Humsup Hungry Ghosts ?

In Penang, "ko tai girls" will have to abide by a new dress code for thier performance during the hungry ghosts month.

"In the past, there were cases where ko tai girls who wore see-through outfits without undergarments to spice up their acts. Although we have not received complaints on scantily dressed female singers for the past three years, I have instructed all members to monitor the performances, especially on the dress code" said Penang Teong Guan Association chairman Lim Yam Koi

"Singers and dancers will be advised not to wear tube-tops, bare-backs and bikini-like outfits on stage. Hot pants are okay" he said
Of course you will not receive complaints on the "scantily dressed singers" ! Are the ghosts going to make a complain ?

The Star

Meanwhile in KL, Gwen Stefani became a "ko tai girl" at Bukit Jalil. She performed for thousands of "horny Malaysian ghosts".

“I am not a bad girl" said Stefani.

“Of course, I have certain moral values that I uphold. In America, they see me as a good role model,” added Stefani

At her perfomance, Gwen probably realised that the Malaysian ghosts were not that innocent after all. In fact, they were way too immoral for her... so she "modified" her normal dressing for her own safety - she overdid the covering up. warned ! "This Is Malaysia" - famous for sex crimes: old men raping their own daughters, even toddlers get raped, bomohs raping their customers, religious teachers molesting their students etc. Don't play play, Gwen.... Hahahaha.

The Star

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Anonymous said...

the ghosts hungry for pussy....

Anonymous said...

lol gwen didnt know about malaysians. we are the hamsup kings.

Alvin said...

maybe those singers wanna invite some other side businesses after the singing session? =_=

The Malaysian Life said...

anonymous - dont know if ghosts eat "pussy". I know humans eat tigers and snakes at a restaurants in puchong.

Alvin - the side business more lucrative. Or maybe a recording contract from a...

ctl said...

i think this is all superstitious. stupid nonsense

The Malaysian Life said...

ctl - to some it is, but to others, these parctices are cultural, and will remain an intergral part of thier lives.

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