Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Chap Goh Meh: The Reason Why You Should Vote Barisan

Chap Goh Meh (CGM) is the last day of the Chinese New Year celebration. It is the fifteenth day of CNY.

Here in BolehLand, in some states like Penang and, to a lesser extent Malacca, even here in Petaling Jaya, CGM is celebrated more like the Chinese Valentine's Day.

In the Pearl of The Orient, hopeful damsels throw kam (Mandarin oranges) into the sea to catch a future life partner.

It is eminent good fun, though spoilsport Pas is up in arms with the decadent tradition, blaming the Christian devil Valentine of course.

But let's ignore Pas and toss them kam instead.

However, to the rounded yellow one (Ng Yen Yen in Chinese), CGM is all about celebrating Barisan and the reason eminent for a bigger CGM do next year.

That's what Barisan and Ah Jib Kor's administration are good at, a bigger do for a better loo?

Yes, Barisan is leaking.

Yes Yes Yes!

But No No No!

Yen Yen, rounded or not, CGM is about tradition, not engaging in horse play.

Horse play is Psy's to do.

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