Tiyung Dayak – “The Sour Dayak Apple” in Bidayuh Politics

For the Greater Glory of Bidayuh Politics

Another “Idiot’s Guide” to Love (Making)… L.O.L.!!!

There are not so many wedding anniversaries as reported in the Borneo Post recently! Just imagine the amount of money involved in the show off occasions (gala party receptions, expensive gifts, advertisements, etc.)… Well, it’s good for the economy lah! More spending meaning more jobs creation for the people in the state, right!?

Borneo Post. 2009. Loving couple James, Valerie celebrate diamond anniversary. January 13, 2009 Edition.

Borneo Post. 2009. Loving couple James, Valerie celebrate diamond anniversary. January 13, 2009 Edition.

Borneo Post. 2009. My wife my pillar of strength and source of inspiration. January 14, 2009 Edition.

Borneo Post. 2009. My wife my pillar of strength and source of inspiration. January 14, 2009 Edition.

Anyway, I hope that my readers would learn something “positive” based on the highlighted couples’ married life. On (news)paper, it seems that they never had quarrel in their entire married life! Really??? Hmmphhh… Anyway, Yum-seng! folks!

So, to those married guys and gals out there, don’t ever cheat on your spouse! In fact, there’s a song called “Ballad of John (Lennon) and Yoko (Ono)“. I’m pretty sure that my readers have heard of that song – pretty nice, isn’t it… Ohhh… I love that song very much. Yup, John and Yoko did their bed protest long time ago in Amsterdam: Make love and not war (I mean no quarrel lah!)… Heh!

Ooops!

Ooops!

A-haaa...

A-haaa...

It is advisable that married couples should bring white and red roses with them - whenever they are going to ... well, you know lah! Heh!

It is advisable that married couples should bring white and red roses with them - whenever they are going to ... well, you know lah! Heh!

Ooo...

Ooo...

Haiyah! Just for your eyes only lah

By the way, please be informed that in my next online project, I’ll post some of the “relevant” news cuttings on current Dayak politics – to be shared with my readers – and it is specially crafted for “oversea” Dayak readers…

Till we meet again, bubbye for now, folks!

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January 15, 2009 - Posted by | 03 Miscellaneous

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