Funny word’s play comic illustration using root crops (Lamang-Ugat in Filipino vernacular) as character. Entertains ideas as to where some particular seemingly pure local words came from. Learn the Filipino language by correlation.
Corn: My friends, thanks for visiting. Welcome to my kingdom! Barrio Cornfields! Carrot: Do you have a problem Miss Raddish? My advise to you is just keep it in. Radish: Of course! I’m mad! My sweetheart, the Eggplant has another love! Tomato: Relax, keep it in. Potato: I agree with them Miss Raddish. Your emotion, just keep it in. Miss Raddish: I know already! “Kipitin! Ikipit! Kipit! These words came from the English word “Keep it in,” “I keep it,” and “keep it.” Only thing I know is, he will get it from me!