I never bother to read those news about the bylaws, outlaws, watevalaws the Government is trying to implement. I also never bother to read what the politicians (the opposition) are talking regarding the ‘no kissing, no hugging’ issue. I am even more allergic to reading what the laymen protest.
This is yet another flash in the pan kinda policy cooked up by over-zealous, out of touch inidividuals who wants to garner brownies points with the Almighty. “Stone them stone them…” Isn’t this so familiar?
I bet these very people who do not openly show affection to their spouses (hey, I bet those who are in power who make decisions like these are very old, married, kissed, hugged and went all the way before, no?) will be the same people who steal fishes and eat them behind closed doors.
I agree that lately, the moral of a majority of youngsters have declined. Under-age sex, unwanted pregnancies, ‘cry-foul’ rapes etc have increased. These are all due to the change of time, when the darker side of the media/TV/internet is over-taking the religious and moral sides of our lives. Therefore, as adults, we do need to find a certain discipline to curb these social issues. I mean, we can’t have our teenage kids making out at the padang across your rumah teres, right?
You wouldn’t want to take the dog out for its evening wee-wee and stumble upon Manikam’s daugther making out with Ah Chong’s son while Ali’s son is making out with Mrs. Kaur’s daughter, right? Meanwhile, Mrs. Kan’s son is secretly filming with his infra-red, phone camera. So, I think basically, this is what our honourable decision makers are trying to set right.
On the other hand, we have to admit that previously, our Muslims brothers and sisters were much modest and were much more religious inclined. It is the norm that youngsters head for their Quran classes and back home. Khalwat, zina and words like those hung like a sword on a string. And we have to admit that there seems to be a new generation of youngsters who are now much more daring. I have plenty of people coming to my site looking for ‘seks jepun, seks melayu’. I mean, cik adik semua, paling teruk pun belajar lah macam mana nak spell hentai or japanese sex if you want to learn to Google lah. At least it will lead you to some decent p0rn sites and not auntie mya site, ok?
So, basically, this is what those decision makers are trying to do. Which is a good one. But as usual, bad P.R. and the whole thing is now blown out of proportion. Now, even our bespectacled YB Minister (eh, forget who liao?) also wanna insist that it is ok to kiss-kiss and hug-hug and no one should pounce on him at the padang. (aiyoh, when I saw the photo and read the headlines, I went, alamak, who want to beromen with you, uncle?)
Now this also makes me nervous. If this law (or whatever it is called) is passed through, does that mean I cannot hug even in church? Aiyoh, susah lah like that. ‘Cause I am always filled with lotsa love after mass and I always give this old couple a hug. Uncle T even pecks both my cheeks like the angmoh. Boleh kena tangkap kah?
Anyway, I haven’t been to Padang Polo, Bukit Dumbar (some secluded places ideal for beromen in Penang) for like light years. So, I wouldn’t know what is the scene like now. I mean, where do young couples go for phaktoring nowadays? Terus masuk hotel? Hahaha…..
(this post is filed under humour and not to be taken seriously, ok?)