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S. Korea’s Lee Myung Bak Satirized by School Children

Pyongyang, May 14 (KCNA) — Making analysis of the abbreviation for traitor Myung Bak (MB) of south Korea has become one of plays for students of secondary schools in Pyongyang.

On May 8, KCNA heard a conversation between secondary school students in the Pyongyang Metro. They were Jang Chol Hyon (12) and Ri Kang Song (12) at Pyongyang Sangsin Secondary School.
Jang: Hey, Ri, it is said that rattish Myung Bak likes more to speak American-style English than his own mother tongue. What about making analysis of the abbreviation “MB”?
Ri: The letter M has already been believed to come from the word “mouse”.
Then, what the letter B will stand for? As Myung Bak is considered to be a boss of the swarm of rats, B is appropriate to the word “boss”.
Jang: But I think the word “break” is more suitable to it.
Ri: Oh, that’s OK. Mouse Break!

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