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rude

Last Update: 2013-09-20
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dasdsadasdsadasdasdaegzoited it just mean excited.

egzoited

Last Update: 2014-01-13
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Case 4: Our Secret Constellation. Budjette Tan and KaJO Baldisimo, author and illustrator respectively of Trese didn’t envision the comic to be as popular or as long as three volumes. Hence, Volume 1 was written as a standalone. Taken on its own, one feels it’s very much like picking up a Spider Man or Batman comic book and appreciating it as that one issue. I love that Trese began in Balete drive and 13th street. If there was one place in Metro Capt. Guerrero & Alexandra Trese Manila where urban legends of white ladies and car accidents should happen its Balete drive. Paying homage to that part of the city with the case of the dead white lady was, I believe, a good way to start. From case 1, we pick up a few things about our main protagonist. She had connections with the police (Capt. Guerrero) and was called over for cases that are beyond forensic investigation. The dynamic between Trese and Guerrero is reminiscent of Batman a Commissioner Gordon. I get the feel of Batman more as I got through the novel. Parts of me felt like Trese was a cooler Batman (she’s a girl that kick’s ass…I mean seriously, how can she not be cooler than Batman?! Lol). While Batman’s choices of weapon are far more technologically advance than Trese, we are introduced to Trese’s choice of weapon in volume 1. It’s referred to as Sinag—a Kris like blade. A similar blade is used by Lam-ang in Mythology class. A Kris is said to be both a weapon and a spiritual object. It is said to hold a presence or essence. We also meet her sidekicks—the kambal—referred to as half-breeds (or half-aswangs). The Kambal in full battle gear wear a mask (one sad and one happy) and a healthy appetite for battles and shooting.

