There's a super diva member ( Chinese ) in the gym who sometimes join my class. He always come in with branded stuff ( even his water bottle ;p ) and acted all diva like so the atas. Never social with any other members, just do whatever he needed to do and then go back ( ehh! ... sounds so like me lol ;p ).
As a friendly and caring ( ;p ) diva, i always wanted to talk to him. Saje nak check his background. So one day, i saw him in the at the changing room before the class. As a 'friendly' diva, i asked him ..
" Hi .. joing class today? "
Then dengan vogiunyerr ( tapi tak sevogiu i ;p ), he turned to me and said ..
" No larrr.. very laychee ( lazy ) la, no enerchee ( energy ) today. Just run on the mesin ( machine ) only. "
" Okay. See you in the class next time. "
I smiled to him and walked away. Ceh!! Diva kampung rupanyerrr. ;p
( yes ! i am a shallow person ;p )
I was once commented by a member that my English have a Penang Hokkian slang / accent ( padahal i'm Klang Hakka ;p ). Do you have any special slang / accent when you speak English?
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