Friday, October 12, 2012
CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN?
Ha estoriåye yo' este na palao'an na ginen kumuekuentos un biåhe gi telefon yan otro na palao'an ni dosse famagu'on-ña.
Bula buruka ha hungok gi telefon sa' manhugågåndo todo i famagu'on.
Ilek-ña i otro na palao'an, "Dispensa yo' un råto. Hei! Jose! Sangåne eye siha na famagu'on i besino na u fan hånao tåtte gi gima'-ñiha! Adda' tåya' familian-ñiha?"
Ilek-ña si Jose, "Iyo-ta ha', mom, todo este siha."
Ilek-ña i palao'an, "Pues tågo' i mañe'lu-mo siha ya u fan malak i besino sa' mampos burukento ya kumuekuentos yo' gi telefon!"
A woman told me the story of talking one time on the phone with another woman who had twelve children.
There was a lot of noise in the background because she heard a lot of kids playing.
The other woman said, "Excuse me a minute. Hey! Jose! Tell those children of the neighbor to go back to their home. Don't they have families?"
Jose said, "They're all ours, mom."
The woman said, "Then tell your brothers and sisters to go to the neighbors because they're too noisy and I'm talking on the phone!"