A true-to-what-it-means-to-be-Malaysian story (disclainer: posted as received, grammatical errors not mine)


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Retired teacher, Mr. Wang and his wife plan for a far trip. They were afraid that if a thief broke into the house, the house would be maliciously damaged by rummaging through boxes and cabinets and could not find money, so he put one thousand ringgit on the table and left a note for the thief: Feel sorry! Thanks for your hard work! We are B40, we live on a little pension, and we don’t have any cash at home. You finally came here, I am afraid that you might wasted your time, so I set aside RM1000 for you as a working trip. *** If you wish to expand your harvest, the eighth floor opposite my house is the chairman of Petronas, the seventh floor is the general manager of Petonas, the sixth floor is the Minister of Finance, the fifth floor is the house of the former Minister of Defense, and the fourth floor is the UMNO Property Management Committee Office. They have plenty of cash and in case of theft, they will never report to police. I wish you a fruitful harvest!
A week later, when Mr. Wang came home, he found that there was 100,000 ringgits in cash and a note on the table: Thank you teacher for your teaching, it was a late meeting, this mission was successfully completed and the harvest was fruitful, so I left 100,000 ringgit to express my gratitude. Please continue to teach in the future and keep providing information. grateful! grateful!
Note: Can you tell me where does BossKu live? 🙏


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1 Response to A true-to-what-it-means-to-be-Malaysian story (disclainer: posted as received, grammatical errors not mine)

  1. E Lye says:

    Ha ha ha. Good one.

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