Suggested Hugot line is: “Tara, laro tayo!”
Common, let’s play!
Suggested Hugot line is: “Mabuti ng malaman mo, ako ito…” It’s good you know who I am.
Suggested Hugot line is: “Eto lang naman ang kinakain ko.” It is very common for a Filipino to say it’s what they can afford to eat.
Bah-humbug is an expression used to show disgust at the Christmas season.
Suggested Hugot line is: “Pinoy ako, wala sa akin ito!” Filipinos are known for their love for Christmas. The hugot lines mean “I am a Filipino, this does not apply to me.”
Super Grover uses his superpowers to help others, though generally, he ends up not being much help at all, while they end up solving the problem themselves. Suggested Filipino Hugot line is: “Mabuti ng me ginagawa, kesa wala.” It’s better for me to be doing something than not doing anything at all.
Suggested Filipino Hugot line is: “Filipino time o American time?” Filipino time always start late. Filipinos are accustomed to ask if an event they are attending will start Filipino time or American time.
Suggested Filipino Hugot line is: “Eto, kasama ang buong tropa sa bangketa.” Filipinos love to hang out on side streets with friends. This tells how they are on the streets hanging out with their friends.
Suggested Filipino Hugot line is: “Paskong kay saya.” A very Merry Christmas.
Suggested Filipino Hugot line is: “Pasko, pasko, pasko na namang muli.” A favorite Filipino rhythm that tells how Christmas is here again.
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