Thursday, April 24, 2008

Menyeru Roh Duit Syiling

Korang pernah main tak spirit of the coin? Bagi yang tak paham bahasa orang puteh, maksud spirit ialah roh. Bukannya air Sprite yang sedap diminum ketika haus tu. Dari mana asalnya aktiviti main spirit of the coin ni aku tak pasti la pulak. Malas nak google. Bagi yang tak tau lagi macam mana main spirit of the coin ni, cara dia macam ni.

1. Ambil kertas kosong. Size A3 paling afdal la. Kalau nak kertas kajang, boleh beli kat Kajang.

2. Ambil duit syiling. Selalunya duit doposen. Lagi lama syiling tu lagi bagus. Yang berkarat tu lagi hantu suka. Kalau dapat syiling yang 3 segi ke, empat segi ke lagi bagus. Lagi power spirit yang datang.

3. Lukiskan sebanyak 36 bulatan kat keliling kertas tu dengan menggunakan duit syiling sebagai acuan. Kalau nak pakai penutup tin milo, tak muat la kan.

4. Tuliskan huruf A kat satu bulatan, huruf B, C, sampai Z kat bulatan-bulatan lain. Kemudian nombor 0 sampai 9 kat bulatan yang lain-lain lagi. Zaman sekarang ni mungkin boleh buat pakai MS Word je. Tak payah susah-susah. Boleh main kat monitor laptop je. Kalau nak besar lagi, pancarkan kat dinding guna projector.

5. Kat tengah-tengah kertas tu lukis 3 bulatan lagi dalam satu baris. Yang kiri tulis 'YES', yang tengah tulis 'HOME', dan yang kanan tulis 'NO'. Jangan gatal pulak lukis gambar ular dengan tangga. Itu nak main dam ular boleh la.

6. Sekurang-kurangnya 2 orang pemain diperlukan. Macam main badminton la pulak.

7. Letak duit syiling kat bulatan 'HOME'.

8. Setiap pemain kena letak jari telunjuk kat atas duit syiling secara lembut ataupun setakat sentuh-sentuh angin sepoi bahasa je. Ehh.. sepatutnya jari hantu lagi sesuai tak? sebab hantu dengan roh kan adik beradik je. Macam jin dengan mambang tanah la. Hantu suka mencarut, sebab tu la jari hantu tu jari mencarut.

9. Pemain kena baca mentera "Spirit-spirit of the coin, if you here me, please cum.. eh silap.. please come". Kalau kita nak panggil roh secara spesifik, contohnya roh Kalimuthu, kena baca "Spirit-spirit of the coin, if you here me, please call Kalimuthu".

10. Baca mantera tu ulang-ulang sampai la terasa duit syiling tu macam nak bergerak-gerak. Harus diingat anda jangan gerak (blah) bila duit syiling dah bergerak.

Kalau dah bergerak tu, kita tanya la apa yang kita nak tanya dekat spirit tu. Tapi selalunya mula-mula kita tanya nama dia dulu la. Kalau nama dia Sarip, syiling tu akan bergerak la pergi kat bulatan huruf S, then A, then R, I, P. Lepas tu tanya la dia mati tahun berapa. Kalau dia mati tahun 1978, syiling tu akan bergerak la pergi bulatan nombor 1, then 9, then 7, then 8. Lepas tu nak tanya apa lagi tanya la. Paham kan?

Tapi! Syaratnya, kalau dah habis main kena suruh dia balik dan duit syiling tu mesti balik kat bulatan 'HOME'. Kalau tak, selagi tu la tak boleh lepaskan jari kat duit syiling tu. Kalau lepaskan jari sebelum spirit tu balik, ha ha ha ha.... siap la korang!! Silap-silap korang boleh kena rasuk. Roh hantu masuk dalam badan korang, roh korang masuk dalam duit syiling. Kalau duit syiling tu jatuh dalam jamban, korang duduk la dalam jamban tu sampai bila-bila.

