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    #11
    :lol:

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    #12
    Iba napansin ko ...

    Kawawa naman yung mga pasahero ng jeep. May mga namatay at nasugatan dahil lang sa katangahan nung dalawa

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    #13
    this clearly shows that misplaced or lack of punctuation mark greatly changes the meaning of a sentence. hehehe!

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    #14
    nice one.....hehehe

    pero sanay na akong makabasa ng mga ganyan....lalo ka kapag andito ka sa Hong Kong.....sabi nga sa email nung isang local na kasamahan ko dito..."It's the tooth that counts".....herherherherherherherher

    nailing na lang ako at nagtawang mag-isa....

  5. jagxtrm Guest
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    meron akong kaibigang intsik na negosyante ... di gaano marunong magtagalog...

    last year, sabi ng mga tauhan nya kng kailan ang xmas bonus at increase nila... sabi nya "WAG KA INIP" ...



    umabot na ng january ... "WAG KA INIP" pa rin ang sagot ...


    yun pala gusto nyang sabihin "WAG KA MANAGINIP!" hahaha!! :D

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    #16
    jagxtrm... hahahaha natawa ako dun... pero seryoso? kawawa naman yun mga tauhan niya

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    #17
    This is a morbid joke, right?

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    #18
    hehehe

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    #19
    Di gumamit ng comma kaya naging nakakalito tuloy yung balita.

    I just don't understand why some drivers would risk their lives by changing tires in the wrong places, kaya nga may shoulder eh. Natatakot silang masira ang gulong, buhay naman nila nakataya. Yung gagong jeepney driver naman umoovertake ng hindi muna inaalam kung clear ba yung lane. Another case against lack of driver education.

    Regarding dun naman sa car alarms being close to useless, totoo yan. I would recommend hiding your car's OR and CR copies in oother places in the car other than the glove compartment or sunvisor. Para kung sinabi ng carjackers sa guard na nawala yung parking ticket, wala parin silang maiproduce na documents.

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by falken
    I just don't understand why some drivers would risk their lives by changing tires in the wrong places, kaya nga may shoulder eh. Natatakot silang masira ang gulong, buhay naman nila nakataya. Yung gagong jeepney driver naman umoovertake ng hindi muna inaalam kung clear ba yung lane. Another case against lack of driver education.
    Ang pagkakasabi kasi sa balita 'pre, sumabog ata yung gulong nung truck sa gitna nung highway at hindi nila ma-i-mane-obra sa shoulder kaya na-stuck up yung truck sa gitna. Siguro sa ganung situation, dapat naglagay sila ng hazard about 200 meters ahead.

    Actually, yung iba nga nasa shoulder na nababangga pa!

    Magtataka ka 'pre, sa U.S. nga sampung kotse na yung nagsalpukan, tuloy-tuloy pa rin yung banggaan sa likod until it becomes like a huge 20-vehicle pile-up! Ang tanong, hindi ba nila nakikita yung mga kotseng naghambalang sa unahan???

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