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Back in the 70s when cyber porn was still unheard of, the favorite game of pubescent males was “manhangad”. This “spectator” sport is in pursuit of prurient interest and requires daring and the ability to fade in the dark like a shadow.

Literally “manhangad” is a Tagon-on verb that means “to look up”, but colloquially it connotes engaging in Tom’s favorite pastime---peeping! As action word, “manhangad” has become archaic and its contemporary equivalent is “mamaklad”.

As a nocturnal sport, manhangad’s golden era was in the 70s, when Tago had yet no electricity, and most houses were built high from the ground. Because the floors of these houses were made of wooden planks or bamboo slats nailed not close to each other, there were gaps galore. The better for Tom to peep!

Also during this time, most toilets were nothing but a hole in the floor affair, and to relieve themselves Tagon-ons had to squat. While at it, they did anything like reading Bisaya or Liwayway, gazing at the contour of their genitals and combing their pubic hairs for nits and lice, or watching pigs down below looking up, waiting for manna to fall. For Tagon-ons doing it in outhouses built above sea water, things were no different except that it was some fish that snatched everything that came splashing.

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Stories about manhangad abound: Someone---a policeman---almost got shot and had to leave Tago in shame; another got blind after he pressed an eye against a peephole and the girl he had hoped to lay lascivious eyes on poked him with a pointed object; still another broke a bone when he fell off a tree. The story went that he was masturbating while ogling a girl when a mosquito bit him in the cheek. Apparently the mosquito sucked hard that he couldn’t ignore it. But he couldn’t stop either!

“Whew, pressure!” he must have said to himself. But pleasure overruled pain, and with the hand that he unclasped from a branch, he whacked the pesky insect!


Orlan was a seasoned voyeur whose favorite quarry was the band majorette of a rival school. This pretty young thing had been assigned by her mother to wash the dishes just as her elder sister was tasked to prepare supper.


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Islaw was a proud and self-proclaimed voyeur who talked about his exploits like they were part of his curriculum vitae. His notoriety was such that newbies groveled before him for tips on where and when to go, what to do and wear.

Islaw’s shrine was Endong’s house. What made this bungalow a natural magnet for perverts were Endong’s three pretty daughters and a secret slit in the toilet. Secret because Endong and his family didn’t know about it!

Among Endong’s daughters, it was the middle that Islaw lusted after the most because she had a skin like a debarked cassava, a tone she got from her father. The eldest and youngest, while lovelier, had the morena skin of their mother. More than chicos, Islaw liked singkamas!


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 Post subject: Re: MANHANGAD
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:-D May ga tudlo sa ako nan una kon unhon pag "spot" nan ag manghangad astan ag manilib sa kilid nan dingding nan banyo/kasilyasan. Amo na kon maka kita gani ako nan may buyang-git nag dayon mag lain an ako ginhawa. :-D

Binig, si Salvador hain na? :shock:

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