Admin: Finally! The last one. I cant believe I actually finished something! I really should put a limit in my panels. ugh..
Philippines: Yes! And we finished it with most of my dignity still intact.
Admin: Anyway, finally back to finishing the regular questions and other request. Thanx for participating in this game, and thank you for the patience!Panel 2 For Brunei : Salamat
by Yeng Constantino www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezWjKP…
I couldnt find one with an english translation, so I translated the chorus myself (If you want me to translate the whole song for you, feel free to ask me. I dont mind). I really like this song. It is about singing a song of thanks for the person that has changed your life. I guess it can be viewed romantically owo , but its still more of a song of thanx. I may be wrong, but Brunei seems to be the only country involved in Philippine history that has always had a generally good relationship with the Philippines. Please let me know if Im wrong.Accordind to Pigafetta, the Italian chronicler guy who was with the first Spaniards in the Philippines, the Sultan of Brunei (If Im not mistaken, also the citizens) can speak several languages including the Tagalog language spoken in the Kingdom of Manila.Panel 3 For Spain: You've Got a Friend in Me
(Spanish Ver) from Toy Story 3 www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOVjDu…
If Im not mistaken, the part i used in the panel is the one that translates to this line 'Some other folks might be a little bit smarter than I am, bigger and stronger too...'. Im not sure. I dont speak Spanish. But it sure sounds cool. hehePanel 4 For Mexico: Big Brother, Best Friends Forever
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LV3El…
I...I have no explanation...Panel 5 For America: fav.me/d6g0o18
Its platonic. Your arguments are invalid!Panel 6 For Japan: Here Comes the Sun
by The Beatles www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYRTIK…
Its amazing how much the relationship of these two countries have improved since WW2. Maybe the wounds havent healed completely, Im not sure, but its pretty obvious that the relationship just gets better as years pass by.Note: In case youre wondering what a shot gun wedding is (not sure if its just a Philippines thing), it is a forced wedding. It is a common gag in comedy shows where the father of the bride is literally holding a shotgun in the altar so that the groom will be forced to marry his daughter. This happens when the father has found out that the guy has 'dishonored'(sorry, I couldnt think of a better term) his daughter, or the daughter has claimed that the guy he wants to marry has 'dishonored' her (depending on the setting of the show, or how conservative the dad is, 'dishonor' could mean pre-marital sex, to something as simple as holding hands). I hope its not true though, but I have seen this gag several times in old Philippine comedy movies and series. There could be some real life basis for this! Who knows o_0
*Kuya = Big brother
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