- Furniture Design Class Trip To Ikea
- Klang Valley: Beautiful Mess 5.0 of myBurgerLab
- Penang: Kampai 9.9 Taiwanese ‘Zhu Char’, E-Gate
- Penang: Mugshot Cafe, Chulia Street
- THE FINALE At Kelana Jaya Stadium
- 429 HIMPUNAN HARAPAN RAKYAT at Han Chiang High School
- Sad Penang, Attacked By Blue Flags
- MOVIDA Birthday Bash
- Jeff Ooi At Bangkok Lane
- Yesterday Night At SS15 Ceramah
- Undilah Perdana Menteri! Najib’s On The Tree!
- Don’t blame Chinese for rejecting BN, MIC’s Vell Paari says BY CLARA CHOOI
- Utusan, Najib Guna Isu Perkauman Tutup Kecurangan Pilihanraya, LAMPIRAN: Video Al-JAzeera
- SNSD Tiffany throws first pitch for LA Dodgers
- အာဏာရပါတီ အသစ္က်ပ္ခၽြတ္ဥကၠဌ ဦးေရႊမန္းရဲ ့ ဖြတ္အေတြး ဖြတ္အၿမင္..
- It's all good, really
- kalau muka monyet mekap 3 kati pun x kan jadi merak kayangan...
- So called Chinese Tsunami by the United Mamak National Organization also known as UMNO Baru
- Papagomo Ditangkap Polis Kerana Ajak Rakyat Bermandi Darah...
Posted: 07 May 2013 10:35 AM PDT
第13届全国大选已经落幕。国阵获得47巴仙的选票，却赢取60巴仙的议席。民联攘获超过50巴仙的选票，却屈就于40巴仙的议席。就这一点就已经突出马来西亚选举制度最不公平、最伪善的一面。 选举期间，国阵候选人（尤其是在西马乡区和东马土著选区的候选人）或其政党代理人可以大摇大摆进入长屋、甘榜、垦殖区等等挥洒金钱，以金钱掳掠人心。选举委员会和反贪污委员会也竟然可以视而不见。一时说没有人投报、一时说证据不足、一时说已经呈交总检察署、一时说还再调查之中。这一点再次凸显马来西亚选举制度更不公平、更伪善和更腐败的一面！ 有人问，如果你说选举制度不公平，那你怎么可能赢？ 我说，城市选区没有出现买票的情况，不代表乡区不出现生。城市选民的政治意识比较高、也更不容易受贿。话说如此，"一个马来西亚"组织也不是在槟城公然高调买选票吗？ 也有人问，国阵买票赢大选已经这么多届，为什么你们现在才来吵？
Posted: 07 May 2013 09:17 AM PDT
Furniture Design Class Trip To Ikea – It's pretty random of posting this, but yeah, I really went to the Ikea with my class last week. Well, the task was to select 5 furniture, take pictures, research and document them down. It's quite funny taking photos as there because the security guard will come up and warn us occasionally. But, I just don't care! Blahhhhh. Not that crazy about IKEA now, I was obsessed.
Posted: 05 May 2013 03:44 AM PDT
Klang Valley: Beautiful Mess 5.0 of myBurgerLab – A torrent of slaps fell on Friday night. I thought that with that kind of wet and roaring weather, people will tend to stay at home for meal or go somewhere near to grab a quick bite, but then the usual evening queue at myBurgerLab was on!
Indeed, the burger shop is doing very well. Queued for about 20 minutes and the burger of the night was Beautiful Mess 5.0 (RM18) – Charcoal bun stuffed with portobella fries, thick and juicy beef patties, sunny side up, and mozarella cheese.
One more thing, thumbs up for the good service of myBurgerLab's staff who always put a smile on the face. =D Another thing is that they should seriously a bigger space is needed, it's hard to get a place to sit.
My Burger Lab
No. 14, Jalan 21/22,
Seapark 46300 Petaling Jaya,
Business Hours: 5pm – 10.30pm (Tues – Sun)
Posted: 05 May 2013 02:57 AM PDT
Penang: Kampai 9.9 Taiwanese 'Zhu Char', E-Gate – Despite being tensed with the General Election 2013, while waiting for the result to be announced later, I think I shall write some food post to release some tension. =D Let's head to Penang, for food!
