"Only rumours". Ah, so the rumours about the wedding are just rumours, or so the PM said here. I thought the wedding would have made genuine good news.
God knows Malaysia needs one.
Tuesday, March 06, 2007
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As an english saying goes,"actions speak louder than words," AAB denied he had tied the knot.Maybe its right or wrong. As i havent seen any subtanstial proofs or heard from "mulut kuda", nothing much i can say..If he did, just wanna wish him,"My felicitations. Selamat pengantin baru"..ReplyDelete
bapa kencing berdiri anak kencing berlari lah beb.. kalu PM pun kaki deny (with no solid reason) apa tah lagi pak menterinya belasah juga le apa-apa yang sempat along the way....3.5m beb banyak tu... enough for people like me to stay without working for life...ReplyDelete
padan muka depa sndri buat sndri tanggung le...
aiya..wasted congratulatory messages. lolReplyDelete
RPK seemed very confident about that piece of news...ReplyDelete
In the trip he made to Perth to officiate his brother’s Nasi Kandar restaurant, it seems his daughter, Nori, went berserk when she found Jean in Pak Lah’s bedroom. Only after Pak Lah explained that there is nothing sinister about the whole thing because they are already married did Nori calm down and, like it or not, accept the fact that her father had remarried.
The problem is that old man did not confirm whether or not the rumours are true!!ReplyDelete
the way he smile while saying its rumours says it all lar! see the sparkle in his eyes...... either its true or his wishing it to be true! somehow there's plan installed for not being a bachelor for long.ReplyDelete
Everybody knew it is a rumour. So nothing new there. What people want to know is whether it is true of untrue.ReplyDelete
He did not say whether the rumour is true or untrue.
Nori is a naughty girl.She should not be snooping in daddy's bedroom.When daddy says no snooping no snooping-lah.Nori, Sometime things are just berMAYA!ReplyDelete
So better check your own bedroom.
yar, i was also looking forward to big party...maybe under the big ferris wheel...love is like a circle..eternal...no ending and beginning.....pak lah jatuh cinta, i heard he blushed on tv3 when he was asked about rumoured wife...JDReplyDelete
C'mon people, AAB have already said to have faith in the KLSE.ReplyDelete
So, what's a wedding.
Pity the bride if it's true.
Even worse if the rumour is not.
RPK is Malaysia No:1 story teller.....based on 100% truth he received from other suppliers....so you cannot say he lie...especially from the source or sorces are welknown top politicians.ReplyDelete
But why do certain politicians like to feed him with so much lies.....God knows.
Rocky, I was just thinking of that myself after reading all the blogs. The country needs a good story. And what more for AAB to announce than his marriage. He has to confirm or deny the rumours. Cannot take malaysian bloggers for a ride too long.They seem to be a vicious lot bringing out untold news very responsibly. Mind boggling too.ReplyDelete
1. a story or statement in general circulation without confirmation or certainty as to facts: a rumor of war.
2. gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth
What is the truth? What is untrue? The PM did not deny it from what i read. He just labeled it as rumours. Maybe kalau deny, takut dia marah kot..
So I guess it's still hold then, the fact that Pak Lah is currently Malaysia's most elegible bachelor.ReplyDelete
Pak Lah only denied news on his 'impending' marriage. No mention if he's already re-married...ReplyDelete
Hehehe...belum nikah lagi, tapi makwe memang sudah ada...kelilingi dunia, naik jet mewah, naik kapal layar mewah, memang selalu ke Australia...ReplyDelete
well, if he is married, nothing wrong with it...ReplyDelete
If the marriage is really happening, then we the Rakyat will have to prepare for addition Unbudgeted Waste to be spared for the New Wife spendy and luxury needs - more cops, outriders bikes, global traveling and promotions, new biungalows etc all at the expense of the Dumb Rakyat Hard Earn Income.
Like it or not, its going to happen. No way, the new woman behaving better than Tun Dr Siti Hasmah.
I am just shocked it is on The Star's Front PageReplyDelete
....so you cannot say he lie...
Yep, I doubt he's lying, but if he is, he's bloody convincing.
I am just shocked it is on The Star's Front Page
Well, what can I say - the people's paper, ya know?
A reporter said Pak Lah reply to the rumour about his marriage..saying it is all rumours is not sincere. He said why can't PM simply answer yes or no and cited that TDM is more direct and sincere with answers to reporters.ReplyDelete
I think PM is diplomatically telling reporters to mind their own business on private mattes...which he has the right to do so. He cannot simply say that....so he use diplomatic words.
To say TDM is more sincere and direct is full of shit. How many times have we seen TDM twist and turn ....concerning corruptions by his family in his 22 years as PM....on so many issues..especilly jailing Anwar. Now he has retired....he is still a troublesome man like he to Tunku. Hopefully...his poor health will change his character.
To say TDM is smarter and more cunning than Pak Lah is absolutely true.
Well, Scrotumus Largerlicus just contradicted himself without batting an eyelid.ReplyDelete
So much for intellectual discourse by a blithering ignoramus.
He just never said yes or no! Just dismissed them as rumours. If you think hard about it, rumours don't necessarily mean an untruth.
If we analyse his response a bit deeper, we can conclude a few things:ReplyDelete
1. He is not a straightforward man with straightforward answers.Put simply, his answers to any questions in future cannot be taken at face value.
2. The reporters who asked the question are not experienced. Had this been a foreign media interview,it would be difficult for him to escape a direct answer.Certainly, experienced reporters are not going to preface the question with an apology first!
The truth will come out in time!