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    My wife says I'm too nosey... at least, that's what she wrote in her diary.

    Eiffel Tower

    Hot 2 years ago

    A boy of 6 years old never pays attention to his pant's zipper...which is always being left open. Because of this his mother often gets angry.
    One day some of his relatives plan to visit their city, so his mother advised him that whenever she tells him to "close the Eiffel Tower", it means that he has to close his zipper.
    His relatives arrive, and after some time, the boy asked his aunti, "Aunti, why did you come here?"
    His aunti answered, "Dear boy, we came here to see the Eiffel Tower."
    The boy said in great excitement, pointing towards his zipper, "But aunti, the Eiffel Tower is closed."
    Aunti replied, "My boy, that is the small Eiffel Tower. I came here to see big one."
    The boy answered politely, "Aunti, then I will have to call my dad."

    You know that Camp doesnt mean a cabin in the woods. The men in your family were gardeners, farmers or produce workers. The women in your family were seamstresses, domestic workers or farm laborers. Your Issei grandparents had an arranged marriage. One of your relatives was a "picture bride." You have Nisei relatives named Tak, Tad, George, Harry or Shig. You have Nisei relatives named Keiko, Aiko, Sumi or Mary. Youre Sansei and your name is Janice, Glen, Brian, Bill or Kenji. Youre thinking of naming your Yonsei child, Brittany, Jenny, Lauren, Garett or Brett, with a Japanese middle name. All of your cousins are having hapa kids. You have relatives who live in Hawaii. You belong to a Japanese credit union Wherever you live now, you always come home to the Obon festival. The bushes in your front yard are trimmed into balls. You have a kaki tree in the backyard. You have at least one bag of sembei in the house at all times. You have a Japanese doll in a glass case in your more...

    You understand a lot of Tagalog, but can hardly speak it. Make fun of your parents' accents. As a child, you were totally embarrassed to eat spaghetti with sliced hot dogs in it. Now, there is absolutely no way you will eat spaghetti without the hot dogs. In fact, you suggest to your non-Filipino friends that hot dogs make spaghetti taste better. As a child, you hated being Filipino. Now, you wear Pinoy Pride T-shirts. You still wear Tsinelas (slippers). You still take off your shoes when entering a house. (Southern California) You've ever lived in Baldwin Park, Carson, Cerritos, the ghetto part of L. A., West Covina, Walnut or Diamond Bar. (Northern California) You've ever lived in Union City. You don't steal things (e. g., towels, soaps, tissues, cups) from hotel rooms like your parents did. And when you do take things, you deny that the action is not a Filipino trait. You don't care if a T-shirt was made in the Philippines or the USA. As long as it has a designer label on it, more...

    Name Please

    Hot 4 years ago

    "Your name?"
    >> "Dinesh."
    >> "How do you spell it?"
    >> "D-I-N...."
    >> "Slow, slow, T?"
    >> "No, D.
    >> "Is that T as in Tom, or D as in Dennis?"
    >> "No, not Dennis, my name is Dinesh."
    >> "I know that. I am asking you, is that a T as in Tom, or D as in. ..
    >> as in Detroit?"
    >> "I don't know who Tom is, and I haven't been to Detroit. I just came
    >> to the US from Madras."
    >> "OK, OK, I know that. Is that T-I- or D-I-? "
    >> "D. D-I-. D-I-N-E-S-H."
    >> "Is that your last name or first name?"
    >> "Uh? Dinesh is my name."
    >> "OK. What is your LAst name?"
    >> "That is my first and last name. Dinesh."
    >> "Then, is your name Dinesh Dinesh?"
    >> "No. My name is Dinesh."
    >> "But what is your LAST NAME? I am ASKING YOU ABOUT more...

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