Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Amerika VS Perancis

Siko urang laki Amerika duduk ngirup ba Restoran sereta ngunyah chewing-gum. Datai siko urang laki Perancis duduk sepiak meja laki Amerika tadi. Laki Amerika tu chukup temegah ati, laban iya rayat Amerika. Iya lalu mai sereta muka randau enggau laki perancis tu.

"Enti kitak makai roti, kitak makai semua ia sekali ka?"

"Mais Oui! Makai semua sekali!" Saut laki Perancis nya.

"Well, enti kami, kami semina makai begian ke lembut aja, lalu begian ke kering nya dikumpul, udahnya dianjung ngagai kilang digaga (diproses) baru. Ia lalu nyadi roti-roti ti mit, ia ti bisi dijual ba France" Ko laki Amerika ti sombong nya tadi.

"Bakani enggau steak deh? Kesemua daging nya diempa kitak ambis mega ka?" Tanya laki Amerika nya baru.

"Bien Sur! We do!" Saut laki Perancis nya

Laki Amerika tu tuchum sereta ngiling ke pala lalu bejaku

"Kami semina makai begian daging ti lembut aja, lalu begian ti beurat enggau tusah dikunyah, dikumpul lalu dianjung ngagai kilang baru sereta diproses baru. Asil ia nyadi steak mit-mit ti bisi dijual ba France"

Jaku laki Amerika tu nyau ngaga laki Perancis tu rimas tauka enda nyamai ati. Iya lalu nanya laki Amerika nya.

"Nama utai digaga urang Amerika ngagai Kondom ti udah dikena sida deh?"

"Hey, udah dikena sigi dibuai aja meh" Saut laki Amerika nya.

"Ha!" Diatu laki Perancis tu temegah ati. Laban udah bulih poin

"Tang enggau kami enda dibuai. Kondom ti udah dikena nya dikumpul lalu dianjung ngagai kilang sereta diproses baru. Asil ia nyadi chewing-gum ti bisi dijual ba Amerika".

Laki Amerika tu tadi lalu tegepang ati.


Friday, 16 September 2011





Pope St. Cornelius

Pope St. Cornelius whose feast day is September 16th. A Roman priest, Cornelius was elected Pope to succeed Fabian in an election delayed fourteen months by Decius’ persecution of the Christians. The main issue of his pontificate was the treatment to be accorded Christians who had been apostasized during the persecution.
He condemned those confessors who were lax in not demanding penance of these Christians and supported St. Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage, against Novatus and his dupe, Felicissimus, whom he had set up as an antibishop to Cyprian, when Novatus came to Rome. On the other hand, he also denounced the Rigorists, headed by Novatian, a Roman priest, who declared that the Church could not pardon the lapsi (the lapsed Christians), and declared himself Pope – the first antipope.
The two extremes eventually joined forces, and the Novatian movement had quite a vogue in the East. Meanwhile, Cornelius proclaimed that the Church had the authority and the power to forgive repentant lapsi and could readmit them to the sacraments and the Church after they had performed proper penances. A synod of Western bishops in Rome in October 251 upheld Cornelius, condemned the teachings of Novatian, and excommunicated him and his followers. When persecutions of the Christians started up again in 253 under Emperor Gallus, Cornelius was exiled to Centum Cellae (Civita Vecchia), where he died a martyr probably of hardships he was forced to endure.

Thursday, 15 September 2011

QR Code @ Kod QR


Nama utai tu neh??? Aku pan enda nemu amat. tang diatu aku nerangka mimit pasal tu. Nyadi, Kod QR @ QR-Code (Quick Response Code) siti barcodematriks tauka dua dimensi kod. Kod tu digaga dkena dibacha ba talipon pintar (Smart phone). Kod tu bisi modul chelum ti disusun dalam pola persegi enggau latar belakang burak. Maklumat tauka data ba kod tu ulih nyadi ia teks, URL tauka data bukai ect. Anak syarikat Toyota ianya Denso Wave nengkebang kod QR tu ba taun 1994. Kod QR tu siti kod bar dua dimensi ti tebilang, sereta dikena menyahkan kod ba pengelaju ti tinggi. Teknolgi tu diatu maioh dikena ba menua Jepun enggau Korea Selatan. United Kingdom siti negara ti ketujuh ba ikas kebangsaan bekena ke kod QR tu. Nyadi enti kita deka nguji bekena ke kod tu, klik QR-Code Generator

Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows

The seven founders of the Servite Order, in 1239, five years after they established themselves on Monte Senario, took up the sorrows of Mary, standing under the Cross, as the principal devotion of their order. The feast originate by a provincial synod of Cologne (1413) to expiate the crimes of the iconoclast Hussites; it was to be kept on the Friday after the third Sunday after Easter under the title: “Commemoratio angustix et doloris B. Marix V”. Its object was exclusively the sorrow of Mary during the Crucifixion and Death of Christ. Before the sixteenth century this feast was limited to the dioceses of North Germany, Scandinavia, and Scotland. Being termed “Compassio” or “Transfixio”, Commendatio, Lamentatio B.M.V.”, it was kept at a great variety of dates, mostly during Eastertide or shortly after Pentecost, or on some fixed day of a month. Dreves and Blume (Analecta hymnica) have published a large number of rhythmical offices, sequences and hymns for the feast of the Compassion, which show that from the end of the fifteenth century in several dioceses the scope of this feast was widened to commemorate either five dolours (sorrows), from the imprisonment to the burial of Christ, or seven dolours, extending over the entire life of Mary.
Towards the end of the end of the sixteenth century the feast spread over part of the south of Europe; in 1506 it was granted to the nuns of the Annunciation under the title “Spasmi B.M.V.”, Monday after Passion Sunday; in 1600 to the Servite nuns of Valencia, “B.M.V. sub pede Crucis”, Friday before Palm Sunday. After 1600 it became popular in France and was termed “Dominx N. de Pietate”, Friday before Palm Sunday. To this latter date the feast was assigned for the whole German Empire (1674). By a Decree of April 22, 1727, Benedict XIII extended it to the entire Latin Church, under the title “Septem dolorum B.M.V.”, although the Office and Mass retain the original character of the feast, the Compassion of Mary at the foot of the Cross. At both Mass and Office the “Stabat Mater” of Giacopone da Todi (1306) is sung (see words in Latin and English below).
A second feast was granted to the Servites, June 9 and September 15, 1668. Its object of the seven dolours of Mary (according to the responsories of Matins).
The sorrows:
·         at the prophecy of Simeon;
·         at the flight into Egypt;
·         having lost the Holy Child at Jerusalem;
·         meeting Jesus on his way to Calvary;
·         standing at the foot of the Cross;
·         Jesus being taken from the Cross;
·         at the burial of Christ.
This feast was extended to Spain (1735); to Tuscany (1807). After his return from his exile in France Pius VII extended the feast to the Latin Church (September 18, 1814). A feast, “B.M.V. de pietate”, with a beautiful medieval office, is kept in honor of the sorrowful mother at Goa in India and Braga in Portugal, on the third Sunday of October; in the ecclesiastical province of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, last Sunday of May, etc. A special form of devotion is practiced in Spanish-speaking countries under the term of “N.S. de la Soledad”, to commemorate the solitude of Mary on Holy Saturday. Its origin goes back to Queen Juana, lamenting the early death of her husband Philip I, King of Spain (1506).

Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Feast of The Exaltation of the Cross

On the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross (or Triumph of the Cross) we honor the Holy Cross by which Christ redeemed the world. The public veneration of the Cross of Christ originated in the fourth century, according to early accounts. The miraculous discovery of the True Cross on September 14, 326, by Saint Helen, mother of Constantine, while she was on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, is the origin of the  tradition of celebrating the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross on this date. Constantine later built the Church of the Holy Sepulchre on the site of her discovery of the cross. On this same pilgrimage she ordered two other churches built: one in Bethlehem near the Grotto of the Nativity, the other on the Mount of the Ascension, near Jerusalem.
In the Western Church the feast came into prominence in the seventh century — after 629, when the Byzantine emperor Heraclitus restored the Holy Cross to Jerusalem, after defeating the Persians who had stolen it.
It remained in Christian hands until the Battle of Hattin in 1187, when the Moslem leader Saladin captured the relic. Saladin after the Battle of Hattin and the capture of Jerusalem, would ride his horse through the streets with the Holy Relic dragging behind his mount’s tail.
Christians “exalt” (raise on high) the Cross of Christ as the instrument of our salvation. Adoration of the Cross is, thus, adoration of Jesus Christ, the God Man, who suffered and died on this Roman instrument of torture for our redemption from sin and death. The cross represents the One Sacrifice by which Jesus, obedient even unto death, accomplished our salvation. The cross is a symbolic summary of the Passion, Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ — all in one image.
The Cross — because of what it represents — is the most potent and universal symbol of the Christian faith. It has inspired both liturgical and private devotions: for example, the Sign of the Cross, which is an invocation of the Holy Trinity; the “little” Sign of the Cross on head, lips and heart at the reading of the Gospel; praying the Stations (or Way) of the Cross; and the Veneration of the Cross by the faithful on Good Friday by kissing the feet of the image of Our Savior crucified.
Placing a crucifix (the cross with an image of Christ’s body upon it) in churches and homes, in classrooms of Catholic schools and in other Catholic institutions, or wearing this image on our persons, is a constant reminder — and witness — of Christ’s ultimate triumph, His victory over sin and death through His suffering and dying on the Cross.

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

St. John Chrysostom

St. John Chrysostom, one of the greatest Early Church Fathers, was born around 347 AD.  St. John, named Chrysostom (golden-mouthed) on account of his eloquence, came into the world of Christian parents in the city of Antioch. His mother, at the age of 20, was a model of virtue. He studied rhetoric under Libanius, a pagan, the most famous orator of the age. In 374, he began to lead the life of an anchorite in the mountains near Antioch, but in 386 the poor state of his health forced him to return to Antioch, where he was ordained a priest.
In 398, he was elevated to the See of Constantinople and became one of the greatest lights of the Church. But he had enemies in high places and some were ecclesiastics, not the least being Theophilus, Patriarch of Alexandria, who repented of this before he died. His most powerful enemy, however, was the empress Eudoxia, who was offended by the apostolic freedom of his discourses. Several accusations were brought against him in a pseudo-council, and he was sent into exile.
In the midst of his sufferings, like the apostle, St. Paul, whom he so greatly admired, he found the greatest peace and happiness. He had the consolation of knowing that the Pope remained his friend, and did for him what lay in his power. His enemies were not satisfied with the sufferings he had already endured, and they banished him still further, to Pythius, at the very extremity of the Empire. He died on his way there on September 14, 407.

Monday, 12 September 2011

Most Holy Name of Mary

In accordance with Jewish custom our Lady’s parents named her eight days after her birth, and were inspired to call her Mary. The feast of the Holy Name of Mary therefore follows that of her Birthday, as the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus follows Christmas.
The feast originated in Spain and was approved by the Holy See in 1513; Innocent XI extended its observance to the whole Church in 1683 in thanksgiving to our Lady for the victory on September 12, 1683 by John Sobieski, king of Poland, over the Turks, who were besieging Vienna and threatening the West. This day was commemorated in Vienna by creating a new kind of pastry and shaping it in the form of the Turkish half-moon. It was eaten along with coffee which was part of the booty from the Turks.
The ancient Onomastica Sacra have preserved the meanings ascribed to Mary’s name by the early Christian writers and perpetuated by the Greek Fathers. “Bitter Sea,” “Myrrh of the Sea,” “The Light Giver,” “The Enlightened One,” “Lady,” “Seal of the Lord,” and “Mother of the Lord” are the principal interpretations. These etymologies suppose that the Hebrew form of the name is Maryãm, not Miryãm.
From the time of St. Jerome until the 16th century, preferred interpretations of Mary’s name in the West were “Lady,” “Bitter Sea,” “The Light Giver,” and especially “Star of the Sea.” Stella Maris was by far the favored interpretation. The revival of Hebraic studies, which accompanied the Renaissance, led to a more critical appraisal of the meanings assigned to Our Lady’s name. Miryãm has all the appearance of a genuine Hebrew name, and no solid reason has been discovered to warrant rejecting the Semitic origin of the word. The Hebrew name of Mary, Miryãm, (in Latin Domina) means lady or sovereign; this Mary is in virtue of her Son’s sovereign authority as Lord of the World. We call Mary our Lady as we call Jesus our Lord, and when we pronounce her name we affirm her power, implore her aid and place ourselves under her protection.

