'Tangina' listed as Pinoy slang for 'Excuse me' in Urban Dictionary website

 
Urban Dictionary, a website featuring user-generated entries about street language or slang, lists the X-rated curse phase, "Tangina" as the "Filipino slang for 'Excuse me.'" The entry also claims: "It's (sic) use is most appropriate during meals." There are even examples for the phrase's usage, which are utterly disturbing (or inappropriately hilarious if you're being blasé about it).
It's most likely that some netizens thought submitting this entry to Urban Dictionary would be amusing. This factoid was brought up in the When In Manila Facebook page way back in February. The entry, which was originally uploaded in 2007, is still on the site now.

For now we know only one thing: The person/persons who uploaded it most probably does/do not know the difference between "it's" and "its.

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