Wednesday, July 30, 2008

ID ten T


You know, I loveeeee my BYJ sisters. And I also love my 2 elder 'real' sisters, why? Because they are so tolerant of me and really care about me. But I have a very pleasant discovery about them recently, only after I have moved to Japan. I always know that they are wise and worldly, but I found out that they are also articulate writers (hehe, we never had to communicate by email before :) They can be so witty even when they are writing ordinary and mundane topics. My sister just sent me what she happened to her tonight. I never post family letters, but I just can't resist this one. Hope she doesn't mind me sharing :)


I was having trouble with my computer. So I called Richard, the 11 year old next door whose bedroom looks like 'Mission Control', and asked him to come over.

Richard clicked a couple of buttons and solved the problem.

As he was walking away, I called after him, "So, what was wrong?" He replied, "It was an ID ten T error."

I didn't want to appear stupid, but nonetheless inquired, "An, ID ten T error? What's that? In case I need to fix it again."

Richard grinned. "Haven't you ever heard of an ID ten T error before?"

"No," I replied.

"Write it down," he said, "and I think you'll figure it out."


So I wrote down: I D 1 0 T


I used to like the little shit (*>*)



11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well Jaime, I learned something thank to you and your sister.
I'm going to show off my new discovery English to hubby and the girls, who always teach me English.

love,
Y
P.S. your sis sure has sense of humour ...

Anonymous said...

Hahahahaha! This sure is very cute. Like Y, I have something to show my kids & siblings later, hehehheheheh!

Now, I can be very confident to tell everyone that I finished A.B. Normal! LOL!

Love lots,
Judy



Love

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Jaime. Sooooo.. funny. Love it.

bb said...

funi... :)

thanks for sharing, jaime! and, i like your sister already!

Lin Chen said...

Thanks jaime . It is fun.
Love u

Anonymous said...

First, like you, I don't know what on earth ID ten T is. Then I write it down. Oh, I burst into laugh and I think I'm really an ID ten T.
Thanks for sharing this. It's very very funny. ^^

Anonymous said...

Hi Jaime,

Although I have followed your blog for quite sometime I have not posted any comments before. But this latest posting about ID ten T is side splitting funny.

As you know I am a retired IT grunt. So before I got to the punch line I racked my cobweb filled brain to see if I have ever ran across such an error code during my previous life. Of course I came up empty. Boy, I thought, I truly have lost it.

Hehehe....thank you for sharing this one.

Much Love from the T dot Oh,
Baglady

Anonymous said...

Hi Jaime,

I finally got a PC access here in
Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture! How I missed your blog and bb's.

Thanks for sharing 'ID ten T' story, which I also can show off to my kids, 33 American high school students who are now staying with their host families here. I also met a Korean girl who was visiting a family here. As I showed my cellphone with a Damdeock picture wall paper, she shouted "TWSSG I really love, and Yong Joon ssi is so cool!".

Am trying hard to catche up with all the posts and pictures I missed. Hope you and your family are all fine.

cloud nine

jaime said...

To all my dear sisters above,

Thank you so much for leaving me a comment. I am happy to know that you enjoy this one. Happiness is all around us, it comes from our simple everyday life, eh?

Hope you all have a nice weekend!
Please take care!

love ... Jaime

Anonymous said...

Hello Jaime,

This is so funny.
That kid is genius.
Your sister has a sense of homuor.
Thanks forharing with us.

jelen

jaime said...

dear jelen,

thx for reading and leaving me a comment. glad u enjoy it. Nice to hear from you again!

love .. jaime