Let’s go through what I have in my wardrobe compared to the dressing guidelines set by the Kota Bahru Municipal Council :
Body hugging outfits which shows off the body – Checked! I got more than body to shows, I go extra miles of spare tyres too.
Blouses which show the navel – Checked! I got a very nice, deep, navel which happens to be my lifeline when I was in my mom’s womb. Everyone got tali pusat, if tarak, awal-awal sudah mati lor. So, navel is only as sexy as those preverts mind conceive.
See through blouses – Checked! I even wear them to church. But you only can see through when you put your mind to see through.
Mini-skirts – Ok, this one I am not wearing ‘cos you cannot deal with an active toddler wearing mini-skirts. But shorts I wear at the pool got counted or not?
Tight pants – What tight pants? Pants are meant to follow the curves of the butt and thighs, right? What they want us to wear? Aladdin flowy pants?Â Arabian Nights?
Eh, they missed out cleavage. You know…itu lurah yang terletak di antara dua bukit?Â Sungguh menghairahkan hingga menjilat bibir.Â I also got some t-shirts that sometimes dropped further than they should.
Well, considering that this comes only from Kelantan and only applies to workers at retail outlets in Kota Bahru, I wont’ get my panties in a twist. But if it comes from our Government, I will twist their heads.Â I go kasi C4 explosives then.
The above pic was taken by my son to teaseÂ me ‘cos he knows I always get lost in car parks.Â So, he said he took the photo when I got down from the car so that I can remember which floor I parked my car.Â Tiu!Â He asked me if I want to instal GPS tracking or take a video so that I can remember which lift to take too.
And that ladies and gentlemen, the stupid ruling just made me feelÂ like “Do ya think I am sexy,Â Do you want my honey…, come on baby let me know”Â Â Oh boy, I am going to delete Kelantan out of my travel itinerary next time.Â They are taking one step forward and 100 steps backward.