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Mind of a Criminal

Today I went to Masjid Shah Alam for Jumaat prayer. Like usual, there were a lot of people, including students just finished their school. Most of them came straight from school, still wearing their school uniform, and they brought their bags with them. Some of them just put their bags in this space (refer to picture)

I really want to take one of those bags. Before you start getting any wrong idea (which you should), I am not interested on anything inside their bag, or the bag itself. I just want to prove that I can take one of the bags easily without anyone noticing, and get away with it. I can just act normal, take a bag, and go back home like nothing happened. The idea sure is tempting, but I don't know how to return the bag later on, and of course the owner will get mad haha. Unless the owner is one of my friends...wait, they still will get mad, aren't they?

Anyway, the point of taking the bag (theoretically) is not to prank others, but to prove on how easy to commit a crime in broad daylight. It would be awesome if I can do that, then return the bag, and treat the owner to something for the troubles haha.

But, why stop just there? Maybe I can start plotting on other type of crimes too. What about murders? Of course, it is not going to be a real murder. Life is precious, I know that.

But hey...

Anyway, if I have the time, intellect and resources, I want to create a plotted murders, and challenge our country's detectives and polices to solve it. Before that, let me clarify that by "murder", I don't mean the real one, ok? It will be involving real people, but nobody going to be killed. Real actors, real police or detectives, but fake murders. Probably will just replace them with puppets or mannequins, or they can act like they died, then all these invited detectives can try to solve them. It will probably be fun to watch them taking up my challenge! Maybe you don't think so, but I think the idea is intriguing.

Now that we are on the topic of murder, do you think that you can kill someone? To be honest, I THINK I can. But the more I think about it now, the more I know I couldn't. The idea of taking away an innocent life is just disgusting. But when the time comes, like war, do you think you still will hold to that idea of not wanting to kill someone? But I guess that's a different story when you are protecting what is precious. It's different than killing people just for the sake of our own satisfaction.

I am still sane, and I know that killing people is not a thing that can be taken lightly. So I provide myself with killing-the-thought-of-killing medicines:


and also

Myyy little pooony~



  1. i second your idea !
    so that i can be the so-called sherlock holmes hikhikhik :D

  2. farahin - ko nak jadi orang yang solve-kan la, bukan nak reka idea? haha

    shader - bila ko nak join bronies?

  3. yup yup
    ala, kau tak perlu idea aku kott.
    better kau yang create, aku yang solve. cool !

  4. persoalannya: mampukah ko? haha


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