Monday, 16 August 2010

Kultur und Erfolg,

Culture and Success.

People believe Secularism is key to success.Work - Culture - Religion = Success.

Well, since we are in the mood of proving people wrong, and talking bad about people, why not explain this theory i have come up with.

What is Malaysian culture? For me, it is, wearing slippers, wearing kain pelikat, eating [2], shaking hands, saying Selaaamat PAaaagi Cikgu and other things. But mainly the slipper thing. For me, Malaysians are synonymous with wearing slippers. The hot climate almost forbids the use of shoes, so slippers become our saviour.

Anyway, as you all know, at most places of study, slippers are not allowed. I get thefact that slippers arent  allowed in labs, and in Bengkels, but classes, lectures, for me, should be a place where slippers strive. When i wear slippers to school, the Pak Gad sepantas kilat calls me, gives me a piece of paper, and writes down a whole ot of useless shit (in my opinion)

The sexy chinese get in, with ease. The even sexier malays get in, but at a price. The Pak Gad's eyes practically pierce their really tight shirts, and eventually their breasts, mujur tak berdarah. The sexy indians get in too. I guess its sort of 1Malaysia-ish when it comes to sexy girls.

But when i, wearing the national Footwear, the slippers, i punya la kena tahan. punya la kena kutuk.
 "ha belajar mana ni dik, ha? ke tak belajar?"

I do not have ugly feet. My feet do not stink either (except when im wearing shoes). Its sort of an identity. Malaysians, slippers. Sort of like the Japanese, their bows (and Slipper + Socks combo).

Are slippers that ugly? Are slippers degrading? I get the Selipar Jamban thing, those slippers which are meant to be worn in the toilet, but ordinary slippers too? Come on. If something as unpatriotic as a sexy dress [1], can be worn to College, why not the National Footwear? Slippers?

citation
 [1] -  (its unpatriotic because keSOPANan dan kesusilaan is a rukun negara).
 [2] - roti canai, kuetiaou, the 'food' food, not the 'bak kut teh' food, as in food which comes from a specific culture but is enjoyed by all ethnicities

1 comment:

John Loo said...

Write to the Star, tengok dapat perhatian tak, haha.

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