It was a scorching hot afternoon and three men were flocking together. One was making ban-chean-kueh. He is old. Another one was probably a salesman wasting company’s time by hanging out with them, waiting for his ban-chean-kueh.
The third one is a tattoo-ed guy, with an earring and a tight red collarless t-shirt. He is supposed to be helping the old man to pack the Chinese pancakes and deal with the money.
So, this woman with 3 sons was there, waiting for her order. The youngest child was in her arms.
So, the two ban-chean-kueh sellers were telling the salesman about the RM120 kuey-teow soup (noodle soup) they ate in Johor which has abalone inside. Abalone like the above costs around RM180 per tin? (not sure of the price ‘cos I never eat them for decades already)
Woman, being wise and arrogant, did not give a fark to their conversation and was looking at the passing cars with no expression.
Suddenly, from abalone, the stupid red shirt, tattoo-ed, earring-ed man’s conversation turned to China oyster. With his super humsup grin, he guffaw-guffawed like woman was either deaf, from Russia or a retard (no offence to any one of these three, please) or born yesterday. In his lewd voice, he talked about RM150 China oysters. His beady eyes were trying to catch if woman understood his meaning. No expression. Woman pretended to be busy conversing with toddler in English.
Then, he proceeded to tell the salesman how nice it is. These oysters are fresh, flown in from China and taste good with a dash of lime (lemon wateva). The three of them laughed like monkeys.
OK, you red shirt, tattoo-ed, earring-ed stupid DOM, just you wait. I am going to curse till yours turn into a pickled dill. (I am gonna show you, dear readers, what pickled dill looks like. I shall wait for daytime when I have the right lighting to capture a green dill with warts on it.) Meantime, I shall fumed that I did not bring along my camera.
Otherwise, I would have pretended to tell them that I am taking photos of the pancake, took their photos and post them up on public forums and hope their wives/girlfriends found it. Caption – DOM having a taste for China oysters. I hope they turned green-lips (good abalones have green lips, btw) after eating too many. BTW, really ah, China ones only cost RM150? No limit buffet wor.
Whoever dun geddit, shouldn’t be reading my blog. 🙂