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2015-01-21T18:11:59+08:00
TOOTHPASTE
- kremang pansipilyo
- pastang panlinis ng ngipin
- tutpeyst
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2015-01-21T18:36:09+08:00
Most Filipinos simply use the English word "toothpaste" although Filipino pronunciation makes it sound like "tutpeyst", as in toot-paste.  and it does not have an actual equivalent in the local language. :)

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actually, i just said what is MY meaning of what she is asking. as in i'm getting my idea about it and my answer. and my whole explanation about it.
yeah! whatever.
whatever your face
FTC
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