Submitted April 27th, 2010
wow tol, ayus to kinilaw na utak, aheheh!! sick sketch bro! minsan collab tayo. aheheh!!
Thanks to all of you guys for sparing your time here! cheers everyone.___
@dzeri29: hahahaha…sinadya ko talag na lagyan nang bisaya para maging ka atin2 talaga yung gawa ko.hehe o cge ba, di ko palang alam kung ano yung process pag gagawa ka nang collab.hehe pero sabihin mo lang sakin, game ako kahit anong oras.;-P
hehe, very good concept bro!
Kinilaw na utok…pagkapaytera, SPYKEEE+1
follow your work!!!! +1
piece of art
Great art Spykeeeeeeeeeee ;) !
kinilaw na utok = brain sushi? what’s “kinilaw” in english? hehe
gelrev: umh…could be? since sushi consist of raw fish. but here in Philippines, we use to say kinilaw when the food that we are about to eat were raw. whether it is pork, fish, squids, octopus, sea cucumber, sea anemone, sea snake, sea lion, seagull etc…any raw foods are called kinilaw. same as the brain. i wonder what does a brain taste like?hmmmm…
By the way, Kinilaw na utok means “Brain Sushi”.haha
can’t imagine eating a sea snake, sea lion or seagull, haha.
i know that “utok” means brain, and since “kinilaw” in our country is usually “fish cooked with the use of vinegar” instead of fire/heat, then I think that sushi is close to our “kinilaw.” hehe
@gelrev: aw sheyt. i forgot ur a filipino.hahaha sorry po. english kase eh.haha yep, we do have the same interpretation about kinilaw. vinegar and stuff you add on to make it more tasteful is the key. but there are still a slight difference between our kinilaw and your kinilaw, coz we tend to experiment like we use kinds of living things that we saw. frogs, centipedes, rats, spiders etc. and all of it was just a big joke!;P thanks for droppn by kababayan.=)
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