Category: language
Facebook Fiend

I realize that I have just become the very definition of an annoying blogger. Facebook friends, please forgive me for spamming your walls to ‘Like’ my page (YOU MAY DO SO HERE). To make amends, I shall offer today a quick instructional on how to reduce unwanted exposures from an annoying Facebook page that your

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It’s More F In the Philippines (Part 4: Odds and Ends)
A Vulgar Voyage About the Archipelago

Welcome to the new month, where we drag out old ideas from the last month until they’re no longer relevant. If there’s a dead horse, trust us to be there to beat it deader. Our equine carcass piñata of the moment, for our accidental visitors, is all about places in the Philippines with dirty (Tagalog)

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It’s More F In the Philippines (Part 3: Bump and Grind)
A Vulgar Voyage About the Archipelago

We’re not yet finished, unfortunately for you. In our previous installments, we fleshed out PG-13 entries and R-18 ones. I guess this one is going to have to be NC-17. The ratings system for this series, for those who do not know, has been enforced by snotty grade school students, who have been our very

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It’s More F In the Philippines (Part 2: Gross Anatomy)
A Vulgar Voyage About the Archipelago

Fresh from our previous entry, we delve into the naughtier bits of Philippine geography. Our team of scholars put in extra hours for this list by consulting with esteemed academia via a playground full of grade-schoolers. You wanted dirt? You got dirt! Also: water, rocks, gravel, sand, various minerals, aggregates, wood, man-made structures, plants, and other similarly

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It’s More F In the Philippines (Part 1: Nooks and Crannies)
A Vulgar Voyage About the Archipelago

Coming from the post office a couple of weeks ago, I noticed that the seller shipped my magazine from a place in England called Fingringhoe. Weirdly enough, I apparently referenced this place before on my old blog (here it is, ravaged by spambots). This got me thinking… surely, the Philippines would have its fair share

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