The Stupidity of some Filipino Pacquiao Fanatics: The real culprit behind Carolla's comments

Looking back at the Adam Carolla issue, I realized that the reason he said “Filipinos, get your ___ together!” was that some Filipinos wrote online messages or said something somewhere insulting Mayweather. All Mayweather did was ask for a blood test on Pacquiao as a condition to agree to fight. When Pacquiao refused, Mayweather withdrew. Recently, news went around that some people once close to Pacquiao said that he was taking shabu before he became famous. Mayweather probably got wind of this, and decided to test it to be sure. What’s wrong with confirming a suspicion? And also, Pacquiao should have agreed to a blood test. He was acting like a sissy by saying he’ll go weak by giving blood. He could have dispelled suspicions.

OK, we never got wind of any insults to Pacquiao from the Mayweather camp or from Mayweather fans. But even if there were, they never reached the attention of Filipinos, not a single thing on national TV. In other words, American fans didn’t raise hell. But once the reaction to Adam Carolla’s own “insults” came out, Filipinos raised hell. But in tracing the cause, one can end up with Filipino Pacquiao fans who insulted Mayweather and Americans.

In other words, Filipinos started it.

Wait. Not Filipinos… some Filipinos only. Some, not all. Namely, idiotic Filipino Pacquiao fans. Only the idiotic ones. Not all. I’m sure there are Filipino Pacquiao fans with a more reasonable view of the Mayweather affair. Maybe here was Adam’s mistake; only a few Filipinos acted, and he reacted to Filipinos in general. But he was close. Pacquiao fans, at least some of them, were really acting sub-humanly, and they dragged their country down with them.

The story is, Carolla had a caller, and it was not Carolla himself who raised the issue. The caller was irate because he heard Filipinos use racist comments and other insults against Mayweather. It was even possible that these Filipinos were insulting black boxers, black people and Americans in general. Carolla responded accordingly with his radio show. Those Filipino fans shouldn’t deny that they started it; it’s obvious! Carolla and the caller were only reacting!

I myself would consider Pacquiao admirable because he won bout after bout in his career. Sure, he has his slips ups, like running in the elections… and refusing the blood test maybe. But the problem is his fans. These fans who mouthed out the insults that Carolla reacted to… they acted like the most sub-human creatures that are more disgusting than cockroaches and of so inferior intelligence that even the lowest animal is millions of times more intelligent.

National pride was insulted daw. But what happened here was not national pride; it was national arrogance! Filipinos insulted someone in the most reprehensible ways for his merely refusing to fight their champion. And they got the reaction they deserved.

The Adam Carolla issue again showed the problems of our damaged culture. The problem is that Filipinos prefer to front other Filipinos who are more successful, like Pacquiao, and ride on the fame of this person in order to boast to other nationalities. In the end, they demonstrate the “ride on” habit of Filipino culture. Their insecurity is so great, and yet they refuse to get their own act together, so they rely on others to improve their image for them. Some Filipinos like to ride on some else’s salary so they can be free to get drunk at the sari-sari store each night; others like to ride on someone else’s fame to try and make themselves famous! Such pathetic solutions to insecurity and inferiority complex.

A summary of the event: Filipinos… oops, I mean some idiotic Filipinos who are Pacquiao fans… insult someone who refused to fight their “national hero,” which shouldn’t be a big issue. A commenter reacted to them, saying that they should get their act together (along with some other jokes that obviously were negligible). Then these Filipino fans react back, saying that their nation was insulted by this commenter, and they want to hang this commenter’s head, even if the issue was in fact their fault!

Filipinos like to raise hell for the smallest things other nationalities raise about us. Chip Tsao called us a nation of servants – which we are! The Greek Dictionary defined a Filipino as a “domestic helper” – which most OFWs tended to be then! The Filipinos chocolate bar was even hounded by some of our people for purportedly being an insult or a ” copyright infringement” of sorts. Well we have local brands using “American,” “Liberty” and names like that, and America does not complain! And like in Adam Carolla’s case, even when they’re the ones at fault, they pass the blame to the actual offended party! They will rape a girl and will even say that it’s the girl’s fault she got raped!

In the end, our nation has once again carved a notch in the hall of shame, with Filipinos raising hell over a criticism of them which is actually a result of their own actions! But this is not all Filipinos who made this shame. It was only a certain few: some Pinoy Pacquiao fans who are stupid and idiotic. The idiocy of a few helped bring down their entire country. On the account of the mistake of some, many have to suffer.

