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    Sunday, January 31, 2016

    Cebuano-Speaking German Selling Donuts in Holocaust Memorial in Berlin

    It's nice to see people of different nationalities than yours speaking your tongue.


    One guy in Holocaust memorial place in Berlin, Germany caught attention from a customers who are buying donuts in one of the stalls there. Below is the whole story based on the video clip:

    "Baligya sad ta'g donuts, kwarta sad ta gamay"

    Traveling to different places you haven't been to is surely a surprise-filled fun experience but the last thing you'd probably expect to see/meet is a Bisaya-speaking German. Bisdak kaayo, bai!

    At Dunkin Donuts, Holocaust Memorial, Berlin.
     This is from the post of certain Asnin Pendatun on January 25. The video now getting viral with more than 600k views on Facebook.

    At the moment, it has more than 12k shares and really many people liked this guy most especially those Cebuanos or those who speak Cebuan dialect.

    This German guy studied Psychology in Cebu City but was not able to use his credentials in his hometown so he just sell donuts, according to him.

    He said, "...Graduate ko'g Psychogy unya ang problema ana kay di man makuan ang akong mga records diri ba...di nila i acknowledge unya dapat mag two years pa gyud ko diri unya kay wa man koy oras anang eskwela balik, so  Baligya sad ta'g donuts, kwarta sad ta gamay, mangita nalang tag paagi..." (I graduated Psychology but the problem is, they don't acknowledge my records here and they want me to take another two years but I don't have time to study again so now I'm selling donuts so I can get a little money.)

    So many reacted and really amazed with this guy as he really speaks Cebuan dialect very fluently. He wanted to go back to Cebu on his vacation.

    Please watch the video below:
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    Original Facebook Post

    "Baligya sad ta'g donuts, kwarta sad ta gamay"Traveling to different places you haven't been to is surely a surprise-filled fun experience but the last thing you'd probably expect to see/meet is a Bisaya-speaking German. Bisdak kaayo, bai!At Dunkin Donuts, Holocaust Memorial, Berlin.
    Posted by Asnin Pendatun on Monday, January 25, 2016

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