1/23/09

Poor Brother A: Playing House

This is the story from the past of brother A and his older sister L, who are among us.

One day, a bunch of girls came over to their house, and sister L was playing house with them. After a few minutes, brother A came out to the living room to their parents, crying.

"What's the matter?" said Mrs. Tung.

"She's playing house with her friends, and she won't let me play!" cried brother A.

Mrs. Tung went over to L's room where the girls were playing, and said, "Look, you let your younger brother play with you, okay??"

"Okay," said sister L pleasantly, before welcoming brother A into her room. Brother A went into the room with a beaming smile, and their mother went back to the living room, satisfied.

After 30 minutes, Mrs. Tung decided to check up on them and went upstairs. To her surprise, she found brother A alone in the hallway on his knees and hands, in front of the closed door of his sister's room.. But he was not crying - he seemed happy.

"What are you doing?" asked Mrs. Tung.

Brother A smiled and said, "Oh, I'm the family guard dog."

6 comments:

Robert Kim said...

LOL This eliminates anyone who didn't know who Brother A and Sister L are...

way to go DK

Anonymous said...

I'm starting to understand why sister L's eldest daughter can come up with the games that she comes up with when playing with her younger sibling...

genetics are a powerful thing :)

Anonymous said...

Wow! I'd like to hear more gems about these two!

Anonymous said...

This is Sister L - I'm glad I can be a source of such laughter for all of you =).

Jennifer T said...

Oh my, hard to believe Brother A got play like that!! Guard dogs are not even cute... LOL. Who is Brother A's sister though?

Anonymous said...

Alright, this has gone on too long!! I have to say that brother A turned out alright given his diabolical sister =) By the way, this is an anonymous post, hehe.

One person came up to me and said, "Wow your sister seemed so nice and gentle when I first met her; I never knew that looks could be so deceiving."