There will come a time when your own children would ask you for money. Just like when you asked your own parents for money. Trust me, its a hereditary thing.

Anyway, after we got some saving boxes for both Kristine and Kaelynn, and Kristine loves money. Not because of its value (thank God) but because of the ker-plunk sound when the coin drops into the box. So, everytime it goes into the slot, Kristine would make the sound, "te-koong".

Unfortunately, this action, a novelty for Kristine, is getting too expensive for me. And we're supposed to try to teach them to save money (that came out from my pockets, alas)

This is Krsitine's coin box

Here is 10 sen for you. te-koong

Here is 20 sen for you. te-koong
"Daddy! Oi Money!" (Daddy, Want money!)

Here are more coins for you. te-koong
"Daddy! Oi Money!"

Here is a 50 sen for you. te-koong
"Daddy! Oi Money!"

Here is another 50 sen for you. te-koong
"Daddy! Oi Money!"

What? You want more money, ah? I have given you Rm 2.00 already

You cannot use the computer and hack into the bank, Dear.
It won't give you any money either

Unfortunately, I keep hearing "Daddy! Oi Money!" for the rest of the night, which I should never hear it until she is at least 18.

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