So this place that I visited last weekend was Kampai, located at E-Gate, the place used to be Tao Japanese Cuisine. It's quite a surprised to see the once very famous Tao is gone and replaced by Kampai. Later then, I just realised that Kampai is from the same person who runs Tao! That's why.
Kampai is actually a Chinese restaurant, just like 'zhu char' (dai chao) restaurant but in a up-scale environment and atmosphere and selling mainly Taiwanese dishes, starting from RM9,9/dish. It's quite interesting trying Taiwanese-style of 'zhu char' because all the while, Taiwanese food is just beef noodle, 3 cups noodle and deep fried chicken.
Well, actually the taste is quite good in my opinion, but my brother commented that it's quite standard, taste like what he had in Singapore. The fried bittergourd with salted egg was good, the pork slices with garlic was good, but the sweet and sour pork and ma po toufu was just not fancy enough. But after all, I kinda enjoyed my lunch at there.
Kampai @ E-Gate
1-01-05 & 1-01-06, Ground Floor,
E-Gate, Lebuh Tunku Kudin 2,
11900 Gelugor, Penang.
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Posted: 05 May 2013 12:13 AM PDT
Penang: Mugshot Cafe, Chulia Street – Haven't been home for quite some times and just realised that there's so many new cafes pop up around town! Mugshot Cafe is a new one (might not new to Penangite but me) at Chulia Street, right opposite the famous Wan Tan Mee or just next to the Rainforest Bakery.
I'm wondering how to describe this kind of cafe. It's retro-ish, a bit of artsy fartsy and a little bit similar to Burps & Giggles of Ipoh. Heritage artsy style? There's so many in town right now. I went on a Sunday afternoon and it's kinda hard to get a seat there. The seating is kinda cute with low table and chair like in the kindergarten.
There's not much in the menu, you can find coffee and tea, some cakes, homemade yogurt, and bagel muffin. That's it. Bagels were sold out and it's only cake and yogurt for me. The carrot cake was good, sweet enough for my sweet tooth and the apple crumble was nice too according to my mom, but then I think I am not an apple crumble person, I don't like the sourish apple in it. HAHA. Another thing I ordered was the Walnuts & Raisins Yogurt which I find it too sourish too, should have tried Jackfruit & Gula Melaka!
After all, this seems to be a good place for an afternoon tea and to chill. Will be back to try their bagel muffin.
The Mugshot Cafe
302 Chulia Street,
10200 George Town,
Business Hours: 8am – 9pm
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Posted: 04 May 2013 10:51 PM PDT
THE FINALE At Kelana Jaya Stadium – The eve of 13th General Election of Malaysia, the last day of campaigning by all the political parties, and it's the ready for change and a new Malaysia. The night was tensed and excited. More than 50 thousands Malaysians flocked into the Kelana Jaya Stadium, to give a one last shot of support.
It started with a few thousands of people, the stadium slowly filled up and it's just incredible to see the crowds packed in the stadium. Today, Malaysian will make the decision, I am excited and nervous, let's hope for the good news tonight. Ubah.
Posted: 04 May 2013 03:11 AM PDT
429 HIMPUNAN HARAPAN RAKYAT at Han Chiang High School – Penangite are ready to bring UBAH to Putrajaya as I can see from last Monday's gathering at Han Chiang High School. I was there, sweat and wet, together with 70,000 people, chanting UBAH, cheering, shouting, screaming. I felt unity among all. I felt, happy. Too bad, I couldn't stayed till the end because of the rain, but I've got to say, good job to everyone who stayed till the end of the event!
Posted: 30 Apr 2013 10:07 AM PDT
Sad Penang, Attacked By Blue Flags – Beautiful Penang is very sad right now, with the attacked from 1Malaysia blue flags, hanging everywhere in the island. Come on, it's just an election, there's no need to attack Penang with the huge number of flags! What an eyesore to us and the tourist and the world, sigh. Penang is sad, Penang is crying, please help Penang, I want my beautiful Penang back.
Ubah liao lah!