Nak dijadikan cerita, masa zaman family aku tengah susah dulu, kakak aku (Angah) bagi idea untuk mintak nombor ekor dengan spirit of the coin. Untuk menambah keberkatan, kitorang mintak izin dengan Mak dulu dan cakap tujuan kitorang untuk mintak nombor ekor. Mak pun merestui hajat kitorang dan berjanji akan bagi duit untuk beli nombor ekor. Ada chan jadi tokoh ibu mithali. Kan dulu ada nasyid Ibu Mithali kan? Yang bunyik dia "Ibu Mithaaali.. Ibu sejaaatii.. " Tapi masa kekecik dulu kitorang ubah lirik lagu tu jadi "Ibu Minaaachi.. Bapak Tambii Chiik". Marah la Rahim Tambi Chik.

Sambung balik.. sambung balik...

So, berbekalkan keberanian yang ada, kitorang main la spirit of the coin tu. Memang syiling tu bergerak. Tapi aku tak pasti la sama ada Angah yang gerakkan syiling tu. Kalau ya, memang siot la dia. Entah roh sapa la yang datang tu aku tak ingat la pulak. Dapat jugak nombor ekor. Bangcik la yang tolong pergi beli kat Gombak sana. Masa tu Bangchik form 3 kot? Selamba aje dia gi beli.

Petang tu, Mak, Angah, Bangchik dan aku hati berbunga-bunga je macam dah kompom nombor tu kena. Dah berangan jadi orang kaya dah. Kalau kaya boleh la beli video player. Masa tu orang kaya je ada video player. Mahal.

Esok paginya, Berkobar-kobar Bangchik pergi beli sokkaba.

Agak-agak kena tak nombor tu?

Ada kena ka tarak kena?

Tarak kena ma!!! Maa haii!!

Penipu punya spirit. Dah la bila aku tanya aku boleh kurus ke tak, dia pergi kat bulatan 'NO'. Hampeh!

Tapi ok jugak, kalau kena nombor ekor tu, sure kitorang main lagi spirit tu untuk mintak nombor loteri pulak. Hinggalah kitorang kaya dan lalai lagi alpa.

Kesimpulannya, berusahalah mencarik rezeki yang halal untuk keluarga anda. Kerana dengan makanan yang halal anda akan Sihat.. Cantik.. Hebat..

19 comments:

~chacha~ said...

dulukan,masa kat asrama pnh tgk kwn² main bendalah ni..tak berani nak join..mmg betul hantu tu masukk..tp kebanyakkan hantu kapirun(hantu kapir) je yang dtg..ntah kenapa ntah..sonok mmg sonok tgk dorang main..tp takut jgk woo..tp kan,lg menakutkan..bila tgh malam tu..salah sorang yg main bendalah ni kene rasuk..dia meracau² masa tido..dia kata ada sorang pakai jubah n serban dtg kat dia n marah dia..dia kata mata dia jd panas sgt masa tu..hishh tatau la betul ke tak tu.tp start esoknya dia dok menung je n tetiba jd pendiam..pastu dorang buat apa ntah nak pulihkan dia balik...kesian..tp lama jgk la nak pulih kan dia balik..

azq said...

'here' ke, 'hear'?

IRA said...

agaknya spirit tu mabuk sprite kot...salah kasi nombor

Iz said...

ahaha.. best mak ko.. siap berjanji nak bagi duit beli no ekor lagi tu.. aku taknah main spirit ni lagi.. den ni lomah semangat

ahmad_xkesah said...

wahahahaaa..
spirit tu xtau psl nombor ekor..
tp die tau psl size bdn ko..
cm tau2 jek ko xle kurus..

Uda said...

spirit2 of the coin.....

give me sight beyond sight....

eh.... itu thundercat nyer.... haha!!

p.s. aku pernah dpt RM800 menang tikam no. buat joli main snooker, bowling & tgk wayang.... haha!!!

