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Mr. Violence
12-06-2004, 02:57 PM
Pacman is P4P one of the greatest fighters in the world. And he is one of my favorite fighters. I am just curious to know, how popular is he in the Phillipines? Is he as big there as Ali was in the USA.....basically a walking,living legend, almost god-like status?. Just curious to know because watching Pacman fight has got me interested in the Fillipino culture.

m00ks
12-06-2004, 03:02 PM
Politicians line up to have his picture taken with him. He walks around with 6 bodyguards. He is as big of a superstar in the Phillippines as Ali was in the USA if not bigger. He is a close friend of the president and her family. He is BIG lol.

abdiel2k3
12-06-2004, 03:27 PM
Politicians line up to have his picture taken with him. He walks around with 6 bodyguards. He is as big of a superstar in the Phillippines as Ali was in the USA if not bigger. He is a close friend of the president and her family. He is BIG lol.
does he get stuff free?
if so
why didnt someone give him a good pair of socks
lol

pnksntdead
12-06-2004, 03:40 PM
well, the last time i was there he just suffered his 2nd loss to 3k battery (1999, i think). he was already popular to fight fans. having beat barrera, i think crossed over to the mainstream philippine pop culture. if he ever records an album there, i'm pretty sure it's gonna go platinum, regardless whether he sould sing or not:)

tri4ben2
12-06-2004, 04:22 PM
Did he already lose to the guy he is fighting this weekend?

Or is this a situation where every fighter has the nickname "3K battery"?

Anyway, before the JMM fight, they did a little special on him, and it seemed like he was huge.

psychopath
12-07-2004, 07:29 PM
does he get stuff free?
if so
why didnt someone give him a good pair of socks
lol


No Bro he doesn't . . . even the president of the country doesn't get any free stuff now a days . . . but he do gets a lot of endorsement offers.

As to the socks somebody did! He is now going to wear a custom made sock just to promote the brand. :D

psychopath
12-07-2004, 07:31 PM
Did he already lose to the guy he is fighting this weekend?

Or is this a situation where every fighter has the nickname "3K battery"?

Anyway, before the JMM fight, they did a little special on him, and it seemed like he was huge.



No Bro . . . 3K is just the main sponsor for the boxing stable that FASHAN is under. So there are a lot of 3K fighters :D he haven't fought this guy yet.

THRILLAinmanila
12-07-2004, 07:46 PM
Pacman is not just popular, he is looked up to by many , especially those who come from humble beginnings as the Great Hope.

Everyone is excited about seeing him in action this weekend against Fahsan. Who would like to make straight bets with me? I have loads of cash to bet on. Pacman vs 3K, just win or lose , doesnt matter how :) :D

MexicanBoxer
12-07-2004, 09:09 PM
He must get all kinds of philipino puzzy damn imagine being that big in a small country damn all the things u want.

kadyo
12-07-2004, 11:18 PM
nah. hey are mexicans like that?
pacman is as conservative as your grea-great gand papa can ever be amigo.
You obviously don't know anything about our country micho so watch your mouth.

THRILLAinmanila
12-07-2004, 11:33 PM
I agree with kadyo. Pacman is not that kind of a person. If he wanted yes, but he is a gentleman superstar.

abdiel2k3
12-08-2004, 12:01 AM
I agree with kadyo. Pacman is not that kind of a person. If he wanted yes, but he is a gentleman superstar.
well i think thats what mexican boxer meant
its their available for him
and dont think u know pacquiao more then us
none of us really know him
idk who said it
but pay attention
"dont ever fall in love with a boxer, he'll only break your heart"

THRILLAinmanila
12-08-2004, 12:20 AM
well i think thats what mexican boxer meant
its their available for him
and dont think u know pacquiao more then us
none of us really know him
idk who said it
but pay attention
"dont ever fall in love with a boxer, he'll only break your heart"


yo Mr. Mexican don't be hurt by what I said.
Just saying what I know about Pac coz I think we know a little better. He's a Filipino remember ? Peace

abdiel2k3
12-08-2004, 12:31 AM
yo Mr. Mexican don't be hurt by what I said.
Just saying what I know about Pac coz I think we know a little better. He's a Filipino remember ? Peace
LOL
i wasnt hurt
i am mr mexican as ya know
and recently had my heart broken by a what i feel was less den 100% effort by morales
no doubt he gave it his all toward the end but i think he gave away some rounds

im just sayin
i thought of morales as u think of pacquiao
not to say i dont still think of him like that

