Unli rice and how a Filipino work lunch differs from an American one.
A few weeks ago, Binibining Pilipinas took place in the Philippines. It’s the Super Bowl of the nation. The winner crowned in Binibining Pilipinas goes
When I visited the Philippines I expected to see a lot of Filipinos. Hey, it’s their land. They deserve to populate and prosper on it.
Words like “dumb,” “comb,” and “tomb” all carry a silent “B” at the end of it. That’s the case when you ask me. Ask my
Manny Pacquaio is easily the most recognizable Filipino in the world. His tight leathery face and high school freshman height have not stopped him from
The people of the Philippines aren’t sure what they should do about the gay population. On one hand, they’re a very religious nation built primarily
We didn’t watch too much television during our “Great Alaskan Journey” as Tim Magazine is calling it. Tim Magazine, by the way, is the fictional
One fascinating observation I made in the Philippines is that there are guns all over the place. It’s not like a junk room in your
I force Jenny into doing a lot of things. One she is completely not used to at all is walking lots. We don’t have a
Growing up in the Northeastern part of the United States means I’ve been exposed to just about every race imaginable. You name it, I’ve hated
American readers: imagine lizards constantly crawling on your walls. It’s terrifying isn’t it? Life can’t possibly be worth living no matter how big your penis
Here’s something I’d never know without marrying a Filipino: Disney princesses Jasmine and Mulan are both Filipino. Well, the woman who does their singing is,
Karaoke, which in the Philippines is often called videoke, is a National past time for Filipinos. While Americans are eating apple pies and watching baseball
In the Philippines they have these things called sari-saris. They’re stores typically attached to homes where you can buy just about any essential product needed.
The most annoying, reviled, and disgusting flap of skin on earth is probably Ann Coulter. After her, it’s foreskin. I’m not old enough to remember
Louder than a flock of teenage girls and more intrusive than an Amber Alert; sometimes our phones buzz like crazy and we receive warning of
One constant reminder regarding the difference between the Philippines and US is how people treat the empty seat next to them. Specifically, the way we
I grew up thinking cold showers were for torturing criminals and testing the limits of our nipple length. Jenny, as a Filipino native, thought differently.
One of Jenny’s first projects when she moved in with me was to get rid of my big bucket of coins. Something about collecting loose
The other day Jenny and I were trying to find the least populated place on the planet. You know; so we could figure out where
Filipinos have many of the same flavors as we do in the US. Chocolate is common in the Philippines as are many other classics. I’m
I’m going to write a little about moles here. Not the scary kind that works at the bank. I mean the scary kind that grows
Public transportation has a bad reputation in the United States. Those who often use it are at the lowest levels of society. They are the
For the most part Jenny and I knew everything there was to know about each other. We’re pretty open about our insecurities, loves, and when