Eh, Yang Berhormat Datuk, Lu ada makan ubat kah? Lu mau share toilets sama lu mia department mia janitors from Bangladesh, Indonesia, Myanmar jugak? I challenge you, if you do that, then, I respect your suggestion. If not, please move aside and let some hot mama like me to handle the department?
This is yet another ridiculous idea by our Minister to overcome their obssession with clean toilets.
PUTRAJAYA: Will sharing of toilets between teachers and students help maintain cleanliness in schools?
Deputy Education Minister Datuk Hon Choon Kim, who supports the idea, said teachers would be more aware of any maintenance needed and promptly alert the relevant authorities, if this was practised.
(full story on The Star)
I tell you lah, Datuk. It is not cleanliness we should concern first. It is how your Ministry is treating the teachers. You see, you don’t give them much pay. You don’t give them much respect. You want to deny them their tuition income. You took away their esteem. How do you expect teachers to be good examples when all these basic human needs are lacking?
It is not the toilets, it is the big red line that draws between, I am master, you are student principle. For God’s sake, for our country’s sake, for our future generation’s sake, you go squat in a primary school toilets kau-kau and then, you come and tell us if you think you can change thousands of 7 years old toilet habits? How can you even suggest these group of working professionals to shit and pee in peace along with the thousands of students?
I think the only thing these toilets need are more craps from high authority like you. Sweet!
Nah, I am not being disrespectful to the Minister, ok? I am being respectful to the teachers who are more important than one single Minister. I am defending our children. Because if we don’t have teachers who feel appreciated by the nation, our children’s future go to rots.
And nah, listen here. Dr. M said we bloggers should always write the truth mah. This one mah the truth lor.
Next time, I tell you how I drill my four kukujiaos to keep my house toilets clean. Very interesting one. Maybe the Government want to hire me as consultant to formulate the white papers to teach children how to keep the toilets clean?