Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Haze Returns

Yes. The haze has returned. I am sure those living in the Southeast Asia region knows very well what I am going to write about. I am not going to put the blame on one particular nation, because honestly, even my neighbors have this habit of burning dry leaves in their garden, which is definitely a form of open burning. 

And they still do that even when the smoky pandemic returns to haunt us. Well, can't blame them when they are least bothered about air pollution. I mean, who really cares ? Of course, undeniably there are still those who are trying to spread awareness regarding environmental issues, but then, how many of us practice what we preach ? 

Humans. They just love to burn things.  * humming Adele's Set Fire to The Rain *

By the way, for those who are pondering how "hazy" Seremban is, here are two pictures to give you a clear idea of what I am "breathing" in. 

taken two days back from home.

taken this noon

probably the government's reaction to the current haze issue

Aku Sayang PM. I love my Prime Minister, because he is the best prime minister in the whole wide world, and he is the most brilliant of all leaders. Well, I shall leave that to the readers to decipher on what I was trying to convey just now.

Lastly, to all readers who live in Southeast Asia region,

Time to put on your surgical masks, reduce your outdoor activities. If you happen to have the idea of a romantic outdoor lovemaking session with your other half, please do so inside your bedroom, because that activity requires a lot of fresh air and oxygen, and doing that indoor is probably the best idea for the time being. Don't forget to drink plenty of water. No, I didn't mean that, don't drink plenty of water before you make love, you might end up with the urge to use the loo while doing it, and it might frustrate your other half. What I meant was, stay hydrated throughout the day. Drink plenty of warm water.

Take care and bless it be.




  1. yes our neighbours are burning dry leaves and our "neighbours" ARE burning dry leaves! in all sense...


  2. hahaha, true that...

    but Mount Sinabung's eruption yesterday is definitely going to cause mayhem around SEA region, first, it's smoke, now it's volcanic mineral ash in the air we breathe...

    heard it's going to affect flights to Medan and Jakarta as well....