The Conyo Kid’s Guide to a Filipino Fiesta

October 9, 2013

You’ve never participated in an authentic Pinoy fiesta, not really. Once or twice, you may have flown all the way to Cebu for the Sinulog parades, skin perfectly tan and smeared with paint, but at the end of the day you end up eating a McDonald’s cheeseburger for dinner in your hotel room. It’s okay, it’s not really your fault you’re too conyo for parties in the countryside (okay, maybe it’s your fault a little bit).

Regardless of your true reasons, we’re here to help. Here’s what you need to know and what to expect at a real Filipino fiesta.

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Addi dela Cruz Addi dela Cruz Addi writes nonfiction that reads like fiction and fiction that isn't meant for children. He lives for breakfasts, getting new stamps on his passport, and perfecting his yoga tree pose. In between episodes of MasterChef and Hannibal, he dreams of owning a café that would serve the best hot chocolate in the South and have 12 tables at most. FOLLOW
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22 responses to “The Conyo Kid’s Guide to a Filipino Fiesta”

  1. JOHNTEE says:

    Go to fiesta ng tondo and try this. Good luck conyo kids!

  2. Awesome illustration! Love it!

  3. Lars Roxas says:

    Great work Addi and Kitkat! 😀

  4. Karen says:

    Love the graphics! I confess that in all my 36 years I’ve never been to a fiesta before. :-/

  5. klaris says:

    Also, don’t get diarrhea. Avoid foods that easily spoil like pancit and laing esp. when you’re going late afternoon or in the evening. 😀

    • Addi dela Cruz says:

      Hmm, I’ve never encountered spoiled food in the afternoon, but pancit and laing are huge bestsellers at fiestas, too.

  6. gelo says:

    The plate/bowl beside buko pandan is supposed to be “ginataan with bilo bilo” right? It’s also labeled as buko pandan.

  7. ronald says:

    i love the phone!! ahaha

  8. ronald says:

    please add Biko 😀

  9. Judith says:

    I can’t stop snickering whenever I see the subtle-but-not-really Instagram references, especially hashtag: blessed! Hahaha. Anyway, great article and graphics! 🙂

  10. Char says:

    Nice graphics. I’d buy a poster if there was one hehe.. #blessed.

  11. Nico Goco says:

    great job you guys! ang ganda! 🙂

  12. Sergia Susana says:

    Fabulous as always. 🙂 Great job, guys! 🙂

  13. Mikka Wee says:

    I love it!!! 😀 superb job, Addi and Kitkat! <3

  14. NYSee says:

    Ooh…I heart the infograph in this one!

  15. etteirrah says:

    Oh man, how I miss fiestas. I wish I could go to one right now. Alas, I’m overseas. But I’ve heard that the Filipino community here in Vancouver likes to get together during our Independence Day. I’m excited for that next year.

  16. #mema says:

    as much as i hate #blessed, i #lovette #thearticle

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