Lost Grave

My cousin called me yesterday to tell me strange news of my father’s family losing my grandmother’s grave. Yes. Lost Granny’s grave.

My father’s brother bought three plots in the cemetery in Port Dickson in 1999 when Gran (Ah Por) passed away aged 100. She was buried in one of the plots. There was supposed to be a tombstone erected a few months later, stomach but Uncle (Peh Deh) dawdled because he wanted something grand. Four years later, order and there’s no tombstone, unhealthy and my relatives have been paying respects at either plots two or three, because some think she’s in plot two and some think she’s in plot three. This April, it dawned on them that some of them have been praying at the wrong, empty, plot.

I’d say this is in keeping with family tradition now. Great grandfather’s grave in Hainan was overrun by chickens from the nearby free range chicken farm and was barely visible (Chinese graves are usually a mound marked by a tombstone), because of the accumulated wear from years of chicken feet stampede.

Transcript of an online conversation between brothers (we live in the same house)

Shut A Bug says:

them kittens are eating cat food.

Ah Lee G (me) says:

as long as they don’t eat cat.

Shut A Bug says:

they be spilling cat food coz they go inside the bowl to eat.

Ah Lee G says:

so how?

Shut A Bug says:

need heavy bowl

Dear Malaysian Friends…

Dear (Malaysian Friend),

I’ll be serving the nation from 10th to 25th January. My unit is apparently going operational instead of training. So, if your bastard country does stupid things over the Pedra Branca / Pulau Batu Puteh or water supply issues, you’ll have to deal with the might of the Singapore Armour Regiment, for at least an hour or so, hahaha. I will be going shopping for supplies, and as long as I have enough snacks, insect repellent, and batteries for my portable FM radio, I am a veritable fighting machine. Malaysia won’t know what hit them (twisties wrappers can foul up navy ship propellers big time).

Operationally Ready and Proud of It National Serviceman