Monday, February 27, 2006


KAU n. monkey (as in Macau)

The Star continues to amuse Sisuahlai with story like this: Monkeys attack masters.

Two monkeys, from two different areas, reared to pluck coconuts, went mental and attacked their masters after being instructed to do some coconut-plucking work.

"The monkey-attack victims were admitted to Alor Star Hospital. Both requiring stitches to the hands."

Now who's the kau?

Coincidence or planned? You decide.

Monkey 1: How much are you getting paid for one coconut?
Monkey 2: That si kui kia! Paid? More like slavery.
Monkey 1: Same here. How shall we revolt?
Monkey 2: Let's launch simultaneous monkey-attack half way through our plucking work.
Monkey 1: We'll be in deeper trouble.
Monkey 2: No. After the attack, let's make a dash into the forest.
Monkey 1: What?
Monkey 2: Let's rendezvous at coordinate 4 G.
Monkey 1: Ok. Let's hope we don't meet Bigfoot.
Monkey 2: Come on! You are a monkey, not the Malaysian Press. You don't believe in Bigfoot, do you?

If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything. Sisuahlai.


Anonymous Anonymous said... can also be kau=dog with a different pronounciation

February 27, 2006 8:45 AM  
Blogger Wuching said...

in sibu they call it "ang-kau" ooh ooh ooh ahh ahh ooh ooh ahh ahh

February 27, 2006 10:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it ain't me.....kow= dog. u don't call a chimp ang-kau 'cos it ain't red.

February 27, 2006 1:07 PM  

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