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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Quite Small Tales volume 4

Chon-Chon hated his English class because the teacher always picked on him. One day, after being the butt of the class’s laughter yet again, Chon-Chon asked his teacher: “Teacher, why do you always pick on me?” The teacher replied, “Because you’re just so pickable!” Chon-Chon, realizing the injustice of not being able to pick on the teacher back, replied “Well, you’re despicable!”
Totongo was on a date with a girl. After seeing a concert they went to a buffet afterwards to eat dinner. Seeing that there were fewer chairs than people, Totongo suggested that he move quickly through the line to save a seat for him and his date. He found a seat and sat down to eat his salad. His date arrived some time later, and stood next to her chair on the other side of the table. After several seconds, Totongo was confused as to why she wasn’t seated. Thinking she had forgotten something, he asked her what was wrong. “I don’t want to tell you,” said his date. Totongo assumed it was personal, and asked her if he could help. “No,” she answered. After several moments of awkwardness, and after having attracted the attention of several onlookers, his date finally hinted that she wished to be seated by him.
One day, Dinko's mother Tinga bought him new clothes and asked him to try them on. “No,” said Dinko. “I don’t need new clothes.” “Alright,” said Tinga. “But at least let me see if they’re your size. Then I’ll take them back.” When Dinko was putting on his clothes, Tinga told his older brothers and sisters to compliment Dinko’s clothes when he emerged. They smothered him with compliments about his new clothing. “Thank you for trying them on, Dinko,” said Tinga. “You can take them off so I can bring them back to the store now.” “No,” said Dinko. “I like them.”

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