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      I was just talking to a friend online...and we started sharing childhood experiences...getting spanked and scolded, and for what reasons...and I remembered the funniest story...thought I'd share it with all of you here...I expect you folks to do the same...share something funny from your childhood

      I was in grade 3...my mom used to help us out with the homework most of the time...one day however, she was extremely bz...and she asked my dad to help us out (me and my bro)...everything was fine, till I started on my english homework...my english was weak...and my dad started losing his patience as I kept making mistakes...for one of the exercises, I had to use the given words in a sentence...and one of the words was "tide"...my dad was pretty angry by that time, and he warned me that I better get this one right...I thought for a min, and then very confidently, replied "We use tide to wash our clothes!" got a big SMACK and I didn't understand why, cuz that was perfectly good sentence for a kid who's in grade 3...so I got up and went to my mom, crying, told her what happened, and she started laffing 2 when she heard the sentence of course she ended up explaining what was wrong with it, and helped me with the rest of the homework...

      ok, now ur turn

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      sorry 'bout that^^

      i no 1.....but itz too embarrasing...
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      koolkomal: please go ahead and post it here

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      I had really hard time understanding X and Y in algebra. My dad tried to explain to me X and Y theories when I was in grad 4. He also lost patient once with me and I started crying that why the hell X and Y doean't have any number value with it.

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      ^^ seems like all dad's lose their patience quickly...

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      Ok, I am from one of those URDU medium schools. So in one of the class work tests we were to use some urdu words in sentences. I don't remember which grade it was - 4th or 5th maybe. One of the words was "Qailoola" which means taking a nap (or resting) after lunch. I thought it meant "Qulli Karna" or gargling because it sounds like "Qulli"

      I made the following sentence: "Main Roz subha uth ker Qailoola karta hooN" which in English means that I take a nap after I wake up every morning.

      As the reacher was checking the test papers, suddenly she started laughing really hard. And she called me while laughing. She explained to me what I had done and what the word meant. I was really embarrassed at that time. Now as I think about it, I find it rather funny and not embarassing.
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      LOL @ Qulli Karna I hope u also brushed ur teeth after that

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      A friend of mine was really weak in Urdu and his tutor was working very very hard to help him improve. One time the tutor asked him, after a test, okay so tell me how did you use this muhawara in a sentence, "daant khatay kerna". He said, oh that was easy. I wrote, hum nay kal aam (mangoes) kha ker apnay daant khatay ker liyeh".
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      Quote Originally Posted by DeSiMuNdA
      koolkomal: please go ahead and post it here
      hehe..no..itz ok..
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      erm... no.

      My mom was teaching me couting. I dont remember my age but all I remember is that she tied my feet up in a rope made up of a cloth hit me with a wooden stick cz I was unable to learn what she was teaching. She gave up cz all that beating did not help. Later in the evening, brought her first aid box and dressed up my wounds.

      Also, once, I was hit on my legs which turned all red with bruises and I was locked up in the store room cz I was being 'impolite' with a cousin who were visiting with her family. She had hid my shoes and I dont remember what I had done in return to get the beating. I was 7.

      One day, it was for 'not eating gobi'.

      I still haunt my mom for all such childhood incidents.

      My dad once slapped me which made me see birdies around my head. I was beating my older sister up real good He was watching through the door and I didnt know it

      Ah... sawwiee dont remember the funny ones at this time.

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      ...seems like all dad's lose their patience quickly...

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      aww elusive!! ur parents abused you so much!

      my funny story:

      in saudi arabia...there is a company called 'puck' or something like it...and in arabic its called 'book'.

      when i went to preschool for the first time, the teacher asked us to take out our favorit 'book' and put it on the desk...so i ran straight to my lunch box and pulled out my toasted cream cheese sandwhich. but everybody else had their books out..and i was SO excited to eat, but the teacher made me put it away...and she was giggling to herself...cuz she understood the 'book' sounding like a book. was i dumb or what?!
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      i don't have a funny childhood story

      why, or why?


