Friday, 24 July 2009
I found out about it a bit late though. Now I cant find bumblebee anywhere. Chamness. In KL, in Paka, all the stations have them sold out. aRGHHHHH.
Now only I know bumblebee is the 1st batch of toys came out. So im very very late oredi. Haihs. I even check the stations on the highway between KL n here.
I am a sad panda.
Who is having a bumblebee? Sell to me can ma? I offer sepuluh linggit.
Tuesday, 14 July 2009
Dead or alive, tribute or not, the ability to make people unite and do things beautifully, a rare ability - is just..... too dem admirable. Will we have more people who can inspire us, to ignore our differences, unite and work towards our collective goal of a better future and community?
I think if 5% of our "leaders" have that kind of mindset, the world is already a near perfect place to live in.
Sunday, 5 July 2009
Manohara: Kelantan prince files demand for RM1mil, her return
By SYED AZHAR
KOTA BARU: Tengku Temenggong Muhammad Fakhry Sultan Ismail Petra filed two applications at the Kelantan Syariah High and Lower courts here on Sunday demanding the return of nearly RM1mil from his wife Cik Puan Temenggong Manohara Odelia Pinot and her return.
In the affidavit filed by Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar and Abdul Halim Bahari on behalf of Tengku Muhammad Fakhry before Syariah High Court registrar Abu Bakar Abdullah Kutty, he claimed that before he married Manohara, she and her mother Daisy Farajina, had borrowed money from him totaling RM338,500 including a Swiss-made Audemars Piguet watch costing RM174,000.
Tengku Muhammad Fakhry also claimed that throughout their marriage from August 26 2008, Manohara or her mother had borrowed a further sum of RM634,250.
He said they understood the total of RM972,750 was a debt that had to be repaid.
He also said that, to date, the sum had yet to be settled and asked the court to order Manohara to pay the sum borrowed, costs and other relief deemed fit by the court.
At the lower Syariah court, Zainul Rijal and Abdul Halim also filed a summon on behalf of Tengku Muhammad Fakhry to demand the return of Manohara who had yet to come back to their client although an ultimatum to do so had been issued.
In his affidavit, he said that in the earlier stages of his marriage to Manohara, everything was blissful until Daisy started slandering him in the Indonesian media and that affected his relationship with Manohara.
He added that on May 31, 2009, while the couple was in Singapore keeping vigil on his father Sultan Ismail Petra Sultan Yahya Petra who was suffering from a heart ailment, Manohara left for Indonesia on her own accord.
He further said Manohara did not return to him and, in fact, had slandered him in the Indonesian media.
Tengku Muhammad Fakhry said Manohara’s action had tarnished his name and the Kelantan Royal Palace in the eyes of the Kelantanese subjects.
He claimed that that he issued an ultimatum to Manohara on June 26, through the local media, to return to his side and reconcile by Jul 2 and carry out her responsibility as a wife under the Syariah laws.
He added that Manohara was duly informed of the ultimatum via the media but she failed to comply and he asked the court to issue an order to reconcile or deem her to be nusyuz (recalcitrant).
He also claimed costs and other relief deemed fit by the court.
Tengku Muhammad Fakhry’s counsels also made an application for a notice of interlocutory at the Lower Syariah court to be served to Manohara via hand, Malaysian Embassy in Indonesia, advertisement in Indonesian newspapers or via post.
Abu Bakar who received the notice allowed the application.
The case is set for mention on Aug 2.
Actually those money he mentioned, whose money was it again?
I dont know whether this can be categorised as an "insult" or what. Its just a copy and paste, and a question.
Thursday, 2 July 2009
They feel the intense heat of competition (if there's any) for the attention from their husbands. They have heard stories of how Chinese gals breaking families apart and without any thought, they start to take defensive stance, and admit that they are indeed no match for the Chinese.
Malaysian men has always been in competition with their oversea counterparts. Angmohs especially, among the others. Yet we dont really cry foul. We have heard how useless Malaysian men are, of how unromantic they are, how uncaring, etc by the fairer sex. Yet we dont see huge protest from men on such words. Some do get upset, and uptight over it. But most just live with it, and some take such words as motivation to improve. Many choose to live with it because they know Malaysian men is not THAT bad. Its just slurs by those spoilt women. Unappreciative and overdemanding sorts.
Back to the local ladies/women.
While most might think its all about sex, sex and sex only, its wrong. Sure, sex is a very very important thing, but its not THE decisive thing. How many times have you been told you are not good enough? Those are not the "words of encouragement for you to improve" mind you. How many times have you heard - "Its the modern age, men and women are equal" but are still expected to do what a guy "supposed" to do? Even for sex, when "today no mood lah" become like everyday no mood lah, its quite consuming for the mind.
I think the competition from the Chinese nationals is not that great, if we are from 1-2 generation ago. When wive greet husbands, eating peacefully, having clean ironed clothes to wear, sharing of problems instead of bickering of problems - esp for the bills.
Malaysia is known for copying and pirated things. We tend to copy the culture of others. And bad habits are especially easy to copy. This so called modern woman culture, I dont understand why only the bad are being planted in us.