GROW APPLE TREES AND HONEY BEES AND SNOW WHITE TURTLE DOVES

September 26, 2005

one sure sign na ang kakilala ninyo ay lumaki during the 1970’s pag nagsabi siya ng:

1. “toga” imbes na “sapatos”

2. “yoyo” imbes na “relos”

3. “bread” imbes na “pera”

4. “stir” imbes na “pinapaikot mo lang ata ako eh”

5. “farout” imbes na “wow, ang galing!”

6. “magkano ang score mo diyan” instead na “magkano ang bili mo riyan”

7. “toma” instead na “inom”

8. “sindihan na yan” imbes na… ano bang current name para dito.

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  1. Jet Says:

    groovy, in na in, baduy…

    tigidig…

    bokya (?)

  2. Robbie Says:

    Hindi ko alam, pero mas lumaki ako sa ’80s, pero yung sounds ng mga uncle ko ay natanim sa psyche ko (asin, juan dela cruz);

    ang tsikot dati … ride na ngayon
    ang haybol naman … crib na
    ang repapips naman … dude na ngayon
    ang bebot naman … ay babe?

  3. MarchOne Says:

    Noong elementary ako, uso pa ang Wakasan,
    sinusubaybayan ko
    ang nobelang Tubig at Langis; ang Movie Especial na komiks kung saan
    kapanapanabik ang bawat eksena sa buhay ni Zuma na siya namang ama ni
    Galema. Sa komiks ang tawag sa babaeng nagbebenta ng panandaliang
    aliw ay baylerina. Kinalaunan, naging belyas, tapos naging English,
    hospitality girls tapos ngayon GRO.

    Elementary ako nang makagisnan ko ang batiang “Give Me Five”.
    Masyado yatang pormal ang handshake kaya “Give me Five, Man” ang
    pumalit. Tuwang-tuwa ang mga magulang kapag natutunan ng kanilang
    anak na paslit ang mag-give me five. Tapos sa mga American games, naging
    High Five o “Give me five, up here!” Hindi pahuhuli ang Pinoy basta
    galing sa America. Ang “Give me five, up here” ay naging “Appear”. Halos
    lahat yata ng Pinoy babies ganito ang series of training, “Anak, where is
    the light; where is the moon?” Ang nadagdag, “Appear! Appear!” At dahil
    sa E.T. ni Speilberg, “Align, Align!” Again, Tuwang-tuwa ang mga magulang.

  4. MarchOne Says:

    Hey,I read this thepinoy.com

    Noong elementary ako, uso pa ang Wakasan, sinusubaybayan ko
    ang nobelang Tubig at Langis; ang Movie Especial na komiks kung saan
    kapanapanabik ang bawat eksena sa buhay ni Zuma na siya namang ama ni
    Galema. Sa komiks ang tawag sa babaeng nagbebenta ng panandaliang
    aliw ay baylerina. Kinalaunan, naging belyas, tapos naging English,
    hospitality girls tapos ngayon GRO.

    Elementary ako nang makagisnan ko ang batiang “Give Me Five”.
    Masyado yatang pormal ang handshake kaya “Give me Five, Man” ang
    pumalit. Tuwang-tuwa ang mga magulang kapag natutunan ng kanilang
    anak na paslit ang mag-give me five. Tapos sa mga American games, naging
    High Five o “Give me five, up here!” Hindi pahuhuli ang Pinoy basta
    galing sa America. Ang “Give me five, up here” ay naging “Appear”. Halos
    lahat yata ng Pinoy babies ganito ang series of training, “Anak, where is
    the light; where is the moon?” Ang nadagdag, “Appear! Appear!” At dahil
    sa E.T. ni Speilberg, “Align, Align!” Again, Tuwang-tuwa ang mga magulang.

  5. KIKO Says:

    batjay, yung “berkman” Or ” happy feet” kasama ba sa 70’s? plus rayban na “shooter”, blue jeans, long hair, dehins goli hahaha, plus john lennons glasses


  6. uy happy feet – usong uso yan nung 1st year high school ako. pati nga mga lalaki naka happy feet. ang sarap ngang hatawin sa mukha ng bakya.


