I had to phrase the following in the most ciivilised manner or else all four-letter Hokkien words will explode out of your PC.
Ah Lian asked her parents for their low cost flat to be mortgage so she can take RM30,000 to buy a Lamb Burger.Â She had invested RM2K earlier.Â That flat is the blood, sweat and tears of the parents.Â The parents seek the advice of one ‘accountant’.Â He tiu-ed them no end so they dropped the idea and refused to let their daughter mortage the flat.
Now, Ah Lian comes to Mr. Accountant and tries to convince this bull-headed man.Â Of course, he did not relentÂ and he did some researches.Â If he had told the ‘wife’ (ahem), she would have shown him the anti-lamb burger blog (but she never followed it so she doesn’t know the content).Â Ah Lian wanted to get her Manager to talk to Mr. Accountant but heh, Mr. Accountant tiu-ed it off.Â Then, Ah Lian wanted to borrow the RM30K from him.Â (he is the uncle)
(must rant a bit : Niamah, Chinese New Year, Christmas come to Mr. Acc. house eat also never say thank you, never wish, never anything and acted like some blardy VIP guests and now, dare to come ask money, CCB. Go open your legs and sell that CCB and get the amount lah.)
The wife only knew about this last night. Good thing she wasn’t drinking curry gravy or maybe you all got no blog to read today because curry shot out of every orificies.
I don’t know what society has become. Where young people like Ah Lian get the idea that money falls from the sky. They can be so trusting when there is a possiblity of money smells in the air. But try getting them to believe in God, they ptuii it.
Haih…..girls, next time remember to find an orphan to marry, or at least find an only son. Eh, gimme the link of the burger blog again? And how does it work ah?