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Tuesday, December 02, 2008

No airing of dirty laundry anymore

Since there are no guidelines Adam does his laundry in the river. Eco friendly detergents of course:-)

It could only happen in Malaysia I suppose. It took our Deputy Prime Minister to announce that from 2009 residents of multi-level residences will not be allowed to dry their clothes in the open “where the whole world can see......"

Maybe our DPM has too much free time on his hands. Maybe the minister of local housing is too blur for this job even. Maybe the DPM is fed up with all this airing of dirty laundry by p0litical parties, geriatric ex-ministers and bloggers that he decided to make a grand symbolic gesture. Who knows!

According to The Star story....

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said a guideline should be in place so that developers would be made responsible for preparing a special area or the proper facilities in its properties for drying clothes.

As usual la. Shoot first. Then go and place the target.

If there is no guideline in place yet what is the point of the announcement? Or for that matter, if the DPM would come down from his Kenny Hills, Damansara Heights or UK Heights homes and visit a typical Malaysian "multi-level residence" (I wonder who gave him that imagnative description) he would know that drying clothes in the open “where the whole world can see” is a necessity given the approved designs of many of Malaysia's "multi-level" residences. If don't hang out the window then hang where Yang Berhormat??? Not all of us can afford to buy electric clothes dryers you know. And weren't you one of those smart-ass fuckers who told us to change our lifestyle and tighten our belts? So now you're telling us to spend more on equipment and electricity issit? What the fuck la? Make up your mind la dei!!! Or at least stop sounding stupid can ah? Prime Minister in waiting somemore.

But I will say one thing about this man who wants to be our Prime Minister. He is optimistic. Listen to this...

“For the time being, it is more on making the moral switch. If it does not work, then we have to consider amending existing laws,” he said, adding a circular would be issued by the ministry next year to inform local authorities of the decision.

He is expecting people to make a 'moral switch'??? That is optimism indeed. Malaysians can't even make a moral switch to keep their toilets clean. And they are going to do this? Yeah YB, you the man!!

Just to put a knot in the clothesline he ended by saying...

".....it would be the duty of local authorities and the Commissioner of Buildings to inform developers and managements of flats, apartments and condominiums to see to it that the guideline was followed."


Guideline??? What guideline???

Hiyah! Wait la rakyat. We'll come out with one. Eventually. Wait ah...I got a submarine sale to go to. Later brudders!!!

NIAMAH!!!

42 comments:

Anonymous said...

Because hanging the underwear outside is "pantang" for the BN govt in the coming election! So they have to take up this measure to avoid "soey"!!

Really pity those who can't afford landed property... now have to fork out money to buy a drying machine!

Truly Niamah!

june said...

Not too long ago, opening ceremony for public toilets.
Now, laundry business.... the DPM of Boleh-Land got no other more important business ....

Niamah!!

Anonymous said...

aha, all is not lost eh?

Anonymous said...

Seem like our next PM really free until nothing to do.


DOes he knew the economic tsunami already landed in Bolehland?

Does he know,thousand of worker sare going to retrench after CNY ..especially in Penang??

oh..i ;m sorry.
how can u expect a perosn who never short of money since he born to understand the real meaning of
$$$ no enough??

sorry ..ah...
put too high expectation.

Anonymous said...

ha ha ha ha ha

La Cha Mau said...

Who says those with landed property are not affected. The DPM mentioned "multi-level residences" and there's many bungalows and detached houses nowadays with three or more stories. You think these owners got money to buy clothes dryers. Uh-uh! i think they rather join Da Man here in stocking up with extra thick condoms and big firecrackers so that they can go enjoy foreign backsides and then play big bangs.

Anonymous said...

Tell this GNU, F$%^ him lah, He got 500 millions commission can buy many dryer even can buy dryer to dry Rosmah c*&T. Idiots moron.

artchan said...

very simple..all high rise building will be mandatory to have laundrette with dryers (of course) and all laundrettes nationwide will be given to a company formed by as usual UMNO cronies. And machines must be also bought through an umno company (remember EPF computer scheme?)

have a good day

Anonymous said...

tq pat, i have to invest in 'drying boxes' in china soon !!
btw, the dpm has many places to stay ah !? those bunga-lows sure got space to hang his (& her) undies lah = no problems for him what !!

Anonymous said...

He can say all he wants la, put out all the guidelines he want la; majority of mgt companies dont even follow the law la dei; you know the hastily conceived law called "Building and Common Property (Maintenance and Management) Act 2007. Aiyah, dont kid ourselves la. Anyway, normal la, Malaysia is champion to come out with great ideas, schemes etc. Problem is always in the implementation and enforcement...give up la. Toooo late oredi, gone to the dogs long time ago.

amoker said...

I would expect my Finance minister and DPM to talk about the economy and spend time REALLY THINKING about their strategy. Instead, he jaga tepi kain orang. Ong Kah Chuan is the lameduck minister.

Anonymous said...

lol! reminds me of the ketua in my NS camp, told us girls to not dry our undergarments outside along with our clothes, something abt it being an eyesore, seeing someone's red bra.. and we werent allowed to dry our clothes in the dorm. or in the toilet...

so... we hung them in our lockers for a day ..didnt dry.. got fed up with the idiot, and hung them outside again.

Anonymous said...

Ayone realise that one famous academician's PHD thesis was on how many sarong you see in a Malay household indicates how rich they are? So it means if you wanna show off, pls hang all your dirty sarongs outside, the more the better.

Melvyn said...

I agree with your comments absolutely. We do not have people with first class mentality leading this nation.

Anonymous said...

Love the part where "developers would be made responsible for preparing a special area or the proper facilities in its properties for drying clothes."

