Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Two In Three

Its been a while, really, for an English post to appear back on this blog. No particular reason. Maybe not all-English post-lah. Rojak a bit, I assumed. Typical Malaysian of myself.

Well, there's definitely a story will I deliver here (yalah its always what blogger came up to, a story). Recently, I were involved in two accidents. Two separate accidents in three days. Quit nice huh. First with this an Indian lady and second with an old Chinese man. Both were using cars, Persona and Waja. This is not a racist post. Confirmed not. The only reason I brought this things up is to highlight the attitude and manner of the people involved. And might as well lead up to the opinions and perceptions of people nowadays among races.

The first one happen to be near with my workplace. I hit the back side of a Persona drove by an Indian lady. It wasn't intentional, that car slowed down a bit as the junction she heading for that moment was a bit steep, and I really don't expect her to slow down. So it happen. Bamm. My motorcycle and I fell onto the floor, my motorcyle's handbrake broken a bit and my right knee bled. Urgh. And the bumper of that Persona crack a bit, and of course she didn't injured at all. She came out from the car, mocking and screaming at me. For real, my first thought was -- ow man she's Indian. Maybe after this she'll call another Indian guy to help and yes I'm for sure cannot win this.

And I'm right, an Indian guy came afterwards. No offense, but seriously, what else would you think when you involved in an accident with an Indian at Indian neighborhood? Yes I'm definitely for sure cannot win this. Now that's the point where I'm wrong, as well as other people who thought like me previously. Back to the accident earlier. How was the case solved? No big quarrel @ fighting, suprisingly we negotiated well and the incident ended in peace. For that I've learned a lesson. Never judge from the outlook. Sometimes we may bumped into stories that Indian are like these, Chinese are like that. Get life people, Malays are also like that. Whats the point of blaming others when we ourselves acting like one?

Moving on, the next two days I involved in another accident. This time just 5 minutes from my home. Poor me. But this time with an old Chinese man. Drove his Waja carelessly and hit me from my right. And hit the same wound I got from first accident. Hooray. Then he just gave me RM50 after ensured that my motorcycle is okay and I don't have any broken parts from this accident. No offense again, but what am I? A chicken or what? How can rm50 solved this? Really, I was really mad at his attitude. Like I'm only targeting his money. That's b******t. Its him who hit me in the first place. If this the only negotiation you offered to me, then I guessed I really cannot blame people for having bad thoughts between races. I can do better, but other people?

I have a lot of friends who came out from different society, races and background, and I am pretty sure you guys do. I often played futsal with Indians and most of my workmate are Chinese. Frankly speaking, I am enjoying this Malay-Indian-Chinese relationship we have in our country. I do, for real. Then how about you? Really?

p/s : Damn its hurt to sleep at night.

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