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26.09.2012 | 駛唔駛呀

[Volume 7 Issue 9, #1549]
前幾日見到面卜上有個朋友貼咗呢張相, 開張前一晚排定隊, 我當時嘅回應係「吓?? 駛唔駛呀??」.. 正如之前嘅Uniqlo咁, 開張當日排晒長龍打晒蛇餅, 我都已經覺得"很有趣", 更何況係排通宵隊?? 難道首N位顧客入去可以免費血拼嗎?? 如果係嘅話我確實唔介意, 不過實情唔係咁樣噃.. 如果係Giorgio Armani賣H&M嘅價錢就另當別論, 呵呵!! 真係對啲人嘅心態感到莫名嘅好奇, 我相信多幾日我唔駛排隊, 都同樣可以不費吹灰之力, 就買到同你一模一樣嘅衫褲鞋襪㗎噃.. 好似我呢啲患有"人群恐懼症"嘅人都唔少, 我有懷疑過呢啲人其實係唔係人家俾錢請返嚟排隊㗎呢?? 出啲錢做起個勢嘛, 呢個橋段幾得㗎.. :p
saw this photo from a friend in facebook the other day, and my immediate response was "huh?? is that necessary??".. just like what happened to the previous uniqlo's grand opening, i already think it's rather "interesting" to see people spending half a day queuing up, not to mention this overnight queue.. is there full sponsor for the first N customers to shop in there?? if that's the case, i really don't mind, but the fact is that's not the case.. and if Giorgio Armani is selling at H&M price, that would be another story also, haha!! i am really curious about the thinking and attitude of these people, i believe few days later, i don't even have to queue at all and effortlessly get exactly the same clothes like they did.. i think there are quite some people who has demophobia (fear of crowd) like me out there, hence i ever suspected those people are hired to queue up, for some money you can build up publicity, that's quite a good marketing tactic don't you think?? :p
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  1. Good morning, SK, everyone!

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    1. Good morning Happy Surfer.

      Happy to see you re-surfaced.

      How are you? Not busy queueing up for sale gua hence no more commenting here

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    2. Good morning, SK, HS, STP, Meow, lina and everyone here later than me. Happy Wednesday.

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    3. Good morning Yan :)

      For me its sleepy wednesday. No mood to do much of anything. shopping also lazy to do.

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    4. Good morning! Oh..I wouldn't be as crazy as those people queuing up for so many hours.

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    5. Good morning, ladies!! Such a cold and wet day today, as it rained at 4am!

      Happy Wetnessday (quoted from SK himself), everyone!

      Aiks, where is STP? I thought he's (supposed to be) first today~~ Ah, there he is, below my comment, kakakaka!

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    6. I'm around... Still alive, don;t worry! Hehehehehe!!!!

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    7. I woke up so early today (set my alarm at 4am) to do a morning run, mana tau see see rain pulak! So wet and heavy summore. Immediately tarik selimut and went ZZZZZ

      I rather sleep than queue overnight even if there's a bargain to be had! ;p

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    8. Wet? Rain? Sigh...here, dark, gloomy but because of haze. So hot!!!!

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  2. Good morning, SK! It's the middle of the week...a couple of days to the weekend. Now, let's see who's first this morning. Is it...ME...ME...ME???

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    1. LOL...Good morning.

      thought you'll be busy this week?

      How is Melissa? You visiting her or you going shopping ?

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    2. Going to Kuching to attend friend's daughter's wedding... No other invitations lah...so rest of time, at home lor... Hint! Hint!

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    3. Hint hint? what? you coming KL or what ?

      Guai guai stay home and spam la. No need to go out. Go out have to use money. Sure will need to shop this and that. muahhaha

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  3. Ohhhhh noooooooo!!!! Good morning, HS!!! Sulk! Sulk! LOL!!!

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    1. Dont la sulk.

      With you and Happy Surfer sulking coz cant get first commenter post is really depressing la.

      Come come...chat about the topic of today. else kena deduct marks.

      Talk about shopping. You ever queue up like this before or not for anything like this? I dont think so gua...

