Anonymous Brother T, the owner of Dish-Gracepoint blog, who is quite bad at Korean, keeps on trying to order food in Korean at a Korean restaurant... After several attempts, the waiter finally says to brother T:
"Ummm... excuze me, can you prease speak Engrish?"
Brother Steve, who is better in Korean than the previously-mentioned brother T by a very slight margin, says to the waitress:
Which translates to: "I am spicy pork."
p.s.: Brother Steve was a valedictorian in his Korean school while growing up.
It is time to write more blogs on Korean/Chinese Patients.
The Bottom Line: The English Patients Strike Back...
When he speaks Korean (or attempts to, at least) in the company of his peers, this is the same Brother T who often receives encouraging words such as: "T, if you don't have someone to interpret, please stop speaking in tongues!"
question: how big was the pool at brother Steve's Korean school?
I believe the whole school had 4 students.
It's all good. Much more palatable than cockroach stories.
everyone knows Steve used his jedi "suh" mind tricks to convince someone to make him valedictorian.
I think he could become the US president one day. I'm looking forward to the state of the union address starting with "Basically..." and then saying "I'm gonna tell you a secret..."
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