Lucy Liu and a fundamental law of social media motion

It looks like the balat-sibuyas Pinoys have found a reason to play the “victim” and “target of racist remarks” again. This time, the target of their ire is Lucy Liu. People will remember Ms. Liu from movies such Charlie’s Angels, Kill Bill, and Kung Fu Panda, just to name a few.

The quip that has got Pinoys indignant all over the place can be seen at the start of her interview with David Letterman found at this link

Letterman was basically asking her about her fitness regime. Here’s the part of the interview which I believe was easily taken out of context:

Letterman: When you run, do you run on a machine, or do you run outside?
Liu: I run on a machine. It’s easier for me. Also if I get really dark, I’ll start to look a little Filipino, it wouldn’t match. If I start getting darker, you know what I mean? I can get really dark if I’m in the sun too much.

To interpret her statement, all she said was that she could resemble a Filipino if her skin tone got darker. After all, by default, Chinese are fair-skinned. Hence, we get the questions that the emo balat-sibuyas Pinoys failed to ask themselves once again before reacting online: Where in what she said was it racist/insulting? Where exactly did she say that darker skin is inferior?

Nowhere.  The Filipinos just simply overreacted because of their hypersensitivity once again. Only Pinoys think dark skin means inferior; so predictable.

This isn’t the first time that Pinoys have reacted like this to what celebrities say. Teri Hatcher, Alec Baldwin, and Claire Danes all came before this, and Lucy Liu certainly won’t be the last one that they’ll overreact to.

The Pinoy reaction to statements such as this one, betray a rather ridiculous and condemnable character trait: they are riddled with tremendous insecurity, lack of comfort in one’s own skin (so to speak), and a massive inferiority complex.

The sad part is, Pinoys haven’t exactly been doing anything to overcome their insecurities, either. Ad campaigns like that of Bayo and Belo men did nothing but aggravate the problem and scream political incorrectness all over the place.

I’ve seen a few comments in discussion groups by level-headed people. They are puzzled, as I am, as to why Pinoys make such a big deal of what celebrities say about them. There are more important issues that warrant more attention, such as the mess that their social, political and economic landscapes are currently in. Of course I agree that there are more important things to be concerned about. However, the insecurity that Pinoys exhibited here, and which they will continue to exhibit in the future, is at the heart of the Pinoy condition. If only Pinoys weren’t more concerned with form than with substance, then we would not be so affected and put connotations of racism or supremacy where there are none.

Pinoys, are inherently racist too. They consider fair or white skin superior to brown skin. They routinely throw derogatory remarks at other people such as “chekwa”, “bumbay”, “kano”, and “egoy”, just to name a few. Once again, the emphasis is on form, over substance. Substance transcends skin color; Pinoys apparently, do not. This time, though, can we attribute this to their inherent insecurity as well? Perhaps, but there is more to Pinoy racism than meets the eye. That would be a subject for another write-up. One thing is for sure, though: Pinoy society does not allow the kayumanggi to be comfortable in their own skins.

It looks like Pinoys are proving the following statement true. I label it “A fundamental law of social media motion”.

In the end, Ms. Liu apologized. Why she should apologize for a misunderstanding that is the Pinoys’ own fault is something I will never understand.

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Bill Steffen
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Bwahahahahah and I am butthurt cause everybody calls me Joe

Eng?
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Yup, had also the same discussion with my thinking buds in the office here. There are more things to be concerned about than this insignificant and trivial quip by LL. We don’t see anything about the statement.

Fellow pinoys, let this slide and forget about it. Move on!

TaengGorbachev
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I trusted you, Lucy Liu!! Why ever apologize for doing what should have been done long ago?

Darktemplar
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I don’t see anything wrong with what she said. I find it ridiculous that people find time to prioritize this over other problems we have in our country. I also find it funny that most filipinos easily misunderstand the context of what other people is trying to say. Shouldn’t they be happy that Lucy accepts the fact that she looks like a filipinos if not her complexion.

Belle Luna
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Exactly, she’s actually saying that she looks like a Filipino if she gets a little darker, and that her Chinese heritage would start to “not match” with her appearance if that were to happen, which obviously would make life complicated for her. That’s all she meant.

