|Mr Mole of Wind in the Willows|
A word of thanks to journalist Uppercaise, new-kid-on-the-blog Cat Out of The Bag (who has a new posting on the mysterious Alies Anor, by the way) and Tun Faisal's troopers for giving the coming portal a great publicity.As usual, you guys/girls give me too much credit.
Now, my former teacher, Anak si-Hamid, is going to make me stand on the chair for sharing with you this mail she sent me when discussing the subject of The Mole ...
As for the MOLE - which version are you thinking of?
1. a spot on the face' often ugly.
2. a scientific measurement of molecules - a unit of measurement 6.02 x 10 to the 23rd - used to calculate how many atoms are in a molecule. It's good because it's big enough to use, as atoms are too small
3. an undesirable female, not to be confused with MOLL.
4. cannabis resin and tobacco mixed in a grinder (NOW WE'RE TALKING) - can give you a whopping headache though.
5.short for Moleman, a computer nerd who hardly comes out of his hole.
6. an animal that lives underground (some similarities with you here) - but this animal is short-sighted/blind. It is small and furry, good at destroying gardens.
7.a spy and an informer . One who gathers information. Is this why you chose MOLE? I prefer a ferret because it goes for the jugular - but I know you cannot operate like this, like Miss Hamid.
8. Mr Mole and Mr Ratty in 'Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame were the good guys trying to save the stupid and self-obsessive and self-destructive Mr Toad. Shamsul could be Ratty and the Malays in general could be Mr Toad.