i’m uninspired to blog.there’s really nothing interesting to write about.gosh.anyway,i’ve decided to do something random and blog about the most interesting SMS sent to the star (you can find it in the letters to the editor section).
>The show must go on
WHY bother about PAS youth protesting against Avril’s concert. They don’t represent d majority of Malaysian youth. Go on with d show!
for those who are not in the know, PAS youth has handed in a memorandum to cancel Avril Lavigne’s concert which will be held on the 29th of August. they claimed that ‘punk and rock’ are not suitable for malaysian youth especially during the Merdeka month. all i can say is this is ridiculous.
she’s a world class act and has kindly made malaysia as one of her stops for her tour. after all the heavy promotions by Hotlink,hitz.fm and others since a month ago,there has to be a bunch of clowns to spoil the the proceedings.is it just me or are (most) people from PAS a bunch of monkeys??? why deny malaysia a class act??? i don’t know. why do they see Mawi as the ideal performer for my generation???
please, if i want to see a monkey i’d rather head for the zoo
come on. there are better-looking monkeys at the zoo
don’t you agree???
personally, i don’t think the monkeys would like to watch Mawi perform. i think they’d rather see Avril.
i think the monkeys are upset that i have compared Mawi to one of them. they find it very insulting to compare him to their noble selfs.
malaysia has an infamous reputation for their strict rules on performances made by international superstars.
we missed out on a beyonce performance last year when she was fed up by some parties in malaysia that said her dresses were inappropriate. she performed at Jakarta much to our dismay. other countries are fighting to be a venue for a beyonce gig and we threw an oppurtinity to put malaysia on the world map as a hotspot for hot concerts. why haven’t other countries fighting to stage a Mawi performance???hmmmm.
there was another SMS sent to the star regarding this issue.it was a bit seditious. it said that PAS youth has gotten their priorities wrong. it also said that they should channel their energy to address the Mat Rempit havoc,drug abuse,’lepak’ culture as those who are involved in it are Budak Melayu.ouch! a bit seditious but true.instead of trying to cancel a concert and defaming the country, they should lead those who have strayed to the right track. the country’s better off with no Mat Rempit-s than with no Avril concert.
speaking about intereseting SMS-s, there’s another one that attracts me today
>what a child can do
INTERESTING to note a 12 year-old can fight off a teacher who tried to sodomise him, yet an adult can’t unless……
hmmmm.it really got me thinking. since i’m touching on sodomy, i would like to share you the details of me being harassed by a homosexual. i was buying something at a mini market on my way to fetch my dad. as i was lining up at the counter,i saw this old man. i decided to let him have my turn (means i gave him the oppurtinity to jump queue). then a guy who’s a bit feminine talked to me.
guy : kenapa awak bagi dia jalan dulu??? (why did you let him cut the queue??)
me : oh,sebab dia tua dan ada banyak barang. nanti dia tak larat ambil. (because he’s old and had lots of stuff)
guy : wah,budak baik macam awak dah takde dah. (wow,good samaritans like you are extinct)
me : err, bapa saya cakap kita patut hormati orang tua dan cuba tolong mereka (my dad taught me to respect the elderly and try to help them if we can)
guy : haha. awak ni hensem la (you are handsome)
me : errr, thank you
guy : *grabbed my left arm* wah, awak ada muscle. cantik. (wow, you’re muscular)
me : *starting to feel uncomfortable. shrugged him off gently. gave him a smile*
guy : *gave me a few pats on my back* orang macam adik ni kurang. hensem,badan yang cantik and berbudi peketi (people like you are little in numbers: handsome,have a great body and impeccable manners) *his hand slowly moved downwards from my shoulder*
me : *moved before he could make his way towards my buttocks. in a stern yet polite tone i told him* awak ni nak buat apa???tak baik berkelakuan macam ni (what are you trying to do?? it’s not good to be acting in this manner)
i paid for my stuff and walked to my car as fast as i can. i won’t be stepping into that supermarket anymore. guess what PAS youth: dia Orang Melayu (he’s malay). i don’t have anything against homosexuals. if they don’t bother me, i won’t bother them. i believe that there are many others like that guy. save them instead of ‘saving’ us from avril or other world class performers.