Still Living In Denial

(Continued from “Living In Denial”)
Somewhere in the quaint small town of Saratok…

Tau Keh Nio: Darlinggggggggggggg
Tau Keh: Whatttttttttttttttt
Tau Keh Nio: I got something to tell you.
Tau Keh: What is it, my dear?
Tau Keh Nio: I hate you.
Tau Keh: WHAT!? YOU HATE ME? WHY?!
Tau Keh Nio: You damn horrijiber. Mouth say you love me but inside all pretend pretend one.
Tau Keh: Huh? What cock?! I did wrong thing again?
Tau Keh Nio: Still want to act don’t know?! Last time I say want to open luxurious restaurant, you say want to open kedai runcit. Then you gave me this fucking kedai runcit and named it Luxurious Restaurant. You think very funny is it? Niama, I sit here at the counter every day waiting for customer until my cheebye also grow roots liaw.

Tau Keh: Aiya lao puo, don’t like that lah. You know business has been bad lately. Aiii… lai, hug hug?
Tau Keh Nio: Hug your head ah!. See, this wouldn’t even happened if you early early listen to me and open up a restaurant. Gerengtee will make money one! See lah, you and your stubborn kuan. Listen to yourself only don’t wanna listen to me. Now lose money liaw, see who die?
Tau Keh: Sorry lor. But you use your head to think lah. You open up a restaurant in this small town in the middle of a jungle also no use. Who would come? I tell you nobody will come, only monkeys will come.
Tau Keh Nio: Then FINE. I don’t open my restaurant in Saratok ok?! I go big big city ok!? You watch me lah! I open my restaurant in Kualu Lampa then you know!

Tau Keh: HAHAHA! You want to kua whose lampa!? “Kuala Lumpur” also dunno how to pronounce! Please lah you siao ginah, don’t even know how to speak Malay! Don’t later go around kualu lampa and sia soi yourself.
Tau Keh Nio: NABEH, I CAN SPEAK MALAY OK!?
Tau Keh: Sorry but “teh tarik satu” doesn’t count. Bwahahahaahaa!
Tau Keh Nio: HOW DARE YOU LAUGH ME!
Tau Keh: Nolah, I just worried. Later your customer asks for “susu” and you beat him up ‘cos you thought he’s calling you stupid how? Wahahahahahaa!
Tau Keh Nio: I said DON’T LAUGH. Laugh some more!?
Tau Keh: Reminds me that time when you used to work in KFC. One customer asked you for “Ayam Goreng”, and you thought he said “I am Goreng.” Then you said to him “Welcome to KFC, Mr Goreng!” Remember?! WAHAHAHAHAHAA!
Tau Keh Nio: SCREW YOU! I’ve had enough already! I’m leaving this stupid place to set up my own restaurant. That’ll teach you not to laugh at me EVER again. GO AWAY.
Tau Keh: Eh lau puo, where you going?!


Tau Keh: Cheebye wife.


Lack of updates, because I’m wayyyyyyy too busy catching up with my day job these days.

82 Replies to “Still Living In Denial”

  1. Damn, where did u get all those photoes?? btw, did u ask permission b4 snapping? ever get into trouble for taking photo w/o permission?? cheers, mate

  2. Hahaha seriously kenny where do u get these ideas from ??? i ended up falling of the bed because i coudnt stop myself from laughing lol …. rofl …lmao

  3. just for the record, the pan mee there (which is behind the HSBC building in Bukit Bintang) is listed as one of the ‘best places to eat at’ in KL. also, try out the char siew rice and beef noodles along jln alor (nearby)

  4. its not funny at all….wait for the letter from my lawyer…KNNCCB…..u cheebey go out of saratok la….take away all my business!

  5. kenny , i already read this in other blog ….i think its the sixthseal isit but yours have an ending different from the original

  6. eheh kenny you write about me? i see your pichure quite hamsome huh.. after i divorce the stupid man, i buy you koffee eh?

