72 comments on “An Asian Miss Universe and a European Miss World

  1. Di ba ikaw yan😃
    Ikaw Yong younger sister ni JackAss na tinutukoy ni Anonymous😃hahahahaha😃
    Wala na talaga 😃
    Kawawa at palaging binaBaliwag, Bulacan ang peg every seconds of the day😃😃😃
    BWahahahaha😃😃😃

  2. OMG😄
    Di pa rin natutulog ang aking mga pasyente 😃
    Ayan kasi, dapat magbayad na kayo sa hospital bills nyo at bilhin ang gamot na resita ng doctor para maging tama ang pag-iisip nyo😃
    Kawawa ang mga hampaslupang squatter😃
    Kawawang mga losers😃
    Hindi matanggap ang masklap na kalagayan😃
    Hindi na makakaalis sa Baliwag, Bulacan😃😃😃😃😃hahahahaha 😉

  3. OMG 🙂
    Bakit mo pinicturan kung nasaan ka ngayon 🙂
    Baka dalawin ka ng mga kamag-anak mong may galit sa yo at bibigyan ka ng pagkain na may lason 🙂 ha ha ha ha ha

  4. What?
    Wala lng akong ginagawa coz i’m on vacation you know…:-)
    Hindi naman kita papansinin when i resume to work…ha ha ha…
    Wala na talaga,,,…. Mabaliwbaliw na sa galit ang basurang squatter 🙂

  5. Sorry Loser, wala ng maipost,,,… gaya gaya nalang sa mga nasabi ko 🙂
    Kawawa….Kawawa talaga ang baliw na hampaslupa 🙂

  6. If that’s the case he should simple filipino words like ‘ bangus (milk fish) and C2f should be his professor.

    World peace. Kapayapaan sa Sanlibutan.

    • Im referring to miss Tissa’s post regadding Daniel Matsunaga joining Mr
      World.

      Excuse…

  7. Oi ang pasyente ko 😃
    Mukhang wala ng bisa ang first generation medication na bigay ko😃
    Di ko nman puede bigyan ng second generation drugs kc hampaslupa naman itong c mrspainminute😃
    Sabi pala ni Sir Norman na huwag kang magkalat ng Basura dito😃
    Hindi raw bagay ang mga Basura dito😃
    Hahahahahakhakhakhak😃
    Getz mo ang message😃😃😃

    • Wow. ..may padecency decency na ang pasyente ko😃
      Improving na ang mental status hindi na yung ginagawa nya na basura at ugaling squatter😃😃😃
      That’s good kc sa pinapakita mo kc eh may malaking butas na ang utak mo and needs professional help sa totoo lang😃
      Just be good to others ok so that they will not f_k you more😃😃😃

    • Loser… wala na… mabaliwbaliw na sa galit kasi di nya matanggap na may susupalpal sa kanyang nakakasukang ugali. 🙂
      Ugaling basura at squatter…kawawa…kawawa talaga ang baliw na hampaslupa 🙂

    • Juskopo ang hampaslupa at parang ngayon lang nakakain ng chocolate ha ha ha ha 🙂

    • Wow 🙂
      Ang ganda naman ng diversional activities ng mga baliw ha ha ha ha ha ha 🙂

    • Bagay sa yo yan😃
      Hahaha ha mga hampaslupang squatter talaga😃
      Mabuti pa ang aso may breeding😃lol

  8. Since USA have been sending African Americans in MU, is it a problem if Philippines would send 100 percent foreign blood but, Filipina by birth or choice ( in mind, words and deeds)? For me its not a problem at all seeing blonde hair Filipina in MU.

    • I think the United States & the Philippines haves, has always had a good relationship with each other, we were colonized by the Americans and we’re..we have their traditions in our culture even up to this day. And we’re always very welcoming with the Americans so I dont see any problem with that at all.

      • wala namang problema kung ano ang nationality nila.. as long as eligible sila na magrepresent ng bansa.. remember?..

        Natalie Glebova, MU 2005 – Russian by birth but represened Canada
        Riza Santos – Filipino by birth, ni walang isang patak ng dugo ng Canadian but represented Canada

        and almost all of Canadian reps in Miss Universe in the past few years were not Canadian by birth….

    • SO we could have a Colombian race but Filipina citizenship to represent Philippnes! lol

      • We can have Daniel Matsunaga (Japanese-Brazilian) to represent the Philippines in Mr. World!
        Mag-apply muna sya ng Filipino citizenship if matanggap sya then go! I don’t see any problem with that at all!

      • If that’s the case he should simple filipino words like ‘ bangus (milk fish) and C2f should be his professor.

        World peace. Kapayapaan sa Sanlibutan.

