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mnbound come to that Philippines and developing country where happiness jumped out in the most unlikely places here at least a quarter of the population lives below the poverty line corruption is right and pollution level can seriously get under your skin yet Filipinos described themselves as some of the happiest people on the planet , but don't just take their word for it , in the world along , nnj , the future is wide open dnmt , of course all the good humor in the Philippines nocturnes serious challenges for people in a country where women have three children on average and were a big chunk of the population leans to find work that they can send money home to see their family but even that's not enough to get happy go lucky nation down in the dumps a humbling reminder underworld meeting standards when it comes to smiling