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PostPosted: Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:00 pm 
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golden lily wrote:
kapampangan = magaling magluto , religious, magalang (nag bless sila sa parents nung me ari ng bahay kahit first time nila nakapunta)

yung yabang ewan ko lang kasi kahit san naman galing me mayabang


tama ka dyan sa magalang.
turo na yan nuon pa.
kahit hindi kamag anak, magmamano yung mga laki sa pampanga o tarlac ( meron pang isang province na may kapangpangan di ko lang matandaan)
Yun din ang gusto kong ituro sa mga anak ko.
marespeto kasi ang kapangpangan.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:04 pm 
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IGOROT wrote:
jasperjack1968 wrote:
kapampangans are mayabangs, mahilig magpabilib kahit walang wala na.


This 11th from jj, i also agree.......isama mo na dyan ang kailangang mangutang para lang maging maporma..



buti na lang laki akong tundo kaya di ako ganyan. :lol: :lol: :lol:

pero medyo maporma pa din ako
hindi lang ako nangungutang.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:06 pm 
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hindi siguro lahat pero may nakasama ako sa bahay 2 kapampangan, saksakan ng yabang yung isa at ang ingay, ayaw pa awat sa argumento kahit no point na, tapos ngyayabang masarap daw luto niya pero nung ngluto na hindi naman hahahahaha tapos nung ngdala ako luto ng ka officemate ko sarap na sarap sya biglang binawi sabi nya kapampangan mahilig lang daw mgluto kung anu-ano pero ewan kung masarap yun yung di sya sigurado!! :lol: :lol:

yung isa naman tahimik lang pero halata na medyo mayabang din at ayaw din pahuli....

so sa tingin ko mayabang talaga sila or tamang term siguro mapride yung gusto palagi una or palaging tama!!

ang ilonggo yun yung talagang mayayabang!!.. :lol: :lol:


hahaha natawa naman ako dun sa luto portion pre... :lol: :lol: :lol:

aminado ako, may mga kapampangang mayabang talaga.. pero hindi naman lahat :lol: :lol: :lol:


kahit saang parte sa mundo may mayayabang talaga kasama na yan sa buhay.. :D


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pero pansin ko talaga pre, marami sa mga cabalen ko ang talagang mayayabang :lol: :lol: :lol:



nahihiya ka pang aminin.
malamang ganyan ka din! :mrgreen:

ako aminadong aminado! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 01, 2013 8:23 am 
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docunso wrote:
golden lily wrote:
kapampangan = magaling magluto , religious, magalang (nag bless sila sa parents nung me ari ng bahay kahit first time nila nakapunta)

yung yabang ewan ko lang kasi kahit san naman galing me mayabang


tama ka dyan sa magalang.
turo na yan nuon pa.
kahit hindi kamag anak, magmamano yung mga laki sa pampanga o tarlac ( meron pang isang province na may kapangpangan di ko lang matandaan)
Yun din ang gusto kong ituro sa mga anak ko.
marespeto kasi ang kapangpangan.


Bulacan, ganun din, which is malapit sa pampangga.. sobrang magalang at mababait. Na punta ako dun sa gf ko at ang hirap pala sa bandang conservative na lugar sa luzon. Pagka gising kailangan ng mag bless sa nanay at tatay, pag alis ng bahay mag bless na nmn, pag balik mag bless na nmn at na didismaya sila pag nka limutan mo ang "po" at "opo"...

Meron talagang culture difference na hindi minsan nakaka intindi yung matatanda. Iba kasi sa amin sa mga bisaya, walang ka tumbas ang "po" at "opo", nag mamano lng sa kamag-anak at isang beses lng pagka nakita mag mamano.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 01, 2013 8:30 am 
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ako aminadong aminado! :lol: :lol: :lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol:


not to the point na mag-iimbento na ako ng kwento


pero ganun talaga...siguro mas mayabang lang sila sa ken kaya ako insecure :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 01, 2013 8:34 am 
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no regionalism pls - radeon :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 12, 2013 11:56 pm 
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Kung sa Visayas yan, basi sa mga na lista dyan.. ilonggo version pala yan sa mga bisaya. :lol: :lol:

Nag work ako sa lunex telecom at may mga customer kami na tumatawag galing US, napansin ko lng ang kapampangan, matigas din ang dila mag tagalog.

