Why do we spell the country as ‘Philippines’ but the language as ‘Filipino’?

Philippines is an old English name of the country. It was a Spanish colony, the Spanish name for the country is Islas Filipinas. Then the people of the Philippines decided to choose a new language to become the national language. They chose a language called Tagalog. Tagalog called the Philippines the same way as Spahish.

Subsequently they decided to rename Tagalog to Filipino to highlight its role as a national language. And English just borrowed the name.


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  • GIRL: Mamili ka, siya o ako?
  • BOY: Kung talagang mahal mo ko, hindi mo ko kailangan papiliin.
  • GIRL: Kung talagang mahal mo ko, hindi dapat nagkaroon ng option.


i need some physical affection and 3 bottles of vodka 

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Ayoko na. Sumusuko na ako.

Fuck you.


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