Baba pulls everyone's leg.
His uncle he calls Uncle Fish, says he is 95, eats chillies all day, and has a temper as hot as chillies, and all his teeth in his head; Uncle Fish does not smile while Baba tells this, but looks rather annoyed: he is a good sort, tough, devoted to Baba, and one of the early ones.
Uncle Mama he says is 65 and has no teeth in his head Baba calls him the universal uncle he looks a bit like Gandhi's pictures to me, a card of a man to look at.
Dr. Ghani Baba calls his big-headed pig everyone gets these names from Baba; Padri is the lamp post Kaka is Popeye; Chanji the monkey, with tail and all I haven't yet got an undignified name from Baba, but no doubt it will come one day; at least I hope so.
DONKIN'S DIARIES, p. 7, ed Sarah McNeil
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