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    Dapat pausuhin to dito as sign of courtesy.



    And apparently, not only in Japan can you find this, based on the comments on the video.


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    nice, sana may ganyan din dito sa pinas..

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    Whoa, astig. Gives me goosebumps just seeing how polite they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman_uel View Post
    Whoa, astig. Gives me goosebumps just seeing how polite they are.
    naramdaman ko din

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    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    Sorry, my bad. *blink* *blink*

    You can start this here in the Philippines D'flash, that aint a prob

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    spell ASA..... P H I L I P P I N E S.... ASA ka pa

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    Quote Originally Posted by basti08 View Post
    Sorry, my bad. *blink* *blink*

    You can start this here in the Philippines D'flash, that aint a prob
    if we got spare time to use hazzard hehe.. nasanay na kasi tayo yung taas lang ng kamay as sign of thank you.

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    dito sa pinas, alang thank you or blink blink baka bigyan ka pa ng dirty finger.

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    According to the video if i'm right :

    In Japan : "honk honk!" (means you can pass and take my lane)
    In Pinas : "honk honk!" (means GET OUT OF MY LANE!)

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