny.  How could you be mistaken as a Filipino when you are a Filipino?
(Assuming that almost all of the members here are Filipino, because I have not encountered a foreigner ??)

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« Reply #122 on: March 07, 2009, 03:15:51 pm »
In Germany, most of the people here think Im latina.  Some think I am turkish, some Spanish.  A fewer percentage would think I am a Filipino. I dont find it flattering though. 

Im proud of the Filipina beauty. 

Height maybe is a contributing factor too.  I stand 178 cm and that is tall for a filipina.  My grandma on the father side has spanish blood and she  looked and behaved like a real spanish too. Mugawas ang kinatsila labina sa pamalikas.  hehehe

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« Reply #123 on: March 07, 2009, 11:21:03 pm »
Na Pare... enjoy your shiny black hairs.... you get still enough time til it will turn to gray.  Am sure that lot of chicks are running after  you.

El Mundo!!!! you look like a real Mexican wearing your sombrero..... donde estas muchas Senioritas? 

hahaha, pare, amen about the black hair. I love my curly thick black hair.

Pero ug ma tiguwang ko--mo palit lang ko ug 'Just For Men' dye. ;)

hahahaha!

Love you, pare. How are you doing?

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Re: Have you ever been mistaken for another nationality?
« Reply #124 on: March 07, 2009, 11:36:34 pm »
Yes many times.Dili raba ako ang pangutan on akong husband.Is your wife Spanish?Many times sad naa gyud dili maulaw nako moduol ug mangutana ug spanish.Magnganga ra intawon ko then ingon sila dayon Oh I'm sorry I thought your spanish.Siguro maaan ko ug spanish kay akong ancestor naay may spanish kaliwat.Aw kita man tanan filipino naay dugong kastila.

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« Reply #125 on: March 09, 2009, 12:58:38 am »
That is true, Raquel. Down the line, we all have some kind of Spaniard blood. We cannot deny it.

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« Reply #126 on: March 09, 2009, 02:13:10 am »
My beautiful great grand mother (Lola Pinay) and great grand grand aunt (Pipay Lemon) were Spanish-looking as Spanish could be.  My cousins had traces of Spanish blood in their looks but I didn't get any trace at all, except for the love to eat merienda and to take siesta.  :D

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« Reply #127 on: March 09, 2009, 05:04:18 am »
Mao jud, 'te Ging.

Even if phenotype does not show it, the genotype is undeniable. The Spaniards mixed with the Filipinos in the islands, either they were priests, conquistadores, merchants etc. They mixed, nonetheless.

Just think--when they first arrived to the Philippines in 1521 and colonized it, beginning in 1565--the population of the Filipinos in the islands numbered no more than 500,000.

By the time of the Revolution in late 19th century--the population of Spain's Royal Colony in the Philippines numbered at 8 Million~.

The Spanish-Manila Galleon Trade with Nueva Espana guaranteed that mixing and introduction and constancy of flow. The Royal Port city of Cebu, for an example, was a hive for European Spaniards. Villas were built in Cebu for vacationing Spaniards, and many poor Spanish men and women made the Philippines their home. Marrying into the local culture and people.

Impossible kaayo to deny our Spanish roots, when it is just so evident.

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« Reply #128 on: March 09, 2009, 05:10:29 am »
When the Americans first arrived in the Philippines in the late 19th century, many of them were surprised: as the environment was similar to that of Mexico (note that America had many military ventures into Mexico in the 19th century {Mexican American War/ Pancho Escapade etc})

Fact: Most if not all Filipinos spoke, and read Castillian Spanish by the time of the 19th century. The Lingua Franca of the day was Spanish. The way the Tagalog and the Bisaya communicated with each other was through Castillian Spanish. The language of business was Spanish. The language of the military, government, juidicial, the language of the Church was Spanish. The Philippines reached a pinnacle of Hispanization in that epoch. Most of the politicians and revolutionista leaders were themselves either half Spaniards or part Spanish.

The famous Jose P. Rizal, was a Spanish Mestizo. His mother being part Spanish and his father a Chinese-Filipino merchant.

The man by the name of Andres Bonifacio, was also another Spanish mestizo.

The great writer, Marcelo Del Pilar, a great Filipino Apologist and pro-independence writer in La Solidaridad in Spain, was also of Spanish decent.

To the amazement of the Americans, when they arrived in Spanish Philippines, was the fact that the Philippines was more 'Latin' and or 'Spanish' than it was Asian.

lol.

Half a Millenia of Spanish amalgamation and cultural imprinting can do that to you. :P

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« Reply #129 on: March 09, 2009, 05:17:05 am »
Interesting historical tid-bit.
Cebu is known for its 'Spanish Guitars'

The historical reason for this is due to the heavy presence of Spanish performers that came to Cebu in the 18th-19th centuries; as the city had heavy Spanish presence. And even to this day.


Que eres muy Hispanismo!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PtQkyMbDbc

Note, that many and most Filipino kundiman folk songs have such tunes. Spanish tunes.