Posted: 27 Apr 2013 10:46 AM PDT
MOVIDA Birthday Bash - Free food, free (good) music and free flow were what to describe my Friday's night. 'There's no free lunch in the world?' Yeah, but there's free dinner, at MOVIDA, Sunway Giza. A bunch of happy friends of interior designers, a couple pints of free beer, a little good food, and a night of club hits, brought the weekend to life.
Not really a club person, but I like club hits, and of course, free or cheap drinks (Carlsberg at RM10/pint that night)! Happy weekend!
Posted: 27 Apr 2013 10:31 AM PDT
Jeff Ooi At Bangkok Lane – 7 days before 13th General Election, on a not-so-typical Saturday night in Penang, just an hour before the clock strikes 12, there at the nostalgic Bangkok Lane, surrounded by colonial houses, gathered hundreds of Penangite standing on the road listening the political talk by Jeff Ooi of DAP. There I was, after my scrumptious Thai food dinner at Sungai Petani, a detour to Bangkok Lane to check out the ceramah. Not a big crowds, but I heard cheers and applause. Ubah we want.
Posted: 25 Apr 2013 11:20 AM PDT
Yesterday Night At SS15 Ceramah – Randomly, spontaneously went to the Pakatan Rakyat general election campaign talk at SS15 yesterday night. It was not a nice night because of rain, and the field has lots of water stagnant. Despite a small turn out, the crowd were supportive, cheerful and looking forward to a change. Well, me? I can't vote, yet.
Posted: 24 Apr 2013 02:39 AM PDT
Posted: 07 May 2013 08:51 AM PDT
From Malaysian Insider
KUALA LUMPUR, 2013 May 7 – The Chinese should not be blamed for supporting Pakatan Rakyat (PR), MIC leader S. Vell Paari said today, disagreeing with accusations calling the community "ungrateful" for abandoning Barisan Nasional (BN) in Election 2013. The son of former MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu also suggested that some among the country's second-largest ethnic group had rejected BN as punishment for it endorsing Perkasa members as its candidates. "I believe the Chinese supported the Opposition because no action had been taken against Perkasa and Datuk Ibrahim Ali for their comments.
"Putting Perkasa members as BN-friendly candidates had also driven away Chinese and Indian votes in Selangor," Vell was quoted in The Star Online as saying. Vell's opinion contradicts that of party vice-president Datuk M. Saravanan who earlier today called Chinese voters "ungrateful" for voting against BN when it had served them well. The Tapah MP also suggested that the government not help Chinese voters who rejected the coalition in Sunday's polls. "I agree with the views of Datuk Seri Ali Rustam because even in my constituency, I have fulfilled my responsibility as MP well. "I can't find any reasons why they should reject me… I share his view," Saravanan told reporters after attending a closed-door meeting between BN lawmakers and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak at the PWTC here.
Ali, the former Malacca chief minister, was defeated in the contest for the Bukit Katil parliamentary seat in Sunday's polls. The Umno supreme council member, who joined a list of big casualties in a polls battle that bloodied the ruling coalition's nose, blamed the Chinese for his loss, calling them "ungrateful" for rejecting BN despite his contribution to the community when he was chief minister. But Vell, a known critic of his party, disagreed with the notion, saying that it would not be appropriate to ask the electorate to be "grateful" to the government for its contributions. "We cannot ask Malaysians to be grateful for the government's efforts as it's the duty of the administration," The Star quoted him saying.
Umno's Utusan Malaysia front-paged today the question "Apa lagi Cina mahu (What else do the Chinese want?) in what appeared to be an attempt to shape the results of Election 2013 as a Chinese-vs-Malay vote. Analysts have said data from voting trends showed the outcome of Election 2013 was not simply the result of a "Chinese tsunami" as Najib has claimed but a major swing in the urban and middle-class electorate that saw Malaysia's urban-rural rift widen.
But Utusan Malaysia, a newspaper that has represented the right-wing forces aligned largely with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, decided today to publish a number of stories blaming the Chinese for dividing Malaysia. Utusan Malaysia's front page also suggests that Najib will have his hands full dealing with the powerful right-wing faction in Umno from which he received strong backing in the elections. An analysis of how the vote went shows a country with rural-urban and class divisions that will make any reconciliation and necessary reforms even more difficult to implement.