Gogs
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@Darktemplar

You mean more outrage over this ( actress statement on the degree of a tan while on a comedy talk show) than a president :
1) paying the bail of someone charged of a crime
2) declaring that person’s innocence regardless of a pending investigation

Basta Pinoy Da Best!!!!

They sure have their priorities straight.

Anonymous
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always never feed all the trolls.

Noysucks
Guest

Like I’ve always wanted to ask Filipinos whenever such a “racist” remark was made: “Do Russians get offended whenever they’re called ‘communists’? How about Germans whenever they’re called ‘Nazis’?”

TaengGorbachev
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@Noysucks

In Germany, it is actually illegal to do Nazi stuff unless for educational purposes…

Dan Teo
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i dont care about germans or russians…

DaidoKatsumi
Guest

Um, excuse me. You’re not making sense. XD

Gogs
Member

Dan Teo, always expect to get out of something what you put into it unless you have an intense feeling of entitlement. If your logic is to not care about Germans and Russians then don’t be a cry baby if others don’t care about whatever nationality you are. Concept called empathy.

Dan Teo
Guest

i dont care about germans or russians…

Bill Steffen
Guest

Hahahahah thats about as biased as it gets right there. Here’s a news flash for you……. The Germans and Russians don’t care about you either, and as you know Letterman doesn’t either ….. It’s Lettermans job to get under peoples skins, especially when they are onion skinned.

LA702
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Connecting the dots require some intelligence. Clearly, David Letterman has got some serious issues with Filipinos. Whatever it is that makes him to deliberately use his guests to deliver those “Filipino punchlines” and pretend innocence to what his guest was talking about needs some clarification. I reviewed the conversation and did not find it necessary why the Filipino with the “olive skin” racial slur be injected in the conversation. Lucy Liu could have simply said, “I feel comfortable with my complexion…period. But she repeated her statement twice saying “you know what I mean” and ended with “it doesn’t fit me”… Read more »
Bill Steffen
Guest

Duh? Maybe nobody in America gives a rats ass if you get butthurt?

Daido Katsumi
Guest

Onion-skinned people are soooooooooo ANNOYING. 😀

Dan Teo
Guest

how ’bout you?

DaidoKatsumi
Guest

I have no problem about it. Heck, mediocre people getting mad at small deals like this.

Screw this ‘Pinoy Pride’ crap since it doesn’t really exist.

BenK
Editor

You know, if you don’t like it, you don’t have to pay any attention to Letterman. In an industry where the measure of success is exposure and ratings, all your complaining tends to be counter-productive to your point of view.

Ilda
Admin

@LA702

So Lucy Lui doesn’t like having darker skin. Why be offended? As if most Filipinos love their dark skin. Duh!

Why do you think skin whitening products sell like hotcakes in the Philippines?

LA702
Guest

@ Bill Steffen & Daido Katsumi

Looking at your language, I can see two clueless rejects any parent would want to discard. Society has no use for you guys. LOL !!!

Bill Steffen
Guest
So you agree with my post? Folks in my country are sick to death of people playing the race card. We have enough of it there and don’t need to hear it from Filipinos who think the whole world abuses them. Seems like Filipinos are more racist toward Filipinos than anyone else is. And BTW my post was meant to provoke you. It worked like I thought it would
Bill Steffen
Guest

One more thing LA702. Don’t spout off about racism. I am in Manila and if you want examples of how I am racially profiled and discriminated against on a daily basis I can unload on you crybaby. Man up , suck it up and get about your business

LA702
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@ Bill Steffen

Who cares about your country. Just like the Philippines, the Catholic church owns you. Do your homework my friend.

DaidoKatsumi
Guest

You should do your homework first because you’re doing the Chewbacca defense.

You’re going off-topic. 😛

DaidoKatsumi
Guest

And what’s so great about the Catholic church? I don’t get it.

Bill Steffen
Guest

Is this nuts name really Fishball?

Bill Steffen
Guest

I have no idea what the church has to do with my post.. You did not say anything coherent. Please respond to my post as I posted it if you can.

domo
Guest

Proof that you’re a religiot like a terrorist praising Allah every time they kill people innocent or not.

