This gang of “chi mui” is really no joke (not “sin lam soon lui”). Guess they must have had great planning on “their task” in that morning. The chicks went straight to the kitchen & started their preparation….blended the bitter guard juice, mixed the wasabi & vinegar juice, boiled eggs & etc. They really got my mouth opened wide with “ooh my”, “oh no”, “gosh”, “tsk tsk tsk”………
Just as the bride tried to settle down for a lil rest, the loud & prolonged sound of horn was heard….indicating the arrival of the groom and the gang!
The groom’s gang of “heng tai”/buddies came not just all prepared to face the challenges but in their smart suit despite the hot weather!
Having attended quite a number of wedding ceremonies in my life, I must say this time was really fun, cool & entertaining! The gang of “heng tai” was extremely “sporty” & “active”!
The best part was none of them was seen hesitated putting on the bra, the craziest game….gosh, everyone laughed till stomach pain! With the bra on, the “chi mui” wanted the gang to reach out to 3 neighbours to get their signatures & agreed to a group photo as shown below…...
Once all the obstacles set-up by the “chi mui” have been overridden, the rest of the procedures were completed too….prayers, tea ceremony & etc etc…..
See my 'samseng' scot with his tooth pick in his mouth & shirt unbuttoned??
Finally came the much awaited event….i.e. cutting of the roast pig. It was a moment that everyone (esp. the guys) has waited to get a bite of the sumptuous roast pork!! But heck, the task wasn’t an easy one, not everyone has the skill & experience to cut such a big animal! As we were debating that, mom came and said a very important statement: the cutting task must be undertaken by “SOMEONE” that has achieved good life!
According to mom, that someone is considered having good life if she has many children (both male & female), grandchildren and must not have difficult life style! So, in the end, my eldest aunty (ku cheh/dad’s sis) was proudly given the honour to do it…..see her charming smile below??
As I’ve mentioned earlier, it was an event that was much awaited. And this was proven with the crowd waited anxiously surrounding my “ku cheh”…..sight of hands grabbing the best part & sound of ooh ooh hah hah signalling how tasty it was !!
Even the groom & the bride did not missed out!
The entire event has taken approximately 1 & 1/2 hour and they ought to return to the groom's place by 1p.m.