Posted: 07 May 2013 10:59 AM PDT
Ketua Umum KEADILAN, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim membidas tindakan Datuk Seri Najib Razak dan media kawalannya, Utusan Malaysia kerana menggunakan sentimen perkauman untuk menutup kecurangan mereka dalam pilihan raya.
Anwar mengulas isu sentimen perkauman terhadap kaum Cina yang dimainkan pimpinan dan media Umno sejak selesai pilihan raya Ahad lalu.
"Najib dan pemerintahannya yang tidak sah sekarang telah melakukan dua kesilapan besar. Menipu pilihan raya dan menggunakan sentimen perkauman untuk menutup kecurangan mereka.
"Utusan adalah alat kawalan Umno, Utusan bertindak mengikut arahan pegawai kepada Presiden Umno. Kali ini mereka memainkan isu perkauman dan malangnya ia direstui oleh semua pimpinan Umno," kata Anwar dalam sidang media di ibu pejabat KEADILAN hari ini.
Pagi ini muka depan Utusan memaparkan berita utama bertajuk 'Cina mahu apa lagi?' Akhbar Kosmo memaparkan tajuk berita utama 'Pengundi Cina bersikap talam dua muka'.
Manakala akhbat Berita Harian menyiar petikan kenyataan bekas Ketua Menteri Melaka, Datuk Seri Ali Rustam bahawa 'Cina tak mengenang budi'
Tindakan itu mendapat kritikan pengguna internet dan media sosial facebook.
Dalam pada itu Anwar menegaskan, Najib Razak dalam pilihan raya kali ini telah melakukan dua kesilapan besar iaitu menipu sistem demokrasi dan menggunakan isu perkauman.
"Najib menyebut tentang 'tsunami Cina', saya tolak kenyataan itu. Kita tak boleh guna isu begitu untuk hangatkan suasana kaum," tegasnya.
Posted: 07 May 2013 12:57 AM PDT
Posted: 07 May 2013 07:12 AM PDT
အာဏာရပါတီ အသစ္က်ပ္ခၽြတ္ဥကၠဌ ဦးေရႊမန္းရဲ ့ ဖြတ္အေတြး ဖြတ္အၿမင္..
Posted: 07 May 2013 04:03 AM PDT
It's been a roller coaster emotional ride for me in the past 2 days.
I've always been a skeptic going into GE13, because I thought that BN is so formidable (in a non-legitimate way) that they will secure the rural votes, and some urban votes, and with Malays and Indians swinging back to BN (as they have so alleged and even some pundits say that), they are in for a comfortable victory.
Towards polling date, my hopes etched up as the public of all races rushed to attend Pakatan mega-rallies as if they are going to a concert of superstars, and Merdeka survey topped it all saying more people want to give Pakatan a chance at governance.
Polling day morning, my hopes are still up because throngs upon throngs of people lined up outside the polling stations.
In the afternoon, I had a sinking feeling when several places faced downpours.
Towards the evening after the polls are closed however, my spirits went up again when EC said that turnout is 80%. There is hope yet for Pakatan.
When results trickled in ever so slowly, I saw a marked difference between the time when Malaysiakini uploaded the information, compared to national news stations updating their information. At the back of my mind, I began to speculate whether there are some shenanigans going on where opposition victory is pulled from under their feet in the last minute by mysterious new votes.
True enough, they could never catch up as both coalitions race towards 112. When Bentong, Labis, Segamat fell, I had a sinking feeling that it was game over for Pakatan. I went to sleep feeling not hopeful. I woke at 3am, the penultimate results merely confirmed my nightmare scenario come true. BN won again.
The next morning, news only begun to trickle in. I was alarmed when Anwar said he will challenge the results. What does this mean? Will there be street protests? Then he asked for calm, and for the leaders to handle this. At the same time, Kit Siang disputed Chua Soi Lek's characterisation that this is race-war, and he seems to have acknowledged that this are likely results to live by. I felt assured that it's safe to go to the office.
By noon, it is clear that while BN won, they lost popular votes. My colleagues were pretty much dejected and some devastated. Some say they've turned their facebook banners to black. Some came to me and said their friends feel that it's hopeless in Malaysia and nothing will change anymore and they contemplate leaving. I went back feeling pretty much depressed.
