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Filipino Street Food: Kwek Kwek, Calamares and Isaw

Here are some Filipino street food that are tasty and relatively cheap.

Kwek Kwek is made of hard boiled Quail eggs wrapped 
in an orange-colored batter and deep fried.
It is usually sold in 4pcs/stick which costs Php 10.00(per stick).

Calamares is made of Squid with a tasty breading outside (batter)
Usually sold in sticks or cups. One(1) stick costs around Php 10.00,
while those in cups (which has more or bigger pieces) costs Php 20.00.

Isaw are intestines from either chicken or pig.
Sold in sticks and costs around Php 5.00 a stick.

In this video:
Alexandra Tito
Gel Cabotaje
Issa Caraig
Franz Sorilla


Thanks for watching!

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Diyaryo.. Bakal.. Bote..

Diyaryo Bakal Bote.. Diyaryo Bakal Bote..

Dala ang kariton na bubuhay sa pamilya niya, walang mahanap na trabaho kaya ito ang napagpasyahan niyang gawing trabaho. Ayos pa itong trabahong ito dahil malinis at marangal, ikumpara sa mga taong tamad na wala nang ginawa kundi kumikil ng buhay ng mga walang kalaban laban.

Mainit na tirik ng araw, tanghaling tapat may sumisigaw ng Diyaryo Bakal Bote, kanilang ikakatuwa ang iyong pag para sa kanilang kariton, lugi pa sila sa makukuhang bote at kalakal sa araw-araw, dahil sa pagod na kanilang tinatamasa. Nakakalungkot ang mga magbobote sa Pilipinas, kahit na sabihin mong ganyan lang sila eh nandoon pa rin ang kanilang pagmamahal sa Pamilya. Andoon pa rin ang pangarap na mapag-aral at mapagtapos ang kanyang anak.

Sa bawat bote na kanilang maibebenta, katumbas ng isang salop ng kanin sa kaniyang pamilya.

Sa bawat dangkal ng diyaryong kanyang mabebenta ay isang pag-asa sa pangbayad at pangbaon ng kaniyang mga anak.

Sa bawat kilo ng bakal na kanyang mabebenta, sapat na para maipambayad ng kuryente sa bahay.

Hindi ka bat dapat magpasalamat sa magulang mo at hindi sila ganito? Hindi sila nahihirapan tulad ng magboboteng ito?

Ang mga magbobote ang mga taong kailangan bigyan ng parangal, mga tunay na bayani at isa sa mga tunay na nagmamahal at bumubuhay ng kanilang pamilya sa magandang paraan.

Si manong magbobote, ang gusto ay mapabote ang kalagayan ng anak, mapabote ang buhay, makakain ng mabote ang kanyang pamilya,

Mga makikita at maririnig mo sa Local Internet Shop.

Local internet shop, ibig sabihin nito yung pang masa na computer shop, hindi mineski, hindi netopia tipong pang masa. Maaring makikita mo sa palengke, sa labas ng paaralan o kaya naman sa mga kanto kanto diyan. Ito ang ilan sa mga mapapansin mo sa mga Internet Shop na maraming tumatambay.

Comsat - ito yung mga taong walang pambayad o kaya naman eh hanggang nuod lang sa mga fellow players o kaya naman nakikinuod lang, maari nating sabihin na mga tambay lang o kaya naman nakiki aircon kaya nag aamoy datu puti suka ang loob ng internet shop, ikaw ba naman ang pagkumpulan ng taong solar boy at bumabakat ang amoy sa ilong dahil sa natuyong pawis.

Fliptop - ito yung mga taong trashtalkers na maririnig mo kung may naglalaro ng CounterStrike, Special Force at walang kamatayang DOTA. Ito yung maiingay na tao na halos idamay na ang buong pamilya parang ganito ang mga trashtalkers na players na maririnig mo sa isang computer shop.

  • Ang hina mo 6@g0!!
  • Yung nanay mo weak!
  • Yung lolo mo walang itlog!
  • Yung lola mo japayuki!
  • Yung nanay mo nasa amin kagabi!
  • Kapatid mo nandito ngayon nilalandi ako.

Hindi ko pwedeng brutalan ang mga trashtalkers, baka maging Rated 18 ang blog ko. Kaya ok na siguro ang discreet lang magpaliwanag.

