Another letter to my unborn son….
My dear Son
It has been 12 months since the last letter I had written to you. Father Day is here again and I am still celebrating it without you. Daddy would like to let you know that Mummy and I had worked very hard during the last 12 months to call for you. The fact that this blog had seen little posting testify to that. You may ask why? Well, for the simple reason the time I write and post coincide with the time I call for you.
I don’t know why you are still not here. Maybe you are concern with the bad publicity of people taking pictures of other people private parts in public toilets and changing rooms. Don’t worry, if ever your kukujiao were to be “snapped” and posted on the internet, Daddy will ask uncle Ah Tak to photoshop your KKJ to look bigger and longer. We can’t beat the internet but we can alter the world wide web perception of you.
Son, I am writing to you to tell you a few developments in little dot that are not to your advantage. Prices of stuff in this island is going up a lot recently, NETS , GST, cable TV, COE, housing. But don’t worry son, we are not financially in distress of any kind. Just that if you delay your decision to come, the only X-BOX I can afford is those made of paper and the only Toyotas you are able to sit on are those from the taxi company!
The other development that will have a material impact on you is the government decision to increase the population by 50% over the next few years. You may ask how is that going to affect you. Well, as you know, the general population is underproducing to the tune of 1.26 for every couple. The government is going to make up the number by bringing in a lot of readymade talents from the neighbouring countries. As we are also trying to increase our family population by 50%, your Mummy is already toying with the idea to adopt you like what uncle lee is doing. If that happen, Daddy is not sure whether I will feel the same for you or not.
Auntie Zara Mama had recently advised Daddy to take some Guinness before calling for you. She said it will increase the drive. Although I am not an alcoholic drinker, Daddy & Mummy really love you and we will give it a try. So if you are reading this letter in a few years time, don’t forget to thank auntie Zara Mama. You can take this opportunity too to get acquainted with Zara and Zaria. They maybe too old to be your girl friends but they are wonderful people. The least you can do is put them on your MSN list.
Before Daddy pen off, I will let you in on a little secret. Recently Daddy realizes that my contribution to the ingredients that go into the making of you is running low. Maybe Daddy work too hard to prepare for your coming or it is just plain physical deterioration on my part. You have the news and the facts. Daddy knows the odd is against you but then, you just got to give it the extra oomph! The ball is in your court, Son!!
Son, let me remind you again not to forget to bring your KKJ! Why? – you may ask. Remember uncle Ah Tak? He only knows how to photoshop KKJ!
Happy Father Day!