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51 Things That Would've Been Different if Harry Potter Were Set in the Philippines

(via BuzzFeed)

  • The Hogwarts Express wouldn’t come on time and when it does, it would be so full of passengers the trolley won’t be able to roam around.
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10 Types of Co-Passengers You'll meet on Public Transport:

(Only in the Philippines)

THE PASOSYAL.

 Ito yung pasaherong nakataas ang kamay para ipag-mayabang ang bago niyang Iphone. Ito din yung pasahero na namaos ka na sa kakasigaw ng“Paabot ng Bayad!!!” eh, hindi ka pa din lilingunin dahil rich daw siya at bawal siya utusan. 342 more words

Blog

Now where were we?

So this was my lunch today. I was checking out the fridge for what to eat (and also with the idea of planning dinner) when I spied a lonely eggplant in the corner of the veggie crisper. 542 more words

Lifestuff

Sinamak (Spiced Vinegar)

Filipinos love to eat inihaw, sinugba, roasted, grilled, or barbecued dishes with dipping sauce or sawsawan.

Sinamak is Iloilo’s version of spiced vinegar. It has an appetizing aroma from the zest of several spices that were combined and soaked in vinegar. 136 more words

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UP FAIR 2016: Banda ni Kleggy

It is now again the season for the University of the Philippines (UP) Fair. This yearly tradition, which happens on the week of Valentine’s day, has always been a celebration of the Filipino independent and mainstream music industry. 239 more words

Rock Music

Sheen Irerick Seeckts reblogged this on The Viewfinder and commented:

I took some photos of the Filipino band, Banda ni Kleggy, during their performance at the UP Fair Overdrive Wednesday 2016. Check them out on my sister blog, Rhythmic Feels!

UP FAIR 2016: Banda ni Kleggy

It is now again the season for the University of the Philippines (UP) Fair. This yearly tradition, which happens on the week of Valentine’s day, has always been a celebration of the Filipino independent and mainstream music industry. 239 more words

Rock Music

POLITICAL THROWBACK: My First E-Election Experience

A seven to seven interplay of source codes, paper jams and inkblots will have the Filipinos registered voters once again exercise their traditionally branded natural right to suffrage which to clarify is a political one in a few months. 612 more words

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