Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Rosmah, Oh Rosmah!

The Pm's wife, Rosmah Mansor, is not a popular figure by a long stretch.

Not, at least, to the ordinary Malaysians.

She has been called many names by many people.

To her critics who have accused her of living an extravagant life style at public expense, including the alleged possession of a collection of expensive Birkin bags and a multi million dollar diamond ring to rival the Kohinoor, the rotund Pm's wife merely nonchalantly retorted that she had been saving since young.

Many Bolehlanders find that seriously hard to believe.

So, maybe we detractors need a little reminder to ourselves to emulate her virtuous frugality in order to enjoy its glorious fruits later on in life:-


Never the happy choo choo train shall stop
That Bolehlanders who can't hop
But lament and razors strop
To stab and blob

A princess
Most Blessed 

The Sha Hidden 
Called on in haste, god 
To wrath and swath 
The critics froth

The choo choo and 
Its happy gravy trains 
Do you suppose 
Shall stop 

Just for you 
Who can't hop 
Only lament and froth? 

No, no, no 
The princess 
Most Blessed 
Must needs be  

On and Onwards 
Savings from childhood 
To delight and dazzle 
The frugality virtuous 
Entitles 

Ye, the envious 
The Ingrates 
Learn and practise 
Frugality - virtuous and bright 
That the choo choo 
May chug 
For ye, too 

What say ye, 
Sha Hidden 
God 
Wrath
Or swath? 

Update on the Rosmah controversy

2 comments:

  1. Princess? For an hippo ogre - hmmm..
    Been wishing her weight would bring the shopping - spree `Devil-in-disguise' crashing down with all her cronies and partners-in- Crime against the Good People of Malaysia..

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    1. Shakirin, thanks for stopping by. You said it! I didn't..! Haha. I do think, however, that there are many Malaysians who would agree with you. Just goes to show how unhappy the rakyat are about our "Princess"!

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