This will be great for all the knicker thieves and perverts, and those who want to steal peoples unmentionables :-)

ipohMali said...

i think the PM to be is just too free and has nothing more important to take care.. opps.. it should be has nothing he know how to take care except toilet and laundry.. ohhh and also rob the rakyat from petrol price.

Anonymous said...

I know la,another way to make more big bucks

Anonymous said...

What is Najib's "Blue Ocean Strategy' for Malaysia?

Anonymous said...

This is damn stupid! Don't they have anything better to do than to tell residents not to hang their clothes from their balcony. EH...its their balcony..they wan to do wat let them do la....why must that idiot butt in and make such a stupid comment. Make him look dumb only. Macam la the fler very civilised.

Its people/goons like this that make our country the laughing stock of the entire universe.

Anonymous said...

Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

Niamah!!!

- Collateral Damage -

Juanito said...

Uncle Pat,

Greetings... Beh tahan after reading ur post... Wanna laugh also kenot, wanna cry also kenot...

Anonymous said...

good idea actually..but the government must work with the developers to supply the necessary budget@equipment to already developed flats@apartments..im too lazy to install anything..even to pick up my pants which dropped from the 12th floor..think it will rot somehow..

Anonymous said...

TNS says....Such is his intellect. What else can one say?

Anonymous said...

Stupid bugger, doesn't he know that even in a much more advanced city like HongKong, people too hang their clothing outside their flats.
Real moron.

Anonymous said...

Can our DPM please look at the parking condition at most of the apartments and condos 1st before implementing this. It needs more attention. Most of the apartments and condos only give 1 car park to 1 unit and nowadays a family owns minimum 2 cars. So those with more than 1 car have no choice but to park by the roadside. Why don't they come out with a rule for all the developers to provide enough car park 1st.

Anonymous said...

you really like this fler eh???

gives you plenty of good material!!!

what would you do without him???

Vernette said...

the great minds of the Malaysian leaders -- loads and loads of bollocks!! and... erm... they simply have too much time scratching their balls...

Anonymous said...

Moral??? His definition of moral... erm sorry, it doesn't happen in poor ppl's houses!!

Anonymous said...

Best finance minister in the world; another malaysia first!

Anonymous said...

Patrick

Will you ever compile your articles into a book for sale?

It will be a best-seller.
(If you also include your readers' comment, of course!).

Paddy said...

Its called a Body Corporate, but in Malaysia, people fail to understand the need for such structure, people are just too ah pek and kampung to understand why such rules should be imposed, sigh

Lao' Cha said...

That guy is always minding other people's garment until he blew one up and is now forever apprehensive whenever he see bodyless apparel fluttering in the wind.

You can say 'what got blown around, comes around.'

That's the PM in haunting for you.

Anonymous said...

OK, I have a small apartment as I'm not a big earner unlike some. Believe you me this small space of mine do not have much room to dry the laundry, so we have to make do with whatever space that is avail. My only resolution to this predicament would be to invite our dear PM in waiting to stay at my humble abode for a week or two and try drying his huge underwear without being seen.

Apart from that and to our dear PM in waiting, I hereby wish to quote a line from my fave actor, Jack Nicholson..."Sell crazy someplace else, we're all stocked up here!"

Obi Wan Kentucky

K L said...

For those living in landed properties, they are required to build 8 ft tall solid perimeter fencing to shield all ugly sights.

For those who live in high rise apartments, sorry that you have to send your dirty clothes to the designated and approved Najib Laundry Services located at your ground floor !

Tulan Rakyat said...

Kani lau bu eh chow chi bai !!!!

I cannot believe that this chi bai kia will be our next prime minister. What a huge fucking disgrace it will be to the whole wide world !!!

Really niamah eh chow chi bai !!!

Anonymous said...

Paddy said...
"Its called a Body Corporate, but in Malaysia, people fail to understand the need for such structure, people are just too ah pek and kampung to understand why such rules should be imposed, sigh"



Paddy,

Are you the real Paddy from Ireland? Do you know how many percent of Malaysian population grows up in kampung living with their so called Ah Pek / Ah Soh parents / grandparents who grew up in Kampung too??? Do you know that less than a decade ago, when it's Hari Raya/CNY, KL used to be empty? and that that is because most of the KL residents have balik kampung??

I really hope that you're the real Paddy...

Anonymous said...

Oh I see .... now I only realise our PM-in-waiting is so free, got nothing more important to think and do??

Our pockets are empty and many of our stomachs are hungry but our PM-in-waiting is only thinking of how to make the balconies of our apartments look tidy and beautiful?? Sigh ....

OnlyOne CannotBe said...

Yeah, let's re-kickstart that scheme where all hi-rise building tenants are forced to use the monopolised cloth-drying service available at the ground floor! Competition not welcome, thank you!

anti-illuminati said...

This Najis never cease to amuse me !!.. I have only one word for him "shit".

Anonymous said...

Why can't ministers use their time more productively??!!! It ain't cheap to buy a washer and dryer!!!! As it is, people who stay in such properties are not rich!!! Does he think that everyone can buy a washer and dryer as easily as he does???!!!! Ministers in the current government especially those at the helm are really getting more nuts by the day. Simply pluck a topic out of thin air and decide to make a law on it. I can't help but feel that we have a bunch of dodos leadng the nation. Why do we even allow that???? Better pray hard for these people to use their brains for the betterment of the rakyat.

Anonymous said...

Aiya ! see ...he makes ppl forget
about the mongolian beauty lah ,
smart ah !?

Anonymous said...

look at zorro's pictures : his son lost to nxxxxx's son lah !!

Nuffnang