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Discussion in 'Introduction' started by Pemuda, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. Pemuda

    Pemuda Regular Member

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    About time I do a intro ...

    Hello, I am Pemuda ;). I was born in Besut, Trg. I am of mixed marriage, half malay and half chinese. I left Besut when I was about 6 years old when my dad was transferred to Seremban.

    I grew up football mad and was really lucky to play some organised football at school, state and national age group levels. Mom and dad was really supportive and I will never forget their support and love. My proudest moment was when I made the 2004 Tiger Cup team. Anyway I left the game after the competition, mainly due to two reasons - 1. very hard to manage college work and football , 2. dont see a career in football in Msia.

    Went to Australia and did my degree. Now back as a fresh graduate working for foreign engineering firm in KL, trying to pay back my student loan :crying:. Planning to do my Masters either late 2008 or 2009 ... so lets see about that later.

    I am a firm believer that Malaysia can do so much more as a sporting nation. I am also a firm believer that Malaysians need to shed their subsidy mentality and set higher goals. No reasons why Malaysia are not able to qualify for the football world cup, or win that first badminton WC/Olympic gold etc etc as long as our set up at ground level is right. I am sick to the bone of half baked politicians ruining our sports associations along with their yes men.

    Ok enough of the hard stuff .... I play some social football, badminton and do some jungle trekking just to stay healthy. Other than that, I am also dating a girl from Seremban ;) . We enjoy doing stuff like catching a midnight show and just chatting , basically simple stuff.

    Done.
     
  2. pijah

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    Hello Pemuda ! ( Is that your real name? )
    You come from Besut, near to Kelate, right? ;)
    I'm sure you have lots of fun here, seeing your posts here. :D
    Anyway, have a nice day.
     
  3. koo_fan

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    waahh.announce her in public ke? impressed me.theres not so many guys doing this.keep saying.hi.im single.proud of u lah my brother.

    hope kkk will announce his g/f soon.im waiting to keep his wedding photos.
     
  4. Pemuda

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    ehhhh... you edited and removed your earlier posting about wanting to bash me up. No need la to resort to violence. ;)
     
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    Oghang D'ganu ha!

    At least I have Kopite brother now - it's lonely in the footie thread with Mancs crawling all over the place.
     
  6. koo_fan

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    please la brother.the mode have deleted it.not me.
    i wont be hypocrite.
    maybe i shouldnt be too harsh.last time i bashed my friend,failed in my driving license.wont reapeat that mistake.sorry.
     
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    Oldhand is really the hands-on mod, is he not?
     
  8. koo_fan

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    sound interesting to have sarawakian speaks terengganu.
    nobody can use the dialect except terengganuan.seriously.
     
  9. koo_fan

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    u tell me.is he here now?
     
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    That's likely due to my exposure to the many dialects over in the Peninsular through the Gila-Gila humour magazine (that was over 10 years ago, now it's full of crappy slapstick humour) - lots of Kelantanese, Terengganu, NS and of course, KL's BM mixture in there.

    Add to that the number of colleagues who likes to joke with accents, there you have it. :)

    Surprisingly, I'm almost clueless when it comes to Sarawak's own! :cool:
     
  11. Pemuda

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    Ohh yesss ... I forgot. I support Liverpool. My love affair with Liverpool began back in 93' when Robbie Fowler came into the scene. At that time, most of my friends were supporting United but it was Liverpool at first sight for me. Ian Rush, Grobbelaar, Jan Molby and John Barnes captivated me then.

    Its 2008 and I am still waiting for my 1st league title with Liverpool.
     
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    I was just joking. You know, pulling your legs.
    This is just a badminton forum here, not some life and death situation.
    Chill girl, chill. ;)
     
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    but if u see those penang movies by mohaideen brothers - the dialect is interesting but ruined by meaningless(good word dah tu) plot n storyline.

    n for terengganu,if u do come to my hometown in kuala berang n heard the locals,u would never imagined thay are talking malay languange.
    i cant even understand what my grandma try to say when she asked me to give her a massage.good granddaughter ha?

    ur sarawak?i was afraid to the locals.the first n the last time visit to sarawak.
    in 12 years old.a gift by my parents for getting 5As.regretted the wish i asked them- please abah,pergi sarawak.that would be the last time i am in sarawak.
     
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    serious matter if i hurt people.
    u lah yang chill.i tak nak.

    should be hello all too.
    on -topic again.
     
  15. wood_22_chuck

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    Welcome to BadmintonCentral, Pemuda. I enjoy reading your posts :)

    -dave
     
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    Well, welcome..

    ..once again to BCBF, Pemuda!:)..Hmm, is it me, or it seems like the trend nowadays is for BCers to, FIRST, post more than a thousand posts AND THEN post an Intro. thread about themselves?!:confused:..Shouldn't it be the other way around??:confused:..;)
    Yes, i also enjoyed reading your many posts; all written & have a sense of candor. As if you're "swimming against the current" of many other posts/opinions in this forum, shedding a different & realistic perspective esp. on issues related to M'sia, yet still remain constant in your p.o.v.s(point of views)...:cool:..May i call you, "A True Malaysian supporter"??..:cool:

    Anyway, glad to have your "voice" aboard this small but growing community! And look fw for more!;):cool:
    *Btw, your real name isn't Pemuda, is it??..don't worry, the Agency of Badminton Central Detectives hasn't been authorized to solve that, yet..:p;)
     
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    Ahhh that was a more naive time. Fat footballers still played top flight football (Jan Molby, Thomas "The Egg" Brolin, David Ginola (in his tottenham days), Gazza, Neville Southall). Nowadays football is just a bunch of kids zooming around the pitch!

    Welcome Permuda. You'll never walk alone!
     
  18. OneToughBirdie

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    You failed driving test because you did pay enough kopi-o money...hehehe!:D
     
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    I love the way Jan Molby plays his football. He dont need to run much, just stand around the centre circle and pass the ball all over the field.
     
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    Again...Welcome to BCBF! :)
     

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