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RE: Etiquette« on: September 02 2009 03:09:00 »
Waray76, you been to the wavepool? And they have life vests? Good to know that you checked on it before going in the water. Now if only you can save some money and actually learn how to swim on your own like everyone else who learned how to tie their own shoes. Angelo, how did the issue changed from etiquette to a man talking about another man's wiener? You got a fetish with wieners? Bakla ka ba? Pinerpinoy, Where did you ever get the idea that i need back up to be a badass? What is a bad ass to you? Someone who lets his friends do his fighting? Kind of like what you described when you mentioned that you have friends to be a badass.
RE: Etiquette« Reply #1 on: September 02 2009 03:09:00 »
Junior, you been to Hawaii 20 times? What have you learned? Locals are respected in Hawaii right? Locals have wave priority right? Local heavies are the top of the food chain, yes? What about the Pinoy in the PI? Don't we deserve the same respect? If you paid attention, you'd notice that some foreigners could care less about the Filipino hospitality and more for selfish reasons. Which is why localism exists where foreign visitors are many. Look at Bali, Hawaii and California, they all have localism. It will be a matter of time before we get to meet the same kind of arrogance that gave birth to heavy localism. Filipino hospitality and our "bahala na" attitude is being used against us. You probably just stayed home and played with the computer when you were in Hawaii, gago.
RE: Etiquette« Reply #2 on: September 02 2009 06:09:00 »
sana wag natin hiyain ang sarili natin dito. tayong mga pinoy dapat ipakita natin na totoong alam natin ang meaning ng salitang etiquette. obviously pag binastos tayo o inagrabyado tayo ay dapat tayo pumalag. pero kung hindi naman sana ay wag tayo magmukhang threatening sa mga dayuhan na bumibisita sa bansa natin. kahit papano kasi ay nakakatulong sila sa ating ekonomiya. irespeto natin ang ating sarili at kapwa. sobrang ungas na lang cguro ang dayuhan na aasta na kung sino sa hindi niya teritoryo, di ba? at para matuto kang mag-surf ay may laman ang utak mo, so di sila bobo o ungas siguro naman para umasta dito ng masama. un lang.
RE: Etiquette« Reply #3 on: January 10 2010 23:01:00 »
Ganto na ba tlga ka grabe mga pinoy?. I got into this site because i want to learn more about surfing here in the philippines, and then what?? al i got is just trash talking??? It really manifests the character of these people. That's why nothing happens to our country its because of these mindsets and mentalities, instead of helping one another and sharing knowledge to have a better community, most of us just wanted to question every differences that we have. And y the way, almost every topic that I read here I only get to hear fights between locals and non locals, what the heck.
RE: Etiquette« Reply #4 on: January 11 2010 14:01:00 »
hey brah, its they're fault this thread got out i' the line. homeboy's goot to do what homeboy's gotta do. peace lng naman talaga dapat e. pero its their fault anybody heard about the foreigner-local incident that happenp a couple a weeks ago in siargao? thats one example how all we should act when one's surfing another foreign spot.
RE: Etiquette« Reply #5 on: January 11 2010 23:01:00 »
Started as a worthwhile topic, but the usual low mentality trolls have jumped in and stuffed it for everyone as usual.......and they are not even surfers !
RE: Etiquette« Reply #6 on: January 12 2010 05:01:00 »
Nice one Pat. There just losers.
RE: Etiquette« Reply #7 on: January 24 2010 04:01:197 »
Surferdesk.com , good post ! .......a good start, and easy to understand for people new to surfing . Also a good reminder for experienced surfers who think they have their own private ocean
RE: Etiquette« Reply #8 on: January 25 2010 14:01:663 »
tama yan bok
RE: Etiquette« Reply #9 on: January 26 2010 15:01:190 »
okay, I think king makes more sense than other posters in this thread. yeah, he's right (RISPITO) respect for the ocean and the locals is all that matters, its like a give and take situation and It will all follow from there on. aloha and peace to everyone on this thread.