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Seven Wonders Of Malaysia


Received this in my email, since I got nothing to crap lately might as well post this haha! No idea who wrote this in the1st place. If you know, please tell me so I can acknowledge the writer properly 🙂

SEVEN WONDERS OF MALAYSIA

Organisers have recently announced that they have elected the seven new wonders of the world. The finalists include Great Wall of China and Taj Mahal. Not to be outdone here in Bolehland, our Prime Minister follows up with an announcement of our very own 7 wonders.

1. THE ZAKARIA ‘PALACE’

The only building built with no approval and unpaid assessment fees that is not demolished and sealed. The owner is the first bankrupt to be able to own a palace.

2. THE ‘BOCOR’ PARLIAMENT

The unique feature is its ability to ‘leak’ away billions of taxpayers money while the guardians of the nation stood there all wet.

3. ‘UNHAUNTED’ KUCHING PRISON

The only $600M prison in this world that is free of haunted stories and encounters. Reasons No execution was done here before. In fact no prisoners were held in here. There are also no concrete walls with barbed wires to contain souls – both dead and alive. Maybe it can qualify as the first imaginary prison built with real money.

4. PAYA INDAH ‘WASTED’ WETLANDS

The nation’s premier eco-tourism park holds the record in the category of attracting more lawyers with litigation than tourists with binoculars.

5. ‘NOT SO’ SMART TUNNEL

Uniquely design to alleviate floods. When completed, it does everything except alleviate floods.

6. ‘DISCONNECTED’ CYBERJAYA

The one and only high tech city in the world that offers limited or no internet connection to its residents.

7. CROOKED ‘CROOKED’ BRIDGE

The most crooked bridge in the world dreamt by the most crooked person in the world. Too bad it was abandoned; otherwise it will make it as one of the wonders.

There are other entries that make the writer ‘wondering’, but fall short to qualify as one of seven wonders in the writer’s mind. An extra:

‘ABSCONDING’ BRICKENDONBURY FACILITY

Extremely well-planned facility to prepare young athletes for the Summer Olympics in a winter country. Too bad it is located overseas, thus automatically disqualifying it as one of Bolehland’s wonders.

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2 Responses to “Seven Wonders Of Malaysia”

  1. nono wrote on Nov 5, 2007 at 8:26 pm

    Hahha.. tetak jak la. sik tauk nak kata apa.. or may be… “awesome!”

    *nuts*

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  2. clementwong wrote on Nov 5, 2007 at 8:33 pm

    wad bridge?

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