Hot Men in the Philippines
The Philippine rep to Man of the Year 2016 in Indonesia, Karanjit Singhdole
Love the hairy legs, hehehe
Mukhang makyoho!!!!! Kaderder naman!
Teh! Mas makyoho bibig mo at ng buong pamilya mo. Hahahah! Chos!
Bakit kaya hindi tayo magpadala ng purong lahing Filipino sa ano nang kumpetisyon na sadyang maipag-malalaki natin. Hindi gaya nito na mukhang may dugong banyaga.
Well badeht Filipino is not a race its a nationality like itong Karanjit wala ito ni isang patak ng dugong pinoy both parents are Indians pero naturalized siya kaya Pinoy na siya.
Butthurt si ate, oh!
Iha alam mo ba kung ano ang purong lahing pilipino. Not to offend anyone, Aeta. Pandak, pango, maitim, kinky ang buhok.
He is the complete package : tall, handsome, and possessing a well-proportioned physique, thanks in large part to his full Indian blood.
Kaya lang, maingay ang mga fans ni Myanmar and I suspect the Europeans will take the Top 3 as this is an inaugural male pageant and the Indonesian organizer wants to make a good first impression by not awarding the crown to an Asian. Para, next year, mas maraming countries ang sumali.
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz! Too Long, Didn’t Read!
Chuchay, shut up!
Sorry ka na lang Chuchay Di Matae that you are bobo ever to read and comprehend.
Bwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwh mo mukha mo ULOL!
Thank you. Award.
Dapat pure filipino. Di yung may fragrant armpit
I like this guy. If I’m not mistaken siya rin yung gwapong guy na nasa bagong PLDT Home Fiber TVC, yung balbas-saradong nanonood ng TV via streaming sa kanyang sala. He is hot, hope he wins!
ang sarap naman nito…
mga teh nanalo na po siya. yong mga nanlait dyan pano ba yon napahiya kayo. and besides magaling talaga siya pati sa q and a kaya nag stand out siya sa patimpalak na to.
Good for him and our country. I actually doubted his q&a capability kasi medyo sumemplang ang pagsagot niya sa Misters of the Philippines 2015. Apparently jitters got the better of him back then.
Congratulations for giving the Philippines another international pageant honor, Karan! Never mind the crab mentality criticism that you don’t have any Filipino blood in you being a full-blooded Indian born in our country. Nor the fact that you competed with only 10 other contestants in Indonesia. Sweet victory is still yours and the country’s!
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