Sunday, 11 September 2011

Zebra Cross ti nyelai

Zebra Cross ti selalu ditemu kitai ianya garis-garis putih ti bebentuk bujur ari tisi jalai sepiak ngagai jalai sepiak. Bentuk tu standart enggau sama ba seluruh dunya. Strip garis putih. Tang ba beberapa iti menua bentuk zebra cross nitihka bentuk ti standart nya, baka ba baruh tu. Baka ke nadai prinsip, tang enda salah dikena ngambika urang ti deka nyemerai jalai enda nyemerai jalai ba sebarang jalai.

Zebra Cross baka bentuk sugu

Berjimat bisi dawai duri, tang jalai tu agi ditengah

Zebra cross kena nuci

sepiak kiba ngagai sepital, kanan ngagai rumah muzium

tu Zebra cross ti ba kawasan perang, bentuk peluru

Tapak kasut sapa meh ngemesai tu?

Zebra cross enggau iklan Mr.Clean

Zebra cross ti baka ba tubuh jelu Zebra

Zebra cross ti bisi pesan tauka mesej

Zebra cross enggau lukisan Graviti

Zebra cross pukat empelawa (Spider)

gambar zebra cross tu enda terang, enda berupai dipeda (1)

gambar zebra cross tu enda terang, enda berupai dipeda (2)

bechura bungai

besambung 4 bagi jalai

 bar code

chura piano

St. Paphnutius

The holy confessor St. Paphnutius was an Egyptian who, after having spent several years in the desert under the direction of the great St. Antony, was made bishop in the Upper Thebaid. He was one of those confessors who under the Emperor Maximinus lost the right eye, were hamstrung in one leg, and were afterwards sent to work in the mines.
Peace being restored to the Church, Paphnutius returned to his flock, bearing all the rest of his life the glorious marks of his sufferings for the name of his Crucified Master. He was one of the most zealous in defending the Catholic faith against the Arian heresy and for his holiness. As one who had confessed the Faith before persecutors and under torments, he was an outstanding figure of the first General Council of the Church, held at Nicaea in the year 325.
Paphnutius, a man who had observed the strictest continence all his life, is said to have distinguished himself at the Council by his opposition to clerical celibacy. Paphnutius said that it was enough to conform to the ancient tradition of the Church, which forbade the clergy marrying after their ordination.
To this day it is the law of the Eastern Churches, whether Catholic or dissident, that married men may receive all Holy Orders below the episcopate, and continue to live freely with their wives. St. Paphnutius is sometimes called “the Great” to distinguish him from other saints of the same name; the year of his death is not known. His feast day is September 11.

Saturday, 10 September 2011


Tiga pintu ba siti pintu tauka siti pintu bisi tiga pintu.@#$%^&* Anang bingung, anang tegepang, sigi bisi pintu baka tu. Reti ia pintu tu bisi 3 iti pintu ti ulih dibuka nitihka peninggi urang nya (Level Ketinggian Manusia).