Genie said...

hahaha..best la abg taiko..
kiter gelak menggelegak tak hengat..!!

lagi2 yg part tukar lagu ibu mithali tu..

hehe..

anyway, seram baca bab2 hantu coin2 ni..

Izham Miyake said...

Aku rasa kakak engko saja halakan coins tu ke 'NO'.

Cuba tanya akak ko.. sure punya 'LAH'..

Hakikatnya, ko tak pernah 'GAGAL' untuk kurus. Sekarang pun buktinya hehe.. kurus tu.. tere tere..

Pengumuman, HAzril bin Ibrahim telah berjaya mengurangkan berat badannya dari 100 lebih ke 80 lebih sahaja..

Terror kan? Hantu syiling tu pembohong besar!

Mak Su said...

len kali jgn main coin, main wang kertas

Zetty said...

fuh. kau dah slim ke taiko? apa rahsianya?

human book said...

List of racial discriminations in Malaysia, practiced by government as well as government agencies. This list is an open secret. Best verified by government itself because it got the statistics.

This list is not in the order of importance, that means the first one on the list is not the most important and the last one on the list does not mean least important.

This list is a common knowledge to a lot of Malaysians, especially those non-malays (Chinese, Ibans, Kadazans, Orang Asli, Tamils, etc) who were being racially discriminated.

Figures in this list are estimates only and please take it as a guide only. Government of Malaysia has the most correct figures. Is government of Malaysia too ashamed to publish their racist acts by publishing racial statistics?

This list cover a period of about 50 years since independence (1957).

List of racial discriminations (Malaysia):

(1) Out of all the 5 major banks, only one bank is multi-racial, the rest are controlled by malays

(2) 99% of Petronas directors are malays

(3) 3% of Petronas employees are Chinese

(4) 99% of 2000 Petronas gasoline stations are owned by malays

(5) 100% all contractors working under Petronas projects must be bumis status

(6) 0% of non-malay staffs is legally required in malay companies. But there must be 30% malay staffs in Chinese companies

(7) 5% of all new intake for government army, nurses, polices, is non-malays

(8) 2% is the present Chinese staff in Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF), drop from 40% in 1960

(9) 2% is the percentage of non-malay government servants in Putrajaya. But malays make up 98%

(10) 7% is the percentage of Chinese government servants in the whole government (in 2004), drop from 30% in 1960

(11) 95% of government contracts are given to malays

(12) 100% all business licensees are controlled by malay government e.g. Approved Permits, Taxi Permits, etc

(13) 80% of the Chinese rice millers in Kedah had to be sold to malay controlled Bernas in 1980s. Otherwise, life is make difficult for Chinese rice millers

(14) 100 big companies set up, managed and owned by Chinese Malaysians were taken over by government, and later managed by malays since 1970s e.g. MISC, UMBC, UTC, etc

(15) At least 10 Chinese owned bus companies (throughout Malaysia, throughout 40 years) had to be sold to MARA or other malay transport companies due to rejection by malay authority to Chinese application for bus routes and rejection for their application for new buses

(16) 2 Chinese taxi drivers were barred from driving in Johor Larkin bus station. There are about 30 taxi drivers and 3 are Chinese in October 2004. Spoiling taxi club properties was the reason given

(17) 0 non-malays are allowed to get shop lots in the new Muar bus station (November 2004)

(18) 8000 billion ringgit is the total amount the government channeled to malay pockets through ASB, ASN, MARA, privatisation of government agencies, Tabung Haji etc, through NEP over 34 years period

(19) 48 Chinese primary schools closed down since 1968 - 2000

(20) 144 Indian primary schools closed down since 1968 - 2000

(21) 2637 malay primary schools built since 1968 - 2000

(22) 2.5% is government budget for Chinese primary schools. Indian schools got only 1%, malay schools got 96.5%

