What do you understand by “having prata”? Some people think its going down to the hawker centre to buy some fried dough and consuming it. But that to me is not really having prata.
Having prata is a happening event, having my wife a few friends, siblings or cousins hanging out together at a nice breezy place having supper and tea. Due to my limited command of descriptive english, I think that’s how I would put it in words… but if you think its just to eat roti prata, then that’s not what I meant.
I’m lazy to explain and I don’t think you want to hear my lengthy concept of what “having prata” really means to me, so I will just ask you if you wanna “have prata”.
This lazy-to-explain and unwillingness-to-listen leads to problems limited only by your imagination.
When a teacher asks a student what is 1 + 1? The student might answer 2, but with an unending inquiring string of “why”, the teacher might have no choice but to try and explain the country’s policy on education and the necessity of propaganda.
After going on about something which I’m not sure if I have put it correctly, I hope you understood what I wanted to say. But then again that might not be what I meant.