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I’m going to start off by swearing and cursing and dissing the Chinese in Malaysia.
D*mn you! F*ck you! Eat shite you! Go shove a durian up your bloody arse!
You guys are the bane/headache/curse/nightmare of party planners! I’m not going to apologise for all the expletives directed at you!
Allow me to narrow my definition of “Chinese” for the purpose of this article. As of now until the end of this article only, “Chinese” will refer to people (mostly of the Chinese ethnicity) who studied in Chinese primary school e.g. SRJK (C), who then studied in national type secondary school e.g. those of SM Abu Bakar, SM Taman Mantap and the like OR Chinese based secondary school e.g. those of SM Yoke Heng, SM Tiong Hua and the like.
“They” generally speak Madarin and broken English with various degree of pariah-ness. Then “they” tease those who can’t speak Madarin. And the weirdest/ludicrous/imbecilic bit is that “they” scoff at those who speak good English. Let me shove a little humility up “your” ignorant ass. Those who can’t speak Mandarin, can’t speak Mandarin because they didn’t have the opportunity to learn Mandarin at school. “You”, on the other hand, had been learning English since year 3, and you still cannot utter a coherent sentence in English. And “you” don’t even care to take the effort to improve “yourselves”.
What’s my problem, you ask me.
Well, some of my friends belong to this category. But not all of them are like what I described. Sometimes, their behaviours/antics are irritating because I can’t read their minds. So I just shrug it off as individual differences and continue to buat lawak bodoh. But “they” sometimes exhibit small, niggling behaviors that seriously piss me off. Read: SERIOUSLY PISS ME OFF!
One such antic is that “they” don’t reply to invitations. Or worse, “they” reply with f*cked up answers like ‘see how lah (看下先)’, ‘I should be free gua’, ‘see who are coming first’, ‘if he come, I come’. What the f*cking h*ll are these god d*mn replies?! [You guys don’t understand what does “RSVP” mean is it?!] “You” think the door is always open for “you” after I invited “you”?! “You” think “you” feel like coming, then “you” come; don’t feel like coming, then “you” don’t come. Or are “you” waiting for better options, then go to the one with more fun. In the mean time, “you” tell me ‘see how lah’ just in case “you” have no other plans. “You” are taking it for granted, selfish little bastards!
Is it too difficult to give a simple and direct reply e.g. ‘OK I’ll come’, ‘I can’t confirm now, let you know on xxxxxx’, ‘sorry, can’t make it’. ‘See how lah (看下先)’ has got to be the most-most-most-most-most-most-most-most-most f*ck up reply. I abso-f*cking-lutely hate/repulse/detest/abhor/loathe/despise it. And I abso-f*cking-lutely hate/repulse/detest/abhor/loathe/despise the person who says it. People who say it all the time are inconsiderate, irresponsible and manipulative.
P.S. I’ve graciously and painstakingly included links to dictionary.com onto words that I *know is beyond “your” comprehension. Click on those words and learn ’em up. I should probably come up with a Mandarin translation too, in case “you” just can’t understand this article.