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Mother side = ok lang, nagkakausap naman.
Father Side - NO!! walang pansinan, maski dinala ko anak ko sakanila hindi nila pinansin. mga #!*#!*(!!
Mga kapatid ng tatay ko mas asensado kesa kapatid ng nanay ko.Mas close ako sa mga kapatid ng tatay ko kasi magkakalapit lang kami.Pero mas pangit ugali nila.Mas mukhang pera at balimbing.Siraan ang gusto nila.Minsan ako mismo na pamangkin nila hindi ko alam na pinag-uusapan na pala ako na ganto ako ganyan ako,etc.Pati mga anak nila nakisawsaw na.At sinasabi na sa lola ko o nanay nila.Ang masakit wala katotohanan pinagsasabi nila.Hindi ako nakapagpigil kinausap ko sila at nagpaliwanag ako at yun naintindihan naman nila at ngayon ok na naman kami.Plastikan nalang siguro.
mas close ako sa mga relatives ko sa father side. Pinaka close ko yung sister ng dad ko (siya ang second mother ko).
yes lahat lahat ng mga waray waray sa father side at bulakenya sa mother side.
Super close kami ng mga relatives ko .aww, bigla naman akong na homesick
I am closest to the sister of my dad (his ate). As a child, I would often sleep at my aunts house and she would spoil with me with just about everything. My aunt to use to work for a major hotel company and she'd often bring me home these imported chocolates or anything special that came from the tourists. She would even take me shopping and buy me stuff that I wanted and we'd eat out wherever place I wanted like Shakey's, McDonalds. etc. She was like my 2nd mom. But I guess I could say as a kid, I was also close to my dads side of the family. We all lived in an apartment compound owned by my dads family. 1 uncle and 1 aunt lived in the upstairs units, while my dad and this fave aunt of my mine lived in the bottom units next to each other. I saw my aunts, uncles and cousins everyday, whether in the mornings to go to school or at night when dinner time. With my cousins, we were like brothers and sisters. We went to the same elementary & junior high school. I remember oftentimes as kids me and my female cousin (who's the same age as me) would often have the same type of clothing, shoes or even lunchbox...kalerky! I was even close to my other my male cousins then.
UNTIL...My family and I migrated to the states. During my junior high days, we moved to the US. Later, I found out that dads brother, his wife and my cousins had also moved here in the US. For a while, things were still pretty cool with these cousins of mine. They'd come over and spend a week at our place and we'd visit them too. But, as the years came along and we got older..it's really strange how I'm not close to these cousins of mine any longer. Things are just awkward when I'm with my cousins. The last I've seen or spoken to these cousins was in 2003 for a wedding, and it was merely a hello and how are you doing kinda thing. The bonding surely is not like before. I guess as we get older we just have different interests I guess. Although, I'm happy to say that I'm still kinda close to my favorite aunt.. She's now retired and is living in the Philippines. Even though I'm an adult now, I still talk to her as if she's still like my 2nd mom. She also sends me Philippine goods that I request from her (like whitening soaps, polvoron, dvds, magazines). Makes me miss my aunt so much!
Urgggh! Straight out..I don't really like em! When we migrated here to the US, we had to live with one of my mom's sister (her Ate) for a while..Urggh! Worse experience ever! This is my aunt, she could be nice..but she was kinda mean and b-tchy and right in front of us, she would oftentimes slap, punch or even throw things at her kids (my cousins) when she was angry at them. Speaking of my cousins, 1 of them (guy who was already in high school), would kinda bully around my youngest brother..kainis! My brother was barely about 3rd grade back then vs. this high school guy. Inis talaga! Tapos ako naman, my youngest female cousin (who was only in 2nd grade), would often punch me or snob at me because of jealousy and attention..grr! I couldn't do anything but understand my lil cousin. It was just the worse ever to live with my moms sister. Now as adults, we are just civilized to each other, but we're not close to them at all.
My mom also has another sister living here too, but we're not really that close to her or her kids either. We are civilized to them whenever we see them. My mom use to help this sister of hers financially for several years (even her kids) before when she was still living in the Philippines. Now that my mom's sister is living here in the US permanently, and is getting financial support from the government for being a senior citizen, parang di na nya kilala ang mama ko. After all that my mom did for this sister and kids of hers..I mean they were really spoiled talaga. Whenever they needed money, my mom sends it right away. Pero ngayon, twing christmas or bdays ng mama ko, wala man lang kahit simpleng gift galing sa sister nyang ito... for all the sacrifices my mom did for them. Kaya, I don't like really like my moms side. I feel like they are just users. Mga "May I have" ang tawag ko sa kanila. The rest of my moms family are in the Philippines and most of them are the types na "May I have?" or "Can you send me?"..palagi!!!! They think we earn our money easily or we just pick it from a money tree. Di nila alam ang buhay dito sa America. Kaya di ako masyadong feel or close sa family ng mama ko.
Hehe...sorry po kung sobrang haba..But that sure brought me back to some childhood memories! Some to cherish about..while some I'm just want to to forget. Mostly cherish though! Makes me miss my childhood days sometimes...
Father side is all abroad so no.
Mother side, yeah, but there will be some who embraced the dark side of the political force, the ROOT division or the eagles vs. doves, but put the differences aside, all is well.
Hindi masyado... Once in a blue moon lang kasi kami magkita-kita...
Ako naman, kahit nasa ibang bansa na ang majority ng father's side ko, close ako sa both sides.
Meron rin akong 2nd cousins na close rin, in particular, dahil minsan kailangan ko sila for genealogy purposes.
Sa side ng mother ko - yup.
Sa side ng father ko - hindi lahat kaclose. kasi hiwa-hiwalay sila at bihira magkita.
wala akong close na pinsan, although, mas kilala ko ang mga relatives ko sa mother side.
Nagkikita lang kami if may special occasions or kung bumisita man ako/kami sa province.
In short, hindi
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