Monday, September 1, 2008

Charing-ga!

"Charmus eklavum powerness kaboom!The propagation of Gay Lingo is unstoppable. In fact even my real men friends know a bit (hehe). They say that it takes intelligence to understand this medium. It is a little bit puzzling at first but as you go along with the conversation, you would encounter a “laugh out loud” experience.
Here are some revealed lines:

  1. Anik / Anetch — ano (what) /
  2. whichBalaj — balahura (shameless)
  3. Bitter Ocampo — malungkot (sad) / nagngingitngit (fuming mad) / bitterBaklah / Baklush — used instead of one’s name, may refer to any genderGivency /
  4. Janno Gibbs / Debbie Gibson — bigay (to give)
  5. That’s Entertainment / Anda / Andalucia / Anju / Anjo Yllaña — datung (money)Fatale — sobra (excessive) /
  6. to the maxFeel / Fillet o’ Fish — type / gusto / natipuhan (like)
  7. Fly — alis (leave)
  8. Forever — palagi (always) / matagal / mabagal (slow)
  9. Pagoda Cold Wave Lotion — pagod (tired)
  10. Washington / Wishing / Wish — wala (nothing or none)
  11. Chanda Romero — tiyan (tummy)
  12. Mahalia Jackson — mahal (expensive)
  13. Kuya Germs — madumi (dirty) / bearer of germs
  14. Lucresia Kasilag — lukaret / baliw (crazy)
  15. Lucita Soriano — loser na sorry pa
  16. Luz Valdez — matalo (to lose)
  17. Winnie Santos — manalo (to win)
  18. Award — pinagalitan / pinagsabihan (reprimanded)
  19. Freestyle — slow makagets (to understand) / slowImbey /
  20. Im — imbyerna (irritation)
  21. Jowa / Jowabelles / Jowabella — karelasyon / BF or GFKape /
  22. Capuccino / Coffeemate — magising ka sa katotohanan (be realistic)
  23. Lupita Kashiwahara — malupit (cruel)
  24. Rita Gomez — nakaka-irita (irritating personality)
  25. Enter the Dragon / Entourage — pasok (to enter) / come in
  26. Julie Andrew / Jolina Magdangal — mahuli (caught in the act)
  27. Antibiotic — antipatika (bitch)
  28. 48 Years / 50 Golden Years / 10,000 — matagal (after a long time)
  29. Crayola — iyak (to cry)
  30. Thundercats / Chandeliers / Masyonda — matanda (old people)
  31. Wrangler — gurang (also means old)
  32. Jubis / Juba — taba (fatso)
  33. Jutay / Jutes — maliit (small)
  34. Kangkang — sex
  35. Reyna Elena — ulan (to rain)
  36. X-Men — dating lalaki (formerly a man) now gay
  37. Morayta / Murriah Carrey — mura (cheap)
  38. Pamintang Durog / Pamenthols — closet gays / acting as men
  39. Backstreet Boys — cute boys at the back
  40. Chiminey Cricket — chimay (maid)
  41. Goodbye Suklay — goodbye
  42. Fayatollah Kumenis — payat (skinny)
  43. Anaconda — ahas (a snake) / traitor
  44. Anong petsa na? — asked when someone is taking too long to dress up,
  45. Charing/Tienes — jest / a joke / not serious
  46. Kaplang — mali (error) / mistake
  47. Barbra Streisand / Barbara Perez — bara / binara (bluntly rejected)
  48. Regal Drama Hour / Maalala Mo Kaya — when someone tells a sob story_______, ikaw ba yan? — when someone acts like anotherperson, maybe a showbiz personality or not. (example: Vilma Santos, Ikaw Ba yan?)
  49. Purita Kalaw — walang pera (broke) / mahirap (poor)
  50. Rica Peralejo — mayaman (rich, from the Spanish word rica)
  51. Chova / Chovaline Kyle — chika lang (small talk)
  52. Cookie Chua / Cookie Monster — magluto (to cook)
  53. Clasmarurut / Klasmarurut — classmate
  54. Cynthia Luster — hindi kilalang babae o lalake (unknown she or he)
  55. Daot — insulto (insult)Eksena / Eksenadora — mahilig pumapel / mahilig sumabat (someone who always likes to figure in a scene)
  56. Emote — mag-inarte pa rin (one who is over-acting)
  57. Karir/Career — sineryoso ang isang bagay like BF or work (to be seriously involved)
  58. Lafang — kain (eat)
  59. Lapel — malakas ang boses (someone with a loud voice)
  60. Carry / Keri / Cash & Carry — sige (OK or alright)
  61. Cathy Dennis — “makati” (frisky) or promiscuous
  62. Char / Charot / Charing / Charbroiled — not ok
  63. Liberty / Statue of Liberty — libre (free)
  64. Okray — paninirang puri (criticize)
  65. Lucky Home Partner — live-in partner
  66. In Fairness — pampalubag loob (to console)
  67. Compared to Lugaw — kesa wala (better than nothing)

I recommend to print this article and keep it in your pocket. This would also serve as a translation booklet (hehe).


Source: http://www.bangag.com/kwentuhan-kalokohan

4 comments:

Sunshine4Life said...

hahahaa. this list is very interesting. can i snag this and post in my blog?

and yes, u can add me. will add you to my list too.

bisita ulit ha!

francis ko said...

sure you can snag it...tnx for visiting..

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