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  • What's up, guys?

  • Have you guys ever noticed that your Asian parents do things a little bit differently around the house than your non-Asian friend's parents?

  • Here's a few weird things that we noticed our Asian parents did around the house.

  • Especially our moms.

  • 'Cause that's mostly who was around the house.

  • Dad was always at work.

  • Here's the list of weird things that our parents did.

  • Every time they go on vacation, they would always come back with a bag full of little shampoo bottles.

  • Taking a shower!

  • Wait! I have new shampoo!

  • Here.

  • Caesar Palace. Take one!

  • Asian moms never use the dishwasher.

  • Nope!

  • Dishwasher? Only a dishwasher.

  • You're just a shelf.

  • Asian moms never throw away plastic bags.

  • Mom, can you give me a plastic bag, please?

  • Okay!

  • Here! Good bag.

  • Asian moms never have to say please to get their kids to do something.

  • Jimmy, can you make your bed, please?

  • Cody, can you please take out the garbage? Thank you very much!

  • Tyler, don't play with your food, please.

  • Wow, I wonder what it's like to be talked to that way by your parents.

  • Okay, thank you very much! You have a nice day, okay? Okay, bye bye!

  • Andrew, take out the trash!

  • Alright!

  • Okay.

  • Asian moms use chopsticks for everything, even if there's better utensils around.

  • Asian moms don't use a oven to bake things.

  • They use it to hold pots and pans.

  • Mom, are you baking cookies?

  • No, that's just pots and pans...

  • Asian moms love reusing paper towels as long as they're not really dirty.

  • Oh... crap...

  • No! Don't waste! Use these paper towels.

  • Okay...

  • To Asian moms, there's no such thing as turning up the heat in the house.

  • What's a thermostat?

  • Hey mom, it's cold.

  • Yeah, can you turn the heat on?

  • No! Don't waste money. Just wear more jackets!

  • And last but not least, Asian moms love keeping things looking as new as possible, even if that means keeping the little plastic wrapper on.

  • What is this?

  • Aiya! No, no, no, no, no.

  • Keep it new!

  • Okay... okay.

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    Charlene Tai posted on 2021/12/17
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