  7. ngyahahaha – oo nga robbie, mga binalitad na salita: tsikot, bogtsi, haybols, tomguts, nevespu at saka wapois

  8. Capt. Kupal Says:

    groovy kind of love, mylab?

    lab U!

  9. demonyito Says:

    salamat march 1, salamat march 1.


  10. hey roy! thanks again for the CD. it came in handy especially with the move here to california. beats the homesickness every time. cheers! i’ll look up the flickr site – is this yours?


  11. wow, you have more pictures of my brother than i have of him. where did you get all these? it brought back a lot of memories seeing adam, basha and delilah. the house in villaruel as well – sigh.

    thanks man.

  12. auee Says:

    #8 lang ang di familiar sa akin… To be honest kahit 80’s/90’s “kid” ako, a lot of my friends, inc. me, use those terms… walang stir

  13. redjeulle Says:

    gets ko lahat pwera lang yoyo…pano naging yoyo ang relos?

  14. Fr. Jakolito Says:

    paano naging yoyo ang relos? yan ang isa sa mga misteryo sa tuwa. siguro dahil mukhang face ng yoyo ang mga relo. i really don’t know – nakagisnan ko na lang yon.


  15. hi auee – hanggang ngayon naman we still use those terms. walang stir din. i know nag carry over ang lingo from the 70’s to the 80’s. we came of age during the 80’s as well and used the language of our older brothers and sisters.

  16. sis Says:

    i’d like to teach the world to sing, in perfect harmony, i’d like to hold it in my arms, and keep it company…

    ahahahaha! yes, that’s so 70s!!! (i mean that in a very good way). i’ve seen a revival of it recently–i don’t watch tv often (almost never), so it was quite a moment for me to see the 21st-century version of that ditty (brought-back-memories-kind-of-moment).


  17. it’s the real thing – one of the most successful ad of all time. coke got a lot of publicity when they released the TV version during the 70’s. i remember this song very well, it was one of my favorites when i was growing up. i saw the new version and didn’t like it – i don’t see it anymore. siguro the reviews were bad.

  18. sis Says:

    oo, when we were kids, inaabangan din namin ‘yung commercial na yun!

    bitaw–there was something off kilter about the newer version. it had promise, but did not pack as much punch as the orig one.

  19. len castro Says:

    sindihan na yan?sa amin sa nueva ecija pag may tumirik na sasakyan, yan ang isinisigaw sa pobreng driver…sindihan na yan!! as in bulok na kasi…yan and alam ng promdi pero baka sa taga siyudad e…”pot?”


  20. pag may bulok na sasakyan, sinasabi namin eh either “dalhin na yan sa cavite para gawing kapitan ng talaba” or “eto ang posporo, sunugin mo na lang”.


  21. i think the reason why i didn’t like the new coke commercial is because of the arrangement – it was so pop music sounding. the homeliness is no longer there.

  22. Robbie Says:

    Sir Batjay,
    From your previous posts, very vocal ka sa music influences mo na mostly 70s rock and roll. Curious lang ako, with all these influences, which modern rock songs do you fancy nowadays? I mean, may certain rock band ba ngayon na okay sa’yo?

  23. rolly Says:

    e yung durog? naalala mo pa? Double line, triple line, sweet paper, omads, ekis, I can go on and on. hahaha


  24. ngyehehe… i remember the sweet paper most of all. kinakain ko kasi yung stock ng sweet paper ng mga kuya ko. i would find out much later kung para saan ito. hehehe.

    sindihan na yan!!!


  25. nice question robbie – the music of DMB, i guess. metallica, U2, REM. although these bands are not really “NEW”. the nice thing about the artists that i like is that they are still around – springsteen, the stones, the who, deep purple, neil young, crosby stills and nash, fleetwood mac, paul simon, pepe smith, eric clapton, dylan, the eagles.

    they are not just “around” but they are still writing music to this day so they are still fresh, current and better than any of the new pop groups that have come out.

  26. Jepoi Says:

    sindihan na yan – hmmmmm…. lets blow job it ata po kuya bat jay. hehehehehe. props po sa inyo!


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