This morning, I read that Pakatan won popular votes by an excess of more than 1 million votes. I mused - is Najib politically dead man walking? Sure enough, news articles follow saying he now faces a bigger challenge in UMNO. I also feel assured that Bersih will try to get to the bottom of electoral fraud. And my colleague told me that even a 9 year old is saying there should be Bersih 4.0 soon.
After lunch, my mood is on an upswing. I feel that while there are massive challenges ahead before we have a truly functioning democracy, things are actually looking up. And this is what I want to share with you today.
Pakatan has breached the penultimate psychological barrier. First was in 2008 when BN's 2/3 majority was breached. This time, BN's popular votes have been decimated.
There is enormous significance to how Pakatan achieved this majority votes. It could not have been on the backs of overwhelming Chinese support alone. It came from a very strong backing of Malays and Indians. Pakatan is the truly multi-racial platform, and they didn't achieve this by race-baiting. What they say from one ceramah to another, whether the constituent is Malay, Indian or Chinese, is consistent.
It is a fundamental psychological victory because along the way, extremist politics have been decimated, in the form of Perkasa.
What this means is, Malays by a large number, safe for rural areas, are not concerned with a Chinese/Christian takeover of the country. And the Chinese is no longer afraid of the Hudud bogeyman. The best part is, no one is afraid of May 13 anymore. No matter how Utusan, RTM and TV3 spins it, those propaganda no longer have traction.
UMNO can no longer say that DAP does not have the support of Malays, or MCA claiming that PAS does not have the support of Chinese.
If it only happened once in 2008, BN can claim that it is a fluke, that forces were gathered against Abdullah Badawi and not BN. Now that it's happened again, UMNO and MCA can kiss goodbye to their racial and religious propaganda. It will be idiotic of them not to see that it is the end of racial politics in Malaysia.
Along with outdated race-baiting, BN can also throw out its playbook on Pakatan not having the experience in governance. Penang and Selangor amply demonstrates that administering those states stupendously was not a flash in the pan, but is borne of great policies, people friendly policies, and honest hard work. And the constituents appreciated that and rewarded Pakatan big time. Pakatan has shown the way that good governance and progress can co-exist. Pakatan has now sealed its reputation as a tour de force, a favourite replacement for aged and broken BN.
I've never felt a greater sense of solidarity with my fellow brothers and sisters of other races today than I have ever before.
One may ask, but don't we have a racial divide in the rural areas? Personally, I refuse to accept that there is a racial divide. It is also not an urban-rural divide as many political commentators have put it. There is only 1 divide, which is between those who know and those who don't. BN's machinery failed miserably in urban areas because the public had access to alternative news and could discern the trees from the woods. The rural folks are handicapped because they continue to only hear one side of the story, unable to make comparisons. Without knowledge, they are not able to defend themselves against the undue influence of vote buying. Anyone who says there is a race, class or urban-rural divide is doing a great disservice to Malaysia, for they are avoiding the real issue of unfair playing field, which makes Malaysia a fake democracy.
Therefore in my heart, I am relieved and grateful that my brothers and sisters of other races have finally woke up together and see that we are in desperate need to reform. I am finally relieved and heartened that my fellow brothers and sisters of all other races share with me the urgency that we need to fix our economy, our education, and institutions of governance and our race relations. I couldn't be prouder to be Malaysian today than ever before. And that is the bottom line, and it is a darn good bottom line to have.
From there, we try our luck with what we can get in the meantime. In the days and months ahead, we can look forward to more hopeful events.
There will be electoral challenges in the courts. From there, the decision will be upon the judges whether they fear the 1 million surplus vote bank of Pakatan, or they fear their political masters more.
If BN does not fall through this or some other form of defection, then Malaysians need to dig in our collective heels and fight for the long haul.
We will go after the Election Commission to revisit the demands of Bersih.
We will then go after the Ministry of Information for equal access to RTM, and the Home Ministry for freedom of the press. At the same time, we boycott Utusan, NST, the Star etc.
And then, we go after the Home Ministry and especially the National Registry Department by ensuring that there is no illegal issuance of IC.
