Monday, February 27, 2006

You cannot be SERIOUS!

MAI SU LANG adj.,v.,n. (softer variant of kiasu) afraid of losing, do not want to concede defeat. pronouciation: MAI as in my, SU as in sue, LANG as in lung.

I cannot believe this! Johore State Forestry Department (SFD) also want to tan chiak (profit) from the Bigfoot hype. RM5 for an entry permit into the Johore's forest reserves under the pretext of bigfoot search! Read The Star: Only RM5 to join Bigfoot search.

Now Sisuahlai has some questions for SFD :-

(1) Is RM5 the standard charge for entering your forest? Say for recreational reason, i.e. not really interested in searching for Bigfoot as it is a mythical creature.

(2) Do you also charge RM5 for Toyol search in your forest? Shouldn't it be cheaper, as Toyol is a smaller creature and more difficult to find?

(3) If we caught Bigfoot alive, do we get our RM5 back?

(4) If someone shot Bigfoot, and accidentally killed it, would RM5 confer that person any immunity from prosecution if it turned out that it was indeed a human in a bigfoot suit?

(5) Does RM5 cover for medical expenses in the event of an unprovoked Bigfoot attack?

Sisuahlai. The Only Obsessive Non-believing Bigfoot Blogger.

Next tan chiak activity (or as someone puts it, pian chiak activity): RM5 for a diving search for Sarawak's Bujang Senang. Any takers?


Blogger Halian said...

If we caught Bigfoot alive, can we keep it?

February 26, 2006 1:47 PM  
Blogger Wuching said...

sisuahlai should start charging ppl 50 sen every time someone wants to read sisuahlai's post about Bigfoot oso!

February 26, 2006 3:19 PM  
Anonymous Vanquish said...

Damn powderful warning sign.Man! i dont wanna throw anything anymore after this. :)

February 26, 2006 3:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

'pian-chaik' is more like it.

February 26, 2006 4:24 PM  

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