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I started a joke.......(stale joke)

Election is around the corner, its on the 8th next month.. the youngest candidate, as far I know, is only 26 yrs of age and the oldest is joke...89!!!.... She is a gutsy old lady from the East Malaysia, if I m not mistaken, ... and who knows, she might win some votes or 2 from the senior citizens of her age... I wonder what motivates her to stand as a candidate..I really wonder...

Let me tell an old joke, I m sure some have heard about it before..... It was during one election time .....

There was this elderly old chinese lady who was lining up for her turn to vote at one of the polling classrooms, she was really in deep deep thoughts, scratching her head, thinking of which party to put vote for .. Upon reaching her turn, she couldnt stand it any longer and turned to the man behind her.....and said, "Sin Sang, (Mister), who shall I vote for?" Before the man could answer, the policeman guarding at the door, put up his fingers and said , "Shhhhh..sssshhhh...." Immediately the old lady brightened up and chuckled to herself, mumbling...."Ah... I know, I know...shhhh...means rocket flying off....hou ah hou ah (good good) I know who to vote for...hehe hehe...."

(For those who doesnt understand, the rocket represents one of the opposition parties in Malaysia)


  1. really funny? sure? have u ever heard of it before?

  2. hmmm.....hmmm..... i smell rocket here.

  3. sshhhhhhh.....dont play play.... sensitive...

  4. hahha,kinda sacarstic though i feel the way the old lady expressed it...

  5. Yes, we all have our rights to vote and we know we can make a difference only when the winner shows his/her real skin during the following 5 years.....
    If the ex-ruling guys are not politically ripe, they will sit on the floor kicking sand and mud when they do not win that lucrative term to make more money....even though they have not done any good for the people, they don't care. They are only thinking it's their right to be voted....


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