Finally, we go where it will hurt BN the most - the rural areas.
Of course, the likelihood of failure is spectacular, because the tools of governance is still stacked up against the people - but never underestimate the power of genuine fear of defeat on the part of BN, which may compel them to relent.
Alternatively, BN realising they are at the threshold of being crushed the next round, may simply resort to even dirtier tactic, and hang on to power by sheer intimidation. We may very well experience the use of Sedition Act and SOSMA to repress political expression and dissent on the pretext of racial tension. Therefore, in the coming days and weeks and months, Malaysians must pre-empt the framing of this election along racial lines by drowning out the lies of Utusan, TV3, NST and the Star. In fact, Najib and Dr M has already started on this line of offensive. They must be stopped.
If there is a time for all Malaysians to stand up and be counted, this is it. We have to go beyond merely forwarding emails/video clippings, or go beyond turning up to vote. We must offer our time and service to the greater cause this time more than ever. Our volunteerism (as I have called upon in my last article) must start now for the legal/political fights that will likely occur in days and months ahead. There must be no relenting or letting up otherwise we will give BN a chance to regroup and dig their heels in.
Historical tide is on Pakatan's side. It is on the side of majority Malaysians from all walks of life who aspire change for a better, greater Malaysian destiny. Engaging in Malaysian political process is a full time job. We must all do our part. We must start turning it into a habit to be engaged in the process. It is only through our collective engagement that we can finally finish off BN one way or another.
To be fair, at the same time, it also depends on what BN turns out to become, and how Pakatan continues to modify itself to meet the aspirations and demands of the Malaysian electorate. But if you ask me, entrenched corrupt power will have little incentive to change. They will forever be trapped in a mindset that it's not entirely broken so why replace it? Therefore, going by the current trajectory, we will get 2 million more voters in GE14, and this time no cimbs will stand in our way.
I feel therefore, all things considered, things are really looking up in the next 5 years.It's truly an exciting time (some might say once in a lifetime opportunity) to be involved in political activism and civil disobedience that will come to be known as the golden era of Malaysian politics.
Posted: 07 May 2013 05:19 AM PDT
hi uollssss...pe kabar...
semua masih lagi dalam demam undi?...puas hati dengan keputusan undi?... pilihan dah di buat keputusannya kisa setuju je lah kan...moga siapa yang menang akan melaksanakan tanggungjawab mereka kepada semua rakyat.....
ari ni akak x nak cakap pasal undi or politik...akak nak cakap pasal juru mekap atau mak andam...
berapa uollss sanggup bayar untuk dimekapkan untuk majlis perkahwinan atau majlis tunang korang?
100, 200, 500..or 1000 ringgit?
masing2 ada pendapat masing2...sapa yang mampu dan inginkan hasil terbaik..maka sangguplah bayar lebih kan...sapa yang x mampu makan bayar lah sedaya mungkin...
kat sini bukan mampu atau x mampu yang akak nak bincangkan.. tapi tahap mana KEBERANGANAN korang demi mendapat hasil mekap yang cantik?
akak ada ramai kawan yang muat makeup ni...dan macam2 ragam orang akak dah jumpe...
ada sesetengah tu nak mekap murah nak hasil yang meletop...yang penting siap nak test mekap..kalau cantek baru setuju nak amik...di ingat kan disini para perempuan berangan sekalian..NO SUCH A FREE MAKEUP TEST YER... kretiviti orang kita kena bayar... setengah betina tu feeeling hidup nak free test mekap... cantek baru confirm... ko jangan mimpi yer sundal...
kalau muka ko cantek...x yah test mekap pun akan cantek... ingat ek...bila korang nak test mekap ni ko ingat jurumekap tu suka ke...kalau dia buat korang kena bayar actual price walaupun hanya test mekap.. kenapa?.. ko ingat diorang buat test mekap tu pakai tepung ubi dengan tanah liat...pakai mekap yer...so ko x yah nak feeling sangat hidup ko...mekap kena bayar...
another thing adalah...mereka akan tanya ..MAKEUP APA U GUNA EK... sebab apa soalan ni di utarakan..sebab kebanyakkan betina bangang akan tanya soalan ni kerana mereka beranggapan kalau ko mekap pakai mekap mahal .. pakai MAC or designer brand...muka akan nampak cantek dan kalau pakai mekap murah muka akan nampak azab...
