Friday, 29 March 2013

A Boy And His Stuffed Tiger

Love this comic strip, I do. Ever since I was in secondary school and still do.
Son.

With his stuffed tiger, which we got for him when he was three. I think. 

He's going to kill me when he see this post but hey! That's what Mommies are for. To embarass their children at times! LOL

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    1. I love cartoons too!

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    2. They are a great stress reliever. :)

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  2. Wait, no, it wasn't all.

    That tiger should remain a member of the family for ever more. ^^

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    1. We will try and have it around till we can show the tiger to our grandkid(s) and embarrass the son even more! LOL

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  3. yeah, Calvin and Hobbes!! used to be one of those comics that i read.. i am not really into reading long comics like those Japanese manga, impatient enough to hold the book for too long.. so such comics that comes in couple of pages a chapter do me good (eg: Crayon Shinchan), best still, those simple 4-6 boxes comic strips (eg: Old Master Q)~~ :D

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    1. Remember those martial arts comics... HK mari one... I never liked that. But it was really popular. Wonder whether it's still popular now. Malay name was like "Pedang Setiawan" and such... xD

      I actually HATED Crayon Shin Chan and Doraemon comics. LOL

      I used to buy this rather "artsy" monthly comics... cannot remember the title. Pay a bomb for them each month. ;)

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  4. oh that cute tiger was his gift at 3 years old?? hmmm, he still keeps it well and still hugging and cuddling that tiger.. does Raimie hari hari mau itu harimau?? hahaha~~

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    1. Dia hari hari mau, macam Mommy also hari hari mau! wakaka

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  5. why Raimie wanna kill mommy?? what's wrong with that?? even Uncle SK is still hugging his Fing-Fing now, though he will never show himself doing that publicly, but just show that monyet alone to the bloggers~~ :D

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    1. Aiyoh, malu to all who see lah. So not cool for a 10 y.o. to be seen with a stuffed toy what! A boy some more.

      That's what he said la. We don't care one.

      This household does not care about what girls / boys can or cannot play or cannot do. :)

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  6. what a short post you have today lah.. see, my comments even add up with more words than your post!! hahahaha, maybe i am long winded kot?? :D

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    1. Mix and match mah.

      Get ready for a loooooong winded post on running soon! LOL

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  7. Oh your son reads your blogs too? That is nice! Luckily I always praised him, ha ha ha.....

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  8. I really love to read Calvin and Hobbes until now. I always thought I behaved and thought like Calvin when I was small, making believe in everything!

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    1. I love Calvin and Hobbes comics too. Last time, I bought a C & H t-shirt from Petaling Street. That time I studied in Uni. Muahahah!

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    2. I love it a lot. What Calvin said are always thought provoking, kan? And makes you think. :)

      Have a few books of C&H but dunno where it went to.

      T-shirt, no lah.

      I only like to read them. ^^

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  9. During my time, all my stuffed toys could not survive past my age of 5. I think they were all poorer quality then.

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    1. Or maybe you too ganas lah... Everyday mau terkam saja! MUahaha

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  10. I bought April a Pink Teddy Bear, and she too still hugs now and then.

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    1. Good.

      Shows that she appreciates and love it. Right? :)

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  11. haha.... my son who is already 22 still cuddles a Teddy bear.

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    1. Aiyoh, there's a 37y.o. boy in this house that still peluk a pillow when sleeping! LOL

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