Pag nka kakausap ko, sinasabihan ko na, mam taga saan po kayo sa Pinas? (Akala ko kamo taga Cebu para makapag usap kami ng bisaya), pero taga Pampangga pala. :lol: :lol:


mga hostess yun sa angeles na nakapangasawa ng kano, karamihan sa red light district ng angeles ang nagwowork ay mga bisaya.
pati nga sa bayan, marami na nagtitinda karamihan din muslim.

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malalakas boses. dyaske parang laging nasa military drill. pero mababait naman. medyo me kayabangan pero nasa pakisama naman yan kasi. kung mayabang, hayaan mo na. :D

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Lupang Hinirang wrote:
malalakas boses. dyaske parang laging nasa military drill. pero mababait naman. medyo me kayabangan pero nasa pakisama naman yan kasi. kung mayabang, hayaan mo na. :D


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10 things you need to know about Kapampangans.

July 30, 2013 at 6:53am



So you want to live in Pampanga, or room with a Kapampangan, or even marry a Kapampangan? Prepare for a bumpy ride! Here are tips to help you survive the company of this much-admired, much-reviled, and much-misunderstood people:





1. Kapampangans talk loud when they’re together. They enjoy listening to themselves and to the sound of their language. They love their language with a child’s love for his mother, calling it amanung sisuan (“suckled word”). They’d navigate across a crowded room to find anyone speaking in Kapampangan, and when they do, they’d gush like long-lost friends. They sound like they’re arguing, but they’re actually just tracing their six degrees of separation in search of a blood relation or a common acquaintance. You can’t blame them for savoring each other’s company. There are only 2 million of them left on earth, compared to 22 million Tagalogs, 20 million Cebuanos and 8 million Ilocanos.



2. Kapampangans are proud of their race. Call them conceited, call them ethnocentric, but they sincerely believe that they’re the first, the best, and the most in everything. Bravest soldiers? Check. First Jesuits? Check. Best cooks? Check. Prettiest women? Check. Longest literary work, first woman author, first vernacular zarzuela, first novel in English. Check, check, check, check! They’re pretty sure that Kapampangan blood can be found in every famous and great person in this world, including Andres Bonifacio and Enrique Iglesias. Kapampangans are fiercely patriotic—not to the Filipino nation, but to the Kapampangan Nation, which they claim (correctly) to be older by 500 years. Other Filipinos deny their ethnicity, but Kapampangans will announce it even when no one’s asking! Their attachment to their land of birth compels them to stay, but if they leave at all, they always look to Mt. Arayat as a sentimental beacon guiding them on their way back.



3. Kapampangans are offended when they’re called dugong aso. They take it as an attack on their personal integrity and an affront on the memory of their ancestors. Generations of Kapampangans have endured humiliation from people carelessly and even maliciously calling them traitors. Who wouldn’t resent being told that treachery runs in your blood?



4. Kapampangans can really cook, and Pampanga is really the food capital of the Philippines. You can contest the other claims, but this one is universally accepted. Other regions are known for single dishes and desserts; Pampanga has a whole cornucopia of culinary delights, from colonial to folk to exotic. This gift can be traced back to their access to the friar’s kitchen, their land’s plentiful harvests, and the episodes of floods and famine which have taught them to improvise. Everyone in Pampanga can cook, even the men; woe to the Kapampangan who can’t cook!



5. Kapampangans are notorious bashers. You make one small mistake, you won’t hear the end of it. You cook caldereta that’s a tad bland, you’ll be the topic for days. State a contrary opinion and you’re dead. Kapampangans are highly opinionated and contentious, probably the result of pampering by their colonial masters which gave them access to exclusive schools in Manila and Madrid (while their compatriots could only attend parochial schools) which, in turn, made them feel intellectually superior.



