I originally came here to meet my girlfriend but as time passes, I find myself more attracted to these manlet, brown assed flip boys. Can I still turn around from this? I'm starting to not feel any shame when I'm staring at these skinny, muscular dark brown boys in the streets.
>tfw /asean/ is part of the commonwealth
Apart from you Philipenis
tea is better than coffee but coffee makes better froofy drinks and i like those
>not drinking cà phê sũa đá, the mint julep of caffeinated beverages
I had a Cambodian girlfriend a few years ago. She was adopted to western parents here because of conflicts apparently. What was happening during the 90s in Cambodia? Did her white parents steal her 0_0?
darjeeling tea of course
Im scared... my little sister gave her old phone to my mum but my didnt want it so after a while gave it to me and she deleted most of her personal files but She isnt so bright and left a ton of her pics in her whatsapp folder of her doing her normalfag shir and theres like screencaps of messages in there that im scared to read because it could be sexual in nature and i wouldnt be able to look at her the same again. Thank when i skimmed over pics there werent any nudes or sex pics but i havent gone through the phone properly yet... pix related
Yeah no, we actually look a lot like each other and people usually know we,re closely related
Tfw thought these were hickeys and panicked but realized its just that thing you use a coin or soup spoon to rub on the skin of sick people using that stinky green eagle liquid or tiger balm
Man, that's nothing compared to helping my mother clean up my sister's room, and then find a dried cum-filled condom in her paperbin
Soya Milk tastes good but I'm contented with C.
how does it feel that your little innocent imouto got her pussy pounded hard and now she's a slut? :^)
by exposing my weaknesses
Why did Japan ban it? Those kind of clothes are still being used in some private schools here though.
ikaw = (You)
kita = we
ka = modal question identifier (You)
mo = modal question identifier (we)
I see these words more in Bisayan language than the official one.
>Those kind of clothes are still being used in some private schools here though.
>ikaw = (You)
>kita = we
I rarely see them used. I can only recall "kita" being used in "Mahal kita"
I see mo and ka used almost exclusively
You sure this isn't just how it is in Visayan, and differs in Tagalog?
>modal question identifier
This mean they are just used for questions?
I might have noticed this with "ka", but I see mo being used for statements aswell, like "pogi mo".
Also, you state "mo" is "we", but I see it's used for "you" mostly. Same applies to "kita" in "Mahal kita"
Yes, the explanation was the one used in Bisaya, not Tagalog. I take back my answer.
Who's the guy at the bottom, /asean/?
Whenever I manage to master Tagalog well enough, I will refrain from using English words as often as possible to keep it as pure as possible, and show my intellect
Do you have examples? I can't think of any.
Like norkek said I can only think of 2.5 ways that it's used
>Adjectives modify nouns by the linker na.
>Ang mabilís na kabayo
>"The fast horse."
>na: now, already
>Dumatíng na raw palá ang lola mo.
>"Oh yeah, your grandmother supposedly arrived."
>Palitán mo na rin.
>"You change it too."
It's the only way I've seen it used here in imperial manila, but apparently it's also an inclusive dual elsewhere
The first Youtuber that I watch and loved for 7 years just retired because of health issues... his gaemplays got me through my shut in and friendless years, through my depression and failures... damn this sucks... I hope the best for him.
1. The boy who won is happy
>Masaya ang lalaki (bata(ng), (na) nanalo)
>The male is happy (young, (who)won)
na ang ng are different ways to attach adjectives or adverbs to the noun they are modifying
>Masaya and nanalong bata na lalaki
Can work gramatically for example. Using the two together irks me right now but that might just be because I'm analyzing the sentence.
We need a person (who will help us buy a house
Kailangan namin ng tao (na tutulong sa aming bumili ng bahay
Anyone knows any Jewish hidden plot here in /asean/ region?
The manlet in blue suit is top honcho in Indonesia. He's a jew.
Ask a native guy from Sabah anything. I'm probably the only one here.
They like to pretend that they're native in Borneo
Actually we do consider them as natives. Because unlike in East Malaysia the chinese here integrated really well with the Kadazandusun society. There's even a new Sino-Kadazan race. Half chinese-half kadazan.
>2016 still no gf
>2016 still /haze/
>2016 still poor
>2016 still on 4chin
>2016 still no job
>lay food on table
>roach creeps up on plate
>roach goes nom nom nom
>it looks so pleased
>sees the shadow of my hand
>oh shit nigga run.gif
>has a look of delight as it munched off my midnight meal
She will be crowned like a princess during her wedding. Is that ok?
That's just incense, every Orthodox Church one enters will have that special sweet smell. In the pic here, a typical Orthodox wedding where the bride and groom are crowned
All Orthodox weddings will be the same as that. All couples married in the Orthodox Church gets crowned like that. It's where brides can feel like being crowned as queen.
>Indonesia prioritises relationship with Vietnam
>Vietnam seeks military alliance with Philippines
>Indonesia building amphibious vessel for Philippine navy to allow them to project naval power
there's only one meaning for this intense cooperation between ASEAN nations... we're getting ready for a WAAAAAAGH! :^)
>all things will have to end
Because the Bible sometimes contain phrases such as "Lord God".
Translate that as "Tuhan Tuhan" and it sounds kinda weird and well, saying it aurally would cause misunderstandings since it could imply "gods", contradicting the monotheism of Christianity.
Because /asean/ is the only place where I can openly say this sort of thing.
wait... you don't masturbate everyday?
It feels better when you abstain for a while
How many persona non grata have you declared?