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    2. Overgrown cry baby..haha

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    3. LOL.....later he merajuk then susah lor, Bananaz

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    4. Deduct, deduct lor... I'm sure a lot of my marks deducted all the time. That SK, eyes one big, one small one.... Hehehehehe!!!!

      Queue? Anything that needs queuing, forget it!!! Not even nice food! I just can't be bothered. Nothing is worth wasting one's time for... Can use it for much better things.

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    5. You typed too long, STP. Where's your usual "Chop!!"? Ish~~

      It seems that we also have to implement to get the first sip. Cannot always fight for it, that's not nice. We should play fair, today started with HS and followed by other blogger tomorrow and the rest.

      I reckon STP should be the last in the cycle, you are the eldest! Muahahaha~ Must give way to all little brothers and sisters, ya~

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    6. *implementing queuing to get the first sip*

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    7. Last time I chopped only...people said cannot, potong markah!!! Now I type long first comments, people ootong jalan. Serba salah! Tsk! Tsk!

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    8. You know ah... cannot let old people merajuk.

      Already tua, very buruk merajuk. Some more cannot scold like little kiddos. How to pujuk? wakaka

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    9. Feed them. Give them nice things to eat, sure happy one. Like give sweets to little children. Hehehehehe!!!!!

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    10. cannot give sweet to kids...later the kids become fat and have diabetes. Not good leh.

      Ya, STP. Stay here. No need to queue in shopping mall. Here just need to queue to be first commenters

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  4. Just hopped over to Lina's blog for a second...and HS already rampas kuasa here! Tsk! Tsk! LOL!!!

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    1. what rampas kuasa pulak...eh lina got new post meh? Just now i go see no new post.

      Okie will go there and see what she post about.

      I think the only think you queue up is to rampas first commenter spot here la

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    2. No lah...I hop here, hop there....see this, see that...that is why sop very easy to potong jalan one. Lina's got new post on Taiping - got kulat one...must be imported from TM's house one. LOL!!!

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    3. Aiyoh! My kulat photos made STP distracted from commenting and having his first sip here kah? Sorry Sorry Sorry (sing like SUper Junior's SHindong style)... wakaka

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    4. Wah!!! You into K-Pop...and I'm into Oppa Gangnam Style...*starts cowboy horse riding moves* Muahahahahaha!!!!

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    5. Adoi...any mushroom anywhere must be ME!! I am famous now la. I should export my own brand - TM Mushrooms!

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    6. not kulat la...MUSHROOOM....now everyone asociate Mushroom with TM jor. Muhahaha

      Jangan harap ya, TM. If you export own vbrand of mushroom, you wont see me queueing up to buy. Duno got poison or not

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  5. Certainly a trend that started in the west has finally caught on here. I read too about the local celebs in the rush on the first day. Was there a special discount, I wondered.

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    1. 20%, I heard...but just pick a few items, already spent hundreds of ringgit. I really wonder how much those people earn, "spending their money like water". I would think many times before I'd part with my money like that. Ok...ok..I'm stingy but my late (very rich) grandfather told me only stingy people can become rich.

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    2. GHappy Surfer,

      Dont think that much of discount la.

      Even with discount pun...no need to queue up overnight gua. It's not as if buy things there are free.

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    3. I wonder if that is really necessary but there might be some attraction in that such as a special discount or so.

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    4. I dislike long queue, even there's 20% discounts on the item. Not worth the time and effort spent waiting... stoopid.

      Still there are people willing to queue (and in this case, waited 15 hours before the opening), crazy b*****ds! And charge into the shop when it finally opens. Siao~

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    5. ...and sale on toilet rolls, one person can buy two, they bring the whole family, grandpa, grandma...all masuk...buy two each. Gee!!! They must be great shitters to need that much toilet paper. Some people really!!!!

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    6. ya 20% discount or 50% discount also not worth the queueing...unless for books la. LOL. That one is my personal obsession la.

