Monday, May 14, 2012

Simon says...

I came back from the morning class and saw a few Malay kids ( primary school ) playing at the lobby. They are playing the " Simon Says " game, but in Malay version : " Cikgu Kata ". It's so nice to see them playing an authentic kids game, than playing with some iPhone of iPad.

While waiting for the lift, i watched them played...

" Cikgu Kata, lompat. " ( all jumped )
" Cikgu Kata, berdiri. " ( all stood up )
" Angkat tangan kiri. " ( nobody moves .. smart kids ;p )
" Cikgu Kata, pusing belakang. ( all turned back )

Ding~ 
My lift arrived, and i stepped in with another makcik. While the door closing, i heard ..

" Cikgu Kata ... pantat. "

I looked at that makcik and laughed. She didn't say anything.. just " Ish.. budak ni. " LOL ;p



What is your favorite game when you were a kid?
Mine are hide n seek, galah panjang, congkak, etc.

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    1. hahaha.. va jay jay la..hahahaa

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    2. Hahaha, "pantat".

      I learnt new word today.

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    3. @CX .. OMG! u dunno this word? how to do ur project if u dunno this type of thing lerrrr? must give u tuition liao ;p

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  2. I liked to play masak-masak!

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    1. really? so want is ur signature dish?
      daun masak batu? or bunga masak pasir? lol ;p

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  3. starcraft, age of empires 2, shogun total war, pokemon, super mario... alot lah, cant recall all...

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    1. wow.. obviously u r from the tech generation liao..
      i tak pernah main any of the above.. except mario :)

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    2. erm... does lego, cycling, running counts? lolll

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    3. that last 2 dah considered sports.. which i dun really do as well...lol ;p

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  4. Pepsi cola ONE TWO THREE!~~ Haha!

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    1. i know that game.. but dun really like it..
      cos my legs are short.. difficult to reach target :( lol

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  5. pepsi cola proton saga makali i love you! hahah owh, fire and ice, and basketball and all la. But still fire and ice was the bomb.

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    1. what is proton sags makali i love u?
      oso .. fire and ice? sounds familiar but how to play huh?

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  6. Hide and seek, pepsi cola, catching, ice and fire/water, kondo kondi, hopskotch, skipping rope (the one using rubber bands), batu seremban, zig zag, etc.

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    1. i'm good in batu seremban.. cos got big palm..hahaha
      skipping rope.. normally can't pass those over the head one :(

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  7. Wow..was a big fan of the Galah game and the most dashing was Bola Mati with tenis ball. Miss it much.

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    1. bola mati? is it same as 'chopping' ( dodgeball-ish? )

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  8. I think for me, the most memorable one would be hide & seek.

    Used to play with Lego, and my sister's Barbie dolls.

    Hehe...

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    1. i guess most of us are very good with hiding huh? lol ;p

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  9. Pantat seems very comment huh...LoL..

    Galah panjang is a must..batu seremban as well (got interclass competition too), pepsi cola...hide and seek, lompat getah.. :)

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    1. comment or common? but when a little girl said it.. sound very funny..lol
      wow..interclass batu seremban? we only have interclass galah panjang...haha

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  10. Nice to know not all the kids these days have their faces buried in iPads and consoles.

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    1. yes yes ..
      pity those kids who doesn't have chance to experience their actual childhood :p

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  11. Like all girls in my era, I played masak masak, rope skipping, batu sembilan, a game played using red-bean (acasia seed) ..... the list goes on....

    As my eldest sister was a seamstress, there were always a lot of left over little pieces of cloth in the house, so I used them to sew dresses for my dolls, quite a good designer then, no wonder I keep a straight record of excellent for my needle work in school, haha.... Nowadays barbie dolls come with many sets of clothings, and parents don't mind spending unnecessary money for doll clothings for their spoiled brat :((

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  12. i like that red bean game as well.. used to searched for them under the huge tree..
    btw, bila join balik gym?

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    1. I am taking a rain check. Looking after a baby is no joke, I am so exhausted at the end of the day, both physically and mentally, it's as if I have attended 3 classes of GX back to back........

      Enjoy your holiday.

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