Extreme piercing for purity in Thai vegetarian festival
Suntukan lang! Walang Patayan!
Patayan sa Kalsada ng Tangdang Sora
inuman nauwi sa patayan
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Patayan is a term used by archaeologists to describe prehistoric and historic Native American cultures who inhabited parts of modern-day Arizona, west to Lake Cahuilla in California, and in Baja California, between 700–1550 A.D. This included areas along the Gila River, Colorado River and in the Lower Colorado River Valley, the nearby uplands, and north to the vicinity of the Grand Canyon.