Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Randomssssss Joke

According to my mom, one of her friends
often visit Mental Hospital, as he/she
gives the patients there free hair cut.

During one of his/her visits, the
nurse was testing whether the patients
were mentally sound enough to be discharged.
She took a torchlight, and shone it on
the celling, then asked them what it was.

"Wow~! Marie Biah" one of them exclaimed
Note: Marie biah is a type of biscuit,
round and with dots on it. Biah simply means biscuit.

"Eh sai jia buay? (can eat one notx?)" the other
turned and asked the nurse.

"eh sai eh sai~ (can can~)" the nurse told them.

"ah ni gue, an zhua gia eh tio (so tall how can reach?)"

"aiya. gia lou tui pek tio gia eh tio lo~!"
(aiya. climb ladder den can get liaox lo~!)

"siao~! ah ni gue, gia buay tio eh lahx~!"
(siao~! so tall, cannot get one lahx~!)

In the end, the one who believe he can get it
by a ladder remain in the hospital, while the one
who say it's impossible got discharged. Irony?

*Lala didnt laugh at all when I told them.*

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Me, I && Myself

XueQi aka eRika aka GinGeR

I love to bake,
trying out to cook.
I love cookies,
learning to like making cakes.

I can be nice
or evil.
I can be hyper
or quiet.

Trying my best to always
Love what I do,
and Do what I love.

I serve Nuffnang!

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