Anak mit enda ibuh megai sereta ngambi tombol pintu ti tinggi. Chukup meh ia ngambi tombol ti baruh sekali alai ia muka pintu. Apai indai enda ibuh berumban-rumban  muka ke sida pintu maia sida deka tama udah pulai bemain. Threestyle tu siti desain pintu ti digaga bisi tiga iti pintu ba siti pintu enggau 3 begian. Threestyle tu digaga kena ngenyamai semua urang, ari urang tuai, bala nembiak enggau anak mit. Nyangka tau kitai ngaga pintu baka tu ba Rumah Panjai kitai.huhuhuhu.....

Rega Topup niki 6%

Ngagai kostumer ti dipebasa, start 15/09/2011 tu semua rega kad topup/reloadenggau starter pack deka niki 6% ianya "cukai perkhidmatan".
Pengiran Muda Papa mantah Dasar Niki 6% tu ngagai semua  bansa Telco (C****M, M***S, D**I, T***t**k), laban gaji enda ga niki 6%

Raban/Serakup ti mantah dasar niki  6% tu mega udah dipejadika, dalam kandang 5 ari nyau deka datai ba 15/9/2011 tu ila nyangka pekara tu nyadi siti ari isu Hangat ba beberapa iti jaringan sosial baka Blogger, Facebook, enggau Twitter.

Nyimpan (Upload) gambar ba Blog

Engkah gambar ba entri ba siti-siti blog ulih "ngelawaka tauka ngemanahka" isi berita siti-siti entri.

Selalu ia gambar ke diengkah ba blog bisi kaitan enggau entri ke ditaip, lalu temuai ke bisi mansa blog nuan rindu agi macha blog ke bisi diengkah gambar. Tajapan, semina siti gambar aja.

Design Futuristik Palan Riset Tsunami

Palan Pemansik Marine Tsunami (Tsunami Marine Research Centre) datai enggau desain ti chukup futuristik, laban design tu datai ari bentuk alun tsunami nya empu. Dipejadika Maine-based +Solus4, siti desain konsep palan pemerati ari luar tasik ti disponsor ulih Arquitectum begulai enggai Universitas Pelita Harapan ba Indonesia.

Semua kitai nemu ba taun 2004 suba, menua Indonesia kena biau Tsunami (Gelombang Besai) datai ari Lautan Hindi ti balat ngerusak reta tengkira enggau maioh urang bebadi maia nya. Palan Riset Tsunami tu digaga kena nyeliahka pekara ke sama nyadi baru. Nitihka +Solus4 bangunan tu digaga baka ke bisi "gelumbang tauka berumbak" lalu nyedia palan pemansik enggau pemerati. Pemesai bangunan tu ianya 2.500 meter persegi bekaler burak sereta entap digaga sepenyauh 150 meter ari garis tasik ari pantai Kuta ba Bali. Penjam/Jendela ti besai meri pemandangan ba kandang tasiknya, lalu ba baruh ia kitai ulih meda pemandangan ba baruh ai. Kitai mega ulih meda utai idup ba ai tasik. Palan riset tu bisi nyediaka makmal pemansik, alai diau, kolam mandi ai tasik, perpustakaan enggau auditorium.
Desain palan pemansik tu diambi ari bentuk gelumbang  tsunami ti berproliferasi nyemerai ai enggau inspirasi ari bentuk rampa menua, palan riset tu mega jimat tenaga sereta ulih ngasil ai beresi. Siti generator pasang surut dikena begulai enggau photovoltaics dikena ngasilka elekrik, lalu siti panel suria (Sistem Solar) dikena ngurang penggunaan tenaga. Ai ujan ditambun lalu ditukarka nyadi ai beresi ngena sistem konversi dikena ba palan riset nya. Lalu ai tasik dikena meri penyelap bangunan nya. (via: + Solus4)

St. Nicholas of Tolentino (Jaku English)

