There is a difference between TAGLISH and CONYOLISM. Please.
Taglish is when you simply use English terms in a Filipino sentence, and vice versa.
Example: “Pumunta ako ng market para bumili ng sibuyas.”
Conyolism is when you use English terms in a Filipino sentence, and vice versa, but you sound like the Pinoy version of a Valley Girl.
Example: “I, like, went to the market, to make bili the sibuyas for my dinner.”
I am currently at a restaurant, waiting for my dinner. I am also alone. I am not waiting for anyone but for the server to bring in my meal.
It gives me peace, doing this. I am seated at the farthest table in the building. It’s quiet. I could actually hear myself chew. It’s wonderful.
Here we go again.