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Perang Merendah Diri

setiap kali lepas result exam kuar jer, mesti sumer orang akan tanyer markah masing2

"ko dapat baper?"
"markah ko mesti tinggi kan?"

aku dah kesah sgt ngan soalan
aku sgt fed up ngan jawapan2 yang common seperti neyh :
"markah aku xde aa tinggi cam ko..."
"ko lagi star dari aku..."
"xyah aa tau...memalukan jer..."

kalau markah orang yang tanyer tu lagi rendah baru nk gitau aa?

yang paling menyakitkan hati ialah (peristiwa sebenar) :
"camner sejarah ko?ok tak?"
"takde aa...aku nyer teruk gak dowh..."
"owh ye ke...baper?"
"aku dapat 89..."
buto la mu
"lah ok aa tu!aku dapat 70 lebey jer"
"untuk ko ok aa tuh..."
aku nak jer baling budak nie dari menara tangki air tuh

kalau dah ok tu ckp jer aa...nak gak kate rendah...

Time study pun same :
"ko dah study blom?"
"baru study skit...ko?"
"aku baru nk bukak buku malam nie"
"ko dah pandai...xyah bukak buku pun xpe...len aa macam aku nie...x layak masuk INTEC pun sebenarnyer..."
aku study gak k?

aku x kesah dier puji tuh
(bangga sbnrnyer~hehe xde aa)

tapi kenapalah ramai sangat yang suker bnar merendahkan diri giler2 sampai lebih rendah daripada aper yang patut?


minta maaf kerana tiba2 sahaja aku emo


  1. zafree..jgn la emo..xelok =)

  2. haha btol btol.
    mende ni apply kat coco wehhh.

  3. ehh kau tak tulis plak en kalau artis tu tercalon misti dia kata,

    "dah tercalon pun ckp baik dah. menang kalah saya tak fikir. tercalon pun kira menang jugak."

    adoi. pastu kalau artis tu menang award misti dia kata,

    "dah rezeki saya. ni hadiah utk peminat."

    huahuahua. talking about cliche.

  4. nie la...

    "terima kasih kepada peminat2 yang telah menyokong saya selama nie..."

  5. haha aku paham aku paham! mmg saket ati la. ade je yg nak ckp kan. dah elok tu ngaku je la. org dah kasi riak dia tamau. huhu

  6. bagus aa ader member yang memahami neyh!cheers~

  7. ini bukan ayat ko kat mrsm dulu ke???
    agagagaaaa... :)
    gurau je...ehehe..jangan mara


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