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6-05-2007 @ 10:50AM
@11 It's all about nanny. =PThe "nanny" before China become a modern country got to take care of other's children and -- in some wealthy family, they got to feed babies with their own milk since those high-ranked mom refuse to do such a low-ranked job, so the word "nanny"'s Chinese translation is very literature, the "milk mom", since those babies got a "real" mom and another mom who feed milk to them, so the nanny is called "milk mom" in the old time.After few centuries, it got an extended meaning: The one who is in charge to taking care others, which could be extended to the "healer" in most games.As for the daddy...well, who said that males can't be a nanny? =P
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