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Gitik sa gabie

There's a brief introduction about Pictures of Life (Hulagway sa Kinabuhi) on my sidebar just above the Bisdak links. An English version of this post is available below for friends & visitors who do not read Bisaya; and well, for fun in bi-lingual exercise as well.

G para Gitik sa Gabie
Gabie na di pa matulog akong mga anak. Gusto magdula bisag gihipos na ilang mga dulaan. Di madalag estorya. Di pud ko ganahan magyawyaw so gi gitik ko nalang. Kanang gamay gyud ang pwerhisyo kaayo patulogon. Maldito pa, mokalit lag shagit kung di mahatag iyang gusto. Karon taud-taud mo tambling na nang duha. Sapoton ang katabang sa ilang kalaki, KUK!

Ang ubang entre sama ani tua sa Bisdak Bloggers.

Tickle in the Night (Gitik sa Gabie)

It's late and my boys refuse to go to bed. They still want to play although I have tidied up their toys. They never listen no matter how much I beg them to sleep. The little guy especially is so difficult to send to bed. Deprive him of anything he wants and he'll scream like he is in terrible pain. I don't want to launch a drama so I tickle them. By and by they will turn this part of the house into shambles and annoy the house help.


Cookie said…
mao gypn akong gabuhaton nako sa akong anak. i'll let her chose, gitik or sleep? if dili pa matulog, gitik jud labi na sa ilok, hehehe
gengen said…
Ah gitik gyd haum sa topic heheh. Bisitahi unya ko ...
""rarejonRez"" said…
maayo kaayo ko anang gitik ba. among dula diri kay ginitikay pud. KUK. akong anak, samot nga maoy kusog kaayo manggitik! unya, nakatulog na imong anak diha miga?

naa koy GAGMATOY nga tampo. hinaut mabisita nimo! :)
Bogie said…
uy, ganahan sad ta anang gitik-gitik sa gabie dah! he.he.he.
January Zelene said…
kalami sa gitik-gitik.. hehehe

Hinaot mabisita pud nimo ang akong mga Hulagway
Schooling Mum said…
tambal baya daw ng gitik sa kalaay ay! :)

akong Gamay nga GITARISTA nga tampo, paki-bisita pud unya ko ha. :)
Arlene said…
ngano kaha zel nga dili sila maminaw? basin dili pa sila gusto matulog? :D

mangaon ta ug ginamos!

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