So whose fault is it? The stupid, idiotic ones among the Filipino Pacquiao fans.

I think these particular idiotic Filipino Pacquiao fans should be fried in their own lard.

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40 Responses to The Stupidity of some Filipino Pacquiao Fanatics: The real culprit behind Carolla's comments

  1. benign0 says:

    The story is, Carolla had a caller, and it was not Carolla himself who raised the issue. The caller was irate because he heard Filipinos use racist comments and other insults against Mayweather. It was even possible that these Filipinos were insulting black boxers, black people and Americans in general. Carolla responded accordingly with his radio show. Those Filipino fans shouldn’t deny that they started it; it’s obvious! Carolla and the caller were only reacting!

    The above is a real eye-opener. I wonder why the above information is not being highlighted in all the news and factoids being traded around all over the Net?

  2. kyle says:

    I’m a filipino, and I certainly agree with the views of this post. I’m a filipino, and live in the Philippines. There are just people that easily get carried away by their arrogance and other people’s success, we tend to forget ourselves to be humble until something self pitying happens to us and then goes the realization.

    quote: …ride on the fame of this person in order to boast to other nationalities. In the end, they demonstrate the “ride on” habit of Filipino culture…

    So agree. It is really influential in our culture. I admit that I always get embarrassed by my people with this fact. We get overwhelmed and go over “we’re very happy for you” type of emotion. 🙂

    K

  3. ilda says:

    Wow! Now I know how it all started. Gees, I’ve never even heard of Adam Carolla before all this. So, mga Pinoy din pala ang nag-umpisa!

    I heard that some Filipinos who posted rude comments on Adam’s page didn’t even know why they were doing it. Somebody just told them that he said racist comments about the Phils. How typical of them to overeact.

    The beauty of this is that I’ve already written something about Filipinos and their egos. These words should comfort those who are lost at the moment :):

    The Filipino mind is Philippine society’s greatest enemy. If you read Philippine publications, watch local talk shows on TV or even just peruse other popular collective Filipino blogsites, you can pretty much tell what the national preoccupation is about. The national preoccupation is centered on the Filipino ego. To be specific, it’s all about who has offended who and who needs to apologise to whom. This preoccupation pretty much prevents our country from moving forward.

    There seems to be something wrong with a psyche that makes us so vulnerable to getting upset or offended so easily. Filipinos get offended so easily from a perceived indiscretion and are often unable to move on to something bigger or higher than such trivial pursuits. We tend to be consumed with words that should mean nothing to us if they were untrue. “

    🙂

    • ChinoF says:

      The Filipino mind is Philippine society’s greatest enemy.

      Wha… there is such a thing as a Fiiipino mind?

      Oh yeah… we have it! They don’t! 😛

  4. Peace says:

    “But once the reaction to Adam Carolla’s own “insults” came out, Filipinos raised hell. ” — I think this is exaggeration. Filipinos raised hell? C’mon bro.. you have to admit that you are over-reacting here.. stay off the emo gothic hollywood movies. 🙂

    “Maybe here was Adam’s mistake; only a few Filipinos acted, and he reacted to Filipinos in general. ” — You are right about this though.

    I think one thing you should realize is that while some Pacquiao fans are being idiotic.. with this article, it makes you not any different from them. A reaction to an over-reaction by those you call idiots.

    What you just proved is that we are all idiots.. since I am a Filipino and i also reacted. But at least I know which side I am on, right? 🙂

    And lastly, do not lambast those racist Filipino idiots. Maybe they were also only reacting to another racist idiot in the first place.

    • waitwat says:

      Defending stupid behavior? If the FB comments weren’t raising hell, then I think there is something wrong with how you see people’s behaviors. Cussing, swearing, and threatening to kill on sight? Who do you think is more emo?

      And do -not- condone stupid, and idiotic behavior because you will make our own people look like imbeciles and sink it further into humiliation it already is “enjoying”…

      BTW, raising the ‘racist’ flag is racism in itself. You don’t call someone racist when you yourself don’t divide humanity into races. Think about it…

    • Jay says:

      You don’t fight racism with racism. I’ve done that before and I played the bigot in one part of my life.

      Besides if you think Pinoys are not guilty of being racist themselves to each other, then you better consider since that kind of mindset is what probably helped lead them to overreacting to nonexistent racist remarks to begin with.

