Sunday, February 22, 2009

Do Not Fuck And Nothing Will Happen

Do not fuck and nothing will happen. Fuck and be prepared to risk the consequences. 'Fuck' like 'Jesus' was not meant to be a swear word. According to oxford 'fuck' means to have sex with somebody. It was neither a swear word nor a bad word until western people start using it whenever they get angry, which is a shame to their civilization.



The Star Reports a comment entitled
sex, privacy and newspapers which was obviously talking about Wong the PKR assemblywoman who had her nudes exposed. An excerpt says:

"Let’s admit and acknowledge that for a wide section of the public — the vast majority of us normal human beings — there are boyfriends and girlfriends and intimate moments of great privacy.

If a partner violates that privacy for any reason, the other party is not to blame — the blame lies with the person who broke that trust, not the person who gave it.

If that is what we believe as a society, then Wong’s offer to resign should be rejected. If we believe that and still accept her resignation, then we are hypocrites for we are holding her responsible for merely, like the rest of us, being human."


Please allow me to repeat myself. Do not fuck and nothing will happen. Fuck and be prepared to be Chua Soi Lek. A man was visiting a nightclub in New Delhi India once and he saw this written on the lounge.


"Beauty is to see not to touch,
If to touch not too crush,
If to crush not too hard."


Another teenage boy was visiting my blog and he saw this written on his screen instead.


"Women is to love not to fuck,
if to fuck not too hard,
if too hard not to photograph."



I don't see to it that it is Wong's fault in this matter. And I don't think she should resign. I am deeply sorry for her. But the reality of life isn't. As a matter of fact, the real world has never shed sympathy for things such as these. . . . . at all.



Which lead us to the conclusion that ladies should learn how to take care of themselves at all time. Don't trust the boys, never trust the boys. Man is just another word for werewolves. And I am a proud member of them, Ah Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.




Nudity was acceptable to the 19th-century French Salon-going public, only as long as the setting was clearly "classical", depicting characters in a culture where nudity was commonplace, as in this painting by Jean-Léon Gérôme (1847).
Source from Wikipedia