Ongkor lost his mother
Ongkor goes to work one morning crying hysterically. His boss, Gumpirit, concerned about his employee, walks over to him and asks sympathetically, “What’s the matter?”
Ongkor replies, “Awal pagi tadi, saya dapat panggilan telipon, bahawa sahnya, mama saya meninggal” (“Early this morning I got a phone call that my mother [...]
Ongkor and the thermos
One day Ongkor walked into a store.
Curious about a shiny object, he asked,
“Apa itu? Kilat-kilat?”
(“What is that?”)
The sales girl responded, “Itu thermos bah.”
(“It’s a thermos.”)
Ongkor then asked, “Apa dia punya guna itu?”
(“What does it do?”)
The sales girl said “Dia buli simpan benda panas [...]
Ongkor bought a new car
Ongkor bought a brand new car and decided to drive down from his hometown to meet his friend, Gumpirit in another town.
He reached there in a few hours.
After spending a few days there, he decided to return, and called up his mother to expect his return in the [...]
Ongkor Made An Ultimate Sacrifice
Yanak-anak, Gumpirit and Ongkor were hanging over the edge of a cliff, holding on a piece of rope. They realized that the rope will break if one of them doesn’t let go and they all will fall to their deaths.
Yanak-anak made a big heartwarming speech about how he is [...]
Ongkor in the desert
Ongkor, Yanak-anak and Gumpirit were walking in a desert far away from home.
” I brought a hand fan to keep myself cool while on the desert”, said Yanak-anak.
“I brought a bottle of water to keep myself cool”, said Gumpirit.
“I brought a car door so that I can stick [...]
Ongkor and the magic mirror
There is this very special mirror. If you stand in front of this mirror and tell the truth, you are granted a wish. However, if you tell a lie, POOF! you are instantly swallowed up by the mirror, never to be seen again forever and ever.
Gumpirit stands [...]
Ongkor and the suicide
Ongkor and Gumpirit went to the pub after work for a drink, and sat on stools watching the 6 O’clock news. A man was shown threatening to jump from the Tamparuli Bridge, and Ongkor bet Gumpirit RM50 that he wouldn’t dare to jump.
But sure enough, he jumped, so Ongkor gave [...]
Yanak-anak, Gumpirit, and Ongkor escaped from prison. They made their way to a small village when they heard that the police was closing in on them, so they hide. The police approached the dustbin that Yanak-anak was hiding in and knocked on it. He cried, “Meow! Meow!” So the police continued on their way, thinking [...]
The Dusun Comparative Adjectives I had breakfast with my colleague this morning and one of the topic that caught my ever inquisitive mind was – if the adjective comparative and superlative morphemes (-er) and (-est) is present in the Dusun Language. I requested more information about this from my colleague, Mr. Joseph Yabai, [...]
To Be or Not To Be, The Dreaded TENSE It’s been quite a while since the last post that I made to this blog (I wonder if anybody did follow this blog, or is it that just me who keep coming back to have a peek?). It has been the hastiest month ever, [...]
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