This is a random list of Filipino stuff that makes Filipinos proud, happy, nostalgic, elated, high, inspired, hungry, hopeful, confident, comforted, excited, intrigued, entertained, mystified, homesick–  you name it, all the feel  good experiences we ought to have. 

No historical personalities, celebrities or so-called heroes/heroines are listed as this is not a who’s who list, but more of a what-where-when….

As a countdown to the end of 2010, compiling this list can be a journey by itself or maybe a reminder that some of them may not last if not properly taken care of, supported or nurtured, used and promoted.

Being a random assortment, if we can list 365 of these Great Pinoy Stuff  (‘great’ here being subjective and arbitrary) that’s one year of being thankful for all those special moments evoke by these special Pinoy Stuff, and that can perhaps relieve us of the abysmal neglect from our government and appointed leaders.

So share your comments, suggest an item to add to this list or generate your own Gizmos, Gear , Grub, Garb, Going Places, Gadgets…. all your favorite Great Pinoy Stuff!

Mabuhay ang Pinoy!

Your own favorite Pinoy stuff? Send an email to 365gps@gmail.com

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  1. great idea for a blog. keep it up! 😀

  2. Rudolf

    Yeap…this is a prime time to showcase the Philippines around the world : )

  3. steve

    Really great idea and worthwhile passing to the younger generation so they could have knowledge of our own. Sabi nga ng “Banyuhay” – tayo’y mga Pinoy…..

    You might want to add something about the “Bakya” and the “leche flan”.

    • Thanks, Steve for the suggestion. Will add these items in future blogs…mabuhay!

      • steve

        Leo, would you please consider this as a contribution to the countdown?!? I got it from the internet but unfortunately no pic to define it more. I have read all that is in the blog and enjoyed it so much that upon arriving here at the office in the early morning, it’s the first thing I open hoping there is/are new stuffs.
        Everything is making me homesick – the last time I was home was in 1996. I would appreciate it if you e-mail me separately: stephen_suratos@yahoo.com.

        Tumbang Preso (Pronounced as: tum-bahng preh-so) is a game that most Filipino kids play. It’s quite popular in the past when there were still no video games and when kids were relatively more active. But despite all the new technology and the increase of couch potatoes, the tumbang preso is still being played by the more active kids of today. Even adults sometimes play it too, bringing back memories of the past.

        Tumbang Preso is an easy game to play. You need to have at least 3 players for this game but of course, having more players playing would make the game more challenging and fun. There needs to be an “it” player or the defender of the can. Usually at the start of the game this is decided through games such as rock, paper and scissors. The “it” will then defend the can from other players to prevent them from knocking it down. When the “it” has tagged another player when the can hasn’t been knocked down, then that player will be the new “it”. The other players must try to knock down the can as much as possible so the “it” player would have to put the can back. Players usually use slippers when playing tumbang preso and they are usually allowed to have just 2 slippers as their weapons. When all the players have used up all their slippers without knocking down the can, the “it” player can then chase everyone and tag who he/she wishes to become the new “it” player. This is basically the process of the whole tumbang preso game. All players doesn’t wish to become the “it” because you’d end up returning the can over and over again until you get lucky and tag a new “it”.

        It’s a fairly simple game but it is very entertaining even to adults. It allows the kids to make friends with other kids and it keeps them fit and healthy too. Tumbang preso is a game that is distinctly Filipino.

      • Thanks Steve. Yes indeed tumbang preso! It’s in my list, too, but as you’ve said not easy to find a photo…But will definitely put it in as I played this wonderful game when I was a kid growing up in Pasay. We played tumbang preso right on the middle of the street. Will get back to you via your email. Thanks for following 365GPS. Readers like you make this blog worthwhile to write. Although I had to rack my brains up for things to include in the list, up to the end of this year. cheers leojagev

  4. steve

    Yo!!! maybe I can help out – if you don’t mind. I can reseacrh and suggest things relative to our culture, games, food, etc. You’ll survivie this year, maybe even next year…kaunting tiyaga lang but it really needs a lot of brain cracking…pero marami tayong “stock” diyan…hindi ka mau-ubusan.
    Relax lang, kapatid, you can do it.

  5. Hi, Joel!

    Saw your comment at Pinoy Transplant’s site and found my way here. Glad to see you have this new project. It’s a great idea, an eye-opener about what makes up our culture, and looks like a lot of fun!

    All the best,

    • Jenny, thanks for visiting. You actually prompted me to blog.So credit goes to you. Hopefully, I can finish this countdown up to the end of this year.Cheers joel

  6. I heard from Jenny O. about your Palanca award this year. Congratulations and more power to you.

  7. Awesome! Made me feel like away from home for a bit kahit dito lang ako sa Makati.

    Ang ganda ng Pilipinas!

    Keep it up sir!

  8. I saw your website retweeted by Tonyo Cruz, pretty amazing to have this great pinoy stuffs in one blog! Go Pinoy!

  9. can we exchange link? looks like we have the same advocacy, promoting Philippines Arts, Products and Culture. Here’s mine: http://philippine-made.blogspot.com.

  10. Great site. love browsing, seeing things I know about, and new things to try next time I visit.

  11. Congratulations!!! You made it through 365 days! I enjoyed reading your post. It’s hard to see it end. But then again, maybe this will become 500gps, or 1000gps. Just wondering. 🙂 Again, kudos to you. Have a Happy New Year.

    • Thanks Amer…you are one of my paboritong suki 🙂 …Many thanks to your support and readership. Mabuhay ang Pinoy at Manigong Bagong Taon to you and your family!

  12. ONE COOL BLOG!!! 🙂

  13. Hi nice blog you got going here. I’m also working on a website to promote Philippine products.

  14. Dee

    you could also go to Caliraya Springs Golf and Country Club, it’s very near Liliw.


  15. “Mabuhay ang Pinoy!”,indeed! Also a Filipino 😀 dagdagan pa natin ang Filipino species dito sa WordPress (insert evil laugh) 😀

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