An Innocent Classmate

Philippines
March 28, 2013 4:30am CST
We were eating a boneless milk fish during our meal that time and I mentioned something like "its a good thing that this is boneless". Then one of my classmate asked "does this fish have bones?". We were laughing at him because we thought it was just a joke, but little do we know, it was an innocent question. Its pretty amazing how this classmate of mine have this idea that when you say milk fish, it do not have any bones. What do you think?
3 responses
@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
28 Mar 13
Yeah, there are people who can take literally. And of course, everyone of us have our dumb-sounding questions every now and then :).
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@SIMPLYD (79764)
• Philippines
28 Mar 13
Some people could indeed take words literally. And your classmate was one of them. Or maybe it's the first time he heard "boneless" bangus. Well, at least he now know.
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@meowchie (992)
• Philippines
30 Mar 13
hehehe maybe your classmate is well-off his parents always buy boneless milk fish =) good for him!!