DaidoKatsumi
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And what do we expect from a society where mediocrity and stupidity rules on every Filipino? And please, stop this victim mentality card. At least in the US, they never play victims and they always care for their own people. I think you’re butthurt since the article was right after all. This ‘balat-sibuyas’ shtick which you’re bringing it up proves that we are living in a dysfunctional society. At least I’m open-minded and not some moron who have angry mob mindset. I tell you the truth: “If someone tries to educate Filipinos, they take it as an insult to their… Read more »
Dan Teo
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letterman has a problem with filipinos.

DaidoKatsumi
Guest

And maybe YOU have a problem since you can’t appreciate sarcasm. Isn’t that right?

Bill Steffen
Guest

Nah, he is just the eternally butthurt Abused Filipino. It’s not him, it’s the rest of the world thats screwed up

Gogs
Member

@Dan teo- KSP is the root of all evil.

MidwayHaven
Guest

No, David Letterman has a problem with stupidity.

And even if he had a problem with Filipinos, he would most likely have a problem with what’s wrong with Filipinos–which, honestly, is what gets more media mileage these days.

pinoypride#17
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yes lucy, don’t get dark, you’ll be less hotter when you get dark. NOOOT!!!

DaidoKatsumi
Guest

Cool story bro.

j-o-n`a-s
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I don’t mind some people reacting against Ms. Liu’s statement. That’s their right and they are free to express their thinking about what was said about Filipinos. There are even groups, just like in the other countries, that automatically reacts against any derogatory remarks from anyone. That’s normal, I guess. I never react on statements that tend to put the Filipinos in a bad light not because I don’t care but because people sometimes commit gaffes, social blunders or their statements misinterpreted by the public. And most of the times, these faux pax are usually followed by apology or expression… Read more »
Bill Steffen
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Sigh

Gogs
Member

You don’t like me, you don’t like FallenAngel, fine. Take a number and fall in line . Why are you here? I don’t like anything with Willie Revillame on it, so I do what comes naturally. I spend my time elsewhere. It does not even have to be TV . Time is precious and I have no idea why you spend your time here only to be miserable unless of course you like being miserable, I will bring out the Blondie lyrics again Jonas.

domo
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Gogs how about I sing him “Before You Accuse Me” by Eric Clapton as well if he continues to be a whiny moron. He also does nothing but blame games especially accusing us as gma fanboys while he is an irresponsible buffoon.
And admit it jon-ass. You’re just like those other moronic flips who can’t handle the truth about how dysfunctional you emos are. Jeez where did your life go so wrong and you act like a whiny little, “intelligent” kid?

domo
Guest
“That’s their right and they are free to express their thinking about what was said about Filipinos.” What right? The right to abuse their freedom of speech while they don’t look themselves in the mirror first? You maniacs need some soul searching. Read this whiny moron because you and those butthurt flips actually don’t know how to use it wisely: http://getrealphilippines.com/blog/2011/04/do-filipinos-know-how-to-use-their-freedom-of-speech/ “There are even groups, just like in the other countries, that automatically reacts against any derogatory remarks from anyone. That’s normal, I guess.” And your guess is so wrong. Tell that to Japan since they don’t feel being discriminated… Read more »
Gogs
Member

Of course there is one possibility I never thought of . Jonas has a crush on somebody here and acting all tough on the outside only to have a very vulnerable center .In the movie City Slickers the secret was finding that one thing. I think Jonas is infatuated.

BenK
Editor

That only makes sense if Jonas is seven years old.

Gogs
Member

Jonas and her motivation to still be here makes me open enough to believe she is Shirley Temple reincarnated.

J-on'as
Guest

Domo & BenK, how I wish you read again my post and point out to me why I was wrong about it. Your impression of me is not important. Don’t waste your time gushing over me.

domo
Guest

And don’t waste your precious time here in GRP if you can’t even post something interesting to impress us readers jomn-ass because all you say here are nothing but whinefest like a 10 year old fatso attacking his critics who are slamming his video game “review” when in fact he’s totally biased at all. Kita mo na ngang maraming hindi sang-ayon sa iyo dito sa GRP pinipilit mo pa ring maging isang dakilang bano. Now do me a favor whiny moron: get lost.

