Jongin is a portrait whose dreams are larger than life. Kyungsoo is his catalyst. Together, they make magic.
when Xiumin tease Luhan.
whelp just a heads up sometimes i get confused and i forget if you’re malaysian or not so here’s, like, a quick primer of malay words that i have actually, canonically let loose onto unsuspecting non-malaysian people lol:
- sayang - cutesy term of endearment, literally translates to ‘love’ (not the same word as ‘cinta’ which is romantic love specifically)
- sayang oi - term of endearment with inflection of sarcasm
- laling - slang on the word ‘darling’
- nah - I KNOW IN ENGLISH IT’S SLANG FOR ‘NO’ BUT IN MALAY IT’S SLANG FOR ‘HERE YOU GO’ AND THIS HAS CAUSED SOME MAJOR CONFUSION IN MY ASKBOX SO I’M REALLY SORRY LOL
- trimasss - shortening of ‘terima kasih’ which is thank you
- lah (at the end of a sentence/phrase) - “can lah”, “no lah”, it’s literally just… um. how do i explain lah?!?! it’s just there for emphasis i guess?
- aiyo/aiya - exclamation phrases, usually used to convey dismay
i think that’s it??? yup ok
this has been your educational post of the day I WILL BE CALLING ALL OF YOU SAYANGS FROM NOW ON
challenge - come up with a precise translation of the word memang
cmon i dare anyone
Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, with monks before the interfaith prayers commenced at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Meanwhile, mosques around Malaysia are also holding prayers for the missing airplane. Earlier today, approximately 40 000 people had gathered at the Putrajaya Mosque to pray for the passengers and crew and their families.
This is the Malaysia I’m proud of. Malaysians of different religions are uniting in prayers and concern for the people on board. Please come home, MH370.