(23) While a Chinese parent with RM1000 salary (monthly) cannot get school-text-book-loan, a malay parent with RM2000 salary is eligible

(24) 10 all public universities vice chancellors are malays

(25) 5% - the government universities lecturers of non-malay origins had been reduced from about 70% in 1965 to only 5% in 2004

(26) Only 5% is given to non-malays for government scholarships over 40 years

(27) 0 Chinese or Indians were sent to Japan and Korea under "Look East Policy"

(28) 128 STPM Chinese top students could not get into the course that they aspired e.g. Medicine (in 2004)

(29) 10% place for non-bumi students for MARA science schools beginning from year 2003, but only 7% are filled. Before that it was 100% malays

(30) 50 cases whereby Chinese and Indian Malaysians, are beaten up in the National Service program in 2003

(31) 25% is Malaysian Chinese population in 2004, drop from 45% in 1957

(32) 7% is the present Malaysian Indians population (2004), a drop from 12% in 1957

(33) 2 million Chinese Malaysians had emigrated to overseas since 40 years ago

(34) 0.5 million Indian Malaysians had emigrated to overseas

(35) 3 million Indonesians had migrated into Malaysia and became Malaysian citizens with bumis status

(36) 600000 are the Chinese and Indian Malaysians with red IC and were rejected repeatedly when applying for citizenship for 40 years. Perhaps 60% of them had already passed away due to old age. This shows racism of how easily Indonesians got their citizenship compare with the Chinese and Indians

(37) 5% - 15% discount for a malay to buy a house, regardless whether the malay is poor or rich

(38) 2% is what Chinese new villages get compare with 98% of what malay villages got for rural development budget

(39) 50 road names (at least) had been changed from Chinese names to other names

(40) 1 Dewan Gan Boon Leong (in Malacca) was altered to other name (e.g. Dewan Serbaguna or sort) when it was being officially used for a few days. Government try to shun Chinese names. This racism happened in around year 2000 or sort

(41) 0 churches/temples were built for each housing estate. But every housing estate got at least one mosque/surau built

(42) 3000 mosques/surau were built in all housing estates throughout Malaysia since 1970. No churches, no temples are required to be built in housing estates

(43) 1 Catholic church in Shah Alam took 20 years to apply to be constructed. But told by malay authority that it must look like a factory and not look like a church. Still not yet approved in 2004

(44) 1 publishing of Bible in Iban language banned (in 2002)

(45) 0 of the government TV stations (RTM1, RTM2, TV3) are directors of non-malay origins

(46) 30 government produced TV dramas and films always showed that the bad guys had Chinese face, and the good guys had malay face. You can check it out since 1970s. Recent years, this tendency becomes less

(47) 10 times, at least, malays (especially Umno) had threatened to massacre the Chinese Malaysians using May 13 since 1969

(48) 20 constituencies won by DAP would not get funds from the government to develop. Or these Chinese majority constituencies would be the last to be developed

(49) 100 constituencies (parliaments and states) had been racistly re-delineated so Chinese voters were diluted that Chinese candidates, particularly DAP candidates lost in election since 1970s

(50) Only 3 out of 12 human rights items are ratified by Malaysia government since 1960

(51) 0 - elimination of all forms of racial discrimination (UN Human Rights) is not ratified by Malaysia government since 1960s

(52) 20 reported cases whereby malay ambulance attendances treated Chinese patients inhumanely, and malay government hospital staffs purposely delay attending to Chinese patients in 2003. Unreported cases may be 200

(53) 50 cases each year whereby Chinese, especially Chinese youths being beaten up by malay youths in public places. We may check at police reports provided the police took the report, otherwise there will be no record

(54) 20 cases every year whereby Chinese drivers who accidentally knocked down malays were seriously assaulted or killed by malays

(55) 12% is what ASB/ASN got per annum while banks fixed deposit is only about 3.5% per annum

There are hundreds more racial discriminations in Malaysia to add to this list of "colossal" racism. It is hope that the victims of racism will write in to expose racism.