THRILLAinmanila
12-08-2004, 12:33 AM
LOL
i wasnt hurt
i am mr mexican as ya know
and recently had my heart broken by a what i feel was less den 100% effort by morales
no doubt he gave it his all toward the end but i think he gave away some rounds

im just sayin
i thought of morales as u think of pacquiao
not to say i dont still think of him like that


Yup I hear ya
I think though that Morales will be back with a
vengeance in his next fight. He's got too much of a heart
not to come back in the ring and regain his righful place

abdiel2k3
12-08-2004, 12:36 AM
Yup I hear ya
I think though that Morales will be back with a
vengeance in his next fight. He's got too much of a heart
not to come back in the ring and regain his righful place
yup
without a doubt

nadz
12-08-2004, 01:56 AM
He must get all kinds of philipino puzzy damn imagine being that big in a small country damn all the things u want.
hey Mexican watch your words man!You dunno the culture of being pilipino., and please keep yur mouth sh_t up...

abdiel2k3
12-08-2004, 02:12 AM
hey Mexican watch your words man!You dunno the culture of being pilipino., and please keep yur mouth sh_t up...
lmao
u guys r really taken his comment to serious

THRILLAinmanila
12-08-2004, 02:15 AM
lmao
u guys r really taken his comment to serious


as you said..its dangerous to talk about fighters from your country :D

ok guys lets move on ... i think mexican boxer there wasn't serious. If he was let me know so I can kick the **** out of him

julDilla
12-08-2004, 02:33 AM
now that i think about it, yea he must get a lot of *****

kadyo
12-08-2004, 03:11 AM
now that i think about it, yea he must get a lot of *****

I think B-hop my idol looks ***** with that golden boy ****!

julDilla
12-08-2004, 03:18 AM
I think B-hop my idol looks ***** with that golden boy ****!
u look at how u want to, i look at it as smart buisiness man, u on the other hand say its gay, get ur head of the gutter

kadyo
12-08-2004, 03:37 AM
u look at how u want to, i look at it as smart buisiness man, u on the other hand say its gay, get ur head of the gutter

read again koko! You missed it!

julDilla
12-08-2004, 03:39 AM
read again koko! You missed it!
Hopkins looks like *****?

Great
12-08-2004, 02:16 PM
The national hero.:)

lapulapu
12-08-2004, 10:10 PM
PACMAN should run for President of the Philippines after he retires from boxing. But he needs to get the superfeatherweight belt from MAB.

Epie2
12-08-2004, 11:06 PM
How popular is Pacman in the Phillipines?

He's so popular he can win the Presidency of the country even against George Bush.

Mr. Violence
12-08-2004, 11:09 PM
He's so popular he can win the Presidency of the country even against George Bush.



thats pretty damn popular

grayfist
12-09-2004, 03:34 AM
A bit of indication of how HUGE PAC is in the Philippines:

When he faced Marquez, the Philippine National Police reported a total, yes, Total Absence of Crime in the two hours or so that everyone was glued to the TV sets throughout the country! ;) No Felony, no misdemeanor...not even a traffic violation! ;)

The country just seemed to PAUSE!!!

Perhaps, even the notorious Abu Sayaff took time out from pilaging! :o

julDilla
12-09-2004, 03:42 AM
He's so popular he can win the Presidency of the country even against George Bush.
well duh, thats the stupidest thing i ever heard, what are you trying to say that bush can be president of the phillipines? :rolleyes:

julDilla
12-09-2004, 03:43 AM
A bit of indication of how HUGE PAC is in the Philippines:

When he faced Marquez, the Philippine National Police reported a total, yes, Total Absence of Crime in the two hours or so that everyone was glued to the TV sets throughout the country! ;) No Felony, no misdemeanor...not even a traffic violation! ;)

The country just seemed to PAUSE!!!

Perhaps, even the notorious Abu Sayaff took time out from pilaging! :o
dont know who abu sayaff is, can u tell me a lil more about him?

about the whole country pausing , thats just crazy, it must feel good to have a whole country behind you supporting you

grayfist
12-09-2004, 03:55 AM
dont know who abu sayaff is, can u tell me a lil more about him?

about the whole country pausing , thats just crazy, it must feel good to have a whole country behind you supporting you

Abu Sayaff used to be a group of rebels seeking independence for their part of the Philippine islands. After their founder died, they appeared to have lost their moorings, and became no more than bandits; raping women, torching towns and abducting tourists (for ransom)! The most celebrated case that I can recall was the one about two or three years ago in a beach resort in Palawan. They beheaded one of their American captives while another was killed by a gun; if memory serves.

