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  • KurakotNaPinoy

    Filipinos are stupid and have a short-term memory…

    Di pa natuto nung tinamaan ng Ondoy at Habagat.

    Ipagpatuloy nyo lang yang mga ginagawa nyong kalokohan ha…

    • BahoPuwet

      i can’t believe ur calling urself stupid.

  • http://alasfilipinas.blogspot.com/ Pepe Alas

    The last photo beats the rest.

  • William Dave

    oh man! it looks pretty bad.



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