Friday, January 14, 2011

Long Time No Kai-Kai

How come that dog can go kai-kai but not me?

We have a new neighbor who owns a white dog. I always see a granny walking that dog and it is very well-behaved (unlike my dogs). It doesn't bark indiscriminately (like Coco) and it walks slowly beside Granny. So unlike Wawa who goes beserk at the sight of bushes and birds. Kai-kai is baby talk for going out. Kai means "street". It is a Hakka word. Chinese has many dialects, Hakka being one of them. Hakka is widely spoken in Sabah (my state) so even though I am not a Hakka I can speak like one.

1 comment:

Rubie said...

Look how beautiful the back of that schnauzer head is!!! If you can't take them out as often as they want, at least they can see out through your big windows! Tail Wuggles, Rubie.

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