Happy Chap Goh Meh and Happy Lunar Eclipse
Posted on February 21st, 2008 by Lilian • Filed under: Humor
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Today is the last day of Chinese New Year. Happy Chap Goh Meh.
*restraints self from crapping about Malaysia election 2008*
Tonight, when the moon is at is brightest, all you girls who don’t see a prospect of ever getting hitched, do yourself a favour.
Go to the nearest water source, i.e. a lake, the sea, a huge river or if you have none of those in urban KL, a big longkang, go throw yourself into it after eating Mandarin oranges. Lilian too predicted that with the full lunar eclipse on a Chap Goh Meh, the moon disappearance spells doom.
Lilian too also predicted that we are going to see our beloved Chief Minister throwing oranges into the sea tonight along with Dr
Teng Hock Nan, Chia Kwang Chye and lots of other politicians from Gerakan and MCA. They are going to appear in their red batik with a huge smile on their faces.
*restraints self from crapping about Malaysia 12th general election*
Tomorrow, the papers are going to be filled with all the Malay politicians from UMNO having a good celebration of Chap Goh Meh with the Chinese politicians.
Or maybe not because it is bad omen to be celebrating the full moon. Certainly, they don’t want to be seen as worshipping the moon of PAS? Oh did I tell you that PAS call UMNO orang utans and UMNO got TV3 to air two ulamaks (or some religious elders) to preach that it is against God to call each other names? Poor God kena tarik masuk air for kempen pilihanraya. Hellooooo….siapa yang panggil bloggers beruk (KJ) dan goblok (Zam) or pondans (Mohammadx2)? Now, you tell me, where did PAS learn to call UMNO names? From UMNO lah…Orang utan, beruk, monyet kita semua sehutan.
But our Deputy PM said otherwise…
Najib said Umno leaders and members would not humiliate anyone, including opposition party leaders.
“We do not humiliate anyone, even opposition leaders, because we respect them as leaders,” he said.
Najib said Umno held steadfast to its stand that its policies, struggle and ideology were far superior and more noble than those of the opposition.
Now, you going to vote for orang utan or the beruk or the monyet or the kera ah?