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- n. Alternative spelling of auntie.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Familiar diminutive forms of aunt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the sister of your father or mother; the wife of your uncle
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Following Khan's program, one headline in a local paper called the host and the other women who appeared on the show "Vigil-aunties," referring to the South Asian term "aunty" for a bossy older woman.
"Vigil-aunties," read one headline, referring to the South Asian term "aunty" for older, bossy and often judgmental women.
The thing is, I called aunty lucy on the spot telling them what happened, and they said report to IDAC then go to any workshop and claim the taxi driver. but turns out, its not so simple. no wonder taxi drivers act as if they own the roads. but he dont want to fill up or exchange particulars. he keep saying no, he drive taxi to earn a living, very aggressively in hokkien.
The thing is, I called aunty lucy on the spot telling them what happened, and they said report to IDAC then go to any workshop and claim the taxi driver. but turns out, its not so simple. no wonder taxi drivers act as if they own the roads.
I called aunty lucy on the spot when the accident happed. they said that since i was hit from the rear, i will have to claim the taxi's insurance and i can go to any workshop after i have reported to IDAC. aunty lucy will not get involved unless there is someone claiming from me. the lawyer is assigned by workshop. i thought everything would go as smooth as what you said, so i am pretty shocked at what is happening.
That is like saying, if my aunty was a bloke, she would be my uncle.
Her aunty was a lucky woman who joined the Guangzhou Railway as a high-ranking officer many years ago through her husband's recommendation.
In half an hour I was calling her aunty and even the owner was coming up and joinin the hug fest.
"aunty" - and her folly would fall from her like an outgrown chrysalis, leaving her sane, and cynical, and wordly, and whole again.
I nearly got into that madness of people adding "aunty" or "sister" to my name before, thank God for logic and objectivity, I don't think that is how I am respected.