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  6. Supposed to be a place for cheap or affordable stuff but I hear this one's not cheap at all. So many people...but I really wonder how many actually know what H & M stands for. Glamour only. If you ask me, I would tell you - HODOH & MAHAL!!!

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    1. Shhhh.....cannot say that STP.

      Later SK kena sue by that company leh...now got the 114A act leh... later they say their sales down due to commenters give the company bad name how?

      Maybe it's cheap la for western standard. Not cheap for us. You kjust see their $$ and our RM...so much difference leh

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    2. Like in the UK, there's this chain called C&A...and the locals call it CHEAP & AWFUL. LOL!!!!

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    3. Hodoh & Mahal for H&M, kakakaka, well said, STP! Sometimes people are very much influenced by the brands, thus they are willing to do whatever-it-takes just to own a piece of it.

      And I wonder how's its quality... as good as Giorgio Armani? :p

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    4. I'm not into any brand. Anything that's cheap...and has my size, good enough for me. You wear branded stuff, cost a million...people also dunno who you are...and worse still, they will say you buy from Jalan Petaling one. I wear like beggar in Sibu, I go out...everybody knows who I am. True or not? Wrong/incomplete address also the mail could reach me.

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    5. Same lah... never really cared about brand one. Not even Zara ke, Mango ke, manggis ke for me.

      Seldom shop also. Too damn stingy and I still wear clothes that I bought/tailored 10 years ago!

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    6. We two memang gang lah... I go to town, people scold me - said I bring shame to my family, always dressed up so shabbily. Not like my father, he would go out to town jalan-jalan, dressed up like going out for dinner one.

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    7. as long as ngum pakaithen okay la. If buy branded but pakai then look horrible then no point punya. They style not suit.

      but then now even the not branded ones also gettinbg to be mahal. one simple top already RM50 . The kain also lika ham choy kain

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  7. Morning everyone.

    It's a wet and moist morning today. ;p

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    1. Morning, Lina. So very hot here. I wish it would rain too...

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    2. Good morning Lina

      Yawn...so sleepy leh this morning..

      Now drafting tomorrow's blog post but no idea.

      cham or not?

      aybe tomorrow will go shopping. Might be seeing you tomorrow. Will call you up of I jadi go

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    3. Wahhhh!!!! So nice, so much money to go shopping... Buying mooncakes? Hint! Hint! LOL!!!!

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    4. STP,
      Meow bought a whole factory load of mooncakes already lah! Why? She didn't send some to you kah?

      Go sulk in the corner! LOL

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    5. WHATTTTTTT???? Where's my rope? I go and hang myself!!!! Bye bye, cruel world!!!!!...Ooopsss!!!! Rope putus! Too fat! LOL!!!

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    6. that's why she didn't give you any lah.. Later get fatter, car tyre also burst when you sit in car! Wakaka

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    7. Chup! Chup! Touch wood...Ptui! Ptui! LOL!!! Good excuse to console myself... Sobsss!!!!

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    8. what? no get mooncakes wanna die ah? not worth it la. haiyo

      dont wanna send you mooncakes la. Too sweet la. not good for your health

      anyway went to jusco yesterday...really siao la the people there. borong mooncakes like nobody business. I wanna buy ither things also kena queue cvery long....

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  8. Good morning everyone.


    wah sai emm sai ah queue up so early????

    First 100 customers get free shopping meh? No right?

    so why need to queue the night before? Same with the iPhone thingy. each time new launch sure have people queue up duno overnight or what.

    haiz...but can't blame them too la as am guilty of that too. There was a time when harry Potter final book was launched, I queue up at Kino 7am to get my pre-ordered copy. Then snap photos with the "Fat Lady" hahaha. That was fun.

    But then two three days later sakit hati coz a hypermarket selling the same book naround RM50 plus while i bought with discount around RM70 plus...


    that was my gila time la.

    I think i still gila nowadays coz if book sale i would queue up early. It's not as if it's free but then I simply kiasu la. Not as if I can buy all the books.

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    1. That's the trend I suppose. Nowadays people like to go for publicity too. Who knows they might be caught on air.

