Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Photographic Beauties

A photo for your album




Hi Aisha, may I know which one is you?

21 comments:

Kenny Ng said...

LOL... they should put number on each one.

Helen said...

Black is the 'in' colour this season eh?

O2Deprivation said...

Make sure you don't lost your wife there, it is pretty difficult to identify the right person through the eye.

bayi said...

Maverick

I have the follow-up scene to this photo. It's hilarious. Please give me an e-mail address to send the photo to you. My address is bayiyap@hotmail.com.

I think you can post the second photo below this and have a good laugh. *LOL*

Anonymous said...

dr yeoh,

i don't think this is funny at all ...

your student

lucia said...

yeah i agree with anonymous. i don't think this is funny too.

i had actually made a comment several hours ago but i don't know why it didn't appeared. maybe i didn't realise i type the word verification wrong. well what i said was...

actually i don't find this picture funny at all. this kind of dressing is their country's dressing... their tradition/culture, so we shouldn't laugh at other people's culture. well as long as the women in the pictures knows where they are, doesn't matter if we don't!

Maverick SM said...

Hi Lucia and anonymous students,

You can now see the reactions!!!

This picture depicts a group of people who wanted to snap a picture of themselves for records in their album. It isn't about religion or culture or race. It is about photographic ingenuity and serving it's purpose. It goes to show how narrow minded Malaysians are and that everything that gets into their mind is been filtered through a wicked eye.

karen Q said...

lolz~~ hahahha

i was asking this question to my fren too while i saw them taking group photo in sunway lagoon~

haha.wat for to take photo huh?

O2Deprivation said...

As I have commented in politics101's blog, for the Takaful's case:

We are a very forgiving society. I think we should let Fauzi carry on with his life, since he has apologised. Some commented Fauzi did not show his remorse over that incident even though he has apologised. For me, he might not feel remorseful since he “might” still uphold his decision but at least he knows he has made a mistake of asking the rest to follow what he believes. This is good enough in a multi-racial society, we all have our own opinion, we just need to be a little bit more sensitive and we do not force others to adopt our belief.

bayi said...

O2Deprivation

Do you think Fauzi realise his mistake or was he forced by his company (under pressure from the public) to "acknowledge" his mistake?

O2Deprivation said...

The debate will just go on and on. Was it politically driven? Was it academically driven? Or was it self-driven?

It is considered a great step, comparing to the response we received from SIL on his malicious comment, which has been "mis-interpreted". Anyway, we are always very forgiving, just like MCA and MIC.

bayi said...

We are very forgiving but it's becoming a very, very disturbing trend. Including the way we forgive (and not forget).

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