Bill Steffen
Guest

It’s you Gogs, it’s you… I just figured it out in Jon Ass last two posts. It’s you man. You are the lucky one that has stolen Jon ass heart. Sorry man, just saying. lol

Gogs
Member

Did I miss something Jonas? I could have sworn Mr.Kengkoy was Mike Hanapol. There is a word for what GRP would be like without you

domo
Guest
I’ve just noticed today Gogs. She’s also whining at Anti-Pinoy and like what she’s doing here in GRP, she’s also generalizing other countries and a point-misser as well. What is so dysfunctional about her is that she thinks that everything happening in this world is just natural like a lemming with no brains and no common sense who will just stupidly fall on a cliff. And here’s an example of what I’m saying with this pathetic post of her from this article (http://antipinoy.com/filipino-voters-are-utak-palamunin/): “as sure as the sun will rise (which i hope will no longer shine over failippines when… Read more »
j'-o'-n'a-s'
Guest

(Sorry, misplaced posting)

Thanks for spreading the word domo. You can also see me in Rappler

http://www.rappler.com/nation/14636-aquino-cracks-arroyo-wheelchair-joke-in-nz#comment-689722101

I can’t wait for the day that you can ably discuss issues, domo, than personalities.

BenK
Editor
You’re wrong because you presume that pointing out a social flaw — and in this case, a pretty consistent flaw — is itself wrong. I happen to agree fully with the thesis: Filipinos are (as a generalization, those who know I’m not talking about them don’t need me to point out the exceptions) whiny, racist little crybabies who can dish it out but can’t take it. Or ignore it, as I’ve had to do EVERY G.D. DAY of the eight years I’ve been hear, because it just doesn’t matter that much. I’m sure Bill S. can vouch for that routine.… Read more »
Bill Steffen
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Consider it vouched for Ben

j-o'-na-s'
Guest
You’re wrong because you presume that pointing out a social flaw — and in this case, a pretty consistent flaw — is itself wrong. I happen to agree fully with the thesis: Filipinos are (as a generalization, those who know I’m not talking about them don’t need me to point out the exceptions) whiny, racist little crybabies who can dish it out but can’t take it. Or ignore it, as I’ve had to do EVERY G.D. DAY of the eight years I’ve been hear, because it just doesn’t matter that much. I’m sure Bill S. can vouch for that routine.… Read more »
BenK
Editor

I take offense to you because you’re an idiot and a time-waster who adds nothing to any conversation except volume. Engage in issues? That’s a sentence with at least two words you don’t understand.

Daido Katsumi
Guest

TROLL.

And counting one of Gogs’ posts, that was the accurate definition of the myth known as crab mentality. That mentality is for crab people: taste like crab yet walk like people. They have a hard shell but total softies on the inside, resorting to emotional outbusrts rather than logical thinking.

Felipe
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I commend FallenAngel for speaking up. No matter how you try to hide it, over-sensitivity and over-reaction and not much else are becoming an odious trait that not only a growing number of foreigners, but a few enlightened Filipinos like FallenAngel as well, are noticing. Thank you FallenAngel for giving other Filipinos a chance to look at themselves by exposing their folly. The Jews overcome critcism and persecution by focusing on excellence. The Japanese and Germans recover from humiliation by excellence. The Chinese and Indians are excelling as well. But, Filipinos respond differently from these others—They simply whine, react, complain,… Read more »
Gogs
Member

Bill. If Jonas and I need a chaperone , I hope I can count on you.

j-o'-na-s'
Guest

Gogs, you asking why I’m here reminds me of a question posed to a person about mountains. It goes like this,

Question: Why do you climb the mountain?

Answer: Because it is there.

Gogs
Member

So you compare a blog post that takes me two days to write to Mt. Everest , Sir Edmond Hillary?

j'-o'-n'a-s'
Guest

Lol, you didn’t get it Gogs. I’m not comparing, I’m telling you the answer to your question.

