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Thursday, 18 September 2008

Sex, Drugs & Religion

Blogger bantal said...

My guess is you're

- non-muslim to begin with
- a Brunei ethnic minority
- secretly gay
- with ego the size of Australia
interesting combination.

Yeah take a break, go get a facial.

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I just want to comment on these 'brilliant' deductions.

- non-muslim to begin with
: Well, both my parents are religious, but were not super strict zealots. I was brought up in a Muslim community. I went through the six-year compulsory Ugama education that most Bruneian muslims went through.

He must've skipped the lessons and gone smoking in the girls' toilet, while doing syabu. (I was actually a good boy. Attended all my classes, and never took to drugs.)

- a Brunei ethnic minority
I'm Malay. I go to over-the-top weddings and eat Ambuyat, which I actually like. I have a slightly Kedayan accent, which narrows the list down for you people wanting to hunt me down. C'mon.

An atheist that likes Ambuyat?!! That's got to be fucking impossible! This guy hates Brunei (I don't hate Brunei by the way) and he's fucking eating our favourite food!?

- secretly gay
I wish. Hahaha. I'm a guy, who has a girlfriend, and I think the sex is very hetero. I have thought about that. If I was indeed gay. But I still enjoy normal, full-frontal sex. So I doubt I'm gay. But hey, I may just be bi. Who knows. Safe sex for everyone.

SEX??? Jason Biggs is talking about sex??!!! Noooo. Taboo! Bad JB.

- with the ego the size of Australia
I have an ego. I don't doubt that at all. Though Australia is an exaggeration. Maybe a small nation, like the Vatican City. Thought that'd be ironic, wouldn't it? Maybe just the size of Jong Batu. That would fit it, in a twisted sort of way.

Fucking right you are, you traitor!!

And funnily enough, I was thinking of doing a facial. Everyone's going metrosexual now. Anyone know a good place to do a facial for men?
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Enough of my self-indulgent, self-deprecating answers to Bantal's deductions. And no, the red commentary isn't aimed at Bantal. It's just merely for my pleasure.

I've noticed that Blabness and Md have been talking about animal rights, and coincidentally it's a topic I feel quite strongly about.

I'll discuss this soon.

5 comments:

  1. ?well, both my parents are religious, but were not super strict zealots. I was brought up in a Muslim community. I went through the six-year compulsory Ugama education that most Bruneian muslims went through.?

    then you werent muslim..i see what you did there

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  2. I don't get you? If he did have to go to Ugama school, doesn't that make him muslim in the first place? Don't you have to be a muslim in order to go to ugama school?

    Don't get me wrong, I'm just trying to understand how you came up with him not being a muslim in the beginning.

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  3. Hmm, jason as in not JB, JB told me that both his parents are muslims..JB was probably a muslim until he reached the age of 7

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  4. some of the non muslims do go to ugama schools..dont believe me?go to the rural area in Tutong.he said,his parents were religious,and he was brought up in a muslim community..that doesnt mean he wasnt a muslim to begin with..and also,this is internet,any non muslim who has little knowledge(of islam) can claim he/she is a muslim.ppl do it all the time.like on youtube,some christians and even atheists do it,and they were exposed real bad.hehe

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  5. My parents are Muslim. Though I don't believe that you can claim for a child to belong to any religion, hence why I don't call my child self as a Muslim. Children are impressionable people. They take in whatever is imprinted during their childhood, and only as adults do they have enough intellect to deduce what they believe in overall

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