Skype Addict - ito naman eh yung mga nag internet shop makapag skype lang, may mga taong naniningil ng utang, nag papadala ng pera dahil wala na daw pambayad sa renta ng bahay, mga nagsusumbong at naputulan na daw sila ng kuryente at mga taong nanlalambing sa skype, dahil siguro LDR sila o kaya nasa abroad ang asawa nila.

Facebook Addict - ito naman yung mga taong naririnig mo ang ungol ng baka, ang tilaok ng manok, ang tunog ng hukay ng lupa, ang kalaykay, at ang tanim ng mga buto sa mga taong ito. Dahil nag evolve na ang mga laro sa facebook naging CityVille na ito, patuloy na napeperwisyo ang mga tao sa application na ito, lalo naman kung hindi ka naglalaro. Kung tunay lang naman kasi ang mga bahay na ibinibigay sayo doon. Siguradong mayaman na tayo lahat, at sigurado akong mas mayaman yung taong nagbibigay sayo ng libreng bahay.

Offline Games Addict - ito yung mga taong mahilig sa LAN Games, maaring isama ang DOTA, yung mga larong GTA Vice City, GTA San Andreas, NBA 2k11 at marami pang iba basta yung mga larong hindi na kailangan ng internet, kanya kanyang trip yan e. Bakit ba? May sariling mundo sila eh.

Youtube Addict - ito yung mga taong mahilig mag videoke sa youtube, tipong < insert song here with lyrics here> tapos ayos na! kakanta na! Minsan naman eh nanunuod ng mga walang kamatayang KPOP Songs mga kanta na puro SORRY ang sinasabi. Juskoday, kung mga Pinoy Pop Bands na lang ang pinapakinggan nila edi sana gumanda pa ang industriya natin ng Musika sa Pilipinas.

Abangis - ito yung mga taong naghihintay nang magtitime dahil puno na ang internet shop, ito yung mga taong kating kati na ang mga daliri sa kamay na maglaro, mag blog, makipagchat. In short, mga taong sabik sa computer.

Chaperon - ito yung mag lalaro lang eh may kasama pa, ito yung mga taong nagiging COMSAT o moral support sa taong maglalaro o makikipag chat, maaring makikipagchat lang sa crush nilang dalawa at sabay silang kikiligin.

Tumblr Addict - mawawala ba naman ito? Hindi sosyal ang isang computer shop kung walang nag tutumblr dito, aba sosyal lahat ng tao dito no! Itaas ang bandila ng Pinoy Tumblr Community, kung palaliman lang din ng tao eh panalo ang mga naipon na tao dito, kanya kanya din ang buhay dito, pero maraming pwedeng maging kaibigan. Ito yung mga taong biglang ngingiti na lang sa harap ng computer nila dahil siguro natawa sa isang post na nabasa nila. “ Ito hirap sa tumblr, paminsan minsan tumatawa ka mag-isa”.

Top 10 Richest People in the Philippines – 2010

1. Henry Sy

2009 Rank: #1 (unchanged)

Networth: $5.0 billion
Age: 85
Marital Status: Married, 6 children

Starting with small shoe store in Manila, he built SM Prime into country’s largest mall developer. Run by son Hans, it’s expanding in China, where it will open a fourth mall later this year. Stock of his SM Investment, family’s biggest asset, up more than 25% in past year. Scrapped plans for a Las Vegas-style casino complex in Manila Bay, which was scheduled to open this year. Son Henry Sy Jr. recently bought Enrique Razon Jr.’s (No. 7) stake in power transmission company National Grid Corp. and became its president and CEO in June. Banco De Oro Unibank, country’s largest bank, is run by daughter Teresita Sy-Coson.

2. Lucio Tan

2009 Rank: #2 (unchanged)
Networth: $2.1 billion
Age: 76
Marital Status: Married, 6 children

Owns nation’s largest cigarette maker, Fortune Tobacco, second-largest beermaker, Asia Brewery, University of the East and stake in Philippine Airlines. Biggest chunk of fortune comes from Hong Kong-based Eton Properties, which is selling land in one of its township developments to Henry Sy’s SM Prime. Much of former electrical engineer’s wealth still sequestered by the presidential commission on good government, while cases make their way through country’s court system.