  5. nyek!(ar_chris) says:

    in metaphor

    Philippines is like a young student, criticize it in public and it will act in most awkward manner.
    it will react based on its emotion (aggressive, naive and tend to protect its ego)

    whilst criticize an old wise man, it will get to its emotion, but rather resort to a more mature and intelligent
    manner. having lots of experience and highly secured ego.

    • nyek!(ar_chris) says:

      and oh! did i mention Philippines has no ego to start with,
      and so they made one. by being the most “matapang” race on the face of planet.
      because the reigning 7 weight class champ in boxing is pinoy.
      anyone comes their way should be annihilated with ” I AM PROUD TO BE PINOY!, GET THE HELL OUT OF MY WAY!!!?”

      i love my manila, i hate the people in it

  6. ChinoF says:

    The funny thing in Adam Carolla’s fanbook page is how the idiots are connecting Carolla to Toyota’s recall.

    What the… anong kinalaman nun? Dahil magkatunog Carolla and Corolla?

    Ang galing magpataas ng ihi ng mga ito. Bwahahahaha!

  7. Peace says:

    No I am not defending stupid behavior. I am only saying that we are all idiots here, including you..So don’t act like your better that the Filipinos you call idiots, ok? And oh yeah, a lengthy article for something so trivial? Wow.. 🙂

    • ChinoF says:

      Yeah… a lengthy string of insulting comments by Filipinos on Facebook for something so trivial… wow…

    • waitwat says:

      The dumbasses sure make it lengthier though…

      It’s for him to prove a point. Unless you can’t stand the truth.

      To get out of the shit we all are in, some people from the shit will have to come out and shout at the sleeping, shit laden, people left in the shit. You don’t tickle them with child-like goading, you pour cold water on them to wake them up. You slap them to get them out of their trance. The more you spoil, the more you sink. And then we will all be in shit all over again.

      Stop sleeping and look at the shit.

    • Anonylol says:

      I like to think we’re somewhat better since we didn’t fling ballistic shit like they did on Facebook.

    • brianitus says:

      Idiot – a person of the lowest order in a former classification of mental retardation, having a mental age of less than three years old and an intelligence quotient under 25.

      Oi, dahan dahan ka ng pananalita. Baka maraming magreact nyan. You might end up as the next Adam Carolla. LOL.

    • Jay says:

      calling on someone’s bullshit is ok. Completely in believing in someone’s bullshit is downright ignorant.

      Every logical thinking pinoy doesn’t care much about the words that came out of his mouth because its TRUE. Yes he has some bullshit added in there but thats beside his point then.

      The real idiots decided every part of what he said is completely offensive and thus should go ballistic on every media avenue warranting a response regarding this.

      And once again, the logical pinoy is calling out the bullshit of the idiotic behavior of their race. Nothing to it. If anything, the pinoys lose completely because the village idiots has to deal with the shame for believing fictional crap while the other deals with the shame of the idiotic display of behavior of their brethren to the world. And Adam Carolla just smirks showing that celebs and other people can continue to troll witless pinoys with impunity.

  8. Peace says:

    *typo –>So don’t act like you’re better than…

  9. guilbautedsookie says:

    I think I commented in one blog post how Pacquiao fans were the ones who instigated a shouting fight against the Puerto Ricans who were in support of Cotto, and how the news made it seem the Cotto fans were the rude ones.

    Now the Puerto Ricans are also angry at us

  10. Peace says:

    I get that this website is trying to effect change in our country. The problem is panay name-calling and blaming lng ang ginagawa. Props to you people if you are trying to make our country better. But frankly, if you have not helped a single Filipino get TRUE education or feed the hungry, and puro sulat lng nang rants, blames and degrading terms like “idiots” then I am sorry but you are no different from what you hate. You can either actually act on it.. or keep ranting and writing. PEACE 🙂

    • waitwat says:

      Actually it is acting on it. Just another type of acting on it. Doing something doesn’t always mean you have to dive into the fray and do whatever. The pen is sometimes stronger than the sword.

      Anyways, from what I read, some of the bloggers here are also in community work or something. Don’t assume that they are lazy good-for-nothings that only bash a whole nation for fun.

      Why can’t you just understand the message first? Can we really have peace when we can’t take little jabs from other nations, and going batshit crazy?

