The frequently appeared KK as in CKK, FKK, LKK, PKK, SKK, TKK, CKKK, TLKK, FFKKK recently reminds me of the famous KK story in the hospital which we encountered very frequently in the clinics or hospitals. On & off, when I asked the patients regarding their medication history, I will have patients (especially those middle-aged or elderly patients) telling me about the white KK pills, which they take for fever. What the heck is this KK pillss ? Haha, it is none other than Paracetamol (PCM) or Panadol tablets. How this name KK come about? Why KK?
Thanks to the huge KK imprinted behind the panadol tablets, giving the impression to some of the patients that KK is the "other" name for panadol. They never realised that KK = Kementerian Kesihatan (Ministry of Health) ! Many times, I was tempted to tell them the truth that KK is not equivalent to PCM but at the end, I didn't :P
See? Even ponstan (mefenemic acid) also has KK imprinted on the capsule :P
p/s: Hope nobody FKK (faint kaw kaw) after reading this post....