Malaysia government should publish statistics showing how much malays had benefited from the "special rights" of malays and at the same time tell the statistics of how much other minority races are being discriminated.

Hence, the responsibility lies in the Malaysia government itself to publish unadulterated statistics of racial discrimination.

If the Malaysia government hides the statistics above, then there must be some evil doings, immoral doings, shameful doings and sinful doings, like the Nazi, going on onto the non-malays of Malaysia.

Civilized nation, unlike evil Nazi, must publish statistics to show its treatment on its minority races. This is what Malaysia must publish……….

We are asking for the publication of the statistics showing how "implementation of special rights of malays" had inflicted colossal racial discrimination onto non-malays.

ruyom said...

New Cabinet:



Prime Minister - Anwar

Deputy Prime Minister - Lim Kit Siang

Culture Minister - Farish Noor

Defence Minister -

Education Minister - Nga Kor Ming

Environment Minister - Teresa Kok

Finance Minister - Tony Pua

Foreign Minister - Ramasamy

Health Minister - Tan Seng Giaw

Home Minister -

Information Minister - Jeff Ooi

Law Minister - Teng Chang Khim

Manpower Minister -

Sports Minister -

Technology Minister -

Trade Minister - Khalid

Transport Minister - Liew Chin Tong

(Penang Chief Minister - Lim Guan Eng)

vokoyo said...

I wish to point out that the Orang Asli, not the malays, are the original inhabitants of Malaysia. Most of the malay Malaysians came from Sumatra and other parts of Indonesia. They only migrated here much earlier than the Chinese and Indian Malaysians. It does not mean they deserve privileges or rights just because they were the pioneer immigrants.

It is true that there have been abuses under the name of malay special rights and it is the duty of the malays in particular, and all Malaysians in general, to stop it so that the rightful malays get their rights, and the non-malays get their rights as citizens of this country.

It is a sad thing to say, but I do believe the main thing that is holding back malays is not the Chinese or the Indians, but the malays themselves. That is why Badawi and Mahathir have been quoted as telling to throw away crutches and work hard to face the challenges of globalisation.

The malay and others of the same mind should learn to stand on their own feet rather than claim for special rights and privileges. The world is becoming globalised and if they don't change their attitude, they will only become beggars in their own country.

As for the malays who insist on hiding behind the veil of malay special rights - you have lost the respect of non-malays a long time ago.

We also suspect that the current situation will, unfortunately, get worse if no action is taken now. Why? Because our kids in school hardly mix with each other. They will grow up with little understanding of their fellow Malaysians, and with the suspicions that exist, it will be worse.

The truth of the matter is that polarisation in Malaysia is caused by the discriminatory practises of the government - especially after the NEP - rather than vernacular education.

The NEP is upheld for the rich and not the poor in Malaysia.

Whether we admit it or not, the problem is that the special rights and privileges given have now resulted in only a selected few malays getting richer and richer. The bulk of the malays, especially in the rural areas are not benefiting from the system.

Poor people are poor people, rich people are rich people - no matter which race they come from.

The poor in Malaysia must be served but I am sure all taxpayers feel that this should be done in a manner which is blind to age, ethnicity, gender and religion.

What is wrong with extending help to all deserving citizens based on merits and needs regardless of race?

The Malaysia problem is that rich do become richer. And because of the political system, the players are the same.

Out of control - this is all I can say about any type of enforcement and the level of corruption in Malaysia. No idea what Badawi has done in his four years in office but judging from the ground, I guess nothing much.

If you have ever heard of the simple saying, "Give a man a fish, he eats for a day, teach him how to fish and he eats for a lifetime." you will realise that many non-malays have learned how to fish but the government is still handing out fishes to the malays. One day the fish will run out.