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« Reply #130 on: March 10, 2009, 10:19:01 am »
Here in Casablanca everybody think were Chinois (Chinese).

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« Reply #131 on: March 12, 2009, 11:56:09 pm »
working in manila in the mid 90s brought me regularly to the headquarters of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). each time i came, security people would express amazement at my being boholano which was reflected in my driver's license that i presented as identification: they thought i was malaysian, japanese, thai, burmese... in tagbilaran, some people have approached me on the street speaking english thinking that i don't speak bisaya. one time, someone even greeted me with, "hi joe" while i was taking a late afternoon walk. this is very amusing given that i look every inch a filipino.

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« Reply #132 on: November 01, 2010, 09:58:32 am »

Ako permi masaypan nga Bonobo...





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« Reply #133 on: November 10, 2010, 07:12:15 pm »
My super Lolo had Portuguese blood but I was mistaken for a Thai aboard a plane bound for Bangkok.

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« Reply #134 on: November 10, 2010, 07:31:36 pm »
grabeh!  i'm every other asian national except filipino.  i've been japanese, vietnamese, chinese, thai, and lately, indonesian.  

once, in a mideast country, the banana republic and i waited for his car service in a lobby where there was a group of filipinos waiting for their bus service to their workplace.  when the banana left, i turned to them to say hello.  they weren't very welcoming.  they only looked at me as if i came from another planet.  so i told them that like them, i'm a filipino (i knew they were filipinos because they were speaking tagalog.)  weird.  they even doubted my own declaration.

"bakit iba ang salita niyo," someone asked.  
"we were speaking cebuano," i said.  
"ah, bisaya pala."  
"yes, and you must not expect all filipinos to speak tagalog only," i answered, already pissed off with the way the word 'bisaya' was dropped.
"akala kasi namin, japanese ka at yung asawa mo ay arabo."  

doggone moon. >:(      

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« Reply #135 on: November 10, 2010, 09:27:14 pm »
grabeh!  i'm every other asian national except filipino.  i've been japanese, vietnamese, chinese, thai, and lately, indonesian. 

once, in a mideast country, the banana republic and i waited for his car service in a lobby where there was a group of filipinos waiting for their bus service to their workplace.  when the banana left, i turned to them to say hello.  they weren't very welcoming.  they only looked at me as if i came from another planet.  so i told them that like them, i'm a filipino (i knew they were filipinos because they were speaking tagalog.)  weird.  they even doubted my own declaration.

"bakit iba ang salita niyo," someone asked. 
"we were speaking cebuano," i said. 
"ah, bisaya pala." 
"yes, and you must not expect all filipinos to speak tagalog only," i answered, already pissed off with the way the word 'bisaya' was dropped.
"akala kasi namin, japanese ka at yung asawa mo ay arabo." 

doggone moon. >:(     






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« Reply #136 on: November 10, 2010, 09:36:04 pm »
I am always mistaken as a Chinese, my Mom gene's gave me this slanted eyes. When I was applying for a visa in Cambodia, the foreign affairs officer told me I don't need one, just tell them I am Cambodian and my tongue was cut-off by the Khmer Rouge (how am going to say that without a tongue). In Vietnam I am a Vietnamese, in Thailand I look like Thai.

But when a little girl in remote Cambodian province called me Russian... that one blew my sanity.

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« Reply #137 on: November 10, 2010, 09:38:02 pm »




perlas ka baleleng nga kwintas lang ang parehas sa amon, sir bolbs.  indi ako parehang niya, pati blouse indi pareha.  indi patsada nag-blouse samang ana tapos nag-kwintas sang black pearls na peke.

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« Reply #138 on: November 10, 2010, 09:40:24 pm »
I am always mistaken as a Chinese, my Mom gene's gave me this slanted eyes. When I was applying for a visa in Cambodia, the foreign affairs officer told me I don't need one, just tell them I am Cambodian and my tongue was cut-off by the Khmer Rouge (how am going to say that without a tongue). In Vietnam I am a Vietnamese, in Thailand I look like Thai.

But when a little girl in remote Cambodian province called me Russian... that one blew my sanity.

hahaha!  that cambodian little girl must have been to the caucasus herself.

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« Reply #139 on: November 10, 2010, 09:52:22 pm »
hahaha!  that cambodian little girl must have been to the caucasus herself.
Maybe because, I am taller than normal Asian women, and much chunkier when I was younger.

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« Reply #140 on: November 16, 2010, 08:43:22 am »






Oi, liwat man diay nimo imong anak (as pictured in your avatar), Ms. Isles. But I would say you look more Thai in this picture than anything else...  8)

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« Reply #141 on: November 16, 2010, 08:45:50 am »
Maybe because, I am taller than normal Asian women, and much chunkier when I was younger.

Hmm, nigamay na diay ka ron, Ms. Wolf? Most women put on weight as they grow older...

