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  • 1 asian4 // Mar 6, 2008 at 3:59 pm

    Signs to show that you are a Malaysian 80-s

    we grew up watching Transformers,
    Thundercats, Woody Woodpecker,
    Chipmunks, Mickey Mouse, Jem, Mask,
    Ninja Turtles, Voltron, Baja Hitam,
    Ultraman n not forgettin POWER RANGERS
    n BUGS BUNNY!!!

    had to brush our teeths during recess
    at primary school? had to hold plastic
    cups, line up with your classmates side
    by side and start brushing our teeths
    at some open area… or maybe near some

    do you still remember that we had
    ‘dentist’ rooms where we had to have
    teeths check?

    not to forget our ‘program minum susu’
    in primary school.. everybody is
    to buy like cartons of milk that
    costed 30 cents each.. and you would
    everyone drinking it everyday…its d
    UHT milk…

    the teachers who would want to punish
    us must use yellow rulers to hit us on
    our palms?? 1 metre length..

    that a bowl of mihun soup or some soup
    only costed 50 cents at the school

    went to some sundry shop near the
    school or to the ‘roti’ man waiting
    outside our schools so that we can buy
    junk food like chickedees, mamee, ding
    dang with some toys in it, ‘Ti Kam’,
    ice-cream and we would play games like
    monopoly, uno, old maid, and all other
    card games like that…

    another fun time would be during
    Pendidikan Jasmani. the boys would
    play football while the girls would
    play netball… and it would be like we
    were playing in the world cup…

    but of course. the best would be main
    guli, batu seremban, bottlecaps, ice-
    cream sticks, ‘Pepsi Cola one-two-
    three’, Cops and Robbers, main aci
    duduk,getah… and for the not so
    active, those kind of ‘book games’
    we would use buku latihan to draw and
    ask our friends to play… and also dot
    (titik) where its like conquering the
    other party’s dots? we use brains too
    rite :D

    do you remember the popsicles (ice-
    cream tubes) which are actually ice and
    colouring that are sold for 10 to 20
    cents.. the colourful ones.. where you
    usually bite off the top to glup it tastes b best..

    what about days when we felt like doing
    naughty things such as folding papers
    so small to make ‘lastik’ amd shoot
    each other… how about throwing

    back then, micheal jackson was just
    turning white.. and still had albums
    coming out.. compared to CD’s, we were
    listening to casette tapes that sold
    for RM9.90…

    in computer class, we were still using
    black and white computer moniters..
    played ‘Atari’… maybe SEGA or

    well, are we all getting older or what?

    1) if you understand what you have read
    and you are smiling…

    2) we have friends from school that are
    already married…

    3) we shake our heads everytime we
    see high school students fussing about
    their handphones in school..

    4) we don’t hang on phone with our
    friends for hours a day talking about

    5) when we meet back with our friends
    from time to time, we feel excited and
    happy talking about old times, the
    funny ‘adventures’ or stories that we
    experienced as a kid..

    6) last but not least, that when you
    read this, you would think of all the
    happy & sad memories that you have
    experienced when you were still a kid
    and would think of forwarding this to
    your old friends that you have known
    since forever… i’m sure they would
    have a huge smile on their face after
    reading this…..

  • 2 B.H. // Jun 20, 2008 at 6:48 am


    I have recently started a blog listing stuff Malaysian people like. I would most appreciate it if you could include my link in your blogroll.

    Thanks very much.

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