Black American Expat Interview in the Philippines

We interviewed fellow youtuber Black American Expat
(https://www.youtube.com/user/AntwanVJohnson). Black American Expat has been vlogging from the Philippines for a while. His style is positive, edgy, honest and very open-minded.

We ask him about the cost of living in the Philippines, what is it like to be an African-American in the Philippines, how do people treat you? How do you get a Philippine Visa?

We love his content so we decided to have him on our channel!

 

Americans React to Public School in Talisay City Philippines J

How is it at public high schools in the Philippines?  We react to J going to school and taking us on a tour of the campus.  It is definitely different from high schools in the U.S.

It should also be understood that this is not a private school.  Although the public school does not have the creature comforts of an American high school, the kids are happy and cheerful.

Going to Asturias Philippines With PurpleShadow and J

PurpleShadow and J travel to Asturias in Northern Cebu. They went there to see PurpleShadow’s brother.

The story is the the journey not the destination.

Check out the beautiful landscape of Northern Cebu. They have a great time even with challenges. But every time they go up North things always go south!

Check out Purpleshadow here:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqAweikeaLnEtIfn8b1Hg9w

 

Learn Filipino ep 1 – being polite

Learn filipino ep 1 – being polite
In the beginning, we are doing the “Ocho ocho” dance. This was popular about 2010.

Your experience in the Philippines (or any country) will be way better if you are kind and polite.

For example, say “Salamat” to flight attendant.

“Mabuhay” means welcome to my place.

Another tip is for transportation. Used metered taxi’s. And when you get to the car you say “meter please”

Thank you so much – “Maraming Salamat” but when talking to a person way older than you you say
Maraming Salamat Po

In bisaya – we say “salamat” with smile and raise eyebrows

Sir or boss – we say it all the time to someone that we respect highly or to someone who’s high ranking at work or any other place.

You say sir if you’re meeting your fiance’s father for the first time. You only stop saying it.

Until they say call by their name or call them dad or papa.

When do you use “po” ? You use it when you are talking to someone older or to your wife’s parents and grandparents.

When you are in front of someone , you want to get their attention, you just say excuse me.

Do not randomly talk to strangers about how are they hows their day going. The only time you do that is in the airport when they ask where you going?

Mano po – bless to lola papa and mama

Mahal kita – Mahal na mahal kita
Gusto kita – Gustong gusto kita I like you

Welcome! – Mabuhay

magkano – how much
magkano ito tripod – how much is this tripod?

You’re welcome – Walang Anuman

Matandang Madaling Mamatay. 3M. Why it Applies to some Situations When You Marry a Filipina

*Please note: this does NOT apply to all situations. It does not apply to all relationship between old and young people, it does not apply to all filipinos, it does not apply to all older people*

What does “Matandang Madaling Mamatay” mean? The literal translation is “an old man who is going to die soon”. This is the classic gold digger and it is pretty universal. This happens in the North American, South America, Africa, Asian.. all over the world NOT JUST THE PHILIPPINES!!!

It is where a young man or woman has a relationship with an older successful person for the person of gaining their money.

It is a cold brutal truth that happens everywhere.

We can see the perspective of both. From the young ladies eyes, she wants a good life with the least amount of work possible. Is it right? No. From the older man/or woman’s perspective, they are looking for an attractive looking young tight body. Is it right? Not if that is all you want.

Both are focused on material things. If both of these materialistic people go into the relationship with eyes open, then who are we to judge their arrangement?

 

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