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    Someone Molest Me

    I thought I can bring home memoir full of surprises after my weekend trip to KL (that's Kuala Lumpur to you!). Unfortunately, not at all!

    The citizens of Kuala Lumpur really were disappointing much and believe it or not, I felt threatened during my stay there. That's right.

    Thank god, I'm back in full pieces from Genting-KL and happily blogging about my trip!

    Good afternoon to all my Malaysian friends out there. I have no intention of discrimination in any way between Malaysia and Singapore. Afterall, this is a blog. It's where we share our life experiences with everyone. So there you go.

    Have you ever been in a life threatening situation whereby you've been treated with contempt while you're out on holiday with your friends (in this case, KL!)? I didn't face such an occasion in my country (and even in Genting Highland before!) until I'm at Malaysia's wonderous capital.

    I JUST DID! It was so hard to be in a position where you don't have adults right beside you and protect you. Worse, if you are in a lawless country full of dangerous people/criminals who aren't afraid of police officers everywhere! Am I wrong to say this?

    Why do people feel the need to insult each other? That's what I want to know. Every minutes and every seconds, there were people who have the nerves to call me "Ayam!", "Puki! (Female genital in english)", Lu Bo Lanchiao La You!", "Bakla! (Tagalog term for Gay!) directly on my face! God must be crazy! I didn't know the citizens were very opinionated too! And I haven't start with the way people stares at you. It was soo creepy. Shopowners even molest me, alright. I wondered if this is their way of calling customers to buy/browse their things! A man molesting a man! Who would have thought, eh?

    The scariest of them all was when a group of "Mat Rempits" came out of nowhere and stopped infront of the dark one-lane roadside where we were at. We thought the one-lane road lead us to our Renaissance Hotel. Only to find out, it's a dead end! Imagine you were in our place! What will you do?

    On a side note, I didn't enjoy my stay in KL as much as I did when I was in Genting. The people made me so paranoid that I had to be self-concious with myself everytime. Damn. The bar/club wasn't that exciting too!

    I was at Puduraya at that point of time and to be honest, I'm concern with Malaysia's health!
    What do you have to say about this?

    This is KUALA LUMPUR to you!

    >>CLICK CLICK!<<

    BYE BITCH! =)

    Posted on 3/17/2009