We already know in general that Filipinos are immature little children pretending to be adults, regardless of whatever age they are at. I’ve met teens in my home country that are more matured than the average adult Filipino, simply by observing body behavior and how they operate in public. Examples would include; patience (waiting in line), compliance in following rules, knowing how to whisper, and of course cleaning up after themselves. Just for the record, the examples I just mentioned are traits that DO NOT described a Filipino, yet the opposite. I didn’t want anybody to get the wrong idea.
This will be another enumeration just like my last post. These are prime examples as to why I believe Filipinos are less mature than normal human beings based on rules and guidelines that are set for Filipinos nationwide.
CENSORED MOVIES: Have any of you watched movies here in Philippines on AXN, STARZ MOVIES, or other movie channels? Those of you who have ever seen the original uncut version of movies have already realized that drastic measures are taken to censure graphic material that are too mature for the Filipino audience. Examples of movies I’ve seen that censored scenes that normally isn’t too graphic for normal teens, but are for Filipinos would be:
SCARY MOVIE 4: Remember the cat and Viagra scene? It pissed me off for them to censor that part; they even censored the part of Micheal Jackson being struck by lightning. WOW! Even lightning is too graphic for Filipinos to watch. What a bunch of pussy-minded sissies!
NINJA ASSASSIN: Enough said, almost every gory scene was censored which made the movie pointless to watch, this movie has been chopped up beyond viewable. Much better they just didn’t air it on TV in Philippines. I’m sure there are much more unmentioned movie examples I didn’t cover.
I’m not a sex addict or anything like that, but have you noticed that nudity is hardly ever displayed in any movie here, even if it was brief nudity? I gotta hand it to them, at least they don’t censor all the swear words, but Filipinos barely pay attention to anything said in English anyway, unless it’s subtitled.
LEGAL AGE TO MARRY: Filipinos do not possess the legal authority to engage in marriage before the age of 25, if so, they require parental consent. Are you supposed to be considered as a grown-ass adult by that age? But of course, when a Filipino is in their twenties, their mindset is less developed and matured than a teen in our respective countries. For the sake of any Filipino spectators, we are already considered as adults by the age of 18 and can marry at our own free will…. w/o parent consent.
COLLEGE STUDENT PERMISSION SLIP: Enough said, when you are a college student in this shitty-ass country, you still require your parents to sign a permission slip to embark on field trips in your college years. I’m a student here unfortunately (don’t laugh), and they tried to have me get a parent to sign my permission slip, ARE YOU FUCKIN OUTTA YOUR MIND!!!??? I signed my own fuckin permission slip, fuck that. What am I suppose to do, have it Fed-Ex to America so my lost parents to sign a piece of paper stating that I can travel a few miles away from the school? I’m already over 9,000 miles away from my own country and didn’t require permission for that! These college students are between the ages of 17-23, and even the 23 year olds, who are usually in their 4th year also require permission. Then again, shouldn’t they be old enough at this age to not need a permission slip to go on field trips? This isn’t fuckin elementary school.
STRICT MOVIE RESTRICTIONS: In my time in America, I never in my life been carded to watch a movie, even rated R movies when I was 15, it wasn’t’ that serious. But here at MOA last year, I took this classmate of mine out to watch a movie, they allowed us to buy the tickets, but they denied us entry because the bitch collecting the movie tickets THINKS my date was too young to watch the movie. She was a classmate of mine, 18 years old, and you have to be at least 16 to watch the Rated Film. She didn’t have ID with her, but only because this fucker THOUGHT she was younger than 16, we were not allowed to enter the theaters. Of course being an American, I didn’t back down so easily. I grew a pair, called for the manager, and demanded my money back from the tickets, and a full refund for the popcorn and drinks I bought specifically for the movie, even though my popcorn was already half-finished . The manager didn’t wanna go through all that mess, so she took my word for it and allowed us to proceed with watching the movie. I even got them to apologize, which is a rare thing for Filipinos to do. I shouldn’t have to go through that trouble, especially since the girl I was with was 2 years older than the required age to view the film, so why did I have so much trouble???
“THANK YOU FOR NOT SITTING”: How many times have you seen this posted in the furniture department at your local SMs and Hypermarkets? This may be a little irrelevant to this topic, but felt like pointing this out. By saying,”Thank you for not sitting” is a message that should be said in reaction towards the compliance of not sitting down, but it does not specifically state not to sit down. I know they mean for you not to sit on the furniture, so why can’t they say it in a more imperative statement to stress the message they are trying to deliver by saying, “Please do NOT sit.” Filipinos are afraid to grab their balls and stress an issue directly, but they would rather be indirect and beat around the bush by saying it as politely as possible, barely getting the main point across. What a bunch of cowards.Published in