Mader : Tell me why I must buy for you?
Son : AGAPE
Mader : What ape?
Son : A G A P E. Agape also you never heard of? It means unconditional love.
Mader : What you mean?
Son : Because you love me unconditionally lorrr…so must buy.
Mader : Cilaka, emotional blackmail kah? Cincai lah. Buy lah. But sure kena from your fader. He will definitely say “No sale, also buy. Wait discount 50% only buy.” Faster, #1, you also choose one pair of the same price or else you say I berat sebelah, pilih kasih, double standard. Your papa is going to faint ‘cos he is paying. Not me, my bank got money but cannot touch wan.
And we burnt a few hundreds RM in one afternoon shopping for clothes and shoes. Nice! See #2 entry on the Bob Marley’s shoe. He urged me to get a fuschia pink and black New Balance walking shoe as well. I cannot part with the money leh.
Haih….the Lohs and their sweet tongues. I got conned by one with his AGAPE and unconditional love theory.
7 thoughts on “Shopping therapy”
Bought for kids but didn’t buy for self.
It’s the same thing with me and my kids.
Son is smart! Surely mader will get blackmailed when going for shopping therapy? I always thought shopping therapy only exist in mama’s dictionary. We “papa” hate shopping..haha
Oh you bought for #1 and #2, what if the rest get jealous? looks like motherhood is not enough huh
eh lilian, u want a god sis or not? then u can agape me.. haha
Hehehehe, search wordweb, and I found it.
Noun : (Greek) love (especially love that is spiritual and selfless in nature)
Adjective : With the mouth wide open as in wonder or awe
LOL, sweet! Like father like son. With moo_t’s explanation, your #2 was referring to the “noun” while you probably reacted in the “adjective”? LOL
lolx ur sons are cute…they wan a godbro oso? xD
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