There are a few staple things that reign true to only those who grew up in a Filipino household, things that as you got older you may have noticed differed from a few of your classmates. While you may not have understood then, you now hold these, the things that make you uniquely Filipino, near and dear to your heart, marking them as a calling card shared with fellow Pinoy who can identify with similar experiences, and even share a laugh or two about it.
Here are a few things you and your whole family are sure to relate to, have a laugh and most definitely grab a bite! Which do you identity with in your household?
You never eat the last morsel of food on the table
You were raise believing that every Filipino was an aunt and uncle
You put hot dogs in your spaghetti
If you don’t live at home, when your parents call they ask if you’ve eaten
Trying to explain to people why Philippines starts with a “Ph” and Filipino starts with and “F”
Your parents try to get you to go on a date with a child of one of their friends
You have no idea how to make rice on a stove
You point with your lips
Manny Pacquiao, that is all
Seeing Joey Albert and Rex Navarette during the Pinoy Party Weekend
Round up the whole family and head to Veil Pavilion this Friday and Saturday to enjoy music of Joey Albert and special guest David Pomeranz and the comedy genius f Rex Naverette the following night. Are you ready for Pinoy Party Weekend?!