Asna’s take on being a child and growing up
Me: I wish I could be your age.
Asna: Yeah. Being an adult is not easy right?
She was thinking:
“Hmm. Actually there are good and bad. Like when you’re a kid, your parents give you everything but you have to go to school the whole day every weekday and go to tuition. After you go to tuition, you cannot simply go out with your friends until 10PM. You cannot sleep late and it’s hard because you have to study for exams.”
“But if you’re an adult, you can do anything you want, but you have more responsibilities. You have to work and pay for a lot of things and take care of people.”
Another of Asna’s random questions
While getting ready for sekolah agama. While wearing her tudung she came to me and said:
Asna: Are you an innocent girl?
Me: … yes?
She turned around to continue fixing her tudung and whispered in a sinister manner:
“Of course you are…”
What’s that supposed to mean -_-‘
Asna’s way of managing pain
Asna was hanging out in my room when her crotch area hit my laptop desk and it looked so painful! I saw her telling herself:
“Tahan the pain, tahan the pain! You’re a woman! Pretend like you’re giving birth!”
Then she was breathing/inhaling and exhaling like “huuuu-haaaa” like someone about to beranak.
Asna the rebel
One of those days she’s naughty and starts talking while jumping on the seaters.
Man: Asna, don’t pijak the chair.
Asna: Why? You’re not the boss of me.
Asna’s thought on her featured picture
She saw me using the picture of her flaring her nostril for all the recent posts that involves her.
Asna: Hey! Why do you use this picture???
Me: I asked you to take a picture and that’s what you took. So I use it.
Asna: Everybody can see my nostrils. Hmph.
Then she said this and I think it’s addressed to all of you:
“Well, you can see my nostrils, but I bet cha can’t see my nose hair!”