ada betul dan ada salah...
ko mmg bangang... semua ini melibatkan kretiviti yer... semahal mana mekap ko tapi teknik mekap yang sedih makan hasilnya adalah sedih... kalau orang tu mempunyai skill mekap yang hebat pakai bedak yat lee or 3 beauty pun muka ko akan iras erra fazira...
kalau nak macam ni hasilnya..akak leh buat dengan kaki sambil tutup mata
tapi pokok pangkalnya..kalau muka ko macam monyet...mekap 3 kati pun muka ko x mungkin jadi merak kayangan... ini adalah fakta.. so kaji wajah uollss sebelum mempertikaikan kretiviti seseorang...
perkara ketiga adalah kata2 yang x dapat di terima oleh kebanyakkan mekap artis... KENAPA X NAK AMIK NYAH TU MEKAP?... DIA MEKAP CANTEK.... X NAK LAH NANTI MUKA AKU NAMPAK MACAM PONDAN...!
kalau alasan x nak amik pondan dengan sebab agama..segi sentuhan bukan muhrim boleh lah diterima pakai kan...
ingat!... sebelum memulakan mekap hendaklah korang beri guideline pada juru mekap ..macamana hasil yang korang mahukan... mahu tebal..mahu natural... mahu macam pondan..over the top..semua tu boleh...
pernah x korang tengok muka erra fazira, neolofa, rozita che wan jadi muka pondan?... yang mekap diorang semua pondan tau.... xde kan... so korang pikir lah sendiri..kang cakap bangang banyak kali kang sentap lak...
amacam macam pondan ke tidak?
pernah x tengok miss universe back stage..or fashion show victoria secret backstage... korang akan tengok kebanyakkan juru mekap mereka adalah lelaki, pondan.... ada tak peserta miss universe or victoria secret model bermuka pondan kerana hasil mekap diorang... x kan...
sebab apa... semua juru solek atau mak andam ni di tugaskan untuk mencantekkan orang.. dan bukan memondankan muka orang.. paham?... melainkan korang mintak ... I NAK MUKA I CAM PONDAN DI HARI PERSANDINGAN I...
kalau itu yang ko mahu..ini hasilnya
so kat sini akak bukan nak cakap pondan ni semua mekap cantek dan bagus... x kiralah pondan ke pompuan ke...kretiviti mereka ni subjektif... mereka ada kepakaran sendiri... kalau mereka x pandai mekap x lah jadi juru mekap... x kan lah orang yang pakar tebang balak di suruh mekap pengantin kan... so pikirkan..
ada juga manusia di luar sana beranggapan kalau jurumekap tu pernah mekap artis ..berlumba2 nak amik2..kalau cakap x pernah mekap muka artis semua x nak amik..sebab takut x lawa... kalau dia mekap nora danish x semestinya dia akan mengnoradanishkan muka uollss walaupun muka uollss itu hakikatnya seperti kak ton... paham.. teknik tu yang penting bukan siapa dia pernah mekap...
banyak betina di luar sana x tahu... yang juru mekap ni akan buat the best kalau kita ni x banyak kerenah dan serahkan kretiviti mereka ke muka anda..." I SERAHKAN TUGAS NI PADA U...I TAHU U KRETIF..TOLONG JADIKAN I PUTERI DI MAJLIS ISTIMEWA I... akak yakin mereka akan buat the best untuk uollsss...
kalau ko banyak kerenah... sebenarnya hasil mekap diorang tu adalah cincai..kebanyakkannya akan mendapat hasil yang biase2 sahaja ... so pikirkan...
pesanan akhir... kalau ko bayar 100 ringgit dan ko feeling2 hasil mekap meletop macam ayang kamil and nurul syukur... ko nak jangan berangan sangat..
ingat juru mekap juga carik makan..bukan jadi tukang mekap percuma dan boleh senang2 di perbodohkan sesuka hati..
kalau cerewet sangat mekap sendiri..amacam santek x?
sekian terima kasih....
