Thursday, 17 September 2009

As usual...

Mrkamahkamah didn't want to eat rice. He only had few fish crackers and about 20 strips of cheese. At 9.45pm he asked for cocopops. So, I gave him the cocopops complete with fresh milk. I wanted to feed him but he insisted to eat on his own. I gave up. At first, he was sitting on the carpet with the cocopops. Then, few minutes later, he was sitting on the couch. And the next thing I knew was this..
..stain on the cushion cover.

Great. Few days to Eid-ul Fitr, the sun is seldomly seen and we don't have the dryer machine.

We teach Mrkamahkamah to speak in English at home because we want him to get used to the language before he join the reception class. (Yelah, I tak pandai ckp org putih, masa darjah 6 selalu terkejut beruk dalam kelas English bila cikgu panggil suruh baca karangan)

I wanted to scold him. Born in a malay family (Jawa+ Bugis+ Minang= considered Malay, true?), I was used to being scolded like this "Biaaasaaaaaa dia....", with the correct intonation.

So, how to say "biaaasaaaa diaa..." in English?"Assss Usssuuuaalllllll". Let alone the intonation, the phrase also sounds weird and funny... hemmm...

Sometimes, we cannot just change things in our life...

3 comments:

kucingorengemok said...

kalau ikut tonasi biasaaaaaa dia! kena la as uuuuuuu-sual! hahaha, ok lawak jadinya. (jangan lupa HEP sebelum phrase marah tu) ;)

ibusinga said...

heh heh heh...
saaaaaaama je macam mak kiter marah masa dulu2..

melovesfood said...

KOG: itu la, semalam lupe nak sebut perkataan HEP.. tu yg rasa mcm pelik semcm jek..

Ibusinga: seriously, bile ckp je "biasaaaaaa dia", dia terus nangis beria2.. effectnya lagi hebat dr kena jentik kat tangan.. hehehe

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