Food Trip at the Most Dangerous Filipino Neighborhood | PABORITO in Tondo

 Food Trip at the Most Dangerous Filipino Neighborhood | PABORITO in Tondo



Hey guys! Another weekend, another PABORITO episode! And today’s episode is a highly-requested one! I got to finally visit Ugbo in Tondo for the second time. Guess what today’s ‘word of the day’ is? πŸ˜…

Where should I eat next? Comment down below! πŸ˜‹

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  • Word of the day: MAKASALANAN
    Meaning: SINFUL
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  • Parang ang sarap nga nung halo-halo

  • You should try here in Bicol, there are many delicious food here especially here in Camarines Norte

  • You must try also the halo halo in cebu

  • Why you say most dangerous?

  • Try visiting the City of Malolos, Bulacan. We have a night market at the City Hall grounds (starts around 4 or 5pm). There's a nearby University, CityHall and Provincial Capitol where you can have the interview 😁

  • Ako na never pa naka punta ng tondo dilikado kasi ingat ka palagi ma'am jessica sa mga lakad mo at more videos pa po

  • Was so disappointed sa halo-halo there because I think we tried the copycat. I was so mad that day. HAHAHAHA!

  • "Baga" can also mean "embers". Maybe it's because a lot of street food involve roasting on charcoal. Or maybe they really named it after "lungs". Lol

  • I keep on reading the subtitles even if I understand everything she’s saying🀣

  • I hope she practice more on her Tagalog/Filipino. I know Jessica grew up in Bacolod and is probably more well versed in Ilonggo but still it kinda cringes me with her usage of certain words. If she is going to continue this niche of vlogging, I think it would add more to her credibility if she is able to properly use the Filipino language.

  • Ako na raised in tondo dikopa na try lahat yan wanna go back homeπŸ˜‚β€

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  • saw saw mo kc sa suka yung chicharong bulaklak

  • i misss to eat their.. my goodnessπŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

  • She's Korean but not afraid to speak Tagalog, which is so awesome. We love that and appreaciate people trying to speak. Sometimes we laugh but it's more like a happy laugh than a insulting laugh. Keep speaking Tagalog. You will unlock many things about our culture as you speak it more.

  • hi Mz jesse im your new sub, i like your makasalanan, takecare parati and godblessyou,

  • Nahh, Tondo is not even that notorious now. Mindanao and Cavite are much more dangerous. Cavite is the new Shabu-Shabu Capital now πŸ˜‚

  • When the food is serve, better stop talking and take a taste first, base on your videos you always take time to talk and you let the food to turn into cold, it might taste different from what it should be. The sisig might be turm into be gummy instead of crunchy. Sorry just sayin. Taste the food as soon as it aerve and give us your thoughts. Enough the too much talking. Sorry just sayin✌️

    Another thing, can you please stop talking when your mouth is full? It doesn't look good. But it's up to you😊 more power Jessica ✌️

  • Has anyone counted how many times she said "makasalanan"? I've counted around like 16 times πŸ˜‚ Also, your Tagalog is a lot better, it's coming out naturally. Great episode! πŸ‘

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