    • The fact na nirepresent nya ang Pilipinas, we should be proud of her. Parang si Megan and a lot of half pinoy half foreign na piniling I-represent ang Pinas. Sa sports marami din tayong mga half pinoy half foreign na naglalaro sa PBA, Azkals, etc. I don’t see any problem with that.

    • Mrs spainhour.
      USO pa ba tabo ka hit 24/7 Ang water supply sa banyo lol! Sa bagay, mahal ang tissue paper lol

  9. Anong pinaglalaban dito?May apelyidong European kailangan may credit sa kanila?Naku teh naman,2016 na.Eh kung ganyan posisyon nyo sa buhay,eh halos taun-taon credit sa kanila kasi puro Latina at may European na apelyido ang nanalo sa MU simula 2001,maliban noong 2007.Kelangan bang ungkatin kung anong dugo meron ang nanalo?

  10. Ang sama talaga ng epekto sa Drugs😃
    Kakakakakakakakakakak😃
    Quack quack quack 😃
    -Donald Trump

  11. In every forum where different countries are represented, it’s natural that race plays a part. But to definitively say that it’s the main criterion is hard to validate though for one, Ms International’s track record makes it quite suspect as being racist. And the tricky part about pageants is that when you throw ethnicity in the mix, it’s just one dot in a sea of so many other dots- facial beauty, current standards of beauty, natural versus enhanced beauty, intelligence, poise, charisma, organisational preference, sash weight, ad infinitum.

    We know for a fact that in this ever changing and moving sea of elements, we’ve found our rhythm; or rather, our beauty camps did. They’ve found their stride, their maturity. And they’ve found the perfect girls- with Venus starting it in 2010, and culminating with Pia. And in this mix, throw in luck as well and more importantly, the zealous support of an entire country.

    It’s really just incidental that Pia happens to be Asian.

    I can’t say the same however for Miss World because it seems that a single individual has control over who gets crowned, and for what agenda, only Julia Morley knows.

  12. And why are Filipinos happy and claiming ‘Jessica Sanchez’ of American Idol that she’ s half filipina but was born in USA?.And other personalities with Filipino blood who was born in Australia and USA who became famous.Because we Filipinos are ecstatic whenever someone excel, and we say she’s he’s a Filipino.

    • 3 reasons:

      1. She looks very Filipina with a Spanish last name common among Filipinos (But ironically, her last name is from her Hispanic father born in Texas and of Mexican descent).

      2. Because she is very relatable to the Filipinos since we are once a collony of the US and share almost the same culture as Americans of Filipino descent in California.

      3.That is because Jessica Sanchez and her Mother (who was born in Bataan, Philippines) are proud of their heritage and asked support from around 4 million Filipino workers, Filipino immigrants/expats, and Americans with pure or mixed Filipino descent. (The Filipinos btw are technicaly one of the largest minority groups and immigrant group from the Asian continent runner-up to the Chinese in the USA.

  13. The black are called African Americans and it is always mentioned. And they are proud of it.

  14. Crazy comments, at the end of the day it is the title the sash they represent! Period.

    • We are talking about blood lineage. We are still Filipino because we are mixture of blood and culture brought by foreigners and colonization.

  15. @ Tissa

    You are right, Alonzo is Spanish family name so 25 percent Spanish 25 percent Filipino and 50 percent German si Pia. SO Erupean blood rules the Beauty Pageants.

    • Hindi lahat ng pinoy na may Spanish last name eh merong Spanish ancestry, remember the Claveria Act? My family’s surname is Spanish pero I don’t think meron maski isang patak na Spanish sa bloodline namin, although madamimg nangangarap sa family ko na baka meron kmi Spanish blood. Lol.

      • Only Pia could know if she’s indeed Spanish.Mostly Filipinos with spanish surnames have spanish ancestry. e.g. Gutierrez, Rama etc.

      • Only Pia could trace her Spanish ancestry.Most of the Filipinos i know has indeed Spanish blood.Gutierrez, Rama etc.

      • If we all trace our roots, baka wala ng tunay na Pilipino sa atin. We shall be happy that we are all pinoys. Kahit pa sibihin na half pinoy half something ka, what is important is you are proud that you chose to be pinoy.
        Sa ibang bansa pag nalaman natin na nagtagumpay ang isang lahing pinoy, natutuwa tayo, and we are proud kasi may lahi siang pinoy.
        Ganun din sila katulad sa kaso ni Pia, syempre natutuwa din ang mga aleman dahil kadugo din nila ang Miss Universe. Pinili nga lang ni Pia na maging isang pinoy.