      Before the solution there is: Problem Definition. You can’t solve it when you can’t handle taking it upon yourself, the problem. And -most- Filipinos are really defensive when it comes to defining what is the problem with themselves.

      Most commenters here go, “What did you ever do? You just rant and don’t solve problems!”. Can’t we go about doing something ourselves when we finally accept our faults? They already helped you realize. It’s your job to improve yourself. They’re not your babysitters. They’re your drill sergeants, your coaches. And it looks like you need a good slapping of the truth to realize that.

      Your “peace” is a false as your smile. They really go together with your false name.

    • Jay says:

      But frankly, if you have not helped a single Filipino get TRUE education

      What do you think they talk about here? Its talking about the plight of the pinoy society! The kind of things that has been ingrained in pinoy culture/society for the longest time that adds to negativity of the people! Its promoting critical thinking and looking at those problems in a different light. Things you can apply on a daily basis!

      or feed the hungry

      Figuratively, pinoys should also be hungry for knowledge and information. A nation of full bellies aren’t going anywhere without something useful to fill their minds. The poverty problem isn’t the government alone. There has long been a ‘culture of poverty’ in this country for the poor people that continues to screw themselves further and further and play scapegoat to people who don’t fully deserve the blame.

      then I am sorry but you are no different from what you hate.

      No these people are pretty direct and specific about what they hate. Just people like you don’t know what you are talking about and can’t see the big picture. And instead rely on others to tell you whats right since your complacency prevents you from taking the matters of finding the real truth in your own hands. Ever since you were born its been taught to you by your parents and society. You’re just exercising what has been taught to you to not be confrontational.

      • Matt says:

        U need to have a keen mind not a loud mouth…and you need a human brain..education for donkey are useless..throw them couple of beers with peanuts..they will be more then happy..they might event give you a show on how stupid they are

  11. Peace says:

    “Anyways, from what I read, some of the bloggers here are also in community work or something. Don’t assume that they are lazy good-for-nothings that only bash a whole nation for fun.” — Yes and I am one of those bloggers you just mentioned — unlike you, who obviously chooses to rant 😀

    “Most commenters here go, “What did you ever do? You just rant and don’t solve problems!”. ” — There’s a reason why people like me leave the same comments.

    “Your “peace” is a false as your smile. They really go together with your false name.” — This is your opinion. Just like the “idiots” you mentioned have theirs 😀

    In the end, you are just all rant.. no different from the ones you rant about.

    And oh yeah, 😀

    • waitwat says:

      LOL. I stated my take on what they are writing about. If you call that ranting, then that is you opinion. I’m not like them (or you perhaps?), that I can change opinions. Not really a writer. And I do not believe your opinion.

      FYI, I did not call them “idiots”. You called them, or rather all of us, that. I called the dumbasses over at FB dumbasses.

      Please understand more.

      An “equal-sign” “capital letter ‘d'” to you too, sir.

  12. your mama says:

    Sieg Heil !

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  13. ChinoF says:

    Hmm, what if it weren’t Pacquiao fans, but trolls that Adam Carolla and that caller saw?

    Then the Carolla affair is actually a result of trolling!

    Pukin’ trolls….

  14. grace says:

    if u are so ashamed of ur culture then go ahead and leave!! bakit anong akala mo? tayo ang may pinaka corrupt na gobyerno sa buong mundo? magtravel ka muna tsong, marami diyan ang mas buwaya pa kaysa sa atin, ayoko na magbanggit dahil baka sabhin niyo na naman racist remarks kaya tayo nagagantihan, chino kung makapagsalita ka akala mo ang bansang pilipinas na ang pinakamabahong bansa sa buong mundo, i think that pacquiao did good in making our country known and respected now, tapos gagaguhin ng isang radio personality ay ipagtatanggol niyo naman at pilit hinanapan ng dahilan na kaya nakapagsalita ng ganun sa bansa niyo ay dahil nga sa kapwa niyo rin pilipino? si adam walang alam yang iba sa pilipinas, ang alam lang niya taga rito si pacquiao, and he is jealous of the fact that pacquiao is known and respected all over the world, na si pacman ay number one pound for pound at naungusan na ang lahat sa bansa nila, si mayweather ba kanyo and idol niyo? go ahead … u think he cares?? baka sapakin pa kayo niyan pag nagpapicture pa kayo diyan eh…. the only bad thing about our country is our government .. nothing more, wag mo ng ipilit that our culture sucks… if u want change, this is not the way to do it..

