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Thursday

ARE YOU A FELEYPEYNO?

A forwarded email in my inbox....keep reading especially if your a Feleypeyno!! lol!!

ARE YOU A FELEYPEYNO?

YOU KNOW YOU'RE FILIPINO WHEN.....
Your middle name is your mother's maiden name.
Your parents call each other "Mommy" and "Daddy."
You have uncles and aunts named "Boy," "Girlie," or "Baby."
You have relatives whose nicknames consist of
repeated syllables like "Jun-Jun," "Ling-Ling,"
and "Mon-Mon."
You call the parents of your
friends and your own parents' friends "Tito"
and "Tita."

You have four or five names.
You greet your elders by touching their hands to your
forehead.
You always kiss your relatives on the
cheek whenever you enter or leave the room.
You follow your parents' house rules even if you are
over 18.
You live with your parents until and at
times even after you're married.
You decorate your dining room wall with a picture of the "Last
Supper."
You keep your furniture wrapped in
plastic or covered with blankets.
You have a Sto. Nino shrine in your living room. You have a piano
that no one plays.

You keep a tabo in your bathroom.
You use Vicks Vapor rub as an insect
repellant.
You eat with your hands.
You eat more than three times a day. You think a meal is not a
meal without rice.
You think sandwiches are snacks, not meals.
Your dining table has a merry-go-round (lazy Susan) in the middle.
You bring baon to work everyday.
Your pantry is never without Spam, Vienna sausage, corned beef, and
sardines.
You love to eat daing or tuyo.
You prop up one knee while eating.
You eat your meal with patis, toyo, suka, banana catsup, or bagoong.
Your tablecloths are stained with toyo circles.
You love sticky desserts and salty snacks.
You eat fried Spam and hot dogs with rice.
You eat mangoes with rice--with great GUSTO!
You love "dirty" ice cream.
You love to eat, yet often manage to stay slim.
You put hot dogs in your spaghetti.
Everything you eat is sauted in garlic,
onion, and tomatoes.
You order a "soft drink" instead of soda.
You hang a rosary on your car's rear view mirror.
You get together with family at a cemetery on All Saint's
Day to eat, drink, and tell
stories by your loved ones' graves.
You play cards or mahjong and drink beer at funeral wakes.
You think Christmas season begins in October and
ends in January.

Your second piece of luggage is a balikbayan box.
You've mastered the art of packing a suitcase to double capacity.
You collect items from airlines, hotels, and restaurants
as "souvenirs."
You feel obligated to give pasalubong to all your friends and
relatives each time you return from a trip.
You use paper foot outlines when buying shoes for
friends and relatives.
You're a fashion victim.

You can convey 30 messages with your facial expression.
You hold your palms together in front of you and
say "excuse, excuse" when you pass in between
people or in front of the TV.
You ask for the bill at a restaurant by making a rectangle in the air.
You cover your mouth when you laugh.
You respond to a "Hoy!" or a "Pssst!" in a crowd.
You'll answer "Malapit lang!"--no matter the distance--
when asked how far away a place is located.
Goldilocks is more than a fairy tale character to
you.

You refer to power interruptions as "brownouts."
You love to use the following
acronyms: CR for comfort room, DI for dance
instructor, DOM for dirty old man, TNT for tago
nang tago, KJ for kill joy, KSP for kulang sa pansin,
OA for over-acting, TL for true love, BF for
boyfriend and GF for girlfriend.
You say "rubber shoes" instead of sneakers, "ball pen" instead of
pen, "stockings" instead of pantyhose, "pampers"
instead of diapers, "ref! " or "prijider" instead of
refrigerator, "Colgate" instead of
toothpaste, "canteen" instead of cafeteria,
and "open" or "close" instead of turn on or turn off
(as in the lights).

You use an umbrella for shade on hot summer days.
You like everything imported or "state-side."
You love ballroom dancing,bowling, pusoy, mah jong, billiards, and
karaoke.
You have a relative who is a nurse.
When you're in a restaurant, you wipe your plate and utensils
before using them.
You can squeeze 15 passengers into your five seater car without a
second thought.
You wave a pom-pom on a stick around the food to keep the flies away.
You always ring a doorbell twice, assuming that the
first ring was not heard.
You let the phone ring twice before answering, lest you appear overly
eager.

You use a rock to scrub yourself in the
bath or shower.
You're proud to be Filipino - and
you pass these jokes on to all your Filipino friends!

OO Nga noh! FELEYPEYNO pala ako!

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