2009年1月24日土曜日

Chihuahua Daisy

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Daisy is a pug without a doubt. However, believe or not, she used to be frequently asked if she was a chihuahua. Almost every time when I took her for a walk, I hear at least one time someone was saying, "Look! That's a chihuahua!" or "Is that a chihuahua?"
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How can you get Pug and Chihuahua mixed up?! I guess one of the possible reasons is that Pug is not so popular among most people here but Chihuahua.
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One day, when I was strolling around my neighborhood with Daisy, I heard some girls were giggling and wispering, "Chihuahua! Chihuahua!"
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At the next block, some kids were saying, "Wow! Chihuahua!"
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The very moment I told myself inside, "You guys don't know Pug?! Where can you find such a chubby chihuahua in this world?!", a lady walking on an opposite direction asked me, "What breed of dog?" and I instantly, and angrily, and wrongly answered, "CHIHUAHUA!"
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Bustered........................

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Different but simmilar story, I am always mistaken for a Philippina and be spoken "7*3#?':^+2_&84!?" in Tagalog. "Sorry but I don't speak Tagalog." I replied. The stranger says, "Oh, I though you are a Philippina. Are you Chinese?" and I answer, "No, I'm Japanese." She keeps asking, "Are you pure Japanese?" and I say, "Yes." Then she says, "You mean, both of your parents are..." "JAPANESE!!!"

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Now, since Dahlia a real Chihuahua walks next to Daisy, Daisy won't be mistaken as as a Chihuahua anymore. Whereas, I will still be mistaken as a Philippina.

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2 件のコメント:

  1. The same thing happens to Garandee! People mistake her for a Filipina all the time, so they also talk to her in Tagalog! She says "No, I do not understand you!" then instead of Chinese, they ask if she's Korean. This makes her even more angry. :D

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  2. She must be such a strong girl! Haha! I should be much much stronger to survive here!

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