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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 9:09 am 
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Warning on Migoy for posting on wrong forum.

You also posted a nonsense thread about freddie roach on why he speaks english in another wrong forum.

Please read the forum rules for your guidance.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 3:47 pm 
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Bolo_Punch wrote:
Quite fluent but of course the Visayan accent which
thrives on the tip of the tongue,same as Britts' slang english.

During one of my return trips to Abu Dhabi as an OFW
and while on the airport,one Arab policeman called me
and requested me to interpret a Pinay's language which
he didn't understand.I checked first her passport and indeed
she was a Filipina.Suddenly,the middle aged woman talked,
her tongue was so fast and the language was like that of a bird.
I told the policeman (we talked in English & little Arabic)that i didn't understand her.
He looked so pitiful to the woman and politely led her to their
immigration office.Before i left,the lawman uttered
to me-" Maraming salamat."

As i was waiting outside the airport for a taxi,i kept recalling
the incident and wondered why the different languages on earth.
The newbee OFW Filipina who can't speak either Tagalog or English-
a victim of ignorance of the languages that gave her the trouble,
The Arab policeman-who didn't show any ludicrous reaction to the
woman but instead did his best to help her.And his knowledge of the
Tagalog words-"maraming salamat" which could be the only Tagalog words he knew.
And myself-why being a Filipino didn't understand the woman but was
quite lucky to know some Arabic words.I regretted that i wasn't able to
help my co-Filipino.

Then while inside the taxi,the answer came to my mind-every person will
have his/her own dialect and you can't expect him/her to write,talk and
understand the language of others.Therefore,respect a person who'll try
to speak another's language,don't make fun of him/her and instead,
admire and respect him/ her for trying ......
Like that gentle Arab policeman did. :D :D


nice.. :D

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 5:11 pm 
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Bolo_Punch wrote:
Quite fluent but of course the Visayan accent which
thrives on the tip of the tongue,same as Britts' slang english.

During one of my return trips to Abu Dhabi as an OFW
and while on the airport,one Arab policeman called me
and requested me to interpret a Pinay's language which
he didn't understand.I checked first her passport and indeed
she was a Filipina.Suddenly,the middle aged woman talked,
her tongue was so fast and the language was like that of a bird.
I told the policeman (we talked in English & little Arabic)that i didn't understand her.
He looked so pitiful to the woman and politely led her to their
immigration office.Before i left,the lawman uttered
to me-" Maraming salamat."

As i was waiting outside the airport for a taxi,i kept recalling
the incident and wondered why the different languages on earth.
The newbee OFW Filipina who can't speak either Tagalog or English-
a victim of ignorance of the languages that gave her the trouble,
The Arab policeman-who didn't show any ludicrous reaction to the
woman but instead did his best to help her.And his knowledge of the
Tagalog words-"maraming salamat" which could be the only Tagalog words he knew.
And myself-why being a Filipino didn't understand the woman but was
quite lucky to know some Arabic words.I regretted that i wasn't able to
help my co-Filipino.

Then while inside the taxi,the answer came to my mind-every person will
have his/her own dialect and you can't expect him/her to write,talk and
understand the language of others.Therefore,respect a person who'll try
to speak another's language,don't make fun of him/her and instead,
admire and respect him/ her for trying ......
Like that gentle Arab policeman did. :D :D



Bolo_Punch, are you still in Abu Dhabi right now? I live in Electra Street near ADCB.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:42 pm 
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kawawa naman si titser noel. lahat ng english classes nya isinara na ng mods, nabubuwisit na din sa kahambugan nya...these kind of sarcastic threads are serving their purpose already.. :D


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:51 pm 
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Bolo_Punch wrote:
Quite fluent but of course the Visayan accent which
thrives on the tip of the tongue,same as Britts' slang english.

During one of my return trips to Abu Dhabi as an OFW
and while on the airport,one Arab policeman called me
and requested me to interpret a Pinay's language which
he didn't understand.I checked first her passport and indeed
she was a Filipina.Suddenly,the middle aged woman talked,
her tongue was so fast and the language was like that of a bird.
I told the policeman (we talked in English & little Arabic)that i didn't understand her.
He looked so pitiful to the woman and politely led her to their
immigration office.Before i left,the lawman uttered
to me-" Maraming salamat."

As i was waiting outside the airport for a taxi,i kept recalling
the incident and wondered why the different languages on earth.
The newbee OFW Filipina who can't speak either Tagalog or English-
a victim of ignorance of the languages that gave her the trouble,
The Arab policeman-who didn't show any ludicrous reaction to the
woman but instead did his best to help her.And his knowledge of the
Tagalog words-"maraming salamat" which could be the only Tagalog words he knew.
And myself-why being a Filipino didn't understand the woman but was
quite lucky to know some Arabic words.I regretted that i wasn't able to
help my co-Filipino.

