Philippines Among World's Happiest Countries

Jan 31, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Manila Bulletin

The Philippines ranked 67th among 142 countries in the world with the happiest citizens in the 2012 Legatum Institute Prosperity Index, posted on Forbes.com. Norway topped the list in the last three reports in 2010, 2011, and 2012.

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crystal

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Simple minded people easily pleased. Reminds me of the saying "Happy as pigs in shite" LOL!!
Hey Happy Pig, why did you marry Pinay if you think your country has a lot to be Happy Huh? Why not marry your own happy pig UK girl? Because you can't afford her! Because you are cheap unhappy pig! That's it!
proud filipino

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Sep 22, 2013
 
ignorant people,you all are who keep on bashing my country.haha i'm happy because i'm not you. Your lamentations are just proof of how shallow certain foreigners are about Philippines' happiness. Only God can save your sad souls now.
idiots united

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Sep 22, 2013
 
Best view wrote:
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Simple minded people easily pleased. Reminds me of the saying "Happy as pigs in shite" LOL!!
Your spelling is not quite correct but you've got points close but just points. They just don't have opportunities to open up their minds and has no sense of direction in finding the milk and honey. But this I can say true in western world, the mind has the voracious appetite for money, the mouth could only eat so much but the mind consumes millions of dollars and never satisfied hence never make it to the list of happiest county in the world.
idiots united

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Sep 22, 2013
 
Are they happy yet??:. About 5% of the world’s ultra-high-net-worth individuals own a yacht. A 180&#8242; superyacht costs $4.75 million annually to maintain and run, Kitty McGowan of the U.S. Superyacht Association says. Among the costs:$400,000 for fuel,$350,000 for dockage,$240,000 for vessel insurance,$1 million for maintenance and repairs, and $1.4 million for crew salaries.
idiots united

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Sep 22, 2013
 
And that's just the yacht/yachts there are many more high expenses like private planes, mansions, fleet of expensive cars, all that and maintenances. I would likely get stress and very unhappy to get trapped into that kind of budget proble if I were rich like them. At my level I get worried and unhappy if I wasted $100. LOL!

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idiots united wrote:
And that's just the yacht/yachts there are many more high expenses like private planes, mansions, fleet of expensive cars, all that and maintenances. I would likely get stress and very unhappy to get trapped into that kind of budget proble if I were rich like them. At my level I get worried and unhappy if I wasted $100. LOL!
It's okay moron. You'll never reach up to that kind of wealthy living as your day job is toilet-scrubbing 7 days a week. But since you and Brain Twisted are now planning to open up your joint-venture business called 'Fallatio Fantasy Services', you'll be able to lower your worries if you wasted $100.

Have you and Brain Twisted been practicing sucking pen!s on each other? You two need to know how to please your rich, manly clients who own yachts, private planes and mansions.

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