From Rakso's (Oscar TAN) new, Part XI Deck article:
"In fact, the next time I walked into the local store, I got a stern lecture from Freddie TAN about being sensitive to how much other players loved the card."
"The owner, Freddie Tan of Hobby Café in the Robinson's Galleria mall, looked like an Italian chef telling a diner he was out of pasta as he explained why I (and the two hundred people in the hall) wasn't getting a foil card."
Relative or is just everybody called "Tan" there?
Is everybody named "Smith" in the United States?
Is everything named "stupid" on the internet?
I sure hope neither of you are serious (Spin13 and Anxiety). My comment was meant as a joke (note the little at the end?).
A lot of Chinese names are "Tan" although they are not necessarily written in the same way in the actual language.
We had 250 Tans in my high school/elementary school, not counting my brother and myself, and not counting people with "Tan" for a middle name. ;)
Hell, when I was a freshman in high school there was a Meyer in each grade and none of them were related. And when I did a student exchange program as a junior there was also a Meyer from German group.
Lemme guess... his first name was "wiener" too?
That would actually be "Oscar"!
Tan is a chinese surname. By the way Rasko, what is your chinese name?
i am from wien, so that makes me a wiener.
@JP:strange, that thing about the meyers.
caus in most cases, they are spelt meier or mayer over here in austria and germany. actually i never met someone with the name meyer spelt that way.
und you have US high schools with meyers all around the place
are you the meyer in every grade?
and you are not related?
myyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyhot dog has a first name, it's o-s-c-a-r. my hot dog has a second name, it's m-e-y-e-r...DAMN IT. i can't remmeber the rest.
You mean...you mean...they've been fooling us all the time? It's really Oscar Meyer and JP Tan!! Aaaaaaahhhh!!! I knew there was a conspiracy going on!
i thought it's oscar dibattista and darren tan?
i'm a bit confused now
reverend, reverend, is this a conspiracy? (cemetery gates, Pantera)
Believe it or not, not every Filipino has the surname "Tan". Or even a Chinese one for that matter. Granted, a lot do but most Filipino names are Hispanic or Malay in nature.