2.) think they are the best hottest Asians
3.) Guys are cheap as shit
4.) Girls are scanky Catholicas
5.) sounds like slurping when talking
6.) 90% are nurses/nannies (ooooweee) NOT.
2) The Tagalog language.
3) The Tagalog national identity of the Philipines.
4) A Spanish colonization word for people from the Philipines, not a word of indigenous origin.
B: He's Filipino.
A: I thought he was Tagalog.
B: Same thing. There is no difference between the two.
2. Any non-Tagalog individual of the Phillipines who has subordinated him/herself to Tagalogs and embraced the Tagalog national identity (Filipino) as his/her own.
Ilocanos, Bisayans (Visayans), and Pampangos, amongst other indigenous and non-indigenous ethnic groups from the Phillipines, sacrificed their own ethnic identities when they chose to be a part of the Tagalogs' Filipino national movement.
No, I am no longer Bisayan (Visayan). I am now part of the Tagalog Empire, I am Filipino (Tagalog).
What about the Ilocanos, Pampangos, and the other ethnic groups in the Phillipines?
We are all part of the Tagalog Empire, we are all Filipino (Tagalog). We all speak Filipino (Tagalog).
According to Dr. H. Otley Beyer, noted American anthropologist, the racial ancestry of Filipinos is as follows: Malay - 40%; Indonesian - 30%; Chinese - 10%, Indian (Hindu) - 5%, European & American - 3%, and Arab - 2%.
Beneath the veneer of Hispanic, Mexican and American heritage, the people, in heart and in spirit, are Asians. they are Asian in race and in geography with an indestructible Asian heritage.
The warmth and natural hospitality of the nation's Filipinos today, is known throughout the world. The 11 cultural, linguistic and racial groups endow the Filipino people with varying customs and traditions. In spite of their diversity, Filipinos have basically two dominant traits: a love of family and a strong religious faith.