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    2. Crazy? I think I did those crazy thing in my early 20s. Queued to get autograph from my favourite singer, Ronan Keating.

      But, but, he was here for several hours only. Needed to grab the chance to see his handsome face. Unlike H&M, the shop will be there forever, right? So why the queuing?

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    3. The KIASU syndrome...and then camwhore and post on Facebook, so proud already. I wonder what is there to be proud about, dunno what kind of mentality that is.

      Like the cheap breakfasts at the fast food joints - the queue so long....out into the road,round the corner also people will go and queue. Not that the breakfast is soooo nice. Give me free, I also don't want - I'm not a beggar!

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    4. STP,
      Hi-five!

      See how long the queue for that free ice-cream? Crazy. Make others affected just to eaet a scoop of Baskin-Robbins ice cream.

      Why so kiasu one? Really cannot afford to buy ah? o.O

      Then cannot get, got angry. Then complain everywhere. Haish...

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    5. Dunno how their brains function... Really can't understand.

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    6. ya kor...i see the long queue for the ice cream i was thinking why ...cannot afford to buy normal price meh? even if cannot afford then no need to eat la...no need to queue like 9 streets leh

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  9. I got my first piece of H&M top in Korean. No need to queue up at all. It was having sales that time. Now, I read your post, I regret for just buying one. I should have bought more and showed off in my FB eh!

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    1. Yan

      LOL...then school holiday you can come here and join the crowd la.

      In Korea very cheap meh? How much cheaper as compared to here?

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    2. I also don't know. I heard my friends went Hong Kong and bought a lot of H&M. So, I saw H&M outlet in Korean, just quickly grabbed one and paid. I bought a top for around RM60.

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    3. That is not that expensive wor.

      Even here a simple top is already around that price.

      I wonder H & M over here the price will be affordable or pricey ....but i sure wont be going there la so soon

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    4. H&M used to have promotion even in Europe when I was there recently. But I didn't go for that as it's not cheap though.

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    5. Yesterday passby UniQlo....saw not many people pun there. Not like when opening people queue like made to go in

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  10. There were so many kiasu people there. Shake head. If it is free also, I don't think it worth sacrifice my beauty sleep.

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    1. Clothing I wont kiasu. But if books especially the Big Bad Wolf Sale I will go CRAZY.

      Just cant help myslef. It's like kena rasuk hantu.

      whole day spent there also wont feel tired.

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    2. Meow, I also got kiasu, I kiasu when comes to my girls' studies now. Not so much about my own things already.

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    3. true also, Yan. Once got kids then we tend to kiasu buy stuffs for kids instead of ourselves.

      When buy stuffs for ourselves then will think many times before paying . However if buy for kids then wont think so much

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    4. I'm too old to kiasu for this kind of event la. What iPhone launching la, new restaurant opening la, new car la, whatever... none of my business. I rather stay at home and spend my day lazying on the couch, watching TVB drama series.

      When younger with more energy and time, maybe I'll go lepak and join the madness la. Maybe, only. Because I'm such a lazy bum myself.

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    5. Like that time they gave RM500 - alamak the people outside the office, getting the form - like a riot going on...but look at their cars, put my old Wira to shame...and wear branded stuff some more - NIKE shoes...but so poor meh? RM500 also have to rebut like that? Disgraceful lah... Some even resort to falsifying claims. I may be poor but at least, I have my dignity...not so shameful like those people.

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    6. MY Dad didn't go and claim that RM500.00 never bother. Some more, need to declare stuff... you know they collate the info over at Kem Kewangan. Later, IRD can happy happy find you and ask you to pay income tax! Just for the sake of you getting RM500 once!

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    7. Yes, in the news here - some got caught and got charged in court! Padan muka! So greedy! Got a cheating case...a woman wanted to claim the RM500, con-men pretending to help cheated her of her RM1,000 savings instead. Muahahahahaha!!!! Some people never learn!

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    8. LOL...RM500 of coursw wanna go rebut la.

