Remember that one time when I was slapped by a monkey? I think it was a sign of things to come.
See, my Mom is a very peaceful person, never in her life did she have to resort to using her loud voice or physical power to get her point across. All she had to do is use her stare, we called in “The death stare”, she will just keep staring at you until she breaks you, LOL. For real, she would just not let up and keep looking you straight in the eye until you didn’t know what to do and then you would surrender and do whatever she wanted you to do.
For example she would ask me: “Go do the dishes”. Like a smart ass I would say: “Ma biddi (NO)”, and my mom would unleash the death stare, at first I would defiantly look her in the eye, and then after 2 seconds flat I would start looking away, then in another 2 seconds flat I would start giggling nervously, and then I would get up and do the dishes (zay ilshatra), mind you , my Mom at this point had not even uttered one word.
So one time my mom woke up really early, 6 in the morning, on a weekend, I also woke up and went looking for Mom to find that she was in the bathroom, so I snuck really quietly and sat down next to the closed bathroom door and waited for her to come out.
My Mom opened the door so I stood up, screamed really loudly and grabbed her. She got sooooooo scared that she slapped me.
It was the most painful KA-TESH slap EVER (The monkey slap was less painful, LOL) .
I really wonder, why didn’t she find it as funny as I did? HAAHHAHAHA.
Moral of the story 1: Never sneak up on my Mom to scare her.
Moral of the story 2: I perfected the death stare and I scare little 7aki into doing whatever I want, hehehehe.