St. Nicholas was born in 1245 in Ancona, Italy. His parents had waited long and anxiously for a child. Nicholas was the answer to prayer and a pilgrimage the couple had made to the shrine of St. Nicholas of Bari. The couple was so grateful to the saint that they named their baby after him. When the boy grew up, he talked about becoming a priest. He was prayerful and wanted to live close to God. Friends of his family wanted him to be a priest in a wealthy parish where Nicholas would be promoted. Nicholas didn’t say much, but he quietly searched and prayed.
One day he slipped into a church. A fervent Augustinian priest was preaching a sermon. He said: “Don’t love the world or the things of this world because this world is passing away.” Nicholas thought about this. He went away with the words dancing in his head. He realized how God had used that preacher to touch his own life. He became convinced of the importance of preaching God’s Word. He made up his mind to ask to join the same order to which that priest belonged. The order was the Augustinian Friars and the priest was Father Reginald who became his novice master. Friar Nicholas professed his vows when he was eighteen. Then he began his studies for the priesthood. He was ordained around 1270. Father Nicholas performed his preaching ministry with love in various parishes. Then while praying in church one day, he seemed to hear a voice saying: “To Tolentino, to Tolentino. Stay there.”
Shortly afterward, he was assigned to the town of Tolentino. He spent the remaining thirty years of his life there. There was great political unrest in those times. Many people did not come to church to hear the Word and to worship the Lord. The friars of St. Augustine decided that street-preaching was necessary. St. Nicholas was chosen to be part of this initiative. He preached outside and in gathering places willingly. People listened and many repented of their sins and lack of caring. They led better lives. Father Nicholas spent hours in the slum areas of Tolentino. He visited the lonely. He brought the sacraments to the sick and dying. He took care of the needs of children and visited prisoners. Miracles were reported while St. Nicholas was still alive. He touched a diseased child and said, “May the good God make you well,” and the child was cured. St. Nicholas of Tolentino was sick for about a year before he died on September 10, 1305.
He was proclaimed a saint by Pope Eugene IV in 1446. St. Nicholas of Tolentino had been an answer to the prayer of his parents. Because he listened to the call of God in his heart, he could help many people find the Lord.

Friday, 9 September 2011

Uduk/Ukui Dalmatian

Dalmation sebansa uduk ti terbilang ketegal kaler kulit ia ti bekaler burak enggau bisi bintik-bintik chelum ba tubuh ia. Variasi kaler coklat mega kadang-kadang bisi kala ditemu, tang jarang. Nama Dalmatian tu asal datai ari begian Dalmatia ba menua Croatia.

Penatai asal uduk Dalmatian tu enda temu, tang bukti-bukti ari maioh artifak ti ditemu serete bisi gambar uduk ti ngembuan bintik-bintik ba tubuh ia, nunjukka Dalmatian tu udah bisi ditemu maia jeman Mesir kelia. Ari maioh bukti enggau gambar ti ditemu, Dalmatian tu uduk ti chukup terbilang ba serata dunya ketegal bintik-bintik chelumba tubuh ia.

Maioh mrga versi cerita Dalmatian tu uduk ti ulih nyaga, muka sereta nunjuk jalai ngagai kuda enggai urang ti nupi ia datai ba siti palan ti dituju enggau selamat. Nya kebuah Dalmatian tu balat dikerindu laban ia uduk ti regas enggau kering sereta liat ati.
Ciri-ciri  Dalmatian

Maia ada anak Dalmatian semina bekaler burak aja. Bintik-bintik ia ulih dipeda maia anak ia nyau berumur 10-14 ari. Bintik-bintik deka timbul datai anak ia berumur 3 bulan. Dalmatian bisi dua iti kaler ia nya bintik chelum enggau coklat ati. Dalmatian ti bebintik chelum ba begian idung enggau kukut kaki ia sigi bekaler chelum mega. Pia mega ti Dalmatian nya bebintik coklat ati ba begian idung enggau kukut ia sigi bekaler coklat. Bintik ti manah ia nya enda kelalu besai enggau enda mega kelalu mit, lebih kurang berdiameter +2-3cm. Bintik-bintik ti ngelekai serata tubuh nya ia ke paling manah. Lalu ba begian pala enggau iku ia, pemesai bintik nya mit agi ari ba tubuh. Kaler mata Dalmatian ti bebintik Chelum deka bekaler coklat tuai, nyadi ia ke bebintik coklat ati deka bekaler coklat muda. Makin chelum kaler mata ia makin manah. Pia mega bisi ditemu kaler mata biru, kuning enggau gadung(Ijau) ba Dalmatian baikanya ba dua-dua iti mata ia tauka sepiak aja.

