A podcast retelling Philippine history one inuman at a time. Served by PX and Bern. Inspired by Drunk History.
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Pregame Night 7 with 35andUp
Not much history storytelling but loads of fun with our Upshies from 35andUp playing online King's Cup for the very first time and getting waaaaay too tipsy in the process.
Lib. 1 Kab. 11: Knowing Don Panyong
You've probably passed through it. Maybe got stuck in it many times. But do you know the man behind the name of probably the most popular and problematic roadway in the Philippines? Get to know the illustrious life of Epifanio de los Santos, also known as Don Panyong, the man whom EDSA was named after.
Pregame Night 6 with Ae and Rodrigo
Are you familiar with the quotable quotes from Philippine historical figures? We tested this on our friends Ae and Rodrigo (no, not that one) to see if any of these lines ring a bell—while drinking, of course. If all else fails, it's Jose Rizal.
Lib.1 Kab. 10: No Wine, Not Fine
In 1786, the Spanish colonial government in the Philippines banned the private manufacture of basi and the wine-loving Ilocanos noped so hard they started an uprising because of it.
Pregame Night 5 with Carisa and Frenchy Wan
Have you ever wondered where words like "chorva" and "jologs" came from? We are joined by Carisa of Coping With Carisa and Frenchy Wan of Eto Na Nga podcasts to try to guess (badly) how famous Filipino slang words came to be... while getting drunk, of course.
Lib. 1 Kab. 9: From Manila to Acapulco
For 250 years, the Spaniards ran a galleon trade route from Manila, Philippines to Acapulco, Mexico and back resulting not just in an exchange of goods but of culture as well between the two Spanish colonies.