Kampung Mali!

My hatred towards girls sometimes becomes overwhelming that if given a chance, I might kill some of them. Ah, no, perhaps my previous sentence seems to be more of a over-reaction. Let me rephrase then, some of the girls in this world sometimes makes me react like a total bastard. Whenever we see this type of girls, I know I would have to write something about them. But what exactly am I talking about here? What species of girls am I talking about here?

This special breed of girls is common amongst all the races. But it had never bothered me when they don’t share the same skin color, do they? So, thus the topic is Indians girl with an extraordinary skill in acting. Please, this is not the acting in movies I’m talking about here, it’s for real.

You would walk by pass this girls who seems to be talking Tamil far out. And the nearer you get, quickly their conversation will evolve into English. And the nearer I get to them; they would try to talk English. Summarizing it, they would prefer to talk English in front of another Indian guy.

I do not want to get fucked by some of my girlfriends for things that I’m going to say about their fellow species. But then, please understand that this is merely a point of view regarding some girls out there. I’ve heard countless complaints from my friends saying that girls tend to have the habit of showing off when confronted by the opposite sex.

Where can we find these types of girls? Anywhere. But most importantly, their quick history check reveals that 90% of these girls came from out of city and ventured into city for job or education. While studying or working in ‘city’, these girls get accustomed with the life of city girls. So, kampung girls will try to be city girl .We call them city girl wannabes.

What do they need for that? First, English. With badly broken English, they will try to speak English. Yes, it is a learning process. How are you going to learn if you don’t speak? But why do you have to speak whenever you’re in front of the crowd only? Why are you not talking with your own city girl’s wannabe? With a fucked up make up in an attempt to brush out that village look, you will try to generate some sentence in English and impress us who is sitting nearby you. All right, maybe not to impress us, but so that we will show some attention. A few example of sentence:

‘Hello, I also know English.’
‘We go to market yesterday, there ah…’
‘Life is sucks’
‘Yea,yea,i happy like tat’
‘Assignment he copy me’
‘I know he like me, but he don’t say’

Wtf? He doesn’t say what? Why on earth you need to struggle with these kinds of words? If you’re trying to learn, we don’t expect you to use the word suck. Suck my dick? Listen, either you talk among your friends slowly, or continue talking our beautiful mother tongue. You’re not going to portray your confidence just by speaking out loud words that you yourself do not know what the meaning is.

Touching about the make up that you wear, oh please. I personally do not like heavy make up on girls because it tends to make them look more like a slut .And please do not try to screw me for my previous sentence, because let me stress again that I said it is my personal view. I like natural beauties because it’s kind of stimulates Kama sutra mood for me.:-D

These girls usually wear heavy make up and will try to look as modern as possible. Rebonding is done for their hair and it’s as soft as a silk. Impressive. And then they go to clubs. They get so excited about it that they end up getting fucked after a few trips to the club. I know none of you girls would be reading this, but it’s just a public message so that we could educate these wannabes not to act just because they saw Indian guy anywhere.

Guys are no exception to this anyway. We have these fuckers among ourselves too. But if I write about them, maybe it’s not going to be an interesting read. I would like to ask you girl’s one thing however: After all the thousand of clips and hair pins that is available in this world, why do you have to leave some of your hairs in front? And thousands of times you would be combing using your hand pushing a few strands of hair .It will be slide down behind your ears. And half a minute later, it will be back in the front. You see, it looks good if Trisha does that. But for you? I rest my case here and let you do the rest of thinking. I believe I missed out quite lot of points, but I’m in no mood to write about this village thingy.

But wait, what if:

Another Indian online see this post and jump out with a comment.

“Hey, fucka, don’t forget you’re from village too and your parents are too last time. Don forget ur history.ur a traitor to Indian community.”

Before further accusations and allegation is made that I’m linked with Sri Lankan Tamil Tiger terrorist, allow me to say I’m not questioning the history of the Indians in this post. It’s entirely different. Smart people will understand it rather easily. But some who is dumb don’t. I guess I would just have to live with it.

But readers, I’m sure you had experience of seeing this type of girls before. Share it.Allah Malik.


22 comments to Kampung Mali!

  • lizard

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    The first requirement to be a city gal – Hair straightening or rebonding as said by admin.Awek selepet pun jadi macam nattu sarake!!All because of culture shock !!Wanna be so called happening but end up becoming tevediyas!!!

    Whats up doc??

  • sheila

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    Hi..yoo makkal
    Allow me post a few comments.Yup true as a women myself i do agree on all the above.They need to take some english vocab from me 1st and i need to master the tamil language from them. Its a tit for tat! I be frank as my tamil mother tongue needs to be polished but english vocab am a champ.(cant mess around with me-to all gals out ther)
    On hair issue i dont fall in all the category above as my hair is short(never had long hair).Am happy with the way i look and talk. As long as i know my boundaries.Hey guys am just giving my opinion and views.
    fyi-am a convent gurl and english educated and those days tamil subject was never taught in my school.So i guess you guys can guess my age now ..heppy reading.(a penny for your tots!!)

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    Let me try to guess your age then : 30’s ke? :D

  • sheila

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    wow..u make me blush wit excitement..hmmmm..bro..give u another 2 guesses…!!waitinggg

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    Salah pulak..Erm..