If you want to say discrimination is here in the US, yes, of course it is. Can you name a country where it doesn't happen? But let me tell you one thing - if you go looking for it, you will find it. But in Malaysia, you don't have to go look for it because it seeks you out, slaps you in your face every which way you turn, and is sanctioned by law!

Official figures have more than one million Chinese Malaysians emigrating over the past 25 years. Why did they emigrate? I am sure the government knows.

For most professionals, living abroad has its own ups and downs. But you get dignity, fair treatment and respect for your ability. You get a voice too. And ears to hear you.

Brain drain by the tank-loads is what we get. Every single year, Malaysia loses people who could potentially contribute to the country immensely.

So malay, you may keep your rights and perpetuate them. Such things are archaic. Who loses in the end? Your country, which should have been a first world one by today.

I sympathize with those that have benefited from the NEP, but the bad news is that the price he pays for his progress is much higher than what he pays for his benefit.

These special rights and privileges were once a necessity for them to move forward. Today, after many decades, they find themselves still standing in the same place.

It is a shame that our history has been constantly twisted so that our younger generation has no understanding of Malaysia's foundation and its true aspiration.

It is arguable that if not for the contributions of the Chinese and Indian Malaysians who helped in the development of this country tremendously, Malaysia would probably be in same category like Indonesia or the Philippines, if not worst.

To improve the malays lot, more have to be made to work in private companies where competition is real and what count is your ability. If special rights only help malays to become government servants, then all the more reason not to invoke special rights.

But of course, the present ruling elite drunken with wealth, will continue to fight this dream to ensure that Malaysia is kept divided so that BN can continue to rule.

Alternatively, Malaysians may begin to realise the dream of a new Malaysia.

The bitter truth is that the majority of this nation don't see the need to change things yet and until then, we can do little about it.

The bottom line with present day globalisation is this: compete on a level-playing field or you will lose. Plain and simple.

























I wish to point out that the Orang Asli, not the malays, are the original inhabitants of Malaysia. Most of the malay Malaysians came from Sumatra and other parts of Indonesia. They only migrated here much earlier than the Chinese and Indian Malaysians. It does not mean they deserve privileges or rights just because they were the pioneer immigrants.

It is true that there have been abuses under the name of malay special rights and it is the duty of the malays in particular, and all Malaysians in general, to stop it so that the rightful malays get their rights, and the non-malays get their rights as citizens of this country.

It is a sad thing to say, but I do believe the main thing that is holding back malays is not the Chinese or the Indians, but the malays themselves. That is why Badawi and Mahathir have been quoted as telling to throw away crutches and work hard to face the challenges of globalisation.

The malay and others of the same mind should learn to stand on their own feet rather than claim for special rights and privileges. The world is becoming globalised and if they don't change their attitude, they will only become beggars in their own country.

As for the malays who insist on hiding behind the veil of malay special rights - you have lost the respect of non-malays a long time ago.

We also suspect that the current situation will, unfortunately, get worse if no action is taken now. Why? Because our kids in school hardly mix with each other. They will grow up with little understanding of their fellow Malaysians, and with the suspicions that exist, it will be worse.

The truth of the matter is that polarisation in Malaysia is caused by the discriminatory practises of the government - especially after the NEP - rather than vernacular education.

The NEP is upheld for the rich and not the poor in Malaysia.

Whether we admit it or not, the problem is that the special rights and privileges given have now resulted in only a selected few malays getting richer and richer. The bulk of the malays, especially in the rural areas are not benefiting from the system.

Poor people are poor people, rich people are rich people - no matter which race they come from.

The poor in Malaysia must be served but I am sure all taxpayers feel that this should be done in a manner which is blind to age, ethnicity, gender and religion.

What is wrong with extending help to all deserving citizens based on merits and needs regardless of race?

The Malaysia problem is that rich do become richer. And because of the political system, the players are the same.