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      LOL @ Book

      smilestar: u do u do...out with it

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      When i was around around 7,my khala got engaged. There was a big function at my nani's place and after the engagement when the groom's family and the groom were leaving,everyone was exchanging goodbye's. I stood on one of the chairs and cried at the top of my voice, " rukoooooo uncle... khala ko to lay kay jaooo!!"

      Everybody went silent and stared at me with the most horrible faces and then started laughing like crazy. My khalu still teases me for what I did. I was so stupid that i thought they have to take my khala with them because she got married.
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      I am copy-pasting one of many past incidents from my journal:
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      I would not say that it was a childhood incident but I was around 14 years old.

      It was an evening of 10th Muharram. After offering As'r prayer in our Mosque, all of us friends got together in the ground next to mosque.

      And instead of playing our usual Cricket game with aggressive bowling and "Mohalla Batting" AKA now Shahid Afridi style, we decided to play Foot Ball [Soccer]... I can recall it was during the time of Foot Ball World Cup; hence, the reason.

      This is also a funny thing that even though we only loved cricket to its core we've played every possible game in regular-after-school-evenings-sessions - ranging from Field Hockey to Soccer to PiThu Baari to Maaram Peeti to Naraaz Naraaz honaa LOL.....

      anyway, so we started playing foot ball. now this ground was interesting... It was in the middle of houses of the neighbours. so at all four ends there was a parrallel row of houses facing towards the ground.

      So, we were playing the game. At many occassions when there was a dispute among us, I was the most vocal person to voice my opinion almost everytime starting with the sentence "I am fasting today so do not think I am lieing" ... That happened few times and we continued to play.

      There was a house of a Choudhry Saahib at one end of the ground. And after a while we saw Chaudhry Saahib and his son who was a doctor, came out of their house, laid a table outside on the road infront of house and they had Rooh Afza [in milk] for everyone. They started calling us and we all forgetting about the game just ran towards them and if I remember correctly I drank two ful glasses of the drink. Later, when we return to the ground, and when at one time I said "I am fasting today..." right then everyone looked at me angrily and rushed towards me saying "JhootaY! you just drank two full glasses .."

      I was like KaaTo tau Badan maiN lahu naheeN...

      later, at home same friends tried to make fun of me infront of MOM and at that point MOM said it's okay if one forgets that he is fasting and eats by mistake...

      I was so relieved and at the same time I loved my MOM more than ever.

      I'd also heard that one who fasts gets his supplication listened; so innocently speaking I did make a dua... that... May Allah always let me forget that I am fasting whenever I am fasting.

      I know that was a very very selfish duaa but I was too young then

      Did not you guys have heard that story?

      A person started fasting for the first time in life. The very first day, he was eventhough fasting, it became so hard for him to see the day pass. In the evening, Imaam of Masjid told him that if he will continue, his duaa will be answered. That evening, he prayed Maghrib behind the Maulanaa Saahib and after the Namaaz, he prayed "Ya Allah! kal Eid Ho JaaYe.."

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      Okay, I was about 6-7 of age. It was my mamoo's wedding, the barat came all the way from Quetta to Lahore. I was really excited cuz he was my favorite mamoo and I was wearing a beautiful "pariyon wali frock" that my father brought from Karachi for me. So the barati ladies were supposed to enter the dulhan's place where their seating was arranged. I was at the front, feeling really proud that I am with the barat and also wearing pari frock. All of a sudden, meri aankhon ke aagay andhera cha gaya, aur there was stinking gandi badboo everywhere.
      Hooa yoon ke my mumani's mom ordered her maid to throw the spoiled salan do din purana out side. She went upstairs, and was trying to throw it from chat to a khali plot by their house. magar us maid ki direction ghalat ho gaie aur us salan se baratiyon ka istaqbal hooa.
      I was not happy ofcourse
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