Lately, it has been reported that they have become Al Quaeda's arm in the Philippines and is said to have direct contacts with the top brass of that terror net, including Bin Ladin himself.


As for feeling good for being backed up by an entire nation, I'm afraid it can also work the other way: it can be a ton on Manny's shoulders! :(

JOM'S
12-09-2004, 07:04 AM
dont know who abu sayaff is, can u tell me a lil more about him?

about the whole country pausing , thats just crazy, it must feel good to have a whole country behind you supporting you

yeah he got all the Filipinos support, it started with the Barera fight, all came still and crime levels drop, even the criminals was watching and cheering him fight... :)

JOM'S
12-09-2004, 07:06 AM
Abu Sayaff used to be a group of rebels seeking independence for their part of the Philippine islands. After their founder died, they appeared to have lost their moorings, and became no more than bandits; raping women, torching towns and abducting tourists (for ransom)! The most celebrated case that I can recall was the one about two or three years ago in a beach resort in Palawan. They beheaded one of their American captives while another was killed by a gun; if memory serves.

Lately, it has been reported that they have become Al Quaeda's arm in the Philippines and is said to have direct contacts with the top brass of that terror net, including Bin Ladin himself.


As for feeling good for being backed up by an entire nation, I'm afraid it can also work the other way: it can be a ton on Manny's shoulders! :(

yeah your right its both a source of strength and much burden, but that's the very reason why PAC fight the way he fights, he now do not fight just for himself and his family but he fights for country and countrymen... :)

JaNnO
12-09-2004, 01:09 PM
This is another reason why Pacman is very popular in the Philippines...

Friday, December 10, 2004


‘PacMan’ the philantrophist

By Frank Calapre, Correspondent

FILIPINO fans all knew that Manny Pacquiao had a big fighting heart—now they know that he has a generous and caring one, too.

At a press briefing on Thursday at the Discovery Suites in Pasig City, Pacquiao announced that he would donate P200,000 of his P17-million purse to the victims of the two typhoons that struck Quezon Province last week.

“It’s really from my heart. It might be just a little amount but it comes from my heart,” he said at the conference to drum up interest for his scheduled 12-round nontitle fight against Thai pretender Fahsan 3K Battery on Sunday at the Fort Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.

Read more...
http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2004/dec/10/yehey/sports/20041210spo1.html

Mr. Violence
12-10-2004, 01:56 AM
its great to know that pacman is getting the credit he deserves. he's a great fighter, great champion. 3k battery watch out.

THRILLAinmanila
12-10-2004, 02:08 AM
This is another reason why Pacman is very popular in the Philippines...

Friday, December 10, 2004


‘PacMan’ the philantrophist

By Frank Calapre, Correspondent

FILIPINO fans all knew that Manny Pacquiao had a big fighting heart—now they know that he has a generous and caring one, too.

At a press briefing on Thursday at the Discovery Suites in Pasig City, Pacquiao announced that he would donate P200,000 of his P17-million purse to the victims of the two typhoons that struck Quezon Province last week.

“It’s really from my heart. It might be just a little amount but it comes from my heart,” he said at the conference to drum up interest for his scheduled 12-round nontitle fight against Thai pretender Fahsan 3K Battery on Sunday at the Fort Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.

Read more...
http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2004/dec/10/yehey/sports/20041210spo1.html

..and this is no media gimmick..its Pacman at his humble and generous self. :cool:

Hunna
12-10-2004, 02:35 AM
Of course, pacman is well-known in phillipines, when you ask any Phillipino if they know of pacman, they will smile in recognition....
Pacman is equivalent to the Frank bruno of Britain.

JOM'S
12-10-2004, 02:36 AM
..and this is no media gimmick..its Pacman at his humble and generous self. :cool:

yeah its natural for him to share his blessings with others ... :)

kadyo
12-10-2004, 03:03 AM
yeah its natural for him to share his blessings with others ... :)


And he also likes donating his money to his opponents in ****fights, billiards and tong its.HAHAHAHA!!!! joke bro.

nadz
12-10-2004, 03:25 AM
he's the inspiration of all boxingfans in the phils.

JOM'S
12-10-2004, 03:32 AM
And he also likes donating his money to his opponents in ****fights, billiards and tong its.HAHAHAHA!!!! joke bro.

this also adds up to his popularity, he is just like any Filipino guy who like this kind of stuff, just like one of the boys...

i for one has lost money on ****fights, billiards and the card game tong-its and i am sure kadyo you too....

kadyo
12-10-2004, 04:10 AM
this also adds up to his popularity, he is just like any Filipino guy who like this kind of stuff, just like one of the boys...

i for one has lost money on ****fights, billiards and the card game tong-its and i am sure kadyo you too....