thirteen issues of budjette 5 story tan Tagalog

Last Update: 2014-08-11
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Once upon atime . . . there lived a woman who had no children. She dreamed of having a little girl, but time went by, and her dream never came true. She then went to visit a witch, who gave her a magic grain of barley. She planted it in a flower pot. And the very next day, the grain had turned into a lovely flower, rather like a tulip. The woman softly kissed its half-shut petals. And as though by magic, the flower opened in full blossom. Inside sat a tiny girl, no bigger than a thumb. The woman called her Thumbelina. For a bed she had a walnut shell, violet petals for her mattress and a rose petal blanket. In the daytime, she played in a tulip petal boat, floating on a plate of water. Using two horse hairs as oars, Thumbelina sailed around her little lake, singing and singing in a gentle sweet voice. Then one night, as she lay fast asleep in her walnut shell, a large frog hopped through a hole in the window pane. As she gazed down at Thumbelina, she said to herself: "How pretty she is! She'd make the perfect bride for my own dear son!" She picked up Thumbelina, walnut shell and all, and hopped into the garden. Nobody saw her go.Back at the pond, her fat ugly son, who always did as mother told him, was pleased with her choice. But mother frog was afraid that her pretty prisoner might run away. So she carried Thumbellna out to a water lily leaf ln the middle of the pond. "She can never escape us now," said the frog to her son. "And we have plenty of time to prepare a new home for you and your bride." Thumbelina was left all alone. She felt so desperate. She knew she would never be able to escape the fate that awaited her with the two horrid fat frogs. All she could do was cry her eyes out. However, one or two minnows who had been enjoying the shade below the water lily leaf, had overheard the two frogs talking, and the little girl's bitter sobs. They decided to do something about it. So they nibbled away at the lily stem till it broke and drifted away in the weak current. A dancing butterfly had an idea: "Throw me the end of your belt! I'll help you to move a little faster!" Thumbelina gratefully did so, and the leaf soon floated away from the frog pond. But other dangers lay ahead. A large beetle snatched Thumbelina with his strong feet and took her away to his home at the top of a leafy tree. "Isn't she pretty?" he said to his friends. But they pointed out that she was far too different. So the beetle took her down the tree and set her free. It was summertime, and Thumbelina wandered all by herself amongst the flowers and through the long grass. She had pollen for her meals and drank the dew. Then the rainy season came, bringing nastyweather. The poor child found it hard to find food and shelter. When winter set in, she suffered from the cold and felt terrible pangs of hunger. One day, as Thumbelina roamed helplessly over the bare meadows, she met a large spider who promised to help her. He took her to a hollow tree and guarded the door with a stout web. Then he brought her some dried chestnuts and called his friends to come and admire her beauty. But just like the beetles, all the other spiders persuaded Thumbelina's rescuer to let her go. Crying her heart out, and quite certain that nobody wanted her because she was ugly, Thumbelina left the spider's house. As she wandered, shivering with the cold, suddenly she came across a solid little cottage, made of twigs and dead leaves. Hopefully, she knocked on the door. It was opened by a field mouse. "What are you doing outside in this weather?" he asked. "Come in and warm yourself." Comfortable and cozy, the field mouse's home was stocked with food. For her keep, Thumbelina did the housework and told the mouse stories. One day, the field mouse said a friend was coming to visit them. "He's a very rich mole, and has a lovely house. He wears a splendid black fur coat, but he's dreadfully shortsighted. He needs company and he'd like to marry you!" Thumbelina did not relish the idea. However, when the mole came, she sang sweetly to him and he fell head over heels in love. The mole invited Thumbelina and the field mouse to visit him, but . . . to their surprise and horror, they came upon a swallow in the tunnel. It looked dead. Mole nudged it wi his foot, saying: "That'll teach her! She should have come underground instead of darting about the sky all summer!" Thumbelina was so shocked by such cruel words that later, she crept back unseen to the tunnel. And every day, the little girl went to nurse the swallow and tenderly give it food. In the meantime, the swallow told Thumbelina its tale. Jagged by a thorn, it had been unable to follow its companions to a warmer climate. "It's kind of you to nurse me," it told Thumbelina. But, in spring, the swallow flew away, after offering to take the little girl with it. All summer, Thumbelina did her best to avoid marrying the mole. The little girl thought fearfully of how she'd have to live underground forever. On the eve of her wedding, she asked to spend a day in the open air. As she gently fingered a flower, she heard a familiar song: "Winter's on its way and I'll be off to warmer lands. Come with me!" Thumbelina quickly clung to her swallow friend, and the bird soared into the sky. They flew over plains and hills till they reached a country of flowers. The swallow gently laid Thumbelina in a blossom. There she met a tiny, white-winged fairy: the King of the Flower Fairies. Instantly, he asked her to marry him. Thumbelina eagerly said "yes", and sprouting tiny white wings, she became the Flower Queen!

the first monkey story maranao version

Last Update: 2014-08-11
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Family life is of utmost importance and holds a strong place in this culture. The Malay culture is native to Malaysia. It is a place which boasts of a rich cultural heritage. The country sees a healthy mix of various tribes such as the Malay, the Chinese and even the Indians. The Malaysian culture has also witnessed heavy influences from the other cultures as well. Malaysia also offers you loads of things to do and beautiful sights to see and one can notice that its culture is as beautiful as the place. Here's a look at the culture of Malaysia and factors associated with it.

Culture of the Philippines

Last Update: 2014-08-10
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Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like. Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like. Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like.

Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like. Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like.r

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CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation type full sentencCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation e in your langageCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation

type full sentencCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation e in your langageCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation

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Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like.

story of how pilandok crosses the rive Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like.r

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story of how pilandok crosses the rive Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like.r

Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like.

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Heirarchy of gods. The Tagabawa are polyhteistic. They have a wide array of diwata or gods to whom their songs and myths are addressed. Among these is Tiguaima, the creator, assisted by the lesser gods like Mamal-e, creator of the earth, Macoreret, creator of the air, Domacolen, creator of the mountains, and Macaponguis, creator of water. Other diwatas are the Manama, dispenser of reward and punishment, and Todlai, the patron of marriage who is offered buyo and rice. The Bagobos also believe in a pantheon of demons. Darago is the great demon assisted by lesser demons like Colambusan, Abac, Tagamaling, Comalay, and Siring. Rituals. The daily activities of the Tagabawa are marked by rituals. Areca nuts, betel leaves, food, clothing, and brass instruments are all placed on altars for the blessing of their diwata. Through such offerings they obtain immunity from malignancy spirits called buso and spirits of the departed.

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