I remembered back then during one Hari Raya, I was in Kuching watching television. Along came my dear cousin, who was 5 year old, called Zeti. (What sort of name is that? :P) She's very cute, and very girlish, and being the last sibling and only girl in her family doesn't help either (oopss.. just like me huh?). At times, I think she is pretty annoying. She speaks in a sing-song way which I think most little girls do. *sigh*
She came and sat beside me when I was lazing around watching the television in my baju kurung.
Zeti : Hyeeee~~~
Me : *looks at her*
Zeti : Can I sit here?
Me : Yah, whatever. *damn I sound like a mean bitch*
Zeti : *sits beside me*
While watching the television, suddenly I had this weird idea.
Me: Zeti, next time you see me, you cannot call me "Kak Farah". You have to say, "Hi perempuan cantik!"
*at that point, her elder 13 year old brother just snickered*
Zeti : *looks at me puzzled*
Me : Do you understand?
Zeti : *still looking puzzled*
I continued to watch the television then.
Finally she started to talk. At that point, my brother (24 years old this year) sat at the couch area as well.
Zeti : Kak Farah, I say "girl~~~~" not "perempuan~~~~~". *in a sing song voice*
Then she walked towards the kitchen. Zeti's elder 13 year old brother laughed when I said that.
My brother who heard her saying this became puzzled.
Obviously my face changed listening to what that little brat said to me.
So I turned to my brother.
Me : I don't say "girl~~~~~~~" I say "bitch~~~~~~~~~" *in the exact sing song voice that the little brat did*
At that point, the 13 year old boy (Zaid) laughed his head off.
My brother looked panicky and said "Hey, don't say that! She's just 5 years old. Too early to be a bitch. Let her grow up a bit then she can say that."
*hurmmmhhhh.. pissed off*