3. John Gokongwei

2009 Rank: #5 (+2)
Networth: $1.5 billion
Age: 83
Marital Status: Married, 6 children

His JG Summit Holdings outperformed market, making him a billionaire for the first time. Shares hit 2-year peak earlier this year partly on plans to list group’s budget carrier, Cebu Pacific, whose IPO subsequently got delayed. Brother James Go chairs JG Summit, son Lance is president. Group’s retail unit, Robinsons, has stores in 7 countries.

4. Jaime Zobel de Ayala

2009 Rank: #3 (-1)
Networth: $1.4 billion
Age: 76
Marital Status: Married, 7 children

His Ayala Corp., Philippines’ largest conglomerate by market capitalization, plans to invest $1.6 billion in various projects, including power generation. Interests include real estate, hotels, financial services, telecom, utilities. While he is chairman emeritus, family stake held by his 7 children. Jaime II, eldest, is chairman, son Fernando vice chairman and president.

5. Andrew Tan

2009 Rank: #4 (-1)
Networth: $1.2 billion
Age: 58
Marital Status: Married, 4 children

Son of factory worker put himself through college, worked in appliance store. Later made his first fortune in brandy. Holding company Alliance Global Group’s businesses include food and beverage, real estate, gaming. Shares up 25% from last year. Co-owns casino Resort World Manila with Genting Hong Kong.

6. Tony Tan Caktiong

2009 Rank: #6 (unchanged)
Networth: $980 million
Age: 60
Marital Status: Married, 3 children

Founded Jollibee Foods in 1975, with an ice cream parlor. Now country’s largest fast-food company, with 700 American-style Jollibee burger outlets and numerous other brands in Asia, Middle East and the U.S. Opened its first Chowking, a Chinese food outlet, in Qatar in November; plans to expand that brand in the Middle East this year.

7. Enrique Razon Jr.

2009 Rank: #8 (+1)
Networth: $975 million
Age: 50
Marital Status: Married, 2 children

Port operator recently sold his stake in power unit National Grid to Henry Sy Jr. Profits from sale boosted his fortune. Shares in his International Container Terminal Services, which he runs, have nearly doubled since last year on uptick in global trade. Avid golfer.

8. Beatrice Campos

2009 Rank: #13 (+5)
Networth: $840 million
Age: NA
Marital Status: Widowed, 5 children

Late husband Jose Campos cofounded drug firm Unilab, which accounts for biggest portion of family’s wealth. Also has controlling stake in Singapore-listed Del Monte Pacific, run by son Joselito, who recently invested in San Miguel Corp. with Roberto Ongpin (No. 21) and Inigo Zobel (No. 11).

9. George Ty

2009 Rank: #10 (+1)
Networth: $805 million
Age: 77
Marital Status: Married, 5 children

Founded Metrobank, country’s second-largest lender, in his 20s. Profits at the bank, which son Arthur now chairs, were up nearly a third in first quarter. Holds almost 40% of the bank with his children. Metrobank Foundation, which he created nearly 30 years ago, supports health care, art and education projects.

10. Eduardo Cojuangco Jr.

2009 Rank: #7 (-3)
Networth: $760 million
Age: 75
Marital Status: Married, 4 children

Recently sold an option to buy out his stake in San Miguel Corp., one of Asia’s largest food and beverage companies, to Top Frontier, an investor group led by Roberto Ongpin (No. 21). Surprise move sparked rumors of his ill health, but he remains chief executive.

Top 20 Family Names in the Philippines(The Twenty Most Common Filipino Surnames)


1. Santos 
That’s the last name of Filipina actress Vilma Santos, Filipino-American writer Bienvenido Santos, the young superstar Judy Ann Santos, the WWII hero Alejo Santos, and singer Erik Santos.  The name is the Spanish word for ‘saints.’

2. Reyes                

3. Cruz

4. Bautista

5. Ocampo

6. García

7. Mendoza

8. Torres

9. Tomás

10. Andrada

11. Castillo

12. Flores

13.  Villanueva           

14. Ramos

15. Castro

16. Rivera

17. Aquino

18. Navarro

19. Salazar

20. Mercado 

SAW THIS ONE IN FACEBOOK! LET’S HELP LOLA FIND HER HUSBAND!

