Last Saturday, I went to renew my car registration card and managed to claim the subsidy of RM625! Now the petrol price has dropped, so I can shop with Pak Lah's money. Those who claimed in earlier months could not celebrate & shop like me. Yay!
I saw this crazy man lying on the sofa inside the post office at Jalan Klang Lama. He was mumbling and rolling by himself while everyone watched. I was so brave to take my phone out and snapped his photos totaling over 20 shots! By nature, I consider myself as brave, daring and thick skinned which makes me a good salesman. I also made good TV appearances before as my face was very thick like your kitchen table.
He was gazing at his bill and hummed some out of tune melodies.
I seated behind him and he got up to sitting position. Phew! He stank and I bet he last showered a week ago.
He dived down again and sank like a Titanic. He rubbed his feet and scrapped off the dry flakes. I was barely 2 feet behind smelling his pong. Hail Mary!
He rose up again slapping his forehead and started yelling by himself. Many passers-by smiled at him. I guess he is an old celebrity along Jalan Klang Lama. Do you know him?
A fat young Indian lady sat behind him and he did not move his eye-balls away from her oversized boobs! Yeah, I am brave but didn't have the courage to snap her huge boobs to show you. I knew that she could easily give me big tight slaps! I was just 6 inches away. Who would dare?
At last, his number was paged and up he went to the counter. A frail old lady went up and begged him to allow her to pay her bills. He snatched her ticket number & asked the officer rudely whether he allowed her to jump queue. The officer nodded "NO" and this bastard told the old lady to get seated right away! Oh shit, I wanted to punch his face so badly. I had no balls, so I sat quietly like a mouse!
Later, I was told that it was written in Buddhism sutra books that some Buddhas and Bodhisatvas would always reincarnate as sick animals, handicapped humans or even a crazy man! Their intention is to test the patience and wisdom of fellow human beings. I was surprised to hear that. I am glad I sat down quietly like a mouse.