Thursday, September 02, 2010

Man mucham

When I was a kid there was this phrase that we used a lot "Man mucham" which was a childish slang for "I am out of the game for few minutes". Basically we used this phrase during a play when we needed to use a bathroom or we needed to tighten the loose shoe lace, or any kind of excuses. Back then no matter how hot the game was, no matter if we were at the peak of the serious game while someone said "man mucham" everybody give him/her a break.
These days I wish I could use this phrase in my real, grown up world. Hey everybody I know we are dealing with serious contract deadline, I know everyday is gold and we have no time to loose. I know we are talking about big big money but you know what "man mucham". I need to come out of this play, go home and hug my mom so tight , I need to go home and drown myself in my dad's arm. I miss my sisters, my brother, my niece, my home. I miss being their child.
I miss you guys, I really miss you..you have no idea

6 comments:

Malihe said...

Akhey, hiva mage morakhassy nadari?! tatilate tabestoon? ya masalan ta chand mahe dige Cristmas? albate fekr konam rafto amad be iran az canada nabayd kheili rahat bashe...
deltangi kheili bade :(
omidvaram be zoodi betooni ye sar beri Iran

Deep blue Sea said...

We used to have our "man mucham" too. We just said 'time please'.

But the funny thing was we din't grasp English well at that time coz we were so young. We only knew 'time please' means we get a break from the action. We used to shout many versions like 'Dyme Bleaze' or 'tympleeeece' without knowing they were English words.

Also on the same note we referred to home work as 'hoom burrkk'.But we knew correctly as to what 'hoom burrkk' meant though :-(

:-)

Behi said...

man ghorboonet beram akhe, boooos

Behi said...

hivaie delam barat kheili tang shode...

roja said...

we miss u too hone!!!!!;-)

Lotus said...

nice drawing! Be patient, hopefully you will find a practical solution