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By  iforgotmypass  |  0

Not to be a racist prick, but if they are from the Philippines, this isn't really a WTF - it sounds like a perfectly Philippine thing to do.

#2 - 02/20/2009 at 1:40pm by culture clash
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yes. that's still kinda racist.

By  Anonymouse77_fml  |  0

Hello, people, use some Google search skills.

"The principal sponsors are expected to serve as the couple's second parents or counselors especially when the newlyweds' parents are no longer there to guide them. The couple’s "Ninong" and "Ninang" (godparent) serve as the official witnesses of the state to the couple’s union and as such, have to join in signing the marriage license. In the early days of the Church, their participation was seen as a testimony to the couple’s readiness for marriage."

And apparently it IS a Phillipine tradition.

By  iforgotmypass  |  0

# 7. thats not the point. the point is that these "filipinos" invited the landlond to their wedding just so they dont need to pay them anymore. AND NO. i dont need to google unlike you. DUH!?