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Business is Business: Malaysian Chinese by Comedy Court

Sometimes, I get people from other parts of the world asking me why I write know, being a writer and all. If you've observed, I toggle between writing MALAYSIAN style with the 'sorry-lah', 'lidat-lah', 'how can?', 'sure or not?' and 'come on-lah' all over the place. And then I think to myself, "How do you think all those clients who come here undercover to read my blog will think ah? They read and go, walau-eh, like this call writer wor. Mati Kong-Kiao lah, lidat" So, in all honesty, sometimes I am torn between writing like I sometimes talk or writing the way I usually write. Lawyer-style....long, long with humongous words thrown in. Well, for those of you who are not Malaysians or Singaporeans (they talk somewhat like the way we talk with a lot more kaisu-ism thrown in. Heh, Singaporeans, just joking only ah. Don't angry wan ah), here are two Indians impersonating Malaysian Chinese talking about bizness lor. What else? Malaysian Chinese is synonymous to making money wan leh. Everything money. Never hear money no talk. I tell you Comedy Court has been generating legions of fans all around the world after the elections because of the clips that they have been posting into YouTube. Here's one on the Malaysian Chinese talking wan.

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