Galing mo bro pero on a smaller scale.

nadz
12-10-2004, 04:53 AM
this also adds up to his popularity, he is just like any Filipino guy who like this kind of stuff, just like one of the boys...

i for one has lost money on ****fights, billiards and the card game tong-its and i am sure kadyo you too....
The reason why jinky hate pacman in ****fight is "mas hinihimas lagi ni pac yung manok kay sa kay jinky"!!!! hehehehe :D :D :D

enegue
12-10-2004, 06:43 AM
Of course, pacman is well-known in phillipines, when you ask any Phillipino if they know of pacman, they will smile in recognition....
Pacman is equivalent to the Frank bruno of Britain.

The big difference is that Manny is a Pound for Pound Champion which Bruno has never been.

THRILLAinmanila
12-10-2004, 07:21 AM
The reason why jinky hate pacman in ****fight is "mas hinihimas lagi ni pac yung manok kay sa kay jinky"!!!! hehehehe :D :D :D

nadz who's that on your avatar ?

grayfist
12-10-2004, 10:39 AM
yeah your right its both a source of strength and much burden, but that's the very reason why PAC fight the way he fights, he now do not fight just for himself and his family but he fights for country and countrymen... :)History tells us that Pac is not the only fighter burdened with such an obligation. In the Philippine setting: Pancho Villa was a national hero; Dado Marino, in his own little way was too! Then there was Ceferino Garcia,the inventor of the notorious "Bolo Punch" and who can arguably be the best that the archipelago ever produced, bar none( though, I won't resent anyone who picks Villa). Garcia fought the best boxing history had to offer, including, Hank Armstrong, whom many consider the best ever; Villa had only 7 losses in over a hundred fights! (Marino was a perenial contender, but never got a break)

Elorde's record does not warrant the kind of respect that the two Filipino champions mentioned above demand; Manny's current record does, but then the story has not ended for Manny; no, not yet. Those who can recall Navarrete know what I mean.

The kind of adoration for Pac that exists in the Philippines now, reminds Old Timers of the same type of treatment that Elorde and those before him had.

There's absolutely nothing wrong with any of those that I can see, except that I think objectivity,now, or at any other time, would prevent so much disappointment later.

There was somebody who said on this site that Pacquiao can easily become President of the country (and beat Bush?! :eek: ). I hope he's (she's)joking... :(

JOM'S
12-10-2004, 11:02 AM
History tells us that Pac is not the only fighter burdened with such an obligation. In the Philippine setting: Pancho Villa was a national hero; Dado Marino, in his own little way was too! Then there was Ceferino Garcia,the inventor of the notorious "Bolo Punch" and who can arguably be the best that the archipelago ever produced, bar none( though, I won't resent anyone who picks Villa). Garcia fought the best boxing history had to offer, including, Hank Armstrong, whom many consider the best ever; Villa had only 7 losses in over a hundred fights! (Marino was a perenial contender, but never got a break)

Elorde's record does not warrant the kind of respect that the two Filipino champions mentioned above demand; Manny's current record does, but then the story has not ended for Manny; no, not yet. Those who can recall Navarrete know what I mean.

The kind of adoration for Pac that exists in the Philippines now, reminds Old Timers of the same type of treatment that Elorde and those before him had.

There's absolutely nothing wrong with any of those that I can see, except that I think objectivity,now, or at any other time, would prevent so much disappointment later.

There was somebody who said on this site that Pacquiao can easily become President of the country (and beat Bush?! :eek: ). I hope he's (she's)joking... :(

I agree with you on all points, and about the the comment on pac's presidency i think it was an exageration but with PACs popularity and the tested strength of "popularity" in Philippine politics, i say if he runs for presidency he "may" have a chance and this is not a joke...

grayfist
12-10-2004, 11:10 AM
I agree with you on all points, and about the the comment on pac's presidency i think it was an exageration but with PACs popularity and the tested strength of "popularity" in Philippine politics, i say if he runs for presidency he "may" have a chance and this is not a joke...Hi, "pare"!

What you said just scared the HE.. ooout of me! Manny, "His Excellency"?!

Even the "may" scares me! :eek:

I've visited the country so many times (I just got back from there, and was among those who were stranded by the two typhoons: I and my wife!) that I am convinced that the people know better...

