@ Somewhere in the East of Singapore
1. Chum/Cham (Hokkien dialect): To be in a sorry state or bad situation.
– Cynthia comments that Robert was ‘chum’ because he had gone into the drain to retrieve her keys in the previous episode.
– Cynthia says ‘chum’ to herself as she was lost and didn’t know what to do when she saw Robert approaching.
– Robert says ‘chum’ to himself as he was in a situation with Cynthia again.
192.168.o.1: Every device connected to the internet possesses an IP address, also known as Internet Protocol address. The 192.168.o.1 Login IP address can be both public and private. The IP address 192.168.0.1 is a private address and is the default value for most of the broadband routers, mainly belonging to the Netgear and D-Link models.
2. Um chio (Hokkien dialect): To smile to oneself, or showing to be secretly happy.
– The food stall owner comments that the Robert was ‘um chio’ as he seemed very happy talking to Cynthia.
3. Gan cheong (Cantonese dialect): To be nervous or anxious.
– Robert suddenly feels his heart beating hard and fast wonders why he is feeling nervous.
4. Bee bop bee bop: To describe the sound of something beating, usually that of a heart.