Does anyone know what "king inang ito" stands for?
Recently, I received a comment for one of my articles (Debunking the Pyramids of Antarctica) from a guest user named Jojo. It was the only statement she/he left. My guess is it's Internet slang for something (I believe inang stands for "I need a new game" and ito means "In terms only". I have idea what king means). Is this is a complement, insult, or just some troll trying to be cute? Love to know if anyone out there has heard of it. Thank you.
Searching in Google Translate -- it is tagged as Philipino or Tagalog... comes up as "king mother" -- still makes little sense, but maybe it is someone who does not know English, trying to write something.
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