Posted by: PMS | February 25, 2008

True enough, empty vessels make the most noise

/Edit @ 26th Feb: Seems like I’m not the only one. Looka looka looka. And now after all the comments, looka looka looka at her comeback, however contradictory it is. Let’s go cower in shame. We have wronged her. Say sorry to her quick later she write a book about how you look like Dilly (refer one of Yanyan’s blogs) *sobs*. Don’t be silly. We’re not worth her time. Ladidum.

From the “medical” website she linked to regarding risks of liver cancer (which she so pompously told you to “read, dumbass!”, if you do read properly, a very interesting fact would be how other risks were explained in detailed in that website (link here), but obesity is like wha-wa-what?

“Obesity might increase the risk of getting liver cancer.”

And even the website says “might“.

Might. 

Hullooooo.. it doesn’t take a donkey to know obesity increases risk of getting anything, even getting stabbed because you take up two seats in the MRT. Isn’t it like, oh the line is only there for a superficial reason? Want to find website to back up your claim also find more substantial one can?

I might be fat (omg hello cancer!), ugly, untalented (I don’t have book!), and stupid (the longest word I know is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, and I don’t even know if I spelt that right wahahhaa), but boy am I glad I talk, look and sound human.

Eeeeeyer! I am so childish! *flips hair*

Bah.

*****

Was randomly blog-surfing when I saw a certain young Malaysian blogger (oh no she says she is a writer) who has two books under her name.

Education doesn’t make a person anymore refined.

Indeed.

So what if you know a lot of bombastic words? Knock knock. You really don’t sound a tad more intelligent just because you scored full marks for spelling bee ok? Half the words you throw around freely in your blog are not even needed to convey daily conversations. One need only memorize the dictionary to be on par with you, giving you the benefit of the doubt that you even know the entire dictionary.

完全没有内涵。

Just because you have written two books (from the descriptions + illustrations, mere chic-lits in bombastic language, it seems – book’s description reeks of self-worship), it doesn’t make you anymore holier-than-thou, such that you go around spewing rubbish about how you feel that obese people who die from fat-induced diseases deserve it because “they brought it upon themselves”.

There are so many different causes of obesity. Don’t stereotype and categorize all obese people under one umbrella and brand them as “they brought it upon themselves”.

There are many deciding factors – work commitments, family commitments, genetics etc, and it’s not always a voluntary decision. If one could be slim, who’d want to be fat?

According to you, “no one is born fat, and even if you were genetically fat you can certainly do something about it… you can choose to slim down in your earlier years, clearly aware of the medical hazards obesity presaged, but you just didn’t… besides, the question of whether doing plastic surgery is unethical is really no question at all when you are so fat you can kill a cow by sitting on it. So say it with me! Liposuction, LIPOSUCTION!”

Do you even know how brainless and uncouth you sound?

Granted the onus is simply on the obese person to watch the diet, exercise heaps, and basically watch his lifestyle. So? It doesn’t give you anymore right to say things that you did. Just because you wear an XS, it doesn’t make you anymore eligible to say things like that. Who are you? Queen of Slim-City?

Having read some articles on you, you are capable of “fielding questions with a maturity beyond your age”. The last thing you sound in that entry was mature.

Apparently from this, tact isn’t something you are very well-versed in.

And for your (obviously much-needed) information, Lydia Sum died from cancer, not obesity.

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Responses

  1. I duno why, but when I read your entry, her name just came popping out and voila! I’m right. It came from her.

    There are plenty of such evil people around. Must believe in karma.

  2. teeheehee! know who u’re refering to w/o even gg to her blog :) came across her entries a few weeks back.

    ah, as u cn see, i’m blog-surfing ALOT since i’ve nothing better to do at 8 in da mornings… body still in SYD time i think. WAHAHA!!

  3. STUPID WOMAN! She thinks ONLY obese people get cancer is it?! So skinny people will never die from any illnesses lah?! Talk about being anymore shallow!

  4. totally agree this gal has grass for brains

  5. Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. :) Cheers! Sandra. R.

  6. Great site, I will be back. Well done


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