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23 October 2007

Malaysian Astronaut Lost In Space


I was chuckling inside as I doodled the strip and was half thinking "OMG, the Malaysians are so going to invade us now!"

Then as I scoffed at the ludicrousness of doing a teh tarik in space and wondering how an experiment like that would benefit mankind (Cure HIV? End the Middle-Eastern conflict? Solve energy crisis?), I had an epiphany.

At least, it was Malaysian and unique to them. What do we have to call our own that we can do when we get up there one day?

er..... The Great Singapore Workout?

Come on fellow Singaporeans! Time to brain storm and put up your suggestions in my comments! The country needs you!

p.s. Pat pat on the seat before sitting down for take off not counted!

p.p.s. Also, I am glad that Shukor had landed safely back to Earth earlier yesterday. Congratulations.


- Voxeros

1. Winsor left...
Thursday, 25 October 2007 10:38 pm
What the? Teh Tarik in space? That's very dumb.
I think tarik the tummy in space even better for scientific human processing studies ar.. haha!


2. JayWalk left...
Saturday, 27 October 2007 9:32 pm :: 
Winsor: Well, that was one of the "experiments" mooted to be carried out while in space. That and playing "five stones'' as well as spinning traditional Malay tops

But wasted lah. Too bad Shukor never tried stepping outside to fly the layang...


3. SukorStupid left...
Monday, 29 October 2007 4:39 pm
Chey, the ********* is going up there as a passenger lah. The Ruskies would never give a ********* any responsibilities as he'ld probably crash the shuttle into the ISS


4. JayWalk left...
Monday, 29 October 2007 5:36 pm :: 
SukorStupid: Welcome to the blog. I do have to apologise for masking some of the things that you wrote in your comment, even though I am an advocate of free speech and expression (to a certain reasonable extend).

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