Such a wonderful country and lovely people deserve better...

I hope you feel the same way, pal. :)

JOM'S
12-10-2004, 11:34 AM
Hi, "pare"!

What you said just scared the HE.. ooout of me! Manny, "His Excellency"?!

Even the "may" scares me! :eek:

I've visited the country so many times (I just got back from there, and was among those who were stranded by the two typhoons: I and my wife!) that I am convinced that the people know better...

Such a wonderful country and lovely people deserve better...

I hope you feel the same way, pal. :)

I feel the same way buddy, the people really deserve better, but i am only emphasizing that in Philippine politics, popularity plays a major role, like what happened last election FPJ almost won just on popularity, if he had a better political machine and some more political smarts he could have won...

the "may" only counts for popularity, you still need to have the other major factors like political party, an agenda and all that political crap, and besides i think there's a law requiring the president to be at least 40 or 50 years old, so don't fear my friend that "may" will not happen for a long time...

grayfist
12-10-2004, 11:44 AM
I feel the same way buddy, the people really deserve better, but i am only emphasizing that in Philippine politics, popularity plays a major role, like what happened last election FPJ almost won just on popularity, if he had a better political machine and some more political smarts he could have won...

the "may" only counts for popularity, you still need to have the other major factors like political party, an agenda and all that political crap, and besides i think there's a law requiring the president to be at least 40 or 50 years old, so don't fear my friend that "may" will not happen for a long time...Oh, great! I hope it never will! :) Another hope: Catchya great BoxingScene Filipino Guys next time I have a chance to visit? Up close and personal? YOu're such a swell bunch! Third hope: Manny just trashes the Thai after Pac gets the rounds he needs (for the JMM fight)? :D

Mr. Violence
12-10-2004, 11:54 AM
Oh, great! I hope it never will! :) Another hope: Catchya great BoxingScene Filipino Guys next time I have a chance to visit? Up close and personal? YOu're such a swell bunch! Third hope: Manny just trashes the Thai after Pac gets the rounds he needs (for the JMM fight)? :D




Yes I hope Manny destroys 3k battery. I find 3k battery calling himself "the destroyer of Fillipinos" pretty offensive and degrading. If I was Fillipino I dont think I'd like it too much if someone called himself "the destroyer of Fillipinos"

JOM'S
12-10-2004, 11:54 AM
Oh, great! I hope it never will! :) Another hope: Catchya great BoxingScene Filipino Guys next time I have a chance to visit? Up close and personal? YOu're such a swell bunch! Third hope: Manny just trashes the Thai after Pac gets the rounds he needs (for the JMM fight)? :D

I also think it will never will....

yeah see you sometime my friend and i think 5-6 rounds is good enough work out for the PAC and enough show for the fans.... :)

grayfist
12-10-2004, 11:57 AM
I also think it will never will....

yeah see you sometime my friend and i think 5-6 rounds is good enough work out for the PAC and enough show for the fans.... :)5-6? I hope it lasts that long! (4th hope?) ;) :D C U, pal!

JOM'S
12-12-2004, 10:49 AM
5-6? I hope it lasts that long! (4th hope?) ;) :D C U, pal!

your hope was answered 4th round ko....

look at this uppercut!!!
http://members.shaw.ca/Burgz/Pics/pacman.gif

grayfist
12-12-2004, 11:05 AM
your hope was answered 4th round ko....

look at this uppercut!!!
http://members.shaw.ca/Burgz/Pics/pacman.gifIn a way that I wasn't able to imagine, pal! Ha! Ha! Ha! Classic! One for the books! That uppercut was exactly the way they teach it in those boxing schools! ONE FLUID MOTION! :D

JOM'S
12-12-2004, 11:19 AM
In a way that I wasn't able to imagine, pal! Ha! Ha! Ha! Classic! One for the books! That uppercut was exactly the way they teach it in those boxing schools! ONE FLUID MOTION! :D

its really something to watch for, hope Manny & Roach polish this even more plus the right hand before the February match with JMM... :)

grayfist
12-12-2004, 11:54 AM
its really something to watch for, hope Manny & Roach polish this even more plus the right hand before the February match with JMM... :)Polish that...plus the right...