Bill Steffen
Guest

You can count on me Gogs. Man, I would not miss that for the world. Hell, I’ll even pay..

j-o'-na-s'
Guest
Domo, kung hindi ka sang-ayon sa akin, fine, no problem. Pero bakit galit ka? Bakit personal ang atake mo? Something’s wrong with you boy. Hindi ka ba natutuwa at marami kayo against one? O, naiinis kayo dahil lagi kayong butata? Ikaw, ni hindi mo man lang makuhang makipag-debate. Ang alam mo lang e mang-away gaya ni Trosp. Si BenK naman, I never saw the guy’s post that has some sense to it. Puro away din ang inaatupag instead of reason and logic. Nadagdag pa itong si Bill Steffen, whom I never have encounters with. Puro nonsense din ang sinasabi. Guys,… Read more »
MidwayHaven
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Actually it’s benign0’s right to remove anything here because it’s HIS blog and he could do anything he wants with it. It’s not necessarily a reflection of Aquino, who as a public figure SHOULD be openly criticized for attempting to silence dissent.

j-o'-na-s'
Guest
I agree with you MidwayHaven but it cannot be denied that such act would have implication in benigno’s principle in terms of sense of right and wrong. You delete a post because you owned the blog is fine. You censor because you do not agree with what you are reading. But then, how will your stand be on censorship or libel issues, like the cybercrime law, when people know you are doing the opposite in YOUR OWN space? Right or wrong, people will think that there is a tinge of hypocrisy there. Remember, this blog has rules and regulation. If… Read more »
MidwayHaven
Guest

Because the Cybercrime law put forth as a government mandate needs work, while the rules and regulations for a privately-run blog don’t.

Besides, what rules and regulations are you referring to in the first place, anyway?

j-o'-na-s'
Guest
Because the Cybercrime law put forth as a government mandate needs work, while the rules and regulations for a privately-run blog don’t. Besides, what rules and regulations are you referring to in the first place, anyway? You either refusing or not getting it. Needing work has nothing to do with what we are talking about. We’re talking about principles or lack of it. You don’t criticize how the house is being badly run when you are doing the same badly thing in your own room. Got the idea? Like I said, I agree with you that owners can do whatever… Read more »
Felipe
Guest
@j-o’-na-s’ You either refusing or not getting it. Needing work has nothing to do with what we are talking about. We’re talking about principles or lack of it. You don’t criticize how the house is being badly run when you are doing the same badly thing in your own room. Got the idea? It’s no different from private businesses such as restaurants, hotels, and such—Blog owners too may reserve their right to “refuse [you] service” or “evict you” from their “premises” if you simply solicit, or if your posts border on sloganeering (like some idiots we know), or trolling and… Read more »
MidwayHaven
Guest
j-o’-na-s’ says: “You either refusing or not getting it…Get the idea?” *sigh* Actually I get the idea pretty clearly, and it seems that you might have not understood what I said. You can’t just imply that the owner of this blog’s a hypocrite just because he “doesn’t practice what he preaches.” That’s too much of an oversimplification of the situation. No one is stopping anyone here from thinking out loud what they want to say, and any dissenting opinion is ALWAYS welcome, moreso if it’s backed up by references. At the end of the day, however, if this blog’s owner… Read more »
j-o'-na-s'
Guest
I understood what you said and I even said I agree with it. Isn’t that simple enough? With regard to the ‘hypocrite’ issue, you cannot stop anybody from thinking or assuming or implying it. You can only prevent people from expressing it by censoring or deleting them which would only fan the flame of suspicion that, indeed, hypocrisy is being committed. Now, would that be the truth of it all? Of course not but the impression, right or wrong, would be strengthened. We all know that censorship begets everything that is undesirable. Speaking of pushing forward, my post on this… Read more »
JustSayin
Guest

Way to go Jonas!!!!

Actually, this is one of the few articles of Fallen Angel I seem to agree with. Most of his views on this makes sense to me (but I do not believe that there is no sensible contrary opinion).

However, you engaging on a higher ground with them managing to throw only spit and dung earns you more respect point.

Gogs
Member

Way To Go Jonas !!!!

For the winning the GRP Award for the TOS Means Nothing Award going to the GRP fan who singlehandidly gets the most number of IDs of banned from violating the GRP TOS.

