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Posted 3/27/08

angelofmercy wrote:

ano yung conyo?



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ano yung conyo?


A type of Englog —English with some Tagalog words—is called Konyo English. Konyo or coño is a term that evolved to refer to certain stereotyped affluent sectors of society. These people are often considered to be the children of affluent families. They are often typically identified by their variant of English that introduces Tagalog words. The word konyo itself came from the Spanish coño (an all-purpose profanity whose meaning, in modern usage, varies with context).


Coño users feel that they are "in",, classy... have high standards.... but in fact they are just mere suckers...



p.s. Coño means different is Spanish.. it means La vulva es el conjunto de los órganos genitales externos de la mujer, así forma parte del aparato reproductor femenino

(bahala na kayo umintindi niyan.. bawal i translate eh. heheheheeheh)



Posted 4/3/08

akosikebin wrote:

may tatalo pa ba dto?!

wer na u? d2 na me!


oo nga. madalas yan sa text.
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Posted 4/3/08

aerielle wrote:


akosikebin wrote:

may tatalo pa ba dto?!

wer na u? d2 na me!


oo nga. madalas yan sa text.


hindi lang sa text..haha..
minsan may narinig akong magshotang naguusap sa cellphone..
ganun sila mag usap..hahaha..
Posted 4/3/08

johnsever wrote:

A type of Englog —English with some Tagalog words—is called Konyo English. Konyo or coño is a term that evolved to refer to certain stereotyped affluent sectors of society. These people are often considered to be the children of affluent families. They are often typically identified by their variant of English that introduces Tagalog words. The word konyo itself came from the Spanish coño (an all-purpose profanity whose meaning, in modern usage, varies with context).



so, lahat tayo gumagamit ng konyo? kasi hindi ba minsan, hindi maiiwasan na gumamit ng english na word kapag nagtatagalog? lalu na kapag walang translation sa tagalog/filipino ang isang english word? nalilito ako. hanggang saan ba ang extent ng konyo? anu ba ang mga parameters? kagaya ng post kong ito, matatawag po ba niyo ito na konyo? kasi gumamit ako ng tagalog with english words.

another thing, ang definition niyo ng Englog is "English with some Tagalog words", pano naman po yung "Tagalog with some English words"? konyo parin po ba yun?

pasensya na Kuya kung magulo ang mga tanong ko. sana po naintindihan niyo.
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Posted 4/6/08

aerielle wrote:


johnsever wrote:

A type of Englog —English with some Tagalog words—is called Konyo English. Konyo or coño is a term that evolved to refer to certain stereotyped affluent sectors of society. These people are often considered to be the children of affluent families. They are often typically identified by their variant of English that introduces Tagalog words. The word konyo itself came from the Spanish coño (an all-purpose profanity whose meaning, in modern usage, varies with context).



so, lahat tayo gumagamit ng konyo? kasi hindi ba minsan, hindi maiiwasan na gumamit ng english na word kapag nagtatagalog? lalu na kapag walang translation sa tagalog/filipino ang isang english word? nalilito ako. hanggang saan ba ang extent ng konyo? anu ba ang mga parameters? kagaya ng post kong ito, matatawag po ba niyo ito na konyo? kasi gumamit ako ng tagalog with english words.

another thing, ang definition niyo ng Englog is "English with some Tagalog words", pano naman po yung "Tagalog with some English words"? konyo parin po ba yun?

pasensya na Kuya kung magulo ang mga tanong ko. sana po naintindihan niyo.


not that exactly gumagamit tayo ng konyo.. there are some filipino words that is hard to express in filipino itself rather than in english..

for example..

not conyo

ganda ng pilipinas, kaya a lot of foreigners visit here...

example naman ng conyo

so ganda talaga here in the philippines.. that's why many foreigner make visit here...

I hope you got my point.. it really varies in context
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Posted 4/6/08
ano ba yung conyo? ganito ba sya :let's make kain dinner na cu'z my belly is kulo-kulo na?
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e1 ko a peu pang maaarte ung mga words hahaha!! ammn a! so hothere sa philippines sana umulan ng snow!..
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Posted 4/6/08

johnsever wrote:

not that exactly gumagamit tayo ng konyo.. there are some filipino words that is hard to express in filipino itself rather than in english..

for example..

not conyo

ganda ng pilipinas, kaya a lot of foreigners visit here...

example naman ng conyo

so ganda talaga here in the philippines.. that's why many foreigner make visit here...

I hope you got my point.. it really varies in context




ahhh! parang nagegets ko na...

"it really varies in context" nga. kasi nagtanung-tanong ako sa iba-bang tao, tapos iba-ba din ang definition nila ng conyo. pero dun sa binigay niyong example, parang nalinawan na talaga ako. obvious yung "pa-arte effect".

salamat po.
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oohhhh beehbee dunt tach mey theer kasi akuy na teeteeckil dyan heeheehee.
ahh ganun ba beehbee tsur tsur su ayl joost teckel you heere


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no comment =P
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sa mga chatrooms:

i wana make bati bati sa mga friendster ko here sa rum O^__^O
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ah..conyo ah..

tera na go back to our house..sobrang hot na kasi here eh..and my skin is getting maitim na tuloy...i will look ugly na tuloy..
and boys will not like me nah..ahhhhh...
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pag conyo ka ba..ibig sabihin lang nun yung sa pananalita mo..hindi ba kasama dun ang pagdadamit mo..
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Anak ng bread. Hurry up nga pambihira
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Posted 4/9/08

johnsever wrote:


angelofmercy wrote:

ano yung conyo?



starnight18 wrote:

ano yung conyo?


A type of Englog —English with some Tagalog words—is called Konyo English. Konyo or coño is a term that evolved to refer to certain stereotyped affluent sectors of society. These people are often considered to be the children of affluent families. They are often typically identified by their variant of English that introduces Tagalog words. The word konyo itself came from the Spanish coño (an all-purpose profanity whose meaning, in modern usage, varies with context).


Coño users feel that they are "in",, classy... have high standards.... but in fact they are just mere suckers...



p.s. Coño means different is Spanish.. it means La vulva es el conjunto de los órganos genitales externos de la mujer, así forma parte del aparato reproductor femenino

(bahala na kayo umintindi niyan.. bawal i translate eh. heheheheeheh)






thxz ^_______^
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