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Do YOU remember what we did before smileys and emoticons?
What else can one say?
Louis (aged 4) realized his Mum had left to go live in New Zealand, and was not coming back for ages (chinese Mums do this, thinking/knowing/hoping their kids are OK when cared for by others, their own childhood having been similar and attachment being an occidental word). He drew her a cake, with cherries and chips in it, her favourites, and she is rather small on top, but he has great big (green) hands and arms reaching to give it to her.
WHO NEEDS HUGS AND KISSES THEN?
YOU CAN HAVE CAKE