13 August, 2008

For the Ghost ? Deities ? or the Men ?

A group of aged aunties meet up for Tai Chi every morning in the park, they used to update the happening after the session.

On the recent Phor Tor or Hungry Ghosts Festival, one of them expressed utter disagreement for the ko tai (modern stage show) performance.

"Hai yoh yoh… the ‘Ko Tai' singers wear so less and so see thru, can see so much of her body" one of the silver hair auntie speak out loud.

"yah lor yah lor !! I can even see her panties when she do the dancing, really choy !! makes me poorer for not striking Magnum & Toto this week" the black mole auntie swings her towel with dismay. [Chinese believes bad luck upon see panties]

"How can this happen? Where is the respect shows to Tai Shu Yah God, and I feel shame to bring my grandson there, so shame shame ??” interrupted by white hair auntie.

The spicy gossips when on …. with their saliva showering the lawn.

The makeshift stage was located in the big field of the Taman, more than 100 plastic stools were provided for the audiences. The loud music blares throughout where the ENT doctor will walk smiling to the clinic with increasing patient. [ENT = Ear, Nose & Throat]

The front few rolls were occupied by the silver hair groups. Here comes the young, pretty show girl walking into the stage, she gains immediate welcome by the loud applause from uncles. Some uncles cling on to the very front stage where they have forgotten the advice they once given to the young for getting eyesight ruined by viewing too close.

With soft and sexy voice the singer murmured, every movement and gesture will thrill and hook on uncles’ naughty soul. Uncles go with the rhythm, making eyes contact, clapping with joy for song after song.

The fast-paced and loud music will make heart race faster, the sexy & revealing attire will cause nose to bleed, and provoking dance will let the foamy saliva oozing out.

Is the ko tai for the Ghost ? Deities ? or the Men ?


tony redgrave said...

positively, most definitely, for the men.

sigh... i haven't watched it yet, though. i'm missing all the fun.

SC said...

suggest to bring bucket to collect the foaming saliva. kekkekekek....

Pete said...

Ha Ha, this is entertaiment, Asian style. No wonder some of the ghost are still hanging around and refused to go back after the festival.LOL

mommyscchoo@yahoo.com said...

hehehe.... agree, agree, the 'ham sap guay'(cantonese)still at large.