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Meaning of “Hmm”

X: do you drink? :O

May: no

X: hmm

…….

May: what’s that hmm means?

X: hmm - ‘I am in deep thought, please wait a few minutes/seconds before you receive a meaningful reply from me. However, if I don’t reply, it is most likely that my short attention span has made me forget about our conversation’

May: excellent reply, i like that.

So, I finally understand the meaning of “Hmm”, from this very meaningful short conversation.

Kuwaiti Dating

You gotta read this, it’s hilarious. There are step by step preparations and procedures to take while ask out a Kuwaiti gal.

3. Clearly state your intention by saying the phrase “I would like to take (insert her name here) out for dinner”.

4. Repeat the phrase until you lose the ability to speak as the father’s hands squeeze out any remaining air in your voice box.

5. Start using sign language to indicate your intention. Look towards your girlfriend’s window, point to it and use both hands to draw a heart in the air.

Read full instructions here: How To Ask A Kuwaiti Father If You Could Take His Daughter Out For Dinner

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  • Morning Tea Muses

    Tea Articles: Stand Up For Your Rights!

    Interesting featured article by Eric Meyer at ThinkVitamin.

    “So you want to be a farmer, eh? Farming ain’t easy, boy, but it’s honest work and it puts food on the table. How much do you know about it?”

    “Not much, but I’d like to get started right away.”

    “I like your attitude, boy! Ever had a garden?”

    “No. Never really wanted one.”

    “Hm. Well, maybe I could start you plantin’ some corn. That ain’t too hard, and it’s good for learnin’ how to put the seeds in right, plus I could take the time to cover some of the basics about weather signs.”

    “What are you talking about? I don’t want to plant seeds or hear about the weather, of all things. I want to be a farmer.”

    “You all there in the head, boy? How else do you plan to grow food, if you don’t plant seeds and keep the fields watered and fertilized? How do you expect to have your crops make it without knowin’ about the weather?”

    “Why would I want to dig in the dirt or listen to boring lectures about meteorology, when all I want is to be a farmer?”

    Tea Thoughts: Moth + Flame = Flying Sparkler (Via: Jachin Gtalk Status)
    I’m thinking what exactly that mean…

    Tea Translator: Bable Fish Translation (Via: Jachin to translate all those German, Spanish, Latin, French Gtalk Status craziness going on with the office gang)

    Tea Star: “Think with your head not your heart, and refuse to be drawn in to the negativity of others. There is idealistic energy around today and you will be easily lured situations that do not concern you.” via: Fijitimes Horoscope

    Tea Special News: Diwali sweets and early half day break for Diwali weekend.

    Tea Disappointment: I didn’t win anything from Diwali special draw. hehehe.

    Tea Download: Internet Explorer 7 for window XP.

    Tea-pingVoid: hehehe

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    Via: GapingVoid

    OK! Back to work!

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  • Miscommunication

    Just a workplace humor.

    Memo from CEO to Manager:
    Today at 11 o’clock there will be a total eclipse of the sun. This is when the sun disappears behind the moon for two minutes. As this is something that cannot be seen everyday, time will be allowed for employees to view the eclipse in the parking lot. Staff should meet in the lot at ten to eleven, when I will deliver a short speech introducing the eclipse, and giving some background information. Safty googles will be made available at a small cost.

    Memo from Manager to Department Head:
    Today at ten to eleven, all staff should meet in the car park. This will be followed by a total eclipse of the sun, which will appear for two minutes. For a moderate cost, this will be made safe with goggles. The CEO will deliver a short speech beforehand to give us all some information. This is not something that can be seen everyday.

    Memo from Department Head to Floor Manager:
    The CEO will today deliver a short speech to make the sun disappear for two minutes in the form of an eclipse. This is something that cannot be seen everyday, so staff will meet in the car park at ten or eleven. This will be safe, if you pay a moderate cost.

    Memo from Floor Manager to Supervisor:
    Ten or eleven staff are to go to the car park, where the CEO will eclipse the sun for two minutes. This doesn’t happen every day. It will be safe, and as usual it will cost you.

    Memo from Supervisor to staff:
    Some staff will go to the car park today to see the CEO disappear. It is a pity this doesn’t happen everyday.

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  • Dying Inspirations

    It’s all because of Ma Moe and her ideas. :P
    I’ll try my best to follow along. I’ll write Burmese and English or mix verses every week.
    I’m no poet nor I a writer, so bear with me.

    Dying Inspirations

    Other day Ma Moe said,
    For me to write a poem every night,
    I said, “Oh ma, how can I!”,
    “For I, not know a poem”.
    She said “May you Do or Die”,
    “Cos’ I can glare from a thousand miles”.

    I begged and dragged and made a bribe,
    To write a poem every forth-night.
    We settled with our scores,
    To have it on weekly chores,

    So I scratch and scrub and start to track,
    To see how my smart arse progress.
    Then my bro came and said,
    Are you crazy, what a crap,
    That doesn’t make a single sense.

