Spitting On The Wrong Side

Samyvellu appeared quite often in the news last few days. The things with M. Kayveas and PPP, then the demolition of Indian temple issue, and latest news from him, he said there will be no Deepavali open house this year. I guess he’s not that happy with his party’s big bro not stopping their meeting during Deepavali to show some respect to the Indian community. It’s ok, Uncle Samy.. let’s have a good time, hear some jokes first ya?? 🙂

“When Samy Value completed 25 years of his role as a politician over M’sia, he wanted a special postage stamp issued, with his picture on it. He insisted the stamp to be of international quality. When the stamps were duly released, he began hearing complaints that the stamp was not sticking properly, and become furious. He called the chief of the Secret Service and ordered him to investigate the matter. The chief checked the matter out at several post offices, and then reported on the problem to Samy Value.

He said: “Sir, the stamp is really of international quality. The problem is, our citizens are spitting on the wrong side!!”

Sekian terima kasih….

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6 Responses to “Spitting On The Wrong Side”

  1. kidpieces wrote on Nov 7, 2007 at 3:38 pm

    LOL! Full of sacarsm indeed, it’s very funny! Good of moral values behind this sacarstic story.

    P/S: ok, this one joke is not particularly made for Malaysian citizen. So no hard feelings 😛


  2. Anouhea Audiya wrote on Nov 7, 2007 at 4:28 pm

    … Where in da world you get such a stoly? Good work!


  3. bongkersz wrote on Nov 8, 2007 at 1:19 pm

    kidpieces : not many people appreciate sarcasm. most will equal sarcasm = insult haha!
    anouehea audiya : not mine, sourced it from my email inbox.


  4. bumilangit wrote on Nov 8, 2007 at 6:54 pm

    good one!

    bro, apa ko nak buat kalau ada setem gambar rafidah?


  5. bongkersz wrote on Nov 8, 2007 at 7:03 pm

    bumilangit : entah, takder idea bro. toilet paper? haha! hmm, rafidah is one capable minister, if not of her alleged corruption. but, to think again, if you have the power, will you help your own relatives and will that be considered corruption? cronyism and nepotism really not easy to eliminate.


  6. kidpieces wrote on Nov 9, 2007 at 2:33 pm

    True, nepotism is pretty much a trend when it comes to helping those who are close to us first.

    Kira kenang budi la. Budi baik dibalas baik 😛 isn’t that like the Karma thingy also?


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