Then while inside the taxi,the answer came to my mind-every person will
have his/her own dialect and you can't expect him/her to write,talk and
understand the language of others.Therefore,respect a person who'll try
to speak another's language,don't make fun of him/her and instead,
admire and respect him/ her for trying ......
Like that gentle Arab policeman did. :D :D

Nice share.
I got curious about the dialect of that Filipina woman. She neither spoke Tagalog nor Bisaya and the uttered words sounded like a bird.

:whisper:


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:32 pm 
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hard_rook wrote:
BenPung wrote:
It's hard to be a celebrity.
First your English is criticized then it's your Tagalog...
What's next, Manny's hairstyle, then his facial hair, then his wardrobe...


Hey guys, get a life...


ever heard of sarcasm?


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walang pamasahe si pareng Ben, di nakasakay. :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:37 pm 
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Ok naman. Naiintindihan ko naman e. :D

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:26 pm 
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pano nga ba makikita? :shock: :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 6:38 am 
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soyamilk wrote:
Bolo_Punch wrote:
Quite fluent but of course the Visayan accent which
thrives on the tip of the tongue,same as Britts' slang english.

During one of my return trips to Abu Dhabi as an OFW
and while on the airport,one Arab policeman called me
and requested me to interpret a Pinay's language which
he didn't understand.I checked first her passport and indeed
she was a Filipina.Suddenly,the middle aged woman talked,
her tongue was so fast and the language was like that of a bird.
I told the policeman (we talked in English & little Arabic)that i didn't understand her.
He looked so pitiful to the woman and politely led her to their
immigration office.Before i left,the lawman uttered
to me-" Maraming salamat."

As i was waiting outside the airport for a taxi,i kept recalling
the incident and wondered why the different languages on earth.
The newbee OFW Filipina who can't speak either Tagalog or English-
a victim of ignorance of the languages that gave her the trouble,
The Arab policeman-who didn't show any ludicrous reaction to the
woman but instead did his best to help her.And his knowledge of the
Tagalog words-"maraming salamat" which could be the only Tagalog words he knew.
And myself-why being a Filipino didn't understand the woman but was
quite lucky to know some Arabic words.I regretted that i wasn't able to
help my co-Filipino.

Then while inside the taxi,the answer came to my mind-every person will
have his/her own dialect and you can't expect him/her to write,talk and
understand the language of others.Therefore,respect a person who'll try
to speak another's language,don't make fun of him/her and instead,
admire and respect him/ her for trying ......
Like that gentle Arab policeman did. :D :D

Nice share.
I got curious about the dialect of that Filipina woman. She neither spoke Tagalog nor Bisaya and the uttered words sounded like a bird.

:whisper:

Sa passport nakalagay kung anong probinsya ah. :roll:

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 7:14 am 
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Icecream wrote:
soyamilk wrote:
Bolo_Punch wrote:
Quite fluent but of course the Visayan accent which
thrives on the tip of the tongue,same as Britts' slang english.

During one of my return trips to Abu Dhabi as an OFW
and while on the airport,one Arab policeman called me
and requested me to interpret a Pinay's language which
he didn't understand.I checked first her passport and indeed
she was a Filipina.Suddenly,the middle aged woman talked,
her tongue was so fast and the language was like that of a bird.
I told the policeman (we talked in English & little Arabic)that i didn't understand her.
He looked so pitiful to the woman and politely led her to their
immigration office.Before i left,the lawman uttered
to me-" Maraming salamat."

As i was waiting outside the airport for a taxi,i kept recalling
the incident and wondered why the different languages on earth.
The newbee OFW Filipina who can't speak either Tagalog or English-
a victim of ignorance of the languages that gave her the trouble,
The Arab policeman-who didn't show any ludicrous reaction to the
woman but instead did his best to help her.And his knowledge of the
Tagalog words-"maraming salamat" which could be the only Tagalog words he knew.
And myself-why being a Filipino didn't understand the woman but was
quite lucky to know some Arabic words.I regretted that i wasn't able to
help my co-Filipino.

Then while inside the taxi,the answer came to my mind-every person will
have his/her own dialect and you can't expect him/her to write,talk and
understand the language of others.Therefore,respect a person who'll try
to speak another's language,don't make fun of him/her and instead,
admire and respect him/ her for trying ......
Like that gentle Arab policeman did. :D :D

Nice share.
I got curious about the dialect of that Filipina woman. She neither spoke Tagalog nor Bisaya and the uttered words sounded like a bird.

:whisper:

Sa passport nakalagay kung anong probinsya ah. :roll:

O nga naman noh... :shock:


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 10:43 am 
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doc_hol wrote:
pano nga ba makikita? :shock: :lol:

idilat mo mga mata mo bai... :lol:

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