  7. sorry old man blur fuck liao its from yours old web haha sirry sir dont get angry ya haha read too many blog already must go n take my pill

  8. cheebye wife. Sequel from the cheebye husband. Cool man. When will Ah boy and ah girl appear? Where you always get this kind of weird signs. When i was in kuching i never seen leh.. Or is it somewhere in saratok again

  9. Said it before… and I’ll say it again….
    YOu think yorue funny is it?? 😛
    Okay larr… yo uare…sometimes… pretty damn funny…
    Especially today….
    🙂
    Take Care Kenny…
    eh when you going to KL?

  10. not also ho-chio as the last joke.. but can tell you did your best 🙂
    anyway i spent the whole workday reading your post since day 1. I mean i am aware of your site, but then suddenly to read all your posts to kill time, erm no, i mean know more about you.
    cheers dude.
    mangowithice

  11. kenny. i’m not getting the ‘punch line’. what’s with the last image? nothing to do with luxurious restaurant what.

  12. very funny , very creative story line.
    Kenny your blog is so good that even youngster are reading it.. so would be good to reduce the profanity but maintain the humour. .. my 2cts

  13. lol. where on earth did you find so many funny restaurant’s name. it almost made me roll on the floor! But kai wan xiao, restoran jangan ketawa also got perdana owh!

  14. Long ago there was this Malaysian Brit-skit-style sitcom called Jangan Ketawa. I actually liked it. But then the bloody censorship board banned it because it had a lot of crossdressing.

  15. lionel>i liked it too. many years back. then somehow i stopped watching and forgot about it. 2 days (or 3) ago i happened to turn on ntv7 and it was playing! so what do u mean by it being banned?

  16. alammak kenny you should have something like this in the mr brown show man plus all the hokkien classic words muahahaha

  17. This shop is located in bukit bintang area in KL although it’s hidden away at one corner, nearby the proposed Arab square(i think completed liao) which is behind Finnegans KL, Jln Sultan Ismail.
    Dunno about the food, never been there b4

  18. hey, i swear it’s dejavu that i’ve read about the story (first half) about luxurious restaurant!!! I just don’t know where.
    Yeah, Jangan Ketawa has the best pan meen in town!!! Meatballs too. The other good pan meen is the chili pan meen called ‘Kin Kin’. Very good

  19. Not so funny this time. Kenny, we know you are busy so dont worry about not updating…although a part of us will still complain that you never updated your page for the day! Well, you cant please everyone.
    Btw, the first site i go to every morning is still yours 🙂