(Reddie Js)
I saw this old woman sitting by herself yesterday at the corner of buendia and roxas blvd yesterday. Surprised to see a bond paper pinned in front and back of her dress with a picture of a missing old man, i asked her about it and she said it is her husband who has been missing for two weeks now. I was touched by her integrity and pained to see her looking for him in that manner so i decided to help her too. I asked permission to post her picture here in fb to be shared by others as help for finding Mr. Luis Matias.

Lolo Matias is 78 years old, he displays childish behaviour so do coax him if found and restrain him from leaving ur sight.
Call any of these numbers immediately 09497763122/ 09326095491 / 09474196145, he lives in #164 Dolores St. Pasay City Brgy 66 Zone 08

Do share this around please at sana mahanap agad si Lolo Luis Matias!

To all commuters in Manila! PLEASE READ and PLEASE BE CAREFUL WHENEVER COMMUTING!

Hindi ako makapaniwalang may mga tao talagang handang pumatay para lang makuha yung mga materyal na bagay na gusto nila o siguro dala na ng desperasyon kung paano makakatawid ng gutom.

Kwinento sakin ‘to nung kaibigan ko kanina:

Papunta sila ng kaibigan niya sa CEU kahapon para sunduin yung isa pa nilang kaibigan. Sumakay sila ng jeep sa may bandang Ortigas. Pagsakay nila, konti lang yung mga pasaherong nakasakay. Mag-jowang magkayakap, isang matandang babae, sila, tapos yung driver. Sa may bandang likod sila nakaupo. Yung mag-jowa yung nasa may bandang unahan ng jeep. Nakasandal si ate kay kuya na parang natutulog tapos si kuya nakayakap kay ate. Yung matandang babae naman nasa may bandang gitna. Inaabot na nung kaibigan ko yung bayad niya dun sa lalaki pero hindi siya pinapansin kaya yung matandang babae na lang yung nagabot ng bayad. Yung matandang babae din yung nagabot ng sukli sa kanila. Napansin na din nila nung mga oras na yun na ang sama ng tingin ng driver sa kanila. So medyo nagtataka na din sila. Mayamaya, biglang sinabi sa kanila nung matandang babae na bumaba na sila. So lalo silang naguluhan kung saan mas matatakot. Sa manong driver na masama yung tingin o sa aleng bigla na lang nagyayayang bumaba ng jeep. Hindi na din sila nagisip tapos bumaba na sila ng jeep. Pagkababa nila ng jeep, sinabi sa kanila nung matandang babae kung bakit. Buti na lang daw hindi sila nagtanong kung bakit. Sabi nung matandang babae patay na daw yung babaeng nasa jeep. Hindi daw mag-jowa yung dalawa. Kaya nakasandal si ate kay kuya tsaka nakayakap si kuya kay ate kasi may nakasaksak kay ate na ice pick. Kaya hindi din inaabot ni kuya yung bayad. Napansin din daw ni ale na medyo nangingitim na yung bandang leeg ni ate. Kaya din daw siguro masama yung tingin ni manong driver sa kanila kasi baka binabalaan na din silang bumaba.

Nakakatakot lang kung iisipin mong isa ka sa mga nakasakay sa jeep na yun. Sobrang nakakatakot. Sa panahon ngayon, hindi ka na talaga makakasigurado kung sino yung mapagkakatiwalaan mo tsaka kung hanggang kelan na lang yung buhay mo. Nakakatakot na, lalo na kapag gabi.

Kaya paalala lang sa mga madalas bumyahe sa gabi, mag-ingat. Hangga’t maaari, maghanap ng kasama. Tsaka wag kalimutang magdasal. Hindi mo man akalain pero malaki ang impact niyan.

Ingat!

-A student from AB Pol Sci. (UST)


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**got this from a friend on FB. Just had to share cuz it really scared me.

Pick up Line #5

What do “I LOVE YOU” stands for?
I-big kong malaman mo …
L-abis kitang minamahal …
O-vernight din kitang iniisip …
V-ery Special ka sa buhay ko …
…E-everything i can do for you …
Y-an ang tandaan mo
O-ras na lokohin mo ko …
U-ubusin ko lahi mo !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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