My dear hubby has pamcit his World Cup marathon. What about the others? He had real early flight this morning and cannot endure the 3 am match between England and dunnowho anymore. In fact, after the first half of the 9 pm match already sleepy.
But fear not, we have a goalkeeper from Malaysia for FIFA World Cup 2020. Meet this little guy from Malaysia, shoes sponsored by FILA, shirt by Body Glove, shorts by KikiLaLa bola by serbuk pencuci Breeze yang sangat harum dan menyegarkan. He is managed by 5xmom so which club wants to sign him up, fast-fast leave comment here.
Brazil cuba memasukan gol tapi ditangkas oleh penjaga gol dari Malaysia! Aww…malangnya Brazil gagal.
Penjaga gol dari Malaysia kini membuat (apa shot?) ke arah midfielder. (Heh, I know nuts about football ok? )
Sekian siaran langsung FIFA World Cup dua puluh dua puluh dari stadium Sap Puluh dengan keputusan Malaysia dua dan Brazil 0. Ini merupakan kali pertama sebuah negara Asia memenangi piala dunia ini. Lapuran dari Has *coff coff coff* bulah *batuk batuk ahak ahak minyak cap kapak sungguh mujarab* Awang dan Serbegeth Singh yang sudah tua-tua dan nyanyok.
OK, now social issue talk. I notice that lots and lots of young children, as young as 5 to 6 years old are all into tennis. I mean, which little kid would fancy playing tennis in the hot evening sun in our tropical country? It is definitely all their parents and their fluff ideas of coaching a Michael Chang. Please lah, you think so easy to find a sports prodigy meh? I so kesian to see all these little boys and girls baking in the sun, looking bored, chasing a little yellow ball, under the watchful eyes of the adult coaches. My sensible hubby said they can dream on lah ‘cos unless a tennis player is over 6 foot 2 inches, they will only smell the farts of the lanky Caucasians players. Muahahahar…..What do you think? Do you notice that lots of kiasu parents are into coaching their kids in money churning sports like tennis, squash, golf but shunned the more fun one like football? With football, the kids can go crazy playing with their peers. With this single, one-to-one game, I think the kids are utterly bored and feel pressured. Hmmm..none of my business but I just wanna kaypoh. Parents, don’t get angry ‘cos I laff at you for torturing your little kids for your own selfish interest, ok?