      Arthur, you see their cars are big but maybe they are the "ahmad" only. The car belongs to the big boss leh

      anyway, true what Lina have to say about having to declare so many stuffs. Got a friend told me her customer went and claim the RM500. End up a few months later kena one letter asking the client many question about his income. Chammm

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  11. May be H&M gave the first 100 customers free goodies. I guess most youngsters will go queuing. Youngsters have youth and time to waste. Mak Yan doesn't have the luxury to waste such energy and time anymore.

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    1. i wonder where the youngster have so much money.

      No need to work and parents give ka?

      even if free goodies bag also no need to queu up overnight gua...the most cost of the goodies bags is like rm50? aiyp for that queue up overnight really tarak kerja

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    2. Meow, the only thing that i lack of is sleeping. That's why I overslept yesterday. So nothing will worth me to trade in my sleep.

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    3. If am not enugh sleep I will become grumpy. ask me go shopping also wont have mood.

      But my son is different. even if he sleeping then wake him up just like that, very seldom he grumpy. Guess kids are not like adults la

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    4. I'm like you. My daughter knows...if not sleep enough, better don't kacau. Very grumpy! LOL!!!

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    5. Only your daughter know ka? LOL


      Okie okie...make sure you get enough sleep ya before coming to kL

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  12. Good morning guys. The world is going crazy with crazy people. Maybe SK's guess maybe true, 'paid' to Q for publicity & marketing strategy.

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    1. Paid to queue? hmmmm.....could be also . Now people will do all sort of things for the sake of publicity.

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    2. I believe that could happen. It's a strategy to get people to join in the crowd and thus it's being publicized further.

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    3. guess that's why so many youngster go gua. Earn more money

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  13. Heard there are 'paid mourners' together with the next of kin to cry aloud at a funeral so what else people will do for $$$?

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    1. That paid mourners long time already go la. Sometimes the person who pass away doesn't have children so have to pay mourners to cry on behalf .

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    2. These days, so hi-tech, can just use recorded crying lah... Hehehehehe!!!!

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    3. eee...no thanks...record crying is so eerie. Better pay people to cry than record.

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  14. Nope not for Bananaz..got demophobia. When younger times OK lagi crowded lagi best. Now even going to pasar malam also takut kena squash.

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    1. guess the older we gets the more we tend to avoid crowded area.

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    2. Not because we're older...but because we are more matured, more sensible...and will not let out hearts rule our heads. Not some stupid silly teenager anymore...plus we are more careful with our money, knowing that they do not grow on trees nor will drop down from the sky.

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    3. true also what Arthur said. But some teenages are silly but not stupid la. Like what SK said. Maybe they are :"earning" money from queueing up? Get the crowd to follow

      But if they doing uit for real, i think their parents will be the most sakit hati.

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  15. Good morning everyone! Happy Wednesday!

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    1. Morning, TM. You sound real cheerful today. What have you bought from H&M? You so kaya one, sure must have gone there many times already one.

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    2. I didn't buy anything from there lah. I buy stuffs from pasar malam!

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    3. Eh STP I am always happy when I log into SK's blog otherwise I will come in at night when my stress have evaporated. I wish I am so free like you. No need to work but got so much money in the bank!!!

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    4. Where got money in the bank? Very free, no work...that bit is true. Have to tighten belt lor... Nobody sends mooncakes, no need to eat lor... Hint! Hint! LOL!!!!

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    5. eh tak sangka TM also buy stuffs from pasar malam wor

      I thought auntie like me baru go pasar malanm and fight with people for the cheap stuffs

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  16. Where will they open this outlet? My idiot friend went to queue up at 8am before the opening at MV. He told me got more idiots who were earlier like 6am

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    1. Kekekeke....me lah one of those idiot friend when it comes to books sale.

      But clothing store opening no need to invite me la.

      Even got some advertising company invite me for event such as this. Get goodies bags. But I malas wanna go.

      Go there get goodies bags, then later hands itchy , $$ will fly pulak.

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    2. It's at LOT 10 lah! Adoi!!!! Me, halfway across the world, I also know... Tsk! Tsk!

