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Conversation between 2 Top Executives

ringgit says:
now there hor.. almost like the beginning of sri hartamas.. so many pubs and makan places.. but but but... the people hang out there a bit beng!
Kimmikanuyi says:
errrrrrrr
anti-ringgit says:
yes lah they all look like U
anti-ringgitsays:
we can understand
Kimmikanuyi says:
pakai slipper one
ringgit says:
i was not born in kepong.. MAH LAU born in kepong
anti-ringgit says:
like a piaw
Kimmikanuyi says:
short ...
ringgit says:
u turn everywhere u see people look like mah lau
anti-ringgit says:
i high class kepong fam ok
ringgit says:
eh mah lau.. u study Sekolah Kebangsaan Kepong ah???
ringgit says:
high class still KEPONG!
anti-ringgit says:
pooi
ringgit says:
hahaha.. stay there 30 years.. got cap kepong liow!!!
ringgit says:
i baru stay in kepong 6 mths aje!
ringgit says:
hahahahahaaha
anti-ringgit says:
yr fam beer we drink heneessy
ringgit says:
KEPONG MAH LAU.. new name for u
anti-ringgit says:
yr fam smoke cap bintang we smoke cigar u know lasst time
ringgit says:
henessy also kepong... no matter what u say, u r kepong..
ringgit says:
got a malay saying one
anti-ringgit says:
pooi
anti-ringgit says:
high class.. u missed out the word
ringgit says:
i sentul for 20 years
anti-ringgit says:
key word
ringgit says:
then segambut for 10 years
anti-ringgit says:
itu keling mali
ringgit says:
u kepong through and through!
anti-ringgit says:
no wonder dark skin
anti-ringgit says:
cann0ot be scrubbed
ringgit says:
no wonder u dun like ah piaw!
ringgit says:
coz u look like one!
ringgit says:
HAHAHAHAHHAAAAAAAAAAA
anti-ringgit says:
keling
ringgit says:
kepong pak jam kai
anti-ringgit says:
keling “ringgit”
anti-ringgit says:
keling “ring ring”
ringgit says:
KPK = Kepok Pak jam Kai
ringgit says:
nice..
anti-ringgit says:
KRR
Kimmikanuyi says:
:P
ringgit says:
“kimmikanuyi”.. u see lar.. "LEVEL X EXECUTIVE!".. like kid only!

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  1. KRR and KPK, dua-dua pun sama aje ...2 top executives :P

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