Out of control - this is all I can say about any type of enforcement and the level of corruption in Malaysia. No idea what Badawi has done in his four years in office but judging from the ground, I guess nothing much.

If you have ever heard of the simple saying, "Give a man a fish, he eats for a day, teach him how to fish and he eats for a lifetime." you will realise that many non-malays have learned how to fish but the government is still handing out fishes to the malays. One day the fish will run out.

If you want to say discrimination is here in the US, yes, of course it is. Can you name a country where it doesn't happen? But let me tell you one thing - if you go looking for it, you will find it. But in Malaysia, you don't have to go look for it because it seeks you out, slaps you in your face every which way you turn, and is sanctioned by law!

Official figures have more than one million Chinese Malaysians emigrating over the past 25 years. Why did they emigrate? I am sure the government knows.

For most professionals, living abroad has its own ups and downs. But you get dignity, fair treatment and respect for your ability. You get a voice too. And ears to hear you.

Brain drain by the tank-loads is what we get. Every single year, Malaysia loses people who could potentially contribute to the country immensely.

So malay, you may keep your rights and perpetuate them. Such things are archaic. Who loses in the end? Your country, which should have been a first world one by today.

I sympathize with those that have benefited from the NEP, but the bad news is that the price he pays for his progress is much higher than what he pays for his benefit.

These special rights and privileges were once a necessity for them to move forward. Today, after many decades, they find themselves still standing in the same place.

It is a shame that our history has been constantly twisted so that our younger generation has no understanding of Malaysia's foundation and its true aspiration.

It is arguable that if not for the contributions of the Chinese and Indian Malaysians who helped in the development of this country tremendously, Malaysia would probably be in same category like Indonesia or the Philippines, if not worst.

To improve the malays lot, more have to be made to work in private companies where competition is real and what count is your ability. If special rights only help malays to become government servants, then all the more reason not to invoke special rights.

But of course, the present ruling elite drunken with wealth, will continue to fight this dream to ensure that Malaysia is kept divided so that BN can continue to rule.

Alternatively, Malaysians may begin to realise the dream of a new Malaysia.

The bitter truth is that the majority of this nation don't see the need to change things yet and until then, we can do little about it.

The bottom line with present day globalisation is this: compete on a level-playing field or you will lose. Plain and simple.

nanana-ne said...

penyepam datang. selamat datang penyepam.

saye sokong mak su. gune la duit kertas.

13may said...

aku rasa kamu silap seru laa....tak pun tak kasi pengeras kat spirit tuh...hehhe hehhe

Taiko said...

chacha: ish ish ishhh.. tu la.. berani buat kena berani tanggung la..

azq: english is not my mader tang. he he

ira: 7 up lagi sedap. ada Fido Dido.

ahmad: memang la aku takleh kurus.. tapi boleh taf aje. he heh e

uda: itu spirit thundercat. cehhh.. ada main nombor jugak ke? tahniah la sebab kena.

genie: sempena hari ibu hari tu, kena la nyanyi lagu ibu mithali ni.

izham: tunggu la 2 bulan lagi... jadi 70 lebih je he he he...

mak su: kalau wang kertas malaysia, satu roh aje yang boleh datang.. Roh Agong dalam gambar duit tu... he he he..

zetty: rahsianya? "GELANG laa..." (sambil tunjuk gelang kat tangan dengan muka bangga)..

nana: entah apa gila la penyepam ni. takdo maso aku nak layan.

13may: aku seru roh pak imam.. sebab tu la nombor tak kena.

---> kelat said...

hahaha... penah dengau jugak menda nih... tp, seyes... mmg x bani mau join... takot kena rasokkk... hihihi...

pstttt... salam kenal ye... kelat terjah2 ajer... huhuhu...

Azhan's said...

lawak sial!hahah=)

misz sabrina la ezora said...

suke la bce blog abg taiko ni,mmg sik gelak jer...lawak abis ni.abg taiko xteringin ke isi borang raja lawak...hehe