Bill Steffen
Guest
Wahhhhhhh rub some dirt on it crybaby. Tell me why I should not be gutthurt like you are over remarks made about me.? Tell me why I should not cry like you do about being racially profiled, triple charged and having every Filipino in my neighborhood think I OWE them something just because I am white? C’mon crybaby tell me…. When the shoe is on the other foot the Pinoys think it’s ok To denigrate and and talk about folks. You are a moron and I think you might even live in my neighborhood. Are you one of the high… Read more »
Rain
Guest
Thank you for the article. I agree with it. I have grown up with a hot of tan or I’m brown but can almost also be a bit fair and yet all my life in the philippines I’m constantly given comments/notice on “uy bakit ka uniting”, ‘uy pumuti ka’ and have as a child If not for the lack of that kind of vanity in or upbringing could have entirely made me think I am lacking just because I am not whitening my skin or are not ‘maputi’ enough. I hate the ‘singka-puti’ ads that keeps teaching pinoys that to… Read more »
Rain
Guest

I meant a ‘bit’ of brown lol

rain
Guest
Typing in iphone is awful. What i meant above was this: (wrong spelling edit) and additions. Thank you for the article. I agree with it. I have grown up with konting brown which I love, but can almost also pass fair when I spend too much time indoors, depending on whose judging not that I care. In UAE if I get too white they think I’m Chinese which I don’t like too (just like Lucy Liu baligtad naman). Yet all my life in the Philippines I’m constantly given comments/notice on “uy bakit ka umitim”, ‘uy pumuti ka’ and have as… Read more »
jroma
Guest
i’m ethnic chinese, therefore a bit on the fair side. my wife has dark brown complexion. skin color has never been an issue. what i do mind is when people call our children “50% filipino”. excuse me? the last time i looked, there’s nothing in the philippine constitution that says being a filipino has the prescription of skin color or ethnicity. being filipino is having filipino citizenship, and doing one’s best to abide by all laws and national aspirations. for better or worse, we’re all 100% filipinos. so my message to those blinded by racism and insecurities… GROW UP! more… Read more »
Gogs
Member

I love your point. People trying to force their own definition of nationality on your family. People can’t help what they are born into or where there are born. But what they do control is their effect on their fellow human beings regardless of nationality. Pinoys put way too much stock into the former and could care less about the latter.

traffice2000
Guest
Wala naman masama kung maitim ka or what, sa panahon ngayon hindi na po masyadong pinag-uusapan ang kulay ng balat, ang usapin ngayon eh estado sa buhay, maputi ka nga at wala ka naman pera not to mention na nagugutuman ka eh what the sense di ba? tinatanong ko rin sa sarili ko kung bakit naging pamantayan ang maputi or mestisa para maging maganda sa pinas? even my daugther at her age which is 6 years old may sort of insecurities sya sa mga mapuputing classmates niya kahit na mas matalino at nagtatop siya sa class eh mas prepared niyang… Read more »
j'-o'-n'a-s'
Guest
…sinasabi na lang namin sa kanya ng kapag sinabihan siyang maitim which is hindi naman kaitiman in fact she’s tan, gumanti nalang siya and say ” maputi ka nga, patay gutom ka naman at low IQ ka pa” hahaha! Sa aking palagay, tama ‘yung sabihin mo sa daughter mo na ‘she’s beautiful’ irrespective of the color of her skin. At hindi dahil just to give her a boost but because it is true. At dahil matalino ang anak mo, sigruado ako na makukuha n’ya ang ibig mong sabihin. At dahil matalino ang anak mo, nababahala ako d’yan sa sinabi mo… Read more »
Jian li
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A bit offtopic but i think theres a bit of misconception regarding Finoys wanting whiter skin and being Caucasian wannabes. Just for the sake of Caucasians who think we are all head over heels towards them, Pinoys are actually aiming for either East Asian look or the Hispanic mestiza look. I wanna say this cause I am most of the time disgusted as well with the unhealthy looking skin of the Pakehas (cauc) and they scorn at the skin whitening products in the PI. Just FYI, glutathione is not just for skin whitening but also for making the skin look… Read more »
j'-o'-n'a-s'
Guest

Thanks for spreading the word domo. You can also see me in Rappler

http://www.rappler.com/nation/14636-aquino-cracks-arroyo-wheelchair-joke-in-nz#comment-689722101

I can’t wait for the day that you can ably discuss issues, domo, than personalities.

DaidoKatsumi
Guest

And you’re one step on losing your credibility by citing Rappler.

Gogs
Member

Diado you are generous.

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