"Flash your titties on your blog big deal ah? Come interview me lah!"
Shortly after I posted that entry, heng-heng two journalists from two different newspapers e-mailed me for an interview. One is by a Malaysian newspaper who wished to remain anonymous, and the other is by Singapore's Straits Times.
The journalist from The Straits Times damn power. We talked on the telephone for almost an hour, international call no-less, until my ear also barbequed to medium-rare liaw. How much of what I said is recorded I don't know lah. Singaporean readers please keep an eye out for an article on the 'Sarong Party Girl' fiasco over the next few days ok?
I was told that there's a possiblity my 'red boxers pose' might be published on the Singaporean national newspaper. Honestly I don't know why they would want to do that. Singaporean people so skinny already they still want to make them vomit out their lunch some more. Later Jonathan "Talk" Kok sue me for breaking obscenity laws then I know ah.
If you're wondering about the details of The Straits Times interview, I basically said what I wanted to say in my entry already. I don't agree with Sarong Party Girl's ideologies, but I do believe that the newspaper is making a big hoo-hah out of it, and I think Ng Heng Ghee's remarks about her parents were out-of-place and insensitive.
We talked about the repercussion of this and how the elder generation might become even more paranoid about the Internet and their children keeping blogs. She defended the newspaper's decision to publish the story in the first place, whilst I argued such gossipy kopitiam talk shouldn't even be worthy of a 6x4 place on a reputable national newspaper.
I made some comments about bloggers sticking up for one another in times like this. Obviously I'm not the best person to represent the millions of bloggers out there, but I think the statements I made reflect the sentiments the blogging community in general have regarding this Sarong Party Girl situation. We shall see.
All in all, it was a great chat I had with the journalist.
Now, all that's left to be done is for Sarong Party Girl to read that newspaper article when its published, and convince herself that my dick is in fact, bigger than a white man's dick. :)