    Guess 2: 28
    Guess 3: 32

    Confirm strike la this time

  • sheila

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    yoh bro..enah bro!!
    you still make me blush!! tq for making me sound young..7th heaven lol..well..gave u 3 chance dats it bro..
    No one can ever guess my age..still have my youth in me..never goes away..
    btw..age is just a number dear…its just the mind dat matters most.wat say u? i know im mch older tham most of you guys but does not matter to me..does it to you?..just regard me as an older makkal sis..leave my footsteps…am sincere genuine person and a bit matured for younger generation but i get along well wit younger versions both female and male…have my own uniqueness like you too…
    never strike its okey..you tried and u never gave up..thumbs up to you!! Better to try guessing than never try at all..rite..

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    All i say is:

    Ena kodumeh sheila ithe…:D

  • sheila

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    bro-kodumeh ella..tq for guessing bro..(take ur time guessing)perencheneh ella..sory my tamil bit broken doii…mst improve frm the rest like you..

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    good post durai… i do agree with part of ur article and just wanna share my point of view bout it… about talking in tamil yes i do agree with u,a lot indians gals especially from kl avoid tamil conversation in their daily life and its not only happen in front of guys, even with their indian girl frens they prefer english than tamil and i havent come across the reason behind it… as a one of tamil educated gal i really miss speaking in tamil in kl and i always look for someone to talk in tamil which is impossible in kl now days… the only time that i can talk in tamil is when my family members or my hometown frens calls me… and bout talking in english in front of indian guys, im not really agree with u that we r pretending to talk in english coz sometimes we have no choice. like when a chinese or malay call n talk 2 u in english, will u talk in tamil just bcoz u r surrounded by indians guys?? no rite… my 2nd point is about rebonding… we are not rebonding our hair just to go clubbing n get ****… rebonding is the easiest way to maintain our hair neatly… most of us doesnt encounter probs in having long or frizzy hairs back in home… coz we know our amma will take care of it 4 us (this one maybe sound manja), but its not same when we r away from home and we have to find the easiest way to maintain it neatly to look presentable… About the make up thingy, hmmm im 200% agree with u, we gals look fake with heavy make up… lastly i wanna share something bout guys mentality in gals being frenly… Durai, its not bout ur article. its maybe out of ur topic but i just wanna share with u all. its about something that i encountered in public places quiet no of times… before i go for that, just wanna share my nature… i love 2 smile and i smile 2 evertyone even to strangers…very seldom i will be on blank face… wat i encountered was, when i smile to an indian guy or reply their smile in public places i will get name of “cheap gal” and if i didnt response to their smile i will get the name of “sombong”…. Up to 2day i never encounter this with chinese, malays and even foreigners. When i smile to them i always get frenly smile from them… But never with indians… Guys out there, tell us wat we should do when we face an indian guy, be frenly and smile or be rude and not smile to them???
    fyi: im not from village…from 2nd biggest city in m’sia

  • Lizard

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    Malar , ningge nallavanggela ? ille kettevenggela?
    found truth in malar words. not all gals are the same .
    Anyway malar , you can talk tamil to admin and me. But in few months you will encounter that you are speaking new kind of tamil words that you never counter before.
    i can assure you that!!!!!
    Jikkanggo Chenggo!!

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    Malar:
    In case you were intimidated because of this post about girls, I would say that this post by no mean is intended for general public interest. Almost all my post had been like that.It is focused on certain group of people in our society. So, take it easy. :D

    Regarding the “cheap girl” thingy, that is more of a common and I have to agree with you. It’s a general misconception that people who smile becomes cheap in an instant. But do we have to really care about this people? What you’re doing displays you at your best. Why bother about uneducated idiots who thinks smiling is cheap?

    We don’t live for others.

    Lizard:
    Please do not include me as your partner in crime . Yanda admin solli yen pereh konjem nareh adikiringge? :D

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    @Durai

    Gotta agree with you. I too, have encountered a group of indian girls talking loudly in English, especially when there are many people surrounding them, such as in Thaipusam or during a journey in a train. It’s not the matter of them talking in English, but what matters is that what kind of subjects they talk, their words, their slangs, and so forth! It’s freaking irritating to see these kind of freaks in public! Arghhh!

    @Malar Arasi

    It is true that when a girl smiles back at guys, either the guy would think the girl is friendly or he’ll think the girl is ‘cheap’ and they would insist on ‘line poduran’! My advice would be, only smile on how you perceive a guy’s appearance and his gesture! If you see a guy wearing those usual ‘black-yellow-striped-shirt’, with some silver chains, hairstyle ‘korek-tepi’ and smoking and if you happened to smile at him, well, that would be a bad idea!

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    Quote from Makkez comment :

    “‘black-yellow-striped-shirt’, with some silver chains, hairstyle ‘korek-tepi’ and smoking and if you happened to smile at him, well, that would be a bad idea! ”

    Lol. I would agree with that. Malar, take note. :D

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    hmmm wat with black-yellow-striped-shirt???

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  • Charles

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    You sould be typing this in tamil… LOL

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    Mr. Charles, Unfortunately this blog is in English. Sarcastic?

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  • Raj

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    Well said bro. I also prefer Indian gurls to apply a very thin make up or none at all. Natural beauty always better. Indians gurls are only species can change color in crowd. What i mean here is, they apply heavy make up such that their color appear to be greyish. I’m not against Indian gurls, but some of their acts just pissed me off. I know my English is bad and sorry for that.

  • mel

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    LOL, once at an interview in KL, i was waiting with a bunch of Indian girls : who is trying so hard .. u know what i mean .. haha , so there were ample of indian guys working there, so one of the ‘ratu menggedik’ said , ” WOW, SO MANY INDIANS BOYS!” ahahah IndianS boys ?? LOL .. for real …?

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