    • ChinoF says:

      Nakatravel na ko a. Nakapunta na kong Singapore. Ang ayos-ayos doon kumpara dito. Kung mas maraming buwaya sa ibang bansa, eh bakit maunlad sila at tayo hindi? Aba, pinapaalis mo na ko. 😀

      Pacquiao did good as a boxer, yes. In making our country known… wait, unknown pala ang country natin before Pacquiao came out. Kala ko si Pres. Marcos is the one making our country known. haha. Anyway, Pacquiao did good, but his fans did bad. Di kasalanan ni Pacquiao, it’s the fans who act like wild animals. Mayweather, alam ko ugali nun, pero even he does not deserve wild animal commenters from our country insulting him. Eh di ang napatunayan, katulad tayo ni Mayweather.

      So ‘wag ipilit that our culture sucks… thing is, pag nakita mo ‘day, pangit talaga eh. So ano, i-deny nalang? And if this is not the way to change what is? Leave the country? Open naman ako sa suggestion mo. 😉

      • grace says:

        chino, mas ok ang sagot mo sa akin ngayon mas malambot kaya mas masarap sagutin, anyway ihambing daw ba sa singapore lang? or u think im one of our dh’s (no offense meant to them) kaya tinawag mo akong day?? hehe, anyway, oo naman maaring mas maunlad sila, in fact mas maunlad din ang malaysia at hongkong,atbp, tunay na kainggit inggit ang maayos nilang kapaligiran, na hindi nakakatakot maglakad lakad sa mga bansang iyan, pero paano naman ang india, vietnam,papua, africa, mexico,south america? atbp akala mo ba sobrang safe sa mga lugar na yan at walang mga buwaya diyan, grabe din makapangbuwaya ang mga nasa customs sa mga bansang yan… ang sinasabi ko lang, its not that bad when ur fellow filipino acts exaggerated whenever their idol wins,alam mo ugali ni mayweather? so mas kaya mong marinig na he shows no respect for manny kesa marinig ang mga kapwa mo pilipinong nagche cheer at nagsasabing filipino rules?? hmmm chino, i just got a little carried away thats why i started wrong in my initial comment and i apologize.. ur a fellow flip so i encourage u to stay and theres still hope for our country.. tingnan na lang natin sa election na ito.. teka sino ba ang iboboto mo?? just a lil curious..

      • ChinoF says:

        I accept the apology… my apologies too if I didn’t get my point across that well… I used ‘day kasi parang generic term sa kin to use for Filipinas, hehe… On other countries na buwaya, that is true, kaya 3rd world or developing countries ang tawag sa mga yan… sadly kasama Pilipinas diyan. Problem is when some Filipinos ay nagpapataas ng ihi sa mga other developed countries, kaya di magandang tingnan. Either Perlas or Gordon ako… pero the final choice will be on the “secret” ballot. 😀

    • spatz says:

      Know what, isa ito sa pinakaayoko sa mga ugali ng mga Pilipino. Pag pinuna mo at sinabihang napakacorrupt ng government ng Pilipinas, marumi and Pinas, unruly ang mga tao ang palagi kong naririnig na defense ay “Bakit, tayo lang ba ang bansang marumi? tingnan mo ang (insert country here), mas corrupt naman. Di naman tayo ang pinaka corrupt na gobyerno sa mundo..etc.etc.”. Have we really set the bar that low? That instead of looking into the problem, we have to point out the countries that are worst than ours? It seems that for majority, it makes us a whole lotta better because other countries are more corrupt, chaotic than us. Although in a sense it does make us less worse (better doesn’t even fit here), it does not help solve the problems or address them even. Okay nalang ang ganitong way of life tutal mas may worse naman kaysa sa atin? Very backward talaga. We would never go anywhere with this mentality.

      Common misconception ng mga Pinoy is that because one is not from Pinas, spell foreigners, he/she doesn’t know anything about Filipinos or the Philippines. you’d be surprised how much foreigners actually know about the Philippines and it’s people- beyond the beautiful beaches and so-called hospitable people. Hell, even here in sleepy Orem a lot of my colleagues are concerned that a convicted plunderer in Pinas is still running for office, and the presidency at that!

