aph the philippines

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(( IDK GUISE I JUST FOUND THESE QUOTES SO BEFITTING TO THEIR RELASYON HAHAHHA ))

QUOTE BASED ON: http://brooklyn99.wikia.com/wiki/The_Apartment

MEXICO & PHILIPPINES OCS © ME

ARGENTINA OC © http://chiaky.deviantart.com/…/LH-Argentina-Shimeji-2160338…

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Alfred & Emilio: “That didn’t sound right.”


OK SO FOR THOSE WHO DIDN’T GET IT: 


In the US:

KKK - Ku Klux Klan or simply the Klan, is three distinct movements in the United States that have advocated extremist reactionary positions such as white supremacy, white nationalism, anti-immigration and—especially in later iterations—Nordicism, anti-Catholicism and antisemitism. Historically, the KKK used terrorism—both physical assault and murder—against groups or individuals whom they opposed. All three movements have called for the “purification” of American society and all are considered right-wing extremist organizations.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ku_Klux_Klan

In the Philippines:

KKK - Kataas-taasang, Kagalang-galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan, or simply the Katipunan (usually abbreviated to KKK) was a Philippine revolutionary society founded by anti-Spanish Filipinos in Manila in 1892, whose primary aim was to gain independence from Spain through revolution. It was primarily led by Andres Bonifacio, the “Father of Philippine Revolution.”
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katipunan


So you see, there are a lot of stuffs that don’t mean the same in other countries. Lol.


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emptycandywrappers-deactivated2  asked:

Hi!Have you ever tried to personify any countries yourself?? And if you had can you share some? P.S I'm in love with your art!

Yes. I have some. The most recurring one among the designs is the one for the Philippines, the place I currently reside. There’s a male and female version, but, I mostly use the male one for strips because I think ‘Phil’ sounds like a pretty chill bro haha

(I made a parody comic before. It’s read right to left)

anonymous asked:

Kuya, we know you like America, but what do you think about America's boss and having to work with them now?

//RIP Nyo!Phili

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M!A: Male Phili [25/8]. And that’s the end of the M!A. It’s back to female Phili.

Notes:

  • The background is Fort Santiago, a part of the walled city of Intramuros. During the Spanish period, that was the capital city of Manila, where the colonial government ruled the country.
  • While it is true that the Philippines was a Spanish colony, the Philippines was too far away and expensive to keep. But King Felipe was like, It’s so un-Christian to abandon those poor, unfortunate souls we saved just coz there’s no money. Let Nueva España take care of it. 
  • And so, from the earliest years of Spanish colonization up to the Mexican independence, we were governed by Nueva España.
  • I suppose it’s safe to say Mexico did pay for wall, so, thank you Mexico//bricked

(( SMH ))

PHILIPPINES: “H-HINDI BA YUN??? DI BA ANNYONBANWA?”

JAPAN: “SORE WA KONBANWA, BAKA SARU!!!! *CHASES*”

PHILIPPINES: “HA!?!?! I-IM SORRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII *RUNS AWAY*”

S.KOREA: *LAUGHING IN THE CORNER* “ANNYONBANWAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA XDDD”

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(( It’s been a while since I did these XDDD ))

はたふってパレード フィリピン版
Cioccolatodorima (cover)
はたふってパレード フィリピン版

Since it’s Philippine Independence day here, I sang a Hatafutte Parade

English Translation:

In my right hand is LAMBANOG! INIHAW in my left!
Eating and Drinking in the festive Parade!
Towards the enchanted world, TARA NA!

A spinning world while we hold hands
 As long there’s MERIENDA, it’s okay!
 ASUL, PULA, PUTI, TATLONG BUTUIN, ‘SANG ARAW
While I’m alive there’s hope! He-ta-li-a

“AAA~ it’s great to sleep under the shade of the tree during afternoon~
I wonder what’s the MERIENDA? haaaa~
AHHH-AH, wait, wait! I’m going to be late!”

Come on, join the festive Parade~!
 Sound the band, let’s march!
 If everyone here unite on the same melody,
The one and only song is now complete

And among the RONDALLA is the Philippines!

“Ah! There’s surely beautiful maidens watching this!”

Every corner has a history
Let’s ride on a big KALESA
l fly to faraway places or ride on a beautiful VINTA~

(Hetalia
SIPAG AT TIYAGA!
SIPAG AT TIYAGA
!)

Sipag at Tiyaga 2x

 SIPAG AT TIYAGA! While I’m alive there’s hope!
 SIPAG AT TIYAGA! Do not frown, smile~
SIPAG AT TIYAGA! Do not worry, leave it to me~
Join the PIYESTA!

Let’s go, join the festive Parade~!
This melody is universal
In 5 continents and the 7 seas
With this energetic tempo, it will reach all!

This is the non-stop PIYESTA
 Release the joy~

“ Ah~ I wonder what food is prepared?”

ASUL, PULA, PUTI, TATLONG BUTUIN, 'SANG ARAW
While I’m alive there’s hope! He-ta-li-a

“Ahh~ That was fun… I’m tired~
Ahh! I should eat first before sleeping~ Yawn…
Let’s do it again tomorrow…”

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Notes:
Lambanog- alcohol drink from coconuts 
Inihaw- barbeque (Chicken or Pork or anything) 
Rondalla- a string ensemble 
Merienda- Snack/ Light Meal
Kalesa- a horse-drawn carriage, widely used during Spanish Period. Still used in historical places
Vinta- a colourful boat 
Sipag at Tiyaga- Diligence and perseverance
Pag May Tiyaga May Nilaga- a saying that if you persevere, you will see great results
asul, pula, puti, tatlong butuin, 'sang araw- Blue, Red, White, 3 stars and a sun ( the Phil. Flag)