We can't totally claim that it really is more fun in the Philippines, but it sure is funnier here. It's funny when we fail because we're Pinoys and we don't know any better. We're just wired this way, you know what we mean?
The same can be said with the way we put up signages. Someone even had the tibay ng apog to publish a book about it.
Simply put, when Pinoys put up signages, this is what happens:
His parents were up to no good the day he was born, so poor little Dick promised to make something of himself when he grows up.
"My momma told me not to be ashamed of who I am and where I came from."
If you get inked here and the pain gets the best of you, you know what to scream.
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