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Some Traditional Filipino games I used to play heymisskat: “ I remember playing these old school games when I was young (most of my friends were girls). I had great and memorable times playing these. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Childhood Memories 90s, Street Game, World Of Tomorrow, Traditional Games, Happy Baby, Pinoy, Cute Photos

hinese Garter is a popular street game for Pinoy kids, especially girls, that requires flexibility, balance and coordination. The game is played by two teams using a garter from a sewing store. The objective of the game is to be able to successfully jump over the garter as it is gradually held higher by the opposing side (Level1-10). The team leader or "Mother" can "save" her team from elimination if she can make her team's final jump.

true poverty never seen in the US can be found all over Asia.this is Manila, Philippines. It brings tears to my eyes. Honduras, Quezon City, Philippines Travel, Santa Clara, Slums, Countries Of The World, Places Ive Been, Tourism, Asia

NEVER MOCK PHILIPPINES BECAUSE IF YOU'RE A VISITOR THEIR, THEY WILL WELCOME YOU AND RESPECT YOU. NOT LIKE IN OTHER COUNTRIES, THEY TREAT FILIPINOS BAD BECAUSE OF OUR LOOKS, THEY CALL US MONKEYS,ETC.

Filipino Games: Patintero (We called this "Inch") Street Game, Filipino Culture, My Childhood Memories, Breastfeeding Tips, 90s Kids, Pinoy, My People, Kids And Parenting, Mom And Dad

Patintero is a children's game usually played on empty streets, schoolyards and beaches. It involves a grid drawn on the ground where one team will try to pass through while the opposing team tries to catch them without leaving the grid's lines at all times.

Street basketball on a Mansalay backstreet Basketball Video Games, Basketball Rules, Basketball Practice, Basketball Court, Street Game, Street Basketball, Pinoy, Vacation Spots, Philippines

Street Basketball. Every barangay never fails to have young boys playing basketball in the streets.