Fatimah and Ali are two cute, lovable kiddies, and an interesting brother and sister! Their charm just gets to everyone, and they are full of personality. There is so much to know about them, but here, I’ve listed the 11 fun facts that you probably didn’t know about Fatimah and Ali!
- Bread is their favourite, but Fatimah prefers toast (she calls it ‘roti keras’) whereas Ali likes soft bread.
- Fatimah is more fond of Malaysia but Ali is all about Thailand.
- They both love animals so much!
- Fatimah is more mature and serious, but Ali is a jolly kind of person and likes to crack a joke and make people laugh!
- Fatimah prefers hot weather, but Ali can’t stand the heat at all! Winter is like summer for him!
- Fatimah has always spoken her own mind from a very early age, while Ali is the master imitator – he mimics Fatimah most of the time!
- They love reading a lot – we have to read them 4-5 books (or more) every day! The library has become their new favourite place!
- Both Fatimah and Ali enjoy swimming.
- Meat is a must-have for Ali, while he does like eating his greens. However, Fatimah prefers vegetables more than meat.
- Yoga is something Fatimah can’t live without! She also likes to do kickboxing with Mr Dad.
- Ali is CRAZY about elephants! He even calls himself ‘Ali Chang’ (‘chang’ means ‘elephant’ in Thai)!
Technology is a wonderful thing and is probably the vital core of today’s society. It has many great features and has helped innovate scientific progress; Thomas Alva Edison couldn’t have invented the light bulb without a little (or maybe a lot) of knowledge in this great scientific study! But tonight, Mrs Mom asked me an unexpected question:
“What would you do if you woke up one day and technology was gone?”
Now this was a very interesting question, and I replied, “For this, I will give you not one, but 11 answers!”, and so here they are!
- Convince my friends that they are not living in a nightmare
- Run for Prime Minister
- If I do become Prime Minister, create a new law that states: “Subjects are required to partake in a daily writing session of 5 minutes (or, in some cases, less) in length. If the subject is unable to write, they may read as another option, or vice versa.” ———–Gov. Law Act No. 105
- Interview Raymond Briggs
- Vote for free Harry Potter books
- Cross-breed an apple with a peach
- Adopt a pet panda and name him Noodles
- Sleep with a book in my bed
- Mail my friends a book each month
- Add an extra September to the calendar
- Devote a room to stationery
These are the 11 things I would do if there was no technology in this world. What about you? Share your 11 things and don’t forget to use the hashtag #my11things .