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    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball View Post
    I kinda agree -- I remember the way Tan Yee Khan and Ng Boon Bee played. KKK-TBH are nowhere near their explosiveness. TYK & NBB used to smash a lot.

    U just open the pandora box
    That was during my time BB was just amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    dont forget ah fook, ah wah also
    They were already in the list from the original poster,. Oh yes, XD & MS : Ah Khim W, Ah Seang, Ah Tseng, Wong Sifu, uncles Roslin & Sairul.

    Quote Originally Posted by singhzico View Post


    Don't 4get Ah Choo
    That's the ladies section : also Ah Hui, Ah Tty, Ah Lin, Ah Ying, Ah Mooi, Ah Yang, Ah Siah, Ah Haw

    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    I rather be "dumped" into the "senior gentlemen" category! Auntie!
    He he, ok, ok, "very experienced seniors", how about that?

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    They have kimchi in space too


    No kidding lah

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    They have kimchi in space too
    U so funny lah have u been watchin Phua chu Kang playing badminton with his contactor boots on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by singhzico View Post


    Don't 4get Ah Choo
    huh did u just caught a cold

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    He he, any player above 30 is 'labelled' uncle. Plus, they are 6 to 10 years older than the rest of the Msia MD players.
    Other than age, both have old knee injuries that bug them from time to time, LWW's one being more serious since he have had surgery for it.
    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Basically you or me is part of the Uncle category.........
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    Yup, me is auntie, you is uncle, then what we call fastdrop & Loh? Grand uncles?
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    I rather be "dumped" into the "senior gentlemen" category! Auntie!
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    He he, ok, ok, "very experienced seniors", how about that?
    I think there are some confusions here. Baddy players have been referred to as "Uncle" because the life span on professional tour is relatively short. When players are in their 30s, more often than not they have reached or soon will reach the end of road as SS title holders. The "Uncle" definition does not transpose over to the rest of us.

    Eagle, I hope my suggestion makes you feel better and younger. The honor of BC Uncles should still go to our respectful "senior gentlemen"

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    On Tan Yee Khan and Ng Boon Bee.

    I hope some one from that era can open a thread on their playing prowess.

    I have written that Cheah Soon Kit was one of the players who first started with leaping smash and soft play from the back in the late 80s before it became the standard fare for MD in the 90s. I wanted to write about Tan and Ng but never saw them play plaease open new thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singhzico View Post

    U just open the pandora box
    That was during my time BB was just amazing

    Wasn't he ? ! Even though he was short, he could jump and smash - sort of like Markis Kido. And Yee Khan was the enforcer. Todate, I am still waiting for some like them to come along in the Malaysian team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdwood View Post
    .... The "Uncle" definition does not transpose over to the rest of us.

    Eagle, I hope my suggestion makes you feel better and younger. The honor of BC Uncles should still go to our respectful "senior gentlemen"
    Hiyaaa, that was what I meant when Oldhand asked why we call CTF/LWW "uncles", they are called "veteran" in the circuit mah. The rest of it was just poking fun, started by Huang. We have full respect for our real life BCers of the "Uncle" age, he he.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    huh did u just caught a cold
    damn nice joke here..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnymak View Post
    On Tan Yee Khan and Ng Boon Bee.

    I hope some one from that era can open a thread on their playing prowess.

    I have written that Cheah Soon Kit was one of the players who first started with leaping smash and soft play from the back in the late 80s before it became the standard fare for MD in the 90s. I wanted to write about Tan and Ng but never saw them play plaease open new thread.


    Are they still alive very slim chance of that

    Do u have any knowledge of their profile?

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    quote=cooler;826075]huh did u just caught a cold[/quote]
    Very very cold in Canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    I was surprised to learn that kimchi has such excellent properties as being able to ward off cancer or the flu.

    It appears that during the SARs crisis, while other Asian countries were suffering from SARs, South Korea was immuned.

    And I was flabbergasted to learn that there are so many varieties of Kimchi and the vegetable-mix of ingredients used really astonishes the eye, with red chllies added in great abundance! They even have a kimchi museum in Korea!

    I am now looking more forward to tasting this spicy and tasty dish.

    Have u been hiding under a rock?U should have try this a long time ago Try Gelang they might have some better then that maybe serangoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by singhzico View Post

    Have u been hiding under a rock?U should have try this a long time ago Try Gelang they might have some better then that maybe serangoon
    Wah, you must have been residing in Singapore for quite some time to suggest Geylang and Serangoon.

    I like the local equivalent of kimchi but since the latter is hardly taken in the normal household I'm seldom exposed to it unless I specially go for Korean food at the food court.

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    What's kimchi doing in this thread?
    It's sort of related 2 bADMINTON sINCE kOREANS ESPECIALLY LDJ eats a lot of Kimchi if u know it

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    Default kimchi forum

    Quote Originally Posted by singhzico View Post

    U just open the pandora box
    That was during my time BB was just amazing


    Any sugestion 4 a Kimchi Forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by singhzico View Post
    It's sort of related 2 bADMINTON sINCE kOREANS ESPECIALLY LDJ eats a lot of Kimchi if u know it
    ...then what is satay related to?...

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