  20. Wrongfully detained Chinese Housewife
    ———————————————————————————-
    Translated police statement from Malay to English found on http://teresakok.blogsome.com/2005/11/15/china-nationals-sue-police-for-illegal-detention/
    This police statement was made by the 4 chinese housewife who were wrongfully detained
    Name: Yu Xue zhen
    Sex: Female
    Brith date: 27 November 1970
    Marriage status: married with Malaysian
    Name: Gu Xiu hua
    Sex: Female
    Marriage status: married
    Name: Wu Xiao hua
    Sex: Female
    Marriage status: married
    Name: Liu Jing
    Sex: Female
    Marriage status: married
    Brith date: 25 July 1971
    We were detained by the police with other lady Chinese nationals from the 3rd of November 2005 (Thursday), about 11pm nearing to Sungai Buloh. At that time we were in a car and the police was holding a road block.
    Police detained us with the cause of suspicion of fake passport. We were sent to the Sungai Buloh police station. At about 6 am 4th November 2005. We were sent to the Petaling Jaya Police Station and we were imprison in the lock up in there.
    Before we were sent to our cells, we were told to show all our belongings in our hand bag. A police men and a police woman who were at the counter recorded the inventory of our hand bag and asked $50 RM from both yu xue zhen and Gu xiu hua and we gave it to them. At that time, Wu Xia Hua only had $3 RM in her hand bag. She was also force to give it to the above mentioned police officers. The Police women then shared $10 of our money to each of the officers in the station. We were force to give the money because it was demanded from the police officer and we were afraid of them.
    After that, two police woman ask us to take off our clothes until we were naked in a room before going into the lock up one by one. The police women ask us to stand and squat five times when we were naked. When it was Yu Xue Zhen;s turn, she felt embarrass from striping and move her back to face the police women. She was slapped by the police women on the face. When Yu Xue Zhen was taking her clothes off. A police man was peeping at her and she screamed. After that the room door was immediately closed. After the body check, were we allowed to put our clothes back on and enter the lock up.
    On the evening of 5th November 2005. 5 chinese nationals women including us and 2 indonesian women was brought to the Sungai Buloh police station to record our statement. When we return to the Petaling Jaya Police station. We were again asked to take off our clothes and repeat the procedude. After that all the Chinese women were not allowed to wear back our bras. Only the women of other nationalities were allowed to wear back their bras.
    After we recorded out statement on the 5th of November at the Sungai Buloh Police Station, a police man did a hand gesture to Gu Xiu Hua that meant she had big breast.
    At about 7pm 5th November, Yu Xue Zhen wrap her body with a big towel and entered the bath room in the lock up. She notive a police man staring at her from outside the lock up’s door. This was witness by Gu Xiu Hua. Gu Xiu Hua remembers Yu Xue Zhen immediately went into the bath room and close the door.
    On the first day of our detention period. Yu Xue Zhen’s husband brought two bags that contained clothes, 3 towels, ladies towel, perfume, tooth brush and tooth paste to the Petaling Jaya Police Station to be given to Yu Xue Zhen, but the police officer on duty did not send it to her. On the 5th of November when Yu Xue Zhen was sent to the Sungai Buloh Police Station to record her statement. She was told by her husband that he sent those items to her on the day before. When Yu Xue Zhen was sent back to the Petaling Jaya Police Office, she asked for those items that was sent by her husband to the police, and she found a few expensive clothes, towel, tooth brush, tooth paste, perfume and ladies towel missing. And only two T shirt, a shirt, jeans and long pants was left behind.
    We were imprisoned in the lock up for 5 days, only released by the police on the 7th November 2005 when the immigration officer in Putrajaya have validated that our passport was real. Before we left the Petaling Jaya Police Station, around 4 pm, the same police men who did the same hand gesture that praise the size of Gu Xia Hua’s breast. That police man asked Gu Xiu Hua to come to him and did another gesture to ask Gu Xiu Hua to call him. But Gu Xiu Hua did not dare go near him.
    We are not happy about the imprisonment and our experience because we were holding valid passport and we have entered Malaysia many times through the years. We have never gone against the Malaysian law and we should not have been detained and imprisoned in the police lock up.
    It has also been alleged through press release by the Chinese woman that the police officer at the road block indicated they wanted a $500 rm bribe. On refusing the Chinese ladies were brought it for “suspicion” of owning fake passports. They were also not given proper drinking, instead they drank straight from the tap.
    This is the latest on the issue.
    Morning raid on Chinese nationals’ homes
    http://teresakok.blogsome.com/2005/11/23/morning-raid-on-chinese-nationals-homes/
    The MMS Story
    http://teresakok.blogsome.com/2005/11/25/52/

  21. haha jestesm zjarany jaka beka, jak ktos bedzie z polski tu zjarany jeszcze siedzial to niech pisze na moj gg wyzej hahaha kjaaka beka

  22. LOL ( too lazy to type “HAHAHAHHHAHAHAHAA” )… ok i just did. anyhoo, i think you should write scripts for comedy series 😛 … call it “kenny siao” ?

  23. This is sick. No wonder a lot of Chinese are migrating. I thought they were getting away from the mad-dog mullahs in Malaysial. But no, they are obviously trying to get away from their rude low class fellow Malaysians.

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