    I said, “What you! Don’t be a slime,”
    “Give yourself a simple try, to make it a better rhyme.”
    But I know he doesn’t care,
    He thinks poems are dull as squares.

    So here on Mayvelous I shall scream,
    To regain my dying inspirations.
    And I stare, glare, flair and share the rhythm,
    With a little tag for Sarnil and Jason.

    Tagging You: Criers, 99Sanay, CMS, N3, Sarnil, Jason

    No nah nah not me! Ma Moe started it!!! :D

    Regarding 1337

    A friend of mine said something about me being 1337 and I was confused by his usage. My first thought was he calling me old, or some kind of centuries beings. So I simply asked him what that means and he forwarded me this interesting wiki article on 1337 – leet. After reading it, then only I know he was complimenting me(I think). What an idiot I am.
    The article was a good read and I learnt lots of new terms from it so here I am sharing with you. May be you already know about it but for those who don’t know can take note of it.

    Leet (or 1337, l33t, l33+, etc, derived from the word “Elite”) is a linguistic phenomenon associated with the underground culture centered on telecommunications, manifested primarily on the Internet, and is especially prevalent in gaming (as in video games) communities.

    The name Leet itself is derived from the word elite (also 31337). Elite has been used in the past to designate a group of users as belonging to a higher social echelon than other users. Originally, elite had been reduced to one syllable, leet.

    Because of this derivation from the word elite, calling someone or something leet may be considered a compliment, although it is also used in an ironic derogatory manner

    1337 - leet character table

    There are lots of symbolic meaning involve in each numbers and characters that you can use them to form totally new culture/language. Most of those fancy words are used on chats to shorten the words to achieve faster message delivery. For example, the very basic or well known usage of chat short-hands are g8, l8ter, brb, gtg, ltns, etc (ok, that’s all I know. :d)

    Leet finds its base in written communication over electronic media. Most simply, it has evolved as a way of forming exclusive cliques in on-line communities, notably Bulletin Board Systems and online multiplayer games

    …using Leet in discussion has become a bit of a novelty or joke. Users have begun using Leet to indicate that they are part of the Leet-using counterculture, or to mock the existence thereof.

    It’s very interesting that the whole 26 English characters can be formed by different types of Leet phrases. I read on and on about the usage of “x0r” and “z0r”, having a grammar etc. Then I got to this section, kekeke, I was so surprised to find that it actually came from some expression language, and not a made up girlish laugh. I was also surprised to find out that there are lots of funny words to express laughter in different culture. Think about you typing your laugh as “hahaha”, you go, “jajaja” “hoh-hoh-hoh”, “fufufu”, “hu hu hu”. LOL Oh Gosh, when some of my friends type “kekeke” as their laugh, I was thinking they must be crazy. It’s quite alrite to hear “kekeke” from a girl but when I hear “kekeke” from a guy, I just want to give him one big slap; I just can’t stand that kind of laugh from a guy. LOL

    The expression “kekeke” is widely believed to have come from Koreans. In the Korean language, people expressed laughter in writing by repeating the letter “ㅋ” (Korean letter for the hard k [as opposed to the g or soft k, "ㄱ"], called 키읔 or “kieuk”) many times over. Since early versions of StarCraft did not allow players to write in Hangul (the name of the Korean writing system), Koreans would romanize their language. Hence, kekeke was born. The phrase is an onomatopoetic Korean phrase similar to the English “hahaha”, Spanish “jajaja,” French “hoh-hoh-hoh-hoh-hoh,” or Japanese “fufufu”

    Some English speakers use “kekeke” as a form of laughing, similar to giggling although it is still primarily used by Korean speakers.

    Kekeke is also used as an evil laugh and is used by players using devious tactics and/or playing evil characters.

    Check out these examples of leet in action:

    7h1$ 1$ 4n 3x4mp£3 0ƒ £337 47 17$ ƒ1n3$7. 1 w1££ 74|{3 7h1$ 0pp3r7µn17¥ 70 r3m1nÐ ¥0µ 7h47 ¥0µ $h0µ£Ð 4£w4¥$ 937 ¥0µr |{1Ð$ p37 $p4¥3Ð 0r n3µ7r3Ð. N3v3r £34v3 h0m3 w17h0µ7 4 70w3£. 4nÐ n0 m4773r wh47 7h3¥ $4¥, 7h3r3 1$ n0 ([]\/\/ |_3\/3|_.

    (This is an example of leet at its finest. I will take this opportunity to remind you that you should always get your kids pet spayed or neutered. Never leave home without a towel. And no matter what they say, there is no cow level.)

    ! _/(_)$7 134|?/\/3|) vv#47 1337 /\/\34/\/5.

    (I just learned what leet means.)

