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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    She's clearly a machik peasant.

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    More catchy and much more eliciting to her Malayness would be "Power sial!"

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    With 70% support, they can do whatever they like. Including telling Malays that they are inferior to Indians.

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    If she wants catchy she should go for

    Mo Money Mo HoneyMah!
    PM Lee Kuan Yew: “Whoever governs Singapore must have that iron in him. Or give it up. This is not a game of cards. This is your life and mine. I’ve spent a whole lifetime building this and as long as I’m in charge, nobody is going to knock it down.”
    #Hatersgonnahate

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    given all the alternative facts we are fed, I am sure this is catchy too.

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    One and only qualified Indian PE candidate praises herself, talking too much cock
    http://www.tremeritus.com/2017/08/31...too-much-cock/
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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    I think "do you do me" better.

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    To paraphrase Lionel Ritchie: "Do you, do me. Do it together, naturally."

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    Try sound it in hokkien teochew Cantonese will be funny.

    Sei kuat sei toh kan nan in cantonese sound bad.

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    Good one. U got talent.

    Must pass reput points around b4 giving to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by 50000 View Post
    typical PAPee SOP - Do good Do together means everyone wants credit - Do bad only, everyone siam...

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    The worse thing is minah is a lawyer and her engrand not good enough to detect the stupidity of the slogan? What it even means I also don't know

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    And minachee was speaker of parliament. Even CCS called her President she wad sotong to catch it.

    Proven Malays are stupid and lazy.



    Quote Originally Posted by The_Hypocrite View Post
    The worse thing is minah is a lawyer and her engrand not good enough to detect the stupidity of the slogan? What it even means I also don't know

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    He will defend everything they do:



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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    Are we supposed to be discerning?


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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    Yet another proof that Halimah is indeed a Malay. It's a literal translation from her native language, i.e. Malay.

    Formal Malay: "Berbuat baik lakukan bersama-sama".
    Informal Malay: "Buat baik-baik buat sama-sama".

    If she is an Indian, she would have used this as her slogan:
    "Intavoru inta peṇkuṟikaḷ makkaḷai vimarcittu ennai"

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    Quote Originally Posted by MyMother View Post
    She's clearly a machik peasant.
    I swear she doesn't even sound like a LAW CLERK, much less a lawyer or speaker of the house.
    PM Lee Kuan Yew: “Whoever governs Singapore must have that iron in him. Or give it up. This is not a game of cards. This is your life and mine. I’ve spent a whole lifetime building this and as long as I’m in charge, nobody is going to knock it down.”
    #Hatersgonnahate

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    This is apparently the best Malay in the country we can come out with....so suck it up buttercup.

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrooball (clone) View Post
    I swear she doesn't even sound like a LAW CLERK, much less a lawyer or speaker of the house.
    HY is more suitable to be car park attendant.

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Hypocrite View Post
    The worse thing is minah is a lawyer and her engrand not good enough to detect the stupidity of the slogan? What it even means I also don't know

    it means : "Do Good. Do Together"

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    Default Re: Halimah defends ungrammatical campaign slogan, calls it catchy

    Sadly thats the case - its getting worse with she is saying and doing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrooball (clone) View Post
    I swear she doesn't even sound like a LAW CLERK, much less a lawyer or speaker of the house.

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