Monday, July 30, 2007


I would expect intelligent comments from him. But alas, maybe our blue eyed boy got tongue tied, or maybe he was nervous and forgot all those academical words and phrases he used to write in his student days.

Maybe the reporters shoved their recorder a bit too close to his nose and that made him blurted out comments like a fool might say. (Hey, I don't know. I was not there).

Please la, if he thought, spurting out words like jungles and monkeys, made him sounds intelligent, I beg to differ. It would be more cool to say something like a simplistic being who eat and relief itself by way of passing nutrients through its single cell body, no brain amoeba wannabe. I can definitely accept comments like that.

But then again, I was not educated in a famous Uni. So I cannot comment on the quality of graduates it has produced. Or was it because he was orally challenged? Nope, I don't think so. I have listened to his speeches. Its good. I mean, seriously.

Come to think of it, of course it was good, since the audience was 99.99 % (the 0.01 % is yours truly la) behind him and clinged to his every spoken word with intermittent spirited shout of Hidup The One Who Cannot Be Named.

Bear in mind, this is the man, who, as the story goes, was the student who dared to ask a strong worded question to the Grand Old Man.

Well, I guess that was just an extreme promotion of this guy after all.

Being a graduate of a world famous Uni, if a reference to jungle's and monkey's is all the methapor he could come up with, then I feel our future is really, truly blurred.


Mr Hobo said...

living abroad has made u an angry person ka my friend?

A Babe Of Very Little Brain said...

he had to make himself understood by the ignoranus thus the monkey/jungle euphemism.

hey jungle people, we are happy people.

azwanhadzree said...

it's better than having no future at all :). a blurred future can still be cleaned

azwanhadzree said...

but we need to 'fix' the monkey first. anyone from the wild animal control department that's reading this?

Cosmic_GurL said...

Ala aper sgt la Oxford tu. I used to go out with a guy who graduated from Oxford, good friend of the Monkey (KJ) lagi. Turn out to be a lying SOB. Doesnt matter whre u graduated from, kalau dah penipu tu penipu jugak..

Ahem...sorry, ter"emo" kejap.

east43street said...

Your blog is turning political eh bro...? Will hit 5000 very soon.

mya said...

A-weema-weh A-weema-weh A-weema-weh
A-weema-weh A-weema-weh A-weema-weh

In the jungle, the mighty jungle the lion (monkey) sleeps tonight....

*Welcome to Malaysiafari, yop!!

de_merezo said...

Bro, I guess in his younger days he was TARZAN Lord of the jungle, but later his luck change when he met "JANE" and was offerred a scholarship to the famous "U" - Oxford....tu yang buat dia terkenang & use that analogi...agaknya kot...tarzan pakai songkok & kot....

The Winged Acrophobic said...

Ah ah ee eee, aa ah ee eee...

akula said...

Hobo dude: No lah, Just terbukak mata je.

Babe: Sure, sememangnya kita ni happy sokmo.

Azwan : Tu yang berkeris-keris tu.

CG: Touched your emo button yek.

E43St: La ye ke, tak perasan la. I thought I was writing about the social affairs of some political figures. Hahahah

MYA : Kakaak. Lawak bebenor tu.

de_merezo:Hahahah. Bro.. terbayang si tarzan hanya bercawat dengan songkok je.

WA: Apa la tu pulak?