To a certain extent, the young Malaysian generation has become a generation of consumers.
With so many wonderful things available for purchase, itâ€™s hard not to â€œtreat yoâ€™selfâ€ every now and then.
And every young Malaysian knows that the one thing they end up spending most of their money on is FOOD.
While we hate to admit it, we totally buy into food trends. But it appears that no matter how excited we get, our parents are usually NOT impressed.
With this in mind, @twt_malaysia recently started a Twitter trend where Malaysians shared how their parents react to and diss their favourite food fad.
The tweets have everyone giggling with embarrassment at these #relatable reactions.
Read on and be prepared to have your favourite dish ruined.
Mexican food is basically papadom and meat wrapped in capati.
Bringing my parents out for dinner at a Mexican place
Dad: whatâ€™s this?
D: Oh so like pappadom la. What about this?
D: Ceh like capati with meat inside
M: Iâ€™m never bringing you out
Does anyone elseâ€™s parents do this?
— Rakyat: Nadiah Hamzah (@twt_malaysia) September 13, 2019
Starbucks is essentially overpriced coffee.
Bawak mama pegi starbucks.
Mama : Ya Allah bang manisnya air dia brp bnyk gula ni abang tau buah pinggang kita kalau gula banyak nanti dia jadi tu ini … lepastu dahla harga mahalnya satu cawan berbelas baik beli nescafe ais je. Lepastu minum diam2
Ps: Mak pakar buah pinggang
— Syam Beraye ! (@MazrulHisyem) September 15, 2019
Hotel cafeâ€™s charge way too much to bring you a pot of hot water and a teabag.
Minum kat hotel:
Atok oder teh panas
Atok: aku bayor mahal2 diasuruh bancuh sendiri. Ceh
— Durian biru (@mhakiem26) September 16, 2019
Your favourite mochi is really just kuih koci.
While my mother: ni tepung gomak je sebenarnya
— Nurin Farhanah Nazmi (@anafarhan630) September 15, 2019
Sushi is just cold rice and raw fish.
Bring mom to sushi restaurant and she saw me eating salmon sushi.
Mom : da macam kucing makan raw fish with nasi sejuk.
Me : mom, no. 🤦🏽♂️
— Get into that damn robot!! (@its_wazer) September 14, 2019
Boba tea is actually fancy cendol.
Nenek : hmm macam cendoi je
Me : well you not wrong either
— el-jokerr (@jokerr_el) September 14, 2019
Pizza is overpriced capati with stuffing.
Of Coz. My dad still says pizza is capati with stuffing on top .. And is convinced the italians stole it from the indians and worse over charging.
— Thevindra Raj (@Thevindra) September 14, 2019
At the end of the day, a sandwich is a sandwich.
My dad at subway…
Dad: roti mcm ni bapak pun boleh buat
— Muzaimir (@MuzaimirMokhtar) September 14, 2019
Your mum can probably make better tomyum than your favourite Korean BBQ spot.
Bring my parent in law to korean bbq all-you-can-eat. Choose tomyum for soup. Then she ask "got no daun limau purut to put in the tomyum? I should bring some next time" 😅😅😅
— Adila Yaacob (@AdilaYaacob) September 14, 2019
Nasi goreng mamak > any fast food youâ€™ll ever have
My mum : nak mkan mcd.
Us ; yeashh
Dad ; haa okay, tapi ayah tapau nasi goreng mamak depan and makan with you all dkt mcd.
— saa (@leeeeeeyana) September 15, 2019
Spaghetti is really just the Italian version of mee goreng mamak
My dad: ni apa?
Dad: spaghetti apa mcm mee goreng je. Baik makan kat mamak. Anee mee goreng satu.
— Aisyah (@theayesha_) September 13, 2019
Food in Kluang will always be cheaper than anywhere you eat
My parents donâ€™t mind if I bring them out for lunch / dinner. But never let them know how much the bill is:
â€œMahalnya. Dekat Kluang boleh dapat RMxx (cheaper).â€
— Haaziq Zahar (@haaziq_mz) September 14, 2019
Churros = cakoi
my mom "churros ni macam cakoi jelaa tapi fancy sikit"
— ÙƒØ§Ø±ÙŠÚ¤Ú¤ (@NurEllyn) September 13, 2019
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