The Joes from YouTube's Hey Joe Show—Sumner, Connor, Jake, Tylan, and Davis—once were humanitarian missionaries assigned to the provinces of Negros, Bohol, and Cebu.
Then, in October 2014, they started making videos featuring their Caucasian selves...speaking in Bisaya. Their shtick was a hit, with their channel garnering nearly 35,000 subscribers in just half a year. It's a testament to the entertainment value of seeing foreigners try our tongue-twisting polysyllabic language like in Eat Bulaga's "You're My Foreignoy."
Image via Facebook/Hey Joe Show
Recently, the quintet came up with a video that lists the indications of being a Filipino such as measuring sinaing by finger, our unique way of getting someone's attention, and our signature mano, to name a few. We've probably seen Filipinos write or produce videos tackling a similar topic but it's amusing to see non-Pinoys point out these same behaviors.
Watch it here:
Video via Hey Joe Show
Panalo moment: "Compress, compress" sa picture-picture!
Now, all we need is an all-female version of this...
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