Couldn't AGREE with you MORE, buddy! :D

February...it feels now too long a wait! :D

moochi
12-17-2004, 07:11 AM
he will become president when he retires.

wolve
12-19-2004, 09:40 PM
I do hope PACQUIAO will retire in once he demolished the 3 Mexicans..... just like Lewis he retired when he has still the Heavyweight Champion. "Its better to retire when your still the champion than to retire when you fade-away"

lapulapu
12-30-2004, 09:38 PM
If Pacquiao runs for president of the country, I'm voting for him. I think Pacman has more to offer to the country than all those educated *******s in the current political scene.

And I really believe that Manny will win by a landslide. That's how popular and credible he is right now.

abdiel2k3
12-30-2004, 09:40 PM
i feel sry for ur country
we love our athletes and tv stars too
but i would neva vote for them to be in chagre of govt
thats just plain stupid
:D

Chups
12-30-2004, 09:49 PM
Pacman for president?? WTF? No way. The Philippines has 70+ million people...I'm sure there are other choices.

abdiel2k3
12-30-2004, 09:51 PM
nah
check out some of ur buddies post
cuz we all know if you can throw a left strait like no other
u deserve to be president
:confused:

lapulapu
12-30-2004, 09:54 PM
i feel sry for ur country
we love our athletes and tv stars too
but i would neva vote for them to be in chagre of govt
thats just plain stupid
:D


Hey I'm not sure which country you came from. But are you sorry for the USA? They just voted Arnold for governor of California and they even want to change the constitution to elect him for president.

Who's the plain stupid now??? You must be a Taliban. You don't have athletes and tv stars.

Chups
12-30-2004, 10:01 PM
Hey I'm not sure which country you came from. But are you sorry for the USA? They just voted Arnold for governor of California and they even want to change the constitution to elect him for president.

Who's the plain stupid now??? You must be a Taliban. You don't have athletes and tv stars.


Hehehehe :D :D

JaNnO
12-30-2004, 10:13 PM
i feel sry for ur country
we love our athletes and tv stars too
but i would neva vote for them to be in chagre of govt
thats just plain stupid
:D

i think both france and italy separately voted a nude star respectively into a gov't position...do you feel sorry for them too? in politics, you never know what's going to happen until they finish counting the ballots. :D

spaghettibender
12-30-2004, 11:17 PM
The Pacman is equivalent to Trinidad to the Peurto's. He is loved by all, he has to leave the phillipines to train because of all the distractions.

Chups
12-30-2004, 11:31 PM
The Pacman is equivalent to Trinidad to the Peurto's. He is loved by all, he has to leave the phillipines to train because of all the distractions.


Close....good comparison there.

E.T.
12-30-2004, 11:54 PM
Pac is the shining light of hope for many like\him who grew up
in poverty.

rsl
12-31-2004, 12:13 AM
Pac is the shining light of hope for many like\him who grew up
in poverty.Who's that on your avatar?

Chups
12-31-2004, 01:06 AM
Who's that on your avatar?



Kristina Hermosa

lapulapu
01-02-2005, 09:21 PM
Pac is the shining light of hope for many like\him who grew up
in poverty.


If only Pacman can knock out the root cause of that mass poverty. It's sure is not Pac's call. But Pac showed that its not impossible to escape that rotten poverty.

stuvin
01-17-2005, 05:07 PM
pacman is hounded by the paparatzzi. he carnt even take a dump without been suffocated by a army of polariods. theres even condoms over there wiv his face on them wiv a big cheesie grin. the logo says 'wear a coat or get kayoed'. am telling ya

stuvin
01-17-2005, 05:09 PM
**** pac how popular is kristina hermosa

grayfist
01-17-2005, 08:25 PM
**** pac how popular is kristina hermosaWhy Pac? If there's any that I want to do I'd do it with Kristina! ;) She looks delicious in that avatar! :D

Hey, pal, just playing! :D

kadyo
01-17-2005, 08:38 PM
Why Pac? If there's any that I want to do I'd do it with Kristina! ;) She looks delicious in that avatar! :D

Hey, pal, just playing! :D

It's okay buddy. I like banging her too then I'm content to die via lethal injection. :D

grayfist
01-17-2005, 09:36 PM
It's okay buddy. I like banging her too then I'm content to die via lethal injection. :DHa! Ha! Ha! Ha! Bet many here would! :D

Happy New Year, buddy! :D

adeelr
01-17-2005, 09:41 PM
I know this guy at work who is filipino and he does not know manny pacqiao.

grayfist
01-17-2005, 09:50 PM
I know this guy at work who is filipino and he does not know manny pacqiao.Where has he been?!

And to think they said there has never been a Filipino in outer space! ;) :D

Does he know Marcos is dead?

Just playing... ;)