Friday, June 04, 2010
The Wife who died of Hunger

These two days, I had these round biscuits
for breakfast. Holding on to it using my mouth
while I put on my shoes and marching off to work.
I got too lazy to use my hands afterwards,
and so I was munching away with that biscuit
sticking out of my mouth.

I managed to make this U shape in
the biscuit before I had to use my hand.
Looking at the biscuit then,
reminded me of this Chinese story
my mommy once told me when I was younger.

Once, there was this wife (most probably
fat and ugly, since the picture in the book
says so) that was really lazy that she needed
her husband to serve her EVERYTHING on bed.
Food, toilet, whatever on the bed.
She was just too lazy to even move herself.

One day, the husband wanted to go on a journey
for this Zhuan Yuan exam (those Chinese oldern days).
But he was really worry that his wife will strave
if he did not serve her food to her. So he had this idea.

He made this GIGANTIC biscuit and hanged it
around her neck. Then he went off on his journey.

Well, I dont know if that guy scored well in his exams,
but that's not the point. When the husband came back,
he found his wife dead. He thought, "It cannot be!
This biscuit should be able to last her for more than enough!"

Looking closer, he realised that his wife just ate
the biscuit near to her mouth. She was too lazy to
even turn or move her head.

- I might just be the next one. =X -

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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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