Saturday, February 20, 2010

What is wrong with this country?

I'm tired of waiting.

I'm trying to get this accommodation sorted in KL so I can move in asap and this stupid landlady is playing MIA at the moment. Can't call through to her phone, text also no reply and the RM400 lawyer fee has been paid to draft out the terms contract bla bla bla...

In fact, I've been trying to move in since mid last year, and for some god knows what reasons, shit keeps happening every time I try to move in.

The previous case involved this incompetent agency company who gave the keys to the electricians to fix the electric box which broke down two days after moving in, and the Malay electricians brought the keys home for Hari Raya, yes! They freaking brought the keys balik kampung! which rendered the house vacant for two weeks despite having paid FIRST month rental!!

Then there was another case of this condo which has also already paid for first month plus all the deposits, half an hour before moving in, the agent texted (not call, but text!) to inform that the unit has been rented out by the owner to other agencies. like WTF?!

Really. For money, Malaysian property agencies are willing to do anything. Professionalism? What is that eh?


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Today I have been struck again by diarrhea. God knows what food Malaysia serves us, but this is the first time in years that I am puking and suffering from diarrhea at the same time.

Which explains why this blog has been left un-attended for quite a bit now.


If I stay in this country long enough, I think I might even end up a skinny stick.

Thanks to copious amount of dirty food and numerous food poisonings.

The funny thing was, I didn't even go out to eat at mamak or random hawker places. Despite being cautious, food just gets more and more dangerous here.

The last diarrhea I had was just but half a month ago. A yearly occurrence of food poisoning has just been reduced to a monthly case. Hail Malaysia and its wondrous delicious food. *gag*


Maybe tomorrow when I feel better, I'll write something happier. For now, I'm going to try to rest.

Sigh. Stupid landlady, faster show up! Shit man. This sucks.

5 comments:

  1. what a way to start new year..

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  2. Sometimes you win, oftentimes you lose in Malaysia.

    How sad! But it's not too bad if you can tolerate all these
    inconveniences.

    As for the diarrhea, just avoid hawker food.

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  3. Well, now I know when I visit Malaysia not to ever, ever touch the food!!

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  4. Hope you're feeling better now..

    Happy CNY Nicole ;)

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  5. you are scaring me!

    i was thinking of pigging myself with standard hawker fare in Malaysia when i visit next month!!

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