Monday, October 16, 2006


Q: What is the meaning of 'HUTDUGAIKARSUI'?

A: A few of my fellow clansmen would probably know by now. For the benefit of the uninitiated:

Yes, 'HUTDUGAIKARSUI' or 'HUT DU GAI KAR SUI', is the Hainanese dialect word-for-word for the Mandarin phrase: '踢你的屁股' which in English means:

HUT = 踢(Kick)

DU GAI = 你的(Your)

KAR SUI = 屁股(Backside)

Note that 'HUTDUGAIKARSUI' is NOT the same as 'KICK-ASS' (e.g. What a kick-ass movie!)

Now don't you go to Purvis Street (aka Hainan 2nd Street) and start yelling "HUTDUGAIKARSUI" and stir up the hornet's nest.

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Sunday, October 01, 2006

There Can Only Be One

Note: Loosely adapted from something I heard from a friend.

Woman on right: "Hiyah! Just my luck! Tsk!"
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