One of the largest groups that gets ignored are our Filipino brothers and sisters.
As a colony of Spain for just as many years as Mexico, the Philippine Islands have just as much Hispanic cultural influences as any other Latin American country.
With that in mind I thought I’d share another aspect of scamming: bargirls.“Bargirl” is basically another name for prostitute in the Philippines.
The girls who work in bars are usually available to spend the night with patrons who are willing to pay a “bar fine”–an amount paid to the bar for her to “leave work early.” The bargirl gets a percentage of the fine (I guess) and then presumably gets a tip from her customer for what they do in private.
September 15 marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month.
For a few weeks out of the year, everyone (and every brand) is trying to grab a piece of the Latino pie (some even refer to it as Hispandering Heritage Month.) There will be lots of folkloric dresses and dancing, lots of mariachis and sombreros, lots of taco and Margarita drink specials — you know cuz all Latinos are basically Mexican.
Most of the time, the question “how can you find true love” can only be answered by asking another question: “what am I doing wrong?
One of the reasons I started this blog years ago was to help guys avoid scammers.
Philippine marriage tradition Philippine culture and tradition regarding courtship, marriage and marriage proposal is conservative. For example, traditionally, filipino marriage proposal will involve the parents.
If you are foreign to filipino marriage traditions, there are some things you should know before you propose to your filipina.
Keep an eye out for even more Filipino content here throughout the month.
The Philippines was a Spanish colony for 333 years (1565–1898). Plus, the name of the Philippines comes from the king of Spain, Philip II.