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    On I see..I'm sorry, I thought you're a guy..lol

    Now I see your point...

    It's really nice to have you here in my post...I learned a lot from you..

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    It's just that I still feel it in my veins that, though physically we're no more under the power of Americans, we are still under their spell. One reason that Filipinos are so much into English is that people silently or sometimes unconsciously revere the Western culture. Thus, we tend to copy everything we see and hear from people of the west and incorporate it into ourselves.

    This has it's good and bad sides. The good side is that we're heading towards competence and, like our jobs, we are given more opportunities to explore. The bad side, IMHO, is that we generally tag along the trend of the west and forgot about the original we.- Yes, I agree with you somehow...


    Same here...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayo View Post
    It's just that I still feel it in my veins that, though physically we're no more under the power of Americans, we are still under their spell. One reason that Filipinos are so much into English is that people silently or sometimes unconsciously revere the Western culture. Thus, we tend to copy everything we see and hear from people of the west and incorporate it into ourselves.

    This has it's good and bad sides. The good side is that we're heading towards competence and, like our jobs, we are given more opportunities to explore. The bad side, IMHO, is that we generally tag along the trend of the west and forgot about the original we.- Yes, I agree with you somehow...


    Same here...

    The "I thought you're a guy" post is not for me, is it? for I hands down am a guy. And our friend NearThere isn't. that I've learned a long time ago...

    How about you Ayo, are you a guy or a girl?

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    a girl..or I say..a woman..lol..coz, God I'm 21, so I think I'm already a woman, right? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayo View Post
    a girl..or I say..a woman..lol..coz, God I'm 21, so I think I'm already a woman, right? lol
    I'm betting Blouen's having a smile on his face. You're about his age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NearThere View Post
    I'm betting Blouen's having a smile on his face. You're about his age.

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