Posted: 07 May 2013 08:37 AM PDT
So it was a Chinese Tsunami!! It was a spin by UMNO, who were scared shitless. I am an Indian, of course a Malaysian, I am trying to do a bit of Moohyniddin. There are 65 reasons why the Chinese, Malays, Indians and others voted against UMNO which is under the guise of BN. The Chinese led, they can hold their heads up high with pride, they had cojones of brass because they just could not tolerate UMNO's robber barons and fear mongering. They were not intimidated with the most abused of words, "stability". Which UMNO themselves had orchestrated. Did they call it a Chinese Tsunami when the Chinese voted for BN when others turned against it in 1999? Dogs are grateful, get my drift?
UMNO is an outfit filled to the brim with dinosaurs who are not forward looking, with no imagination at all, silly me how on earth do you expect dianosaurs to have any kind of imagination. Look at Pakatan Rakyat, no doubt they have old folks leading them, these old folks are wise men leading young imaginative women and men. Can you say the same for UMNO? The have an icon who happens to be the patron saint of PERKASA also know as UMNO, the Keralite, Mahathir, the USD 44 billion dollar man. He likes brown nosers around him. Two of his prodigies were decimated in the recent elections, the people pissed on his face. When he went to the Lumut Naval Base to root for the pornstar's party's candidate, it was the death knell for that candidate. The people again pissed on his face! That is karma, the end is near.
The Chairman of the Election Commission, who is a mentally challenged person, was placed there specifically to aid and abet UMNO to steal the elections. When the Chairman of the SPR speaks he blatantly lies through his crooked teeth. The most beautiful part about him is that he says it with a straight face. Lying comes naturally to him. That is an art for unscrupulous charlatans.
The devil when it looks at the mirror thinks itself a saint, in that same way UMNO does. So why is UMNO an evil outfit. They used indelible ink which turned out to be "magic ink", it disappeared soon after. The Police I thought were there to serve and to protect Malaysians, instead they were not actively looking out for foreigners but preventing citizens from checking them out. Amazing, airdropped ballot boxes to save UMNO in Sg Siput and Bentong, Bersih and Rafizi are compiling all the evidence, for them to roast the Chairman of the SPR's balls over a slow fire.
Tenaga Nasional, our national power supplier has perfected the art of cutting off the power supply at crucial times, especially when ballots are being counted, to prop UMNO up. So that they can increase tariffs as and when they like.
Now that UMNO is in power, when they raise the price of fuel and toll, I hope that those who voted for UMNO (BN) suffer as much as the those who made the "Chinese Tsunami" happen. The people who are allowed to bitch about the increase should be those who made the "Chinese Tsunami" happen, they have every right. Wait for the GST, you will be bitch slapped by UMNO. You who voted for the United Mamak National Organization forever hold your peace for you deserve it.
Posted: 07 May 2013 07:32 AM PDT
Polis tahan penulis blog pro-Umno Papagomo
Penulis blog kontroversi pro-Umno Papagomo hari ini ditahan polis.
Beliau ditahan bersama seorang lagi individu yang dikenali sebagai "King Jason".
Perkara itu dimaklumkan oleh pihak polis melalui pesanan Twitter hari ini. Sebab penahannya setakt ini belum diketahui.
Bagaimanapun, sebelum ini dilaporkan terdapat laporan polis dibuat terhadapnya dan seorang pembaca Shahrizad Mohd Diah atas dakwaan mengeluarkan kenyataan berhubung isu Melayu dan Cina.
Free Malaysia Today melaporkan, laporan itu dibuat oleh Jamilah Baharuddin di balai polis Simpang Tiga dan kemudiannya di Sungai Maong di Kuching. -mk
Penangkapan papagomo adalah jelas.. seperti imej printscreen yang GB letakkan di awal entri ini.
Tetapi penahan King Jason masih kabur dan samar. Apakah kerana mendedahkan kebenaran video BN yang merasua pengundi supaya undi BN itu satu jenayah?
King Jason perlu dibebaskan segera kerana tiada hasutan yang dilakukan sebaliknya hasutan yang nyata ialah si papagomo.
Bagaimana pula Sharizad Md Diah itu yang terang-terangan mengeluarkan kenyataan yang menghasut?
Polis perlu bertindak professional, telus dan adil.
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