      • The Filipino last name Rama is of ancient hindu origins based on the Hindu epic “The Ramayana” where the main protagonist is a man named Rama… When Cebu and other Visayan islands was part of the Sri Vijayan empire (based in the island of Java) which was a satelite empire of the Chola Empire (based in the Indian subcontinent). The first Filipinos who was riegistered with the last name was a member of the principalia descended from the clans of the Ginoos (royalty) and Maharlikas (clans of warriors and nobles).

      • I disagree with professor C2F.RAMA is spanish surname. Check spanish surnames in alphabetical order. The RAMA that i mentioned is not from Cebu.

      • @Ariadna

        There is indeed a Spanish version of the surname “Rama” that originated in Castille but we are reffering to the Filipino last name “Rama” where evidence show that the majority of Filipinos with the last name trace their origins to Cebu which supports my original claim of it’s of pre-colonial origins. If you are reffering to the Spanish lastnames given-away during the Claveria Act, all the variations of Rama, Ramos, etc are not included in the list ( http://www.bibingka.com/names/ ) due to the fact that the Spanish version also has noble origins ( they even have their own crest- https://www.houseofnames.com/rama-family-crest ). If you are talking about the possibility that there was a Spanish immigrant with the lastname Rama in Cebu who gave his lastname to his descendants prior to the Claveria Act, he could either be an Officiales, an Encomiendero or Spanish friar but only the 1st 2 could pass on their lastname since children of any member of the clergy are deemed eligitimate. There were only a handfull of Spanish nobles who arrived for the collonization and the closest there was to the lastname Rama was registered as “Ramos” who’ descendants became the oficiales of Pangasinan and “Dela Rama” as one of the Encomienderos of Ilo-ilo since the last name Rama was already taken and was owned by the local chieftains. Thus, if there was a Filipino family with the lastname “Rama” whos paternal ancestry is originaly from Castille during the time our country was a collony of Spain then their ancestor did not arrive in the islands directly from Spain and registered as “Rama” :-).

      • @Ariadna

        There is indeed a Spanish version of the surname “Rama” that originated in Castille but we are reffering to the Filipino last name “Rama” where evidence show that the majority of Filipinos with the last name trace their origins to Cebu which supports my original claim of it’s of pre-colonial origins. If you are reffering to the Spanish lastnames given-away during the Claveria Act, all the variations of Rama, Ramos, dela Rama etc are not included in the list ( http://www.bibingka.com/names/ ) due to the fact that the Spanish version also has noble origins ( they even have their own crest- https://www.houseofnames.com/rama-family-crest ). If you are talking about the possibility that there was a Spanish immigrant with the lastname Rama in Cebu who gave his lastname to his descendants prior to the Claveria Act, he could either be an Officiales, an Encomiendero or Spanish friar (but only the 1st 2 could pass on their lastname since children of any member of the clergy are deemed eligitimate). There were only a handfull of Spanish nobles who arrived for the collonization and the closest there was to the lastname Rama was registered as “Ramos” who’s descendants became the oficiales of Pangasinan and “Dela Rama” became one of the Encomienderos of Ilo-ilo because the last name Rama was already taken and was owned by the family of the local chieftains. Therefore, if there was a Filipino family who’s paternal ancestor has “Rama” as a lastname originaly from Castille during the time our country was a collony of Spain, he did NOT register “Rama” as his lastname when he arrives on our shores. :-).

      • @Ariadna

        There is indeed a Spanish version of the surname “Rama” that originated in Castille but we are reffering to the Filipino last name “Rama” where evidence show that the majority of Filipinos with the last name trace their origins to Cebu which supports my original claim of it’s of pre-colonial origins. If you are reffering to the Spanish lastnames given-away during the Claveria Act, all the variations of Rama, Ramos, dela Rama etc are not included in the list ( http://www.bibingka.com/names/ ) due to the fact that the Spanish version also has noble origins ( they even have their own crest- https://www.houseofnames.com/rama-family-crest ). If you are talking about the possibility that there was a Spanish immigrant with the lastname Rama in Cebu who gave his lastname to his descendants prior to the Claveria Act, he could either be an Officiales, an Encomiendero or Spanish friar (but only the 1st 2 could pass on their lastname since children of any member of the clergy are deemed eligitimate). There were only a handfull of Spanish nobles who arrived for the collonization and the closest there was to the lastname Rama was registered as “Ramos” who’s descendants became the oficiales of Pangasinan and “Dela Rama” became one of the Encomiendero clan of Ilo-ilo because the last name “Rama” was already taken and was owned by the clan of the local chieftains. Therefore, if there was a Filipino family who’s paternal ancestor has “Rama” as a lastname originaly from Castille during the time our country was a collony of Spain, he did NOT register “Rama” as his lastname when he arrives on our shores. :-).

