Argh, I was planning to go buy a cute pair of sandals (no, didn’t get the cute one, just a practical one) when the news about the election was aired and distributed through the social media. I have whatsapps, twitter and fb as well as ig so the amount of negative words are actually quite overwhelming.
I said funny because
- some already bought the air tickets on the date they predicted and now they blame government for having to bear additional fee for date changes etc;
- some are mad it’s on Wednesday – I was like, what is the fuss? Might be the case that their employers won’t let some people go cast vote – it’d surely happen, Malaysians are everything;
- and there are some people who came out with lots of theory about the competing parties;
For me, I would of course plan a trip back home to vote, but as for now, I have already registered to attend a course that would start on 24th April to 9th May out of Malaysia – not sure it’d be approved but… if I could, I would ask to be dismissed one day earlier so that I could make a trip back home.
Five years ago, I was in Brunei one day before the election day – I was there for a meeting – and then I drove home alone from KUL-Krai. I could see the same thing being repeated.
Anyway – please go out to vote, especially those with such a vocal voice on social media. May the best leader wins! 🙂
p.s : Primavera is having buy 2 @RM129 and I got my raya shoes sorted~ 🙂