Grandfather’s Road

Your/My Grandfather’s Road

Origin: Singlish/English- usually used to tell off someone when they block others from accessing a place/road.

Your Grandfather’s road – is used to tell off people when they block the way of others on a public road/place.

My Grandfather’s Road – is used to tell people that their grandfather literally own this road.

Phrase:

Ah Beng to a well-dressed guy: Eh Champion, can don’t block limpeh from walking this path anot? You think this is Your Grandfather’s Road??

Well-dressed Guy: Apologies, we are having a celebration to commemorate the memory of my grandfather. This road is named after him and thus it is indeed My Grandfather’s Road.

Ah Beng: Paisei Paisei….

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