Thursday, February 13, 2014

Should We Offer A Monetary Award To Anyone Who Would Kick Zahid's Butt?

The man in charge of Home who had wanted Bolehlanders who were not happy with the Malaysian electoral system to pack up and leave the country, has now placed his butt to be kicked!

And what a butt to kick at! No other butt so deserves to be given the hind treatment as would appear to be his.

Maybe someone should offer a monetary incentive to anyone who would do the rear favour and show proof of it.

That will go a considerable way to show that the Home minister was right to say that offering money to anyone who would slap MP Teresa Kok's face and show proof of it, does not deserve police attention because that did not constitute a threat.

Well, I don't see any difference here between face and butt.

In fact, the butt is constitutionally well placed for just the soccer exercise.

And Zahid may well benefit from a ministerial reminder to the hind.

And we long suffering Bolehlanders a respite from the dreariness of everyday life to see some poetic justice meted to the deserving.

Not those who rightly lampoon get hauled up speedy Gonzales while those who incite violence get away scot-free to do more mischief.

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    1. The way things are happening here in Bolehland, it seems that some butts may need to be kicked to restore sanity to people's lives. Haha..

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