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Uncle.... Puaka

Atok always brings Tufeil down by the garden. He must have met the Bangla worker cos one day when he was peering out the window from our room, he pointed to the man downstairs and said "Uncle"

Then at another instance, I told him that's Uncle Bangla. He doesn't know how to pronounce it and it turned out sounding PUAKA, which in old malay means GHOST. We laughed our heads off when he first said it that now its stuck.

video

This is a video trying to capture the PUAKA.

It's a bit long waiting for it to come and i dont know or lazy to use the video editor so just watch lah.

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1 glasses of Juice:

Nisa AK said...

Awww, so cute to hear him talking! I love listening to kids, specially when they start pronouncing words and then later on its quite hilarious so listen to them expressing themselves in their own words heheheh