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  1. #21

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Quote Originally Posted by danny
    Quote Originally Posted by Rafiboy_05
    pasingit lang ha.


    about about the jeer sa baste. it goes something like this:


    "Poging Baste, haba T_T_!"


    san or paano nagsimula yung jeer na ito?
    Razor is correct. It's not a jeer, pareng Rafi. That's part of the unofficial fight song of Baste taken from La Salle (La Salle borrowed the tune "When the Saints Come Marching In").

    The cheerleaders of baste would lead us into singing that song while pretending to stop us by waving their hands all at the same time.

    I am a Bedan who also studied in Baste and La Salle that's why I know. Take note, Bedista ako.





    it's not a jeer pala after all. I have more to learn, for a long time akala ko jeer sa baste yun.


    thanks sa mga sagot sir! now I kmow hehe!

  2. #22

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Matanong ko lang Danny. For a time you were in Baste di ba? Ano ba ang original cheer nila (yung kanila talaga)? Ano ang dala nilang cheer when they joined the NCAA in 1969?
    Go San Beda Fight!!!

  3. #23

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Singit lang.

    During the mid-90s when UST met DLSU three-successive times in the UAAP Finals, whenever the Green side shouts "Go La Salle, Go, Go, Lasalle, the Yellow gallery would jeer the Green side by cheering "Bo La Salle, Bobo La Salle. Grabe ang jeering nun dahil nadadala ang crowd sa tindi ng labanan sa loob ng court.

    Ngayon, hindi na ginagawa ng UST crowd ang pag jeer for the sake of sportsmanship.

    Hindi ko lang sure if the other schools like rival Ateneo also use the jeer against DLSU. Maybe someone who has knowledge on this can comment.

    Against FEU naman, nauso ang "Tamaraw FX" cheer nung lumabas ang Toyota Tamaraw FX nung 1994.

    And that's the bottom line, because I said so!

  4. #24

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Quote Originally Posted by BedanRoar
    Matanong ko lang Danny. For a time you were in Baste di ba? Ano ba ang original cheer nila (yung kanila talaga)? Ano ang dala nilang cheer when they joined the NCAA in 1969?
    They borrowed a lot of cheers from other schools. Wala akong maisip.
    COURAGE SAN BEDA! / ¡ÁNIMO SAN BEDA!
    Understand? / ¿Entiendes?

  5. #25

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Quote Originally Posted by stonecold316
    Singit lang.

    During the mid-90s when UST met DLSU three-successive times in the UAAP Finals, whenever the Green side shouts "Go La Salle, Go, Go, Lasalle, the Yellow gallery would jeer the Green side by cheering "Bo La Salle, Bobo La Salle. Grabe ang jeering nun dahil nadadala ang crowd sa tindi ng labanan sa loob ng court.

    Ngayon, hindi na ginagawa ng UST crowd ang pag jeer for the sake of sportsmanship.




    Hindi lang mid 90s yan. Early 80's na nga alam pa din yan sa Baste kahit wala na ang La Salle sa NCAA. UST did not start this one but rather used it at the tail end when it started to become passe.







    COURAGE SAN BEDA! / ¡ÁNIMO SAN BEDA!
    Understand? / ¿Entiendes?

  6. #26

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Quote Originally Posted by danny
    Quote Originally Posted by stonecold316
    Singit lang.

    During the mid-90s when UST met DLSU three-successive times in the UAAP Finals, whenever the Green side shouts "Go La Salle, Go, Go, Lasalle, the Yellow gallery would jeer the Green side by cheering "Bo La Salle, Bobo La Salle. Grabe ang jeering nun dahil nadadala ang crowd sa tindi ng labanan sa loob ng court.

    Ngayon, hindi na ginagawa ng UST crowd ang pag jeer for the sake of sportsmanship.




    Hindi lang mid 90s yan. Early 80's na nga alam pa din yan sa Baste kahit wala na ang La Salle sa NCAA. UST did not start this one but rather used it at the tail end when it started to become passe.






    Thanks for the info sir. uso na pala ang jeer na yan even in the 80s.

    And that's the bottom line, because I said so!

  7. #27

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Quote Originally Posted by stonecold316


    Ngayon, hindi na ginagawa ng UST crowd ang pag jeer for the sake of sportsmanship.


    Wow.

  8. #28

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Long ago, Ateneo had this "jeer" Animo Ateneo Beat _____ 3X slow. Then repeat 3X or more fast tempo. Later pinagbawal kasi yun daw ang simula ng mga rumble ;D. That's why when DLSU does it now, deadma lang ng Ateneo :D.

  9. #29

    Re: The Etymology of Jeers

    Samin sa letran some of our cheer mismong kami dati binabago para maging mas astig like The Eye's Right,

    Ahaha Hahaha UL*L!

    Ahaha Hahaha UL*L!

  10. #30

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    "Manalo. . . Matalo. . . Bugbog kayo!!"
    SAN BEDA BASKETBALL


 
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