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I buy only one 油菜,* not 3 or more. |
I've been seen in internet bars NOT playing games or smoking.
I buy one 蔥,** not 3 or more.
I read baby books on the bus.
I buy one carrot, not 3 or more.
I ride the bus.
I can't understand them when they compliment my pronunciation. After all, I just said one chinese sentence, doesn't that mean I'm fluent??
They probably think:
Wow her chinese is so good! I must tell her...
'your chinese is so good!'
'uh... wo ting bu dong, duibuqi..."
'your chinese is... uh, well..."
'oh, duibuqi, wo zhidao wode zhongwen bu hao..."
"oh well I guess her chinese really isn't that good after all. Never mind."
I only want to buy 1 pear from the fruit stand lady.
I've never seen Prison Break.
I don't know all their names on Friends.
I'm from the US but I don't want to talk about politics.
I want to break a bunch of bananas in half.
I put dumplings in my soup. Not the tiny ones, I mean the medium sized ones it takes two bites to eat. Why is that weird? What's the difference if they're tiny or big? It's way easier then making another pot or steamer dirty.
*youcai - a vegetable I don't know an english name for.
**cong - another vegetable I don't know the name for, a giant scallion.
(((FINAL NOTE: This thread is light-hearted, not complaints or boastings, just some cute little things people have stared at me for, giggled at me for, or outright said "you can't do that" for. )))