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    3. Adoi! I also don't know where is the outlet's opening. Kalah to STP!

      TM, you said them idiot for queuing up so early, surely they call you outdated uncle for not knowing what that great hassle is about~~

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    4. Just ask them what H & M stands for. I can assure you they do not know, much less tell you any information about the chain. Gaya memang ada, kepala all kosong!!!!

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    5. I do wear UniQlo stuffs but I won't queue up lah. There is no free lunch in this world. Next year I will buy UniQlo from Japan again, very much cheaper and latest fashion.

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    6. Don't care about H&M.

      S&M I tau la... kekeke

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    7. TM,
      I always buy stuff over at Uniqlo Japan but now got in KL already... malas mau beli. Everyone also have them.

      But I'll get the baju I know not sold in Malaysia... like my son's fleece jacket he wore when we were vacationing in Japan last year. ;)

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    8. I hear you, TM, next year go Japan again. woot! woot! TM is so rich, going japan like I go Lake Garden.

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    9. Mak Yan, I flew Air Asia and it was dirt cheap fare la. "Everyone Can Fly"....
      This time I will wait for the Zero Fare promo. My friend got her tickets at less than RM300 for return trip to Osaka.

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    10. Lina the prices here in KL are ridiculous! I got my shorts there for less than RM40. Murah!

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    11. Omigawd!!! His shorts RM40.00!!!! Me, t-shirt, shorts and underwear altogether don't come to that much even!!!! Memang orang kaya, this TM!

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    12. Everyone can fly...but cannot fly to Sibu. Fly to Japan, buy shorts RM40 plus airfare RM300, hotel, makan, etc...etc...etc.... Oooo...so very cheap hor!!!

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    13. Konichiwa STP! You kanasai la. LOL Kakakakakakaka

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    14. wah now everyone is fighting for the title whose shorts is the cheapest is it?

      TM, you duno STP dont take Air Asia meh? Mayor of siu lh...must fly MAS only leh.

      Lina "S&M I tau la... kekeke" kelakar betul la.

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  17. Now this 15 hours earlier is absolutely crazy. It reminds me of that Hello Kitty Mania at the McD outlets in Singapore. Parents were queuing and fighting fists at the crowd.

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    1. eh Malaysia also have mah...

      Remember 10 years ago the McD also have this...the small bear one.

      I also go craxy and buy that but tarak queue up early kmorning la. Lunch time go McD there buy la. Tarak collect whole set. Just certain pairs only

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    2. They have to be awaken all those hours too! Crazy but to those people involved, it's kind of fun to them.

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    3. Meow, got small bear ka? Not hello kitty collection?? I know many went crazy for hello kitty. The guys would queue and collect all for their beloved girlfriends, the girls would stomp their legs and pull long faces if the boyfriends refused to buy for them. No?

      There was one time, the McD snoopy collection was highly sought too. I got a few, but some crazy friends got the whole set and they even framed it up!

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    4. I paid my students to go and queue and buy the Hello Kitty for my daughter. They get paid, they eat the meal...I get the Hello Kitty. Don't expect me to go and queue.

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    5. I still keep the Winnie the Poohs & Mashimaro's toys from McD that Zaini got (and queued) for me.
      Didn't ask him to get it... since I don't really care about soft toys but he got the whole set and gave it to me as a surprise.
      Still in very good condition. Still got the sound also. Battery belum habis. xD

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    6. I have Sesame Street complete set. I did not queue. At the end of the offer, there were leftovers...so I bought one set.

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    7. Got small bear...the wedding bear, the farm bear, the duno what bear. that collection la.

      The hello kitty collection i also have queue up to buy but not complete set. That one hubi go buy from genting Mcd LOL.....no queue

      Yes, here have the Sesame street set too

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  18. SK mana Ada crowd phobia? You could queue up in the crowd to see your Doraemon !!

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    1. Doremon is different mah. If you ask him queue up buy baju i think he will phobia la.

