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PostSubject: Hokkien Jokes   Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:22 am

Dr. Quek made a routine house call to Mr. Lim, one of his
>elderly patients. He asks, "And how are you doing today, Mr. Lim?"
>Mr. Lim replies, "I feel just fine, doc. But you know, it's the
>strangest thing. Every night when I get up to pang jio, the bathroom light
>goes on for me automatically when I open the door!" The doctor is
>worried that the old man is getting senile, so he phonesthe man's son, and
>the son's wife answers. The doctor tells her, "Mrs. Lim, I'm a little
>concerned about your father-in-law. It seems that when he gets up to
>urinate at night and opens the bathroom door, the light somehow goes
>on..." At which point, Mrs. Lim yells, "Aiyoh, Ah Seng! Ah Pa pang jio in
>the fridge again!"

QUESTION :
>What's the difference between Ang-mo and Hokkien fairy Tales?

MAKE a guess.


Give up ?

ANSWER: Ang-mo fairy tales begin with "Once upon a time..." and
>Hokkien fairy tales begin with "Lim Peh ka li kong..."

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