      • @Ariadna

        There is indeed a Spanish version of the surname “Rama” that originated in Castille but we are reffering to the Filipino last name “Rama” where evidence show that the majority of Filipinos with the last name trace their origins to Cebu which supports my original claim of it’s of pre-colonial origins. If you are reffering to the Spanish lastnames given-away during the Claveria Act, all the variations of Rama, Ramos, dela Rama etc are not included in the list ( http://www.bibingka.com/names/ ) due to the fact that the Spanish version also has noble origins ( they even have their own crest- https://www.houseofnames.com/rama-family-crest ). If you are talking about the possibility that there was a Spanish immigrant with the lastname Rama in Cebu who gave his lastname to his descendants prior to the Claveria Act, he could either be an Officiales, an Encomiendero or Spanish friar (but only the 1st 2 could pass on their lastname since children of any member of the clergy are deemed eligitimate). There were only a handfull of Spanish nobles who arrived for the collonization and the closest there was to the lastname Rama was registered as “Ramos” who’s descendants became the oficiales of Pangasinan and “Dela Rama” became one of the Encomienderos of Ilo-ilo because the last name Rama was already taken and was owned by the family of the local chieftains. Therefore, if there was a Filipino family who’s paternal ancestor has “Rama” as a lastname originaly from Castille during the time our country was a collony of Spain, he did NOT register “Rama” as his lastname after he arrived on our shores. 🙂

      • @Ariadna

        There is indeed a Spanish version of the surname “Rama” that originated in Castille but we are reffering to the Filipino last name “Rama” where evidence show that the majority of Filipinos with the last name trace their origins to Cebu which supports my original claim of it’s of pre-colonial origins. If you are reffering to the Spanish lastnames given-away during the Claveria Act, all the variations of Rama, Ramos, dela Rama etc are not included in the list ( http://www.bibingka.com/names/ ) due to the fact that the Spanish version also has noble origins ( they even have their own crest- https://www.houseofnames.com/rama-family-crest ). If you are talking about the possibility that there was a Spanish immigrant with the lastname Rama in Cebu who gave his lastname to his descendants prior to the Claveria Act, he could either be an Officiales, an Encomiendero or Spanish friar (but only the 1st 2 could pass on their lastname since children of any member of the clergy are deemed eligitimate). There were only a handfull of Spanish nobles who arrived for the collonization and the closest there was to the lastname Rama was registered as “Ramos” who’s descendants became the oficiales of Pangasinan and “Dela Rama” became one of the Encomienderos of Ilo-ilo because the last name Rama was already taken and was owned by the family of the local chieftains. Therefore, if there was a Filipino family who’s paternal ancestor has “Rama” as a lastname originaly from Castille during the time our country was a collony of Spain, he did NOT register “Rama” as his lastname after he arrived on our shores. :-).

    • Where is c2f? Pls teach these stupidos some Philippine history. Kakahiya kayo lol

  16. Hmmm…seems that Eric Morely has favored India beauty queens so many times amongst Asian nations. I will not be surprised by that since India was once a Brit colony. Venezuela was very aggressive during those times where many countries are so passive. And one morning, we woke up and realised that Venezuela has garnered the most number of crowns.

    Gising Pinas…Powerhouse! Aim for back to back!

  17. ‘The Philippines and Spain now, have a good relationship with each other, we were colonized by the Spaniards and we have their traditions and family names up to this day. Seeing two confidently beautiful women with a purpose and a heart winning MW and MU is not surprising at all. And even europeans are not lucky in winning MU, actually they must somehow be happy since the current MU is a half German. So i don’t see any problem at all!

      • @ Tissa

        100 percent European blood MW.

        MU
        50 percent German
        25 percent Spanish ( Alonzo family name)
        25 percent Filipino

        You are actually right

      • How much of YOUR blood is Asian? Sige nga. Almost 100% of Filipinos (aside from the indigenous peoples) are a mix of another race. I, for example, am part Malay, Chinese, Japanese and Spanish. So, I’m not 100% Pinoy? Come on.

      • Guys i just responded to Miss Tissa’s ‘percentage’ as you may read. I’m not saying that PIa is not Pinoy.My point is we pinoys are happy whenever, where ever a filipino or partly filipino wins or excel..I believe the Germans or europeans (if not all) as well are happy for her win.And Big credits to her father who being a German (‘dance with my father) and also to those who molded her as to who she became now. KAPAYAPAAN SA SANLIBUTAN PLS!

      • how can you say that is 25% Spanish just because of the last name Alonzo… helloo..majority ng Pilipinas Spanish/Latin sounding ang last name….but that doesnt mean na may Hispanic descent sila… remember? sinakop tayo ng mga Kastila for more than 300 years.. at bukod sa Religion atbp, isa yang mga last name na yan ang namana natin sa kanila…

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