10 Filipino curse words used by Pinoys on a daily basis
These words are you often than not used on a daily basis to express intense emotions, whether one is happy, angry or sad. However, before its meaning evolved to that, the word referred to someone who is a nervous wreck.
Its other variations are: Gaga a female version of the termGagi, Ogag spelled filipino and Kagaguhan referring to actions of foolishness. Ginago ka na nga, hindi ka pa rin natuto!
Tagalog (Philippine) Language
He fooled you, yet you never learned! Isa siyang gaga sa pakikipagbalikan sa ex niya. Bwiset or Buset, which are just different spellings of the word. Damn the rainy weather fuck not letting us proceed with our curvy mature nylons Panibagong araw na naman ng trabaho, bwiset!
Buset ka, umalis pala kayong dalawa! Damn you, the two of you went out together!