Nape tak exercise? Nape tak diet? You think a 6 year old tahu apa tuh diet? Then bila in high school, you explore sports...and the mockery continues..."boleh ke ko lari?"So what do you think happens? Fudge sports, I'll just hide in my room or in books and not have to face all this crap. Then the couch potato starts watching TV, and suddenly realised that in order to be beautiful, you need to be fair and lovely...Skin peeling was soooo in, that having botched red faces is ok for the sake of being white! Baru la jantan pandang ko. "Pengantin tuh cantik...putih, segak dorang tuh," Everytime pretty or beautiful is mentioned, being fair skinned is almost always automatically mentioned too...synonymous tuh. That term "hitam manis" is a sugar coat to sejukkan hati orang kulit gelap...Apa hal doh...? You take photos at nights, and friends and family will comment, "nampak gigi je kot" and laughs.
LAUGHS...If this isnt being bullied, I dont know what this is then...laugh...well done, people, for making bullying a cultural norm...no, Watsons tak bersalah kan...sensitive sangat la ko ni... neither is Karl Lagerfeld wrong for saying Adele tuh tak lawa langsung...In regards to Watsons TVC, the reaction from that "orang kaya" upon seeing a black face was like deja vu. The shock. The disgust. Asking if the lights are off?! You do realise that asshole kids will pick up this line and use it on his day-to-day activities, right? So what "Orang kaya" tu choose Dayang senandung in the end despite being dark...So, it's cool to refer dark-skin to ugliness? Sure, despite her being dark ugly, the orang kaya was still nice enough to still want her? Suddenly the Orang kaya becomes the hero and the bigger person despite initially being disgusted by her blackness...oh and the reaction from the rest of the crowd on his decision to choose her. So, being dark equals ugly. The fact that it's perfectly normal and ok to behave this way...That is why I am pissed off with the Watson ad.