Monday, April 23, 2012

Sunday, April 22, 2012


You're happy when your loved ones are happy.

Parents are happy to see their child happy.

A man happy to see his lady happy.

A girl happy to see her best-friend happy.

But, to what extent?

If your child is happy to eat junk food everyday, will you allow that just for the sake of happiness?

If you lady is spending beyond affordability, that nothing else left to lived on, will you let that pass in the name of happiness?

If a close friend of yours getting "peace" on drugs and alcohol, will you agree on it because he/she is happy doing it?

To a certain extent, happiness is not a right. Its a privilege.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

No I'm not starting to blog again.

I just feel like it as for now.

But I know its gonna be short-lived.

The Art of Insult

Malays, by far has the worst skill at insulting people. So I've seen.

They should know stating the obvious wouldn't count as an insult.

As bad they are at insulting, they are no better at being insulted.

With any situation happening around us, instead of focusing on the core subject, Malays tend to focus on the "obvious". Calling people Cina, Keling, Melayu, Jawa, gemuk, pendek, kurus, rambut maggi, botak, hitam, hidung kembang, telinga satelit - these shouldn't; in any way be used to insult neither they are to feel insulted.

So why oh why -

  • When a blogger wrote a controversial piece they called him/her "gemuk" rather than "bodoh". 
  • When a celebrity got caught on a "bad" video  "Melayu Jawa" rather than "slutty". 
  • When someone cause an accident they call him/her "Cina" rather than "careless" 
  • When a person lied they are called "Keling" rather than "bullshit" 

Doesn't make sense.

And so no one should feel insulted when called by the physical attributes. Kau gemuk. And? Kau kurus. And? Kau hitam. And? Kau pendek. And? See, stating the obvious is by far the silliest way of insult.

So please. To insult one needs art.