6. Kapampangans are deeply religious—which is of course not the same as spiritual. Their fetish for anitos has morphed into an excessive, almost irrational, devotion to anything associated with their colonizers’ religion. Kapampangans have found their new idols on which to lavish their affections: the church temple for which they’d spend any amount to build, rebuild and renovate; the retablos and santos which they over-decorate, over-dress, and over-process; and of course their priests whom they over-revere to the point of electing one as governor. Pampanga is home not only to the most devout Catholics in this country, but also to Eli Soriano’s Ang Dating Daan and the Kingdom of Jesus Christ’s Apollo Quiboloy plus a host of other churches, sects and cults.



7. Kapampangans love the good life. They can’t last a week without malling, movies and mahjong. A birthday, an anniversary, a promotion—there’s always an excuse to party and a justification for spending all their savings. This joie de vivre, this utter lack of proportion between work and play, has put them in stark contrast with the thrifty Ilocanos, whom God has only given a sliver of craggy land to work on while Kapampangans wallow in fertile fields and rivers teeming with fish. Kapampangans’ devil-may-care attitude is the reason hospitals, diagnostic clinics and dialysis centers thrive in Pampanga.



8. Kapampangans have fine tastes—another offshoot from early exposure to their colonial masters’ lavish lifestyles. The rise of feudal lords and wealthy families in the province also nurtured artists and turned bucolic towns like Bacolor and Guagua into thriving cultural and political centers. These artists raised the bar of Kapampangan aesthetics and refined Kapampangan tastes. In addition, the proximity to Manila Bay and the presence of the US military base gave Kapampangans easy access to imported products which further fed their vanity. The puro porma pero wala namang pera is a stereotype about Kapampangans that has become almost as popular as dugong aso.



9. The other side of the carefree nature of Kapampangans is their durability. When Pinatubo erupted in 1991, even the proud scions of genteel families and descendants of poets and warriors had to suffer the indignity of staying in evacuation centers and the difficulty of starting over in resettlement areas. How the Kapampangans rose from a depth of despair this low to the economic peak this high is one of the most spectacular recoveries ever seen in this country. Kapampangans are a hardy people after all. It took a cataclysmic eruption, followed by four years of pounding by lahars, to bring out their hidden fortitude.



10. Kapampangans are risk-takers, almost to a fault. When the “brave youth from Macabebe” unsheathed his sword to take on a whole Spanish armada in 1571, he began a tradition of brave and bold Kapampangans who’d fight in battle, see the world, or start a business enterprise with an almost reckless audacity. The landscape of history is littered with fallen Kapampangans who dared to cross swords with much bigger enemies, from Maniago’s rebels in the Kapampangan Revolt of 1660 and the Macabebes whose town was razed to the ground by the revolutionaries, to Taruc’s Huks who fought the Japanese and Dante’s NPAs who fought the government and even Ninoy Aquino who fought the dictatorship.



So there. The list is by no means complete and Kapampangans are certainly much more than the sum of these descriptions. But for starters you can use it as a roadmap to get into the conflicted, unpredictable heart and mind of Kapampangans.



Kapampangans are hard to understand, and harder to live with. The contradictions that shaped their land and history—the cycle of feast and famine, the tension between loyalty and rebellion, feudalism and peasant unrest, Church tradition and folk Catholicism, and the presence of the largest US military base in the hotbed of Communist insurgency—have made Kapampangans truly unlike any other people in this country.


kapampangans are mayabangs, mahilig magpabilib kahit walang wala na.


damung bugok ninung mayabang nimal ka :lol: :lol: :lol:

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pero ang utang ginabuldos :biglaugh:


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hindi na pala nakapagtataka kung bakit ganun si Yabangguaio! :biglaugh:


sama mo na rin si calvin abueva :lol: :lol: :lol:


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malalakas ang boses..
sabi nila mayayabang daw.. pero hindi naman..
masarap kasama kasi maingay..

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