      Doremon is like his "lover"

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    2. SK's macam growing fatter. His clothes nampak so tight so I guess he can go and buy a few nice new outfits. TM, you go with him lah...and pay for him - you so rich and generous and he's so nice and sweet to you one.

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    3. Weiiii STP why always think I am rich? You didn't know that SP is billionaire lah, so much shares and investments he has. We must go near him and get spilled!

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    4. STP,
      Not SK's muscles getting bigger meh? That's why the baju so ketat. hihihi

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    5. Muscles? Looks like FAT to me, join TM gang! RICH & FATT & FAT! LOL!!!

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    6. STP you damn short sighted la. Where I got so fat? Ask SP la, he saw me for many hours.

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    7. no la....coz SK buy baju one size smaller kot? maybe go sale and buy...no more size...so buy size s...that is why he look BIGGer lor....kakaka

      dies...this comment he sure deduct my point

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  19. Wah.....u so pandai one....can even guess it was a marketing tactic to pay those ppl to queue up.

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    1. My hubby also phobia of crowd. He rather stay at home than to squeeze with crowd. But I'm different. When I saw crowd, I got excited and will join in the crowd to see what's happening. haha

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    2. But I definately won't queue up for such grand opening unless they give free items worth the hours of queue I have to sacrifies.

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    3. Maybe I will queue up if I'm too boring and all alone in this world one of the day.... But to think back, it will be quite fun to queue up with friends also.... if really nothing to do la.....

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    4. If the cloths are really cheap, then worth buying. If it was because of grand opening and being the first few to buy the cloths, then not worth it la....I'm more practical la... money still comes first.

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    5. I am very very sure that they do not have my size - end of story! LOL!!!!

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    6. ya lor...at first i thought those kids so kaya and so crazy to go queue up so early. When sk mentioned marketing tactics i baru perassan

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  20. The kiasu attitude has landed here. Many years ago, I only get to see this "queuing thing" in Japan or Hong Kong. What were they thinking actually? Does being the first customer in the outlet's history feels good?

    Unless the outlet pay me to queue in front of the shop, with good hourly wage, plus extra extra benefits (like free cash vouchers) and I'm still single, why not? Better than ding-dong at home doing nothing :p

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    1. Singapore also. From the 90s, queuing to eat at a place... I'd rather go elsewhere to eat. Nothing can be possible THAT nice...and they're not cheap either. Anybody queued for the xiao lung pao at Paradigm that day? Gila!

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    2. guess its everywhere now la

      what Xioa long pau at paradigm mall? not keen on xiao loong pau.

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  21. waiting is probably what i hate the most i guess im just inpatient guy thats is haha

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    1. LOL...guess what till you have a girlfriend. Then you will queue up for anything that she wants. You only stop doing that when you guys got married

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  22. at store restaurant or where ever if thre a long line i will just go to others stores

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    1. same here...sometimes it's not worth waiting coz when you get into the restaurant, the food quality and service may not be as good coz too many customers already. end up unhappy

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  23. but in terms of job related of meetings i always want to be one of the first i never let anyone wait for me

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    1. That is veryu good. But then when you older you must think of a marketing strategy too. sometimes get people wait for you but not wait long. To show that you have others people waiting your time. show you are important enough.

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  24. have a great day and happy bloggin sk god speed my friend

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    1. If queueing up for iPhone5, may be still acceptable for me, but H&M is only a clothing brand wo...

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    2. Although these people are quite kiasu, but I really salute them! It takes time, energy and patience to queue like that! *hats off*

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    3. It depends on people la and what their priority.

      Like my obsession is books. if as me queue for iPhone or clothing then i wont have the mood but if for books then i dont mind

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  26. LOL! I never like to queue for anything so definitely I won't queue for this!

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  27. Oh wait! Early birds no freebies still wanna queue?!!!

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  28. Just like people queuing for iPhone. Need or not?

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  29. I'll wait the hype slow down only pay it a visit~~

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  30. 俾錢請返嚟排隊?都有可能架!其實我都唔明,有時啲名店前都有條龍,唔洗錢咩?!

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