From the monthly archives:

May 2009

Dubuqiqi is a very gentle and soft-spoken creature. He is careful and meticulous. He takes a lot of time to decide on something just to be sure he’s doing the right thing. Although sometimes this is not helpful because he ends up being left behind.
Sadikdik, on the other hand, is quite the opposite. He is happy-go-lucky and always on-the-go. He gets careless sometimes and tends to forget the important things.
Regardless of their difference, they get along very well. Sadikdik has the ability to make plants grow faster. Dubuqiqi can make them bear countless fruits!
Dubuqiqi and Sadikdik

We go as partners,
We work with flowers.
Make them grow faster,
Countless fruits after!

* Origin of the name 'Dubuqiqi': From the Chinese (Mandarin) word 'Dui Bu Qi' 對不起, which means 'sorry'.
* Origin of the name 'Sadikdik': From someone I know named, 'Sadik'

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(8) Singapopo

by Administrator on May 22, 2009

in The Wibblets

Singapopo loves to sing. She sings and speaks at the same time. She sings very good. So good she joined the Earth’s Got Talent — but she’s half chicken half alien so she was quickly disposed. Aside from singing, Singapopo has lightning quick legs. She enjoys doing spontaneous things but gets tired very easily. She’s a best friend of Chochemchem and Tokoykoy. Because of their strengths and weaknesses, all three mesh together perfectly.
singapopo

We help each other,
To do things better.
Together for always,
We never part ways.

* Origin of the name 'Singapopo': From 'Singapore' (the country)

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(7) Tokoykoy

by Administrator on May 21, 2009

in The Wibblets

Tokoykoy has an unusual beak that is bigger than his head.
With this, he carries his friend Chochemchem wherever they go. He is trustworthy and never complains. He is pretty strong for his size but he’s also slow – both literally and figuratively. Together with Singapopo (their other friend), all three are super best friends and almost interdependent on each other.
tokoykoy

We help each other,
To do things better.
Together for always,
We never part ways.

* Origin of the name 'Tokoykoy': From 'Tokyo' (city in Japan)

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(6) Boodada

by Administrator on May 4, 2009

in The Wibblets

Boodada is the Shinto Gate-bearer. At this gate, wishes are heard. Through this gate, wishes are delivered. Boodada doesn’t grant wishes. But without him holding the gate, usually causes a huge clog of wishes – that makes children getting impatient.

Boodada loves to hear stories. He is a good listener. He laughs at almost any joke and he is ticklish all over his body! With that being said, Boodada often loses his focus that he forgets his duty – to hold the gate and make sure only the good wishes get delivered to children.
boodada


Wishes that you utter,
Through this gate they enter.
I’m the Shinto Gate-bearer,
And also a baby-sitter!

* Origin of the name 'Boodada': From 'Buddha' (the founder of the Buddhist religion)

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