Jueteng in Baguio

Jueteng in the Philippines is just like a harmful virus, once it infected a host, it is difficult to cure unless there is an antidote to that effect. In Philippine setting, the local people is an easy host because of the influence of money. Jueteng is illegal and the money collected is distributed or pocketed by few individuals such as the operators, politicians, police officers and some media men as compared to Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO), the funds are collected by the government for health programs and charities of national character.

In Baguo City, Jueteng is very much alive.

Jueteng is one of the source of corruption. What do you think is the best antidote to it?

kalag ng jueteng

Kalag sa Jueteng

**For educational purposes only. English and Tagalog meaning number equivalent.

  1. Snake – Ahas
  2. Ghost, Black – Multo, Maitim
  3. Dog – Aso
  4. Chicken – Manok
  5. Blood – Dugo
  6. Pregnant, Fat – Buntis, Mataba
  7. Weapon -Armas
  8. Breast, Bike – Suso, Bisikleta
  9. Sleep, Cream, Bite – Natutulog, Nananaginip, Kumagat
  10. Handsome, Beautiful – Gwapo , Maganda
  11. Young -Bata
  12. Old Lady – Matandang Babae
  13. Officer, Visitor, Bad Luck – Opisyal, Bisita, Malas
  14. House, Dress – Bahay, Damit
  15. Angry – Galit
  16. Small, Worried – Maliit, problemado
  17. Happy -Masaya
  18. Climbing, Naked – Umaakyat, Hubad
  19. Dead – Patay
  20. Lost – Nawala
  21. Walking, Running – Naglalakad, Tumatakbo
  22. Cow, Carabao, Going Around – Baka, Kalabaw, Balik ng balik
  23. Mismatch – Hindi parehas
  24. Young Lady- Dalaga
  25. Gift, Chrismas – Regalo, Padiriwang
  26. Young Boy – Binata
  27. Money -Pera
  28. Vehicle – Sasakyan, Sumakay
  29. Cat, Businessman – Pusa, Negosyante
  30. Vagina, Odourous – Ari, Mabaho
  31. White, Baboy – White, Pig
  32. Big, Tall – Malaki, Matayog
  33. Give – Naibigay, Naiabot
  34. Water , Wet, Shower – Tubig, Basa, Naliligo
  35. Insane, Intoxicated – Baliw, Nawindang, Lasing
  36. Unhappy, Crying – Hindi masaya, Umiiyak
  37. Many, Old – Marami, Luma

 

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