      Our country was already known before Pacquaio, tho he also did lots to make us even more known but respected Pinas just becoz of Pacquiao? Nah. They respect Pacquiao, fo sho, but that doesn’t translate as respect for whole Pilipinas. Here’s where we differ with the progressive nations. they do not necessarily see an achievement of just one person as an achievement of the whole nation. It had always been what we can contribute as a people, as a nation. We just think we are respected because Pacquiao is one of sports greatest but they don’t see it as that. They see Pacquiao as an individual and his achievements as his own.

      Ika nga ng mga writers dito, Pinoys just love to bask in reflected glory. Wala kasing maipakita as a katilingban kaya nakikisawsaw nalang.

    • Jay says:

      the only bad thing about our country is our government

      Oh yes and the perfect citizens have been mistreated, abused and exploited for the longest time by horrible people in the government. Guess who votes these people in office? Oh don’t say you didn’t vote because you get just as much of the blame for doing so.

      if u want change, this is not the way to do it..

      Ikan nila, kung hindi kaya at di magagawa, bahala na.

      Ganun na katagal na palpak yung sistema na yan. Nung bata ka pa, tinuruan ka na ganyan ang buhay. Kaka imak no?

    • Matt says:

      FIlipinos..go get a job..you idiots should stop lazing around the beaches and with the bitches waiting for someone to do favours.They are always waiting for some TRUTH commented by others and then they will spend the whole year arguing about it. pacoui or what ever is a fool objecting on the blood test..he as a sports man should know that it s common to have the test..moron.
      Maybe he too should start hanging out at the beach with the rest of the donkeys waiting for Tsunami or something..leave the women out they are busy with other cock spanking events

  15. bambi says:

    As you said, you never got wind of any insult being uttered from the Manny camp, and all you said is a lot of maybe’s. Don’t fuel this issue with a lot of more speculations. If Manny refuses to abide by Mayweather’s demand, that’s his prerogative, not yours to question. He’s not violating any requirements of the international boxing council or assn (whatever is the correct term). Be careful of posting speculative statements, lest you do more damage.

    • ChinoF says:

      I hope I did state my speculations in a way that shows that they are speculations. Feel free to dismiss my speculations at will. Perhaps Pacquiao’s response to Carolla shows that he is not “on drugs” as these critics suspect, as it was a level-headed and appropriate response. But then again, in my follow up article, I showed the kind of responses Filipinos made to the Mayweather refusal. Yes, I agree it’s Manny’s prerogative to refuse… so is Mayweather’s… but the fans abused their prerogative to respond. Such ugly insults were thrown, even before Carolla made his infamous tirade. So Manny’s still shining bright in my view. The fans are the ones who really messed it up.

    • Jay says:

      The speculation is okay on the grounds of business since the only people who can make the event happen are pacquiao and mayweather. If mayweather raises a point (a legit one at that) regarding Pacquiao’s performance with a possible aid of a drug, then that is Pac-man’s decision to clear his name up.

      The Filipino people are okay to react with opinions if they say he’s afraid or debate about the necessity of the blood test, which clearly has two sides to it. But more than likely I think one of the sides are going to have to compromise to make the fight happen and that is the bottom line.

      It is NOT okay to react with names such as ‘Gayweather’, ‘KFC’, ‘Nigger’ etc. that Pac-man’s fans perpetuate to the opposing fans, even if they DO justify that it is out of pride for their National boxing hero. And this clearly was proven and not a speculation.

      Besides REAL boxing fans only care about the bottom line.

  16. Claire says:

    It’s funny to think that it needed a foreigner to reveal how some Filipinos truly are, when we ought to know ourselves better. I guess it’s a fact a lot of us are too insecure to admit.

    Their reactions in Carrolla’s Facebook page are just embarrassing. I think it’s very low for someone post things like that. Yung iba, mali-mali na nga grammar, wala pang substance. If the rest of the world sees those, man, what would they think?

  17. toddtcas says:

    I actually googled “filipino idiots” from which I found this site about the Adam Corolla – Manny Pacquiao-Filipino insult page:

    http://www.examiner.com/celebrity-obsession-in-national/adam-corolla-vulgar-rant-against-filipinos-manny-pacquiao#comment-13222946

    To which I replied to with my name being “IMAFilipino”. Why do I bother? because I’m worried other races might officially stereotype us as a blind patriotic morons. At least I gave the readers a very vague insight from a real filipino and not just some flow rider.

    PS. This is my first time on this site, I’m glad to see not all filipinos are as how I know them.

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