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« Reply #142 on: November 16, 2010, 09:10:55 am »
Hmm, nigamay na diay ka ron, Ms. Wolf? Most women put on weight as they grow older...
Baliktad hinuon ko kay chubby man ko. Sungu-gon gani ko nga mura kuno ko og lawas og coca-cola litro lang Hikhik...Pero karon okay na.



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« Reply #143 on: November 17, 2010, 02:30:29 pm »
Baliktad hinuon ko kay chubby man ko. Sungu-gon gani ko nga mura kuno ko og lawas og coca-cola litro lang Hikhik...Pero karon okay na.

Bahalag litro basta Coke, dili Pepsi...  ;D

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« Reply #144 on: November 17, 2010, 03:32:54 pm »
They had mistaken my identity as Arab,Indian,Pakistani,Morocan now that i color my hair to light brown and upon entering our flat there were two new Pilipinas checking mail on the box.I say hi! to them and they just look at me in a strange way.And when i ask them in pilipino language,what part in the Phillippines they came from,they burst into laugther and say pilipino ka pala we thought you  are Irish..

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« Reply #145 on: November 17, 2010, 10:11:00 pm »
They had mistaken my identity as Arab,Indian,Pakistani,Morocan now that i color my hair to light brown and upon entering our flat there were two new Pilipinas checking mail on the box.I say hi! to them and they just look at me in a strange way.And when i ask them in pilipino language,what part in the Phillippines they came from,they burst into laugther and say pilipino ka pala we thought you  are Irish..
I can't blame those Pinays!!!!

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« Reply #146 on: November 18, 2010, 06:01:35 pm »
Oi, liwat man diay nimo imong anak (as pictured in your avatar), Ms. Isles. But I would say you look more Thai in this picture than anything else...  8)

di lagi na ako or my likeness.  kamo gyod rong bolbuhol... gusto mong motilaw ug thai kickboxing? ;D

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« Reply #147 on: November 18, 2010, 06:09:32 pm »
...now that i color my hair to light brown...

whew!  maayo kay wa ka masaypi nga leprechaun. ;D

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« Reply #148 on: November 18, 2010, 06:20:40 pm »
Hapit gyud ug wala ko magtinagawog ug sulti saypan unta ;D ;D..Mao ra ba kana ang gipangita  ;D ;D diri kay ilang dakpon unya e grant ka ug 3 wishes in exchange for thier freedom..

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« Reply #149 on: November 18, 2010, 06:26:02 pm »
hehe, kapuliki unta kag grant ug three wishes atong mga pinay kung hindi ka pa unta nagsalita diay ng tagalog.  aw, diay, wa sila kahibawo nga kining leprechaun marunong magsalita ng tagalog. ;D

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« Reply #150 on: November 18, 2010, 06:28:31 pm »
hehe, kapuliki unta kag grant ug three wishes atong mga pinay kung hindi ka pa unta nagsalita diay ng tagalog.  aw, diay, wa sila kahibawo nga kining leprechaun marunong magsalita ng tagalog. ;D
wala sila kabalo bulok cguro kadtong mga pinaya.. ;D

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« Reply #151 on: November 18, 2010, 06:52:42 pm »
di lagi na ako or my likeness.  kamo gyod rong bolbuhol... gusto mong motilaw ug thai kickboxing? ;D
Show yourself to the world Miss Isles,There is nothing to be ashamed of...Dont wear an iron mask on your face.. ;D

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Re: Have You Ever Been Mistaken For ANother Nationality?
« Reply #152 on: November 18, 2010, 08:30:16 pm »
Show yourself to the world Miss Isles,There is nothing to be ashamed of...Dont wear an iron mask on your face.. ;D

that rather makes me 'the woman in the iron mask'?  let me see, maybe i need to wear your kind of hair (or wig or however you call it) first? ;D

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Re: Have You Ever Been Mistaken For ANother Nationality?
« Reply #153 on: November 19, 2010, 10:07:19 am »
whew!  maayo kay wa ka masaypi nga leprechaun. ;D

Kini nga leprechaun kay sayon ra dakpon...





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Re: Have You Ever Been Mistaken For ANother Nationality?
« Reply #154 on: November 19, 2010, 11:10:31 am »
taga hawaii ba daw ako...lolz

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Re: Have You Ever Been Mistaken For ANother Nationality?
« Reply #155 on: November 20, 2010, 12:10:04 pm »
...than to speak out and remove all doubt." - Abraham Lincoln

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Re: Have You Ever Been Mistaken For ANother Nationality?
« Reply #156 on: November 20, 2010, 12:31:19 pm »
may puruhan sad nga dakog bat-ang unya maayo mokimbotkimbot... (to the tune of pearly shells). ;D

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Re: Have You Ever Been Mistaken For ANother Nationality?
« Reply #157 on: November 20, 2010, 12:35:57 pm »
may puruhan sad nga dakog bat-ang unya maayo mokimbotkimbot... (to the tune of pearly shells). ;D

Bwahaha! Unsaon na lang kon bungoton!  ;D

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