  • Taluk enggau seruran deka nyaga tuan ia (urang ti nupi ia)
  • Seruran deka nitih kini-kini tuan ia bejalai
  • Chukup ransing sereta semampai bejaga-jaga enggau utai ba kandang ia
  • Rinduka anak mit enggau jelu bukai. Tang agi deka diperatika urang ti ketuai mega, laban kadang-kadang sida nemu ngeransi enggau enda sengaja.
  • Dalmatian mega uduk ti pemereti ti chukup tinggi, jampat belajar sereta pintar. Tang kadang-kadang sida mega enda mending ka jaku tuan ia.

Jelu nemu ngena Facebook..!!

Anang tegepang ati kita meda ulah jelu kemaya ari tu. Diatu jelu pan nyau pandai baka mensia mega nemu ngena IT. Bekelala ngena 'FACEBOOK', ngiga bala kaban belayan nunda kitai ke ngena 'FACEBOOK'.. Nyangka jelu kitak di rumah bisi bakatu mega, ketegal kitai ti suah bekena ke 'Latop' tauka 'Komputer' ku jaku maya ari tauka talipon binching. Meda tibi pan nyau nemu mega bala jelu diatu. Peda-peda meh jelu ti ditupi kitai di rumah nyangka bisi ngembuan ulah bakatu.


 Mayau (BM : kucing, BI: Cat)

Mayau tu nyau nyinuk amat 'berFacebook', diambi gambar enda malik. Nyenggala puas ati mayau tu enggau 'Facebook.'

 Uduk tauka Ukui (BM: Anjing, BI: Dog)

Uduk tu baka ke ringat gamal iya nyangka benung belaya enggau bala kaban iya dalam "Facebook" .

 Nyumbuh tauka Kera. (BM: Monyet, BI: Monkey)

Lawa uchak tu ngena baju iya. Enda engkeretik nyumbuh tu neh, nama enda utai ti ngasuh iya likun amai meda "latop" nya.. Dijangka kita nama enda utai ti dipeda nyumbuh tu.? Enda memunyi, ragak enda, nyerauh baka selama enda mega.. 
Tau dipeda kita enti jelu enda memunyi engka bisi pengawa bukai..


 Nyelai bendar ga gaya jelu tu. Kaki dipanggai ke ba atas mija mega. Apuuuu..!! Bebekal ke kuie jelu tu neh.. Amat bendar jelu tu, enda mandi ari pagi tadi kini, nyau malam ari empai ga mandi. Akai dai niki rega karan bulan tu..


"Halo! Halo! Nie dik kaban nama sada nyawa dik nyau memelan aja didinga ku tu deh. Dini d.? Ngena "Webcam" tua kaban ka meda mua dik aku, ngambi tua ulih bepeda ke pangan diri ga lalu madu pengerindu nyema ati ka ga..", pia kini ko Arnab tu.

Amat pandai bendar ga Arnab tu nemu ngena "Webcam" iya bekelala ngau kaban iya tu.

 Uduk tauka Ukui (BM: Anjing, BI: Dog)

"Anang ngambi gambar aku, empai mandi ku tadi lalu muka "Facebook" ku tadi, nyangka bisi bala bukai ka nyadi kaban aku", pia ko Uduk to bejaku madah ke tuan iya.

Bangat ga meh uduk tu neh, alu empai mandi iya.

Mayau (BM: Kucing, BI: Cat)

"Lantang meh ati aku udah tetemu ke sulu baru, tinggal ke aja sulu lama ku nya.." pia ko tudah mayau tu bejaku kini..

Mayau tu nyau gali atas 'Latop', bendar amat ga tudah mayau tu ngena 'Facebook'. Terperindang ati iya udah tetemu ka sulu baru..
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