Chinese logic -8 生鸡蛋 | 熟鸡蛋 | 陌生人 | 熟人waveChinese 11th May 2013
Dan doesn’t make a great Chinese name. As for Ben…
Preparing dinner in the kitchen
Mom: Put it down! Put it down! My silly son. They are raw eggs! The cooked eggs are in the refrigerator.
Son: The boiled ones?
Mom: Yes. The ones I boiled this morning. There should still be two left. Have a look at the refrigerator.
Son: I've got it. Mom, have you seen anybody eat raw eggs ever?
Mom: I've heard of it. Some people like to eat raw eggs, and they think it's better for their health.
Son: Ma Xiaoming said his uncle ate a raw egg every day.
Mom: Ma Xiaoming's uncle is my high school classmate, an old acquaintance. We met each other twenty years ago. I've never heard of that.
Son: I met Ma Xiaoming's uncle on my way home last time. But I didn't say hello. He didn't recognize me.
Mom: You were right. It's no need to say hello in this situation. Never talk to strangers outside casually.
Son: I knew that.
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