Mak beh jin kia (mother cannot recognise kid)
Posted on March 19th, 2009 by Lilian • Filed under: Family
Mak beh jin kia is a Hokkien saying meaning you have changed so much, even your mother cannot recognise you anymore.
This applies to this mother who cannot remember which kid is which kid. And not only I cannot recognise, I bet no one else can recognise too. Including hubby.
I call my Matthew to come and see this picture :
I should have recorded what he said, “What ah…where ah….I don’t have this shirt, who ah , me meh?”
This is really ang koo in or from the same mould. I think my womb has German precision because I produce every kid with the same face.
Talking about same mould, the other day, I jabbed my #2 son and asked him why lah he so thin till the ribcage bones jutting out. Somemore he has different tastebuds from his brothers. Totally different from them.
And this is what he asked, “Eh, ma, are you sure we are from the same father?”
I tembak, “Chiiiiiii
Bye! Hmmm…women can do marvellous things. Just cannot imagine a huge human baby can travel through small tunnels. Really marvellous, we women.