Hello from England

Hello, ang pangalan ko ay Abraham. Ako ay Briton, and I live in England, too. I love training and nutrition. I am coming to the Philippines in December and thought that there isn't a better way to learn a bit about how to speak better Tagalog than to converse with likeminded people.

Nice to meet you all.

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  • JettieJettie Posts: 3,763B-Class
    Welcome sir, it's good to know someone like you join us here.
  • RockcenaRockcena Posts: 603
    welcome to pbb!
  • DregPittDregPitt Posts: 987
    welcome. btw are you familiar with www.meatspin.com ?
  • milksworthmilksworth Posts: 3,138
    Welcome dude!
  • RockcenaRockcena Posts: 603
    what the! haha!
  • allen101allen101 Posts: 5,102
    Welcome to PBB.

    and Welcome to the Philippines!

    Hehehe
  • GreenspinGreenspin Posts: 12
    Thanks for the welcome guys.
    DregPitt wrote:
    welcome. btw are you familiar with www.meatspin.com ?

    That's grim, lol. I'm a member of an English forum where I represent a supplements company and that sort of thing would get you banned haha - unless it's posted in one of the private forums.
  • DregPittDregPitt Posts: 987
    hehe im just kiddin. welcome to the site. goodluck to your goals brah!
  • StannisStannis Posts: 1,377B-Class
    Welcome! What football team do you support?
  • GreenspinGreenspin Posts: 12
    DregPitt wrote:
    hehe im just kiddin. welcome to the site. goodluck to your goals brah!

    Cheers mate. So are the members of this site from one general area of the Philippines, or is it pretty spread out? I know someone who lives in Navotas City, Manila. I'm going on a Sagada tour, and also might be visiting my friends home province of Cabanatuan City. Is anyone familiar with these places?


    It's strange that when you use certain words, they come up as pictures, lol.
  • badass_vinchbadass_vinch Posts: 4,459A-Class
    welcome bro... hope to learn from you. by the way, the places you're going to visit have their own local dialect (sagada and cabanatuan). not everyone there is fluent in tagalog but they can understand. you will need a tour guide especially in sagada.

    live&dieNATURAL

  • genj03genj03 Posts: 5
    Dec 28 Annual bonfire at Sagada, Enjoy!
  • CoreCore Posts: 2,508B-Class
    Had a cousin taking up biochem at same place.
    Welcome...
  • GreenspinGreenspin Posts: 12
    Core wrote:
    Had a cousin taking up biochem at same place.
    Welcome...

    Hi mate, thanks. I'm doing biochemistry at the University of Bristol, is that where your cousin went?
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