Journey in Life: "Come to papa" nghĩa là gì?

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

"Come to papa" nghĩa là gì?

Papa, where are we going? Photo by  Danielle MacInnes

"Come to papa" = Hãy đến với papa -> Một sự nài xin/khích lệ kiểu vui đùa (hãy đến với ba đi nào) cho ai/cái gì tiếp cận đến hoặc muốn có điều gì; một lời để cầu may mắn đến với mình của những người chơi cờ bạc. Câu này nam giới thường dùng.

Ví dụ
Flirting (ve vãn, tán tỉnh) should be as intuitive as a call of nature (nhu cầu tiểu tiện). Both are driven by basic urges, and both can bring some of the greatest satisfaction known to man. But while our bathroom technique grows ever more comfortable (aloe vera paper (giấy lô hội, nha đam), come to papa), flirting can feel like that moment you discover the roll is bare and not even Alexa can help you.

In-N-Out Burger is making its way, slow and steady, up the coast. I'm sitting here with arms out, rocking back on my heels unsteadily, and mouthing the words "Come to Papa" over and over. A new In-N-Out just opened in Keizer, Oregon. That's 217 miles! Doable. And obviously, me writing this and salivating (chảy nước miếng) over the possibility of eating a Double-Double Animal Style is me conveniently forgetting that In-N-Out donates to conservative campaigns.

“According to our research, roughly 31% of the nation’s imbeciles (người khờ dại, đần) die each year right after crouching on the tracks, slapping their thighs while saying ‘Come to papa,’ and then widely throwing open their arms to embrace an oncoming locomotive (đầu máy, người hay đi đâu đi đó),” said WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom, who noted that more than 50,000 dipshit mortality cases annually are preceded by the deceased puckering their lips and crooning “somebody wants a kissie kiss” while placing a foot upon each rail.

Ka Tina

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