    So yah, have a read through this article and I’m sure you’ll find it quite facinating.
    Thanks Forlani for the tip and the link: Leet

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    Dar TaChoung Hnint Arluu

    က်မ အေမက သူသြင္ေပးေနၾက အာလူးကို ဒီေန႔မွ က်မအား အျမင္ကပ္ ဆႏၵျပၿပီး ကိုယ္ဟာကိုယ္ သြင္္ခိုင္းလိုက္ သျဇင့္၊ ဗိုက္ကဆာဆာ၊ စိတ္ကတိုတိုျဖင့္ အာလူးသြင္ရင္း ထြက္ေပၚ လာေသာ အေတြးအပိုင္းအစေလးမ်ားကို ခ်ေရးလိုက္ျခင္း ျဖစ္ပါသည္။

    ေအးစက္ မာေၾကာၿပီး၊ အေရာင္ကင္းမဲ့လွတဲ့၊ က်မရဲ့ လက္ေခ်ာင္းမ်ားဟာ…

    • ကီးဘုတ္တစ္ခုေပၚမွာ သြက္လက္လ်င္ျမန္စြာ
      ေျပးလႊား ေဆာ့ကစား တတ္တယ္
    • စာရြက္သားျဖဴ တစ္ခုေပၚမွာ၊ ညီညာဝိုင္းစက္တဲ့
      အကၡရာမ်ားကို ခဲသားမ်ားနဲ႔၊ ေရးျခစ္တတ္တယ္
    • စုတ္တံတစ္ေခ်ာင္းကို က်င္လည္စြာ ေဝႊ႔ရမ္းၿပီး
      ရုပ္လံုးေပၚေအာင္ ေဆးသားမ်ားနဲ႔ ျခယ္မႉန္းအသက္သြင္းတတ္တယ္
    • သိုးေမႊးခ်ည္ခင္ကို အပ္တစ္ေခ်ာင္းႏွင့္
      ဒီဇိုင္းအမ်ိဳးမ်ိဳး ေဖာ္တတ္တယ္
    • ဆယ္ေခ်ာင္းေသာ လက္အဆံုကို၊ စည္းခ်က္ညီစြာ
      အကြက္က်က် ယိမ္းႏြဲ႔ၿပီး ကကြက္တစ္ခု ဖန္တီးတတ္တယ္
    • ဘတ္တံတစ္ေခ်ာင္းကို အနိမ့္အျမင့္၊ အတိုးအခ် လိုအပ္သလို အားသံုးၿပီး
      ၾကက္ေတာင္တစ္လံုး တဖတ္ကြင္းထဲ က်ေအာင္ ရိုက္တတ္တယ္
    • လက္စစ္မ်ားကိုေကြးၿပီး ဂ်စ္ကန္ကန္လုပ္တတ္ေသာ ညီမရဲ့ေခါင္းကို
      ေဒါက္ကနဲ ျမည္ေအာင္ေခါက္တတ္တယ္
    • အလြန္အစသန္ေသာ ေမာင္ကို၊ က်စ္က်စ္ဆုပ္ထားတဲ့
      လက္ေခ်ာင္းမ်ားနဲ႔ ထိုးႏွက္ကုတ္ျခစ္တတ္တယ္
    • က်မအျမင္ကပ္ေအာင္ လုပ္ေသာသူမ်ားကို၊ က်မရဲ့လက္မ်ားက
      ေတြ႔ရာတုတ္တစ္ေခ်ာင္းကို ေကာက္၍ေသာ္၄င္း
      လက္ခ်ီးသက္သက္ ေသာ္၄င္း
      လွည့္ရိုက္ရန္ ဝန္ေလးေလ့ မရွိခဲ့

    ဤမွ် အသံုးဝင္လွေသာ က်မ၏ လက္မ်ားသည္
    ဓါးတစ္ေခ်ာင္း၊ အာလူးတစ္လံုးႏွင့္ ေတြ႔မိေသာ အခါ…

    ဓါးတစ္ေခ်ာင္း ႏွင့္ အာလူး

    ဓါးတစ္ေခ်ာင္းကိုင္ ဆရာမနိုင္
    ပြက္ပြက္ညံေအာင္ဆိုးလွ၏။

    အာလူးတစ္လံုးသြင္ ရပ္ကြက္တြင္
    ျပဲျပဲစင္ေအာင္ ၾကားရ၏။

    အရပ္ကူပါ လူဝိုင္းပါ
    အေမလာ လွည္ပါ တဆာဆာ။
    အျဖစ္ၾကီးက ၾကီးသေနာ္၊
    ေမာင္သာမိရဲ႔ ၾကီးေတာ္။

    (Ok I don’t know where that come from.)

    တစ္လံုးႏႊာ တစ္နာရီ၊ လုပ္ပါအံုး ကုန္ၿပီ
    အသားထြင္သလား၊ အခြံႏႊာတာလား

    လက္ကတုန္ရင္၊ ဓါးစုတ္က မလႉပ္ခ်င္
    အခြံနာက မထြက္၊ ျပတ္တာက ငါ့လက္။

    ဖြတ္မရ၊ ဓါးဆံုး၊ ငါ့အာလူးတစ္လံုး
    ျပဳတ္လို႔ ထုေထာင္းၿပီး၊
    ငပိေထာင္း လုပ္ခဲ့၏ ။ ။

    French Fries လုပ္ဖို ၾကိဳးစားေနဆဲ က်မဘဝေလးပါ။

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