Why is there a national predilection for snuffing out models?


An drew

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Is beauty dangerous? Is it a national pastime?

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An drew

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Ask Yaw Shin Leong, Ng Boon Gay & Peter Lim whether beauty is dangerous or not.

National pastime? :bsmilie:
In Singapore it is
[h=2]英雄难过美人关[/h]
In Malaysia it is
[h=2]美人难过英雄关[/h]
 

Yutaka Go

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In Singapore it is
[h=2]英雄难过美人关[/h]
In Malaysia it is
[h=2]美人难过英雄关[/h]
You mean
[h=2]美人难过狗雄关[/h]:bsmilie:
 

daredevil123

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BTW TS, the 2nd pic you posted is actually pic of Korean singer U;Nee, not the Mongolian.
 

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I don't understand why they want to kill beautiful women across the causeway. :dunno:
In recent years several murder cases in Sydney the girls were often killed by their boyfriends.

I'm not saying Malaysians are following Australian examples.

Here's a prominent one:

"Simon Gittany has been jailed for a minimum of 18 years with a maximum of 26 years for killing his fiancee Lisa Harnum by throwing her off a Sydney high rise in 2011."

 

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An drew

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In recent years several murder cases in Sydney the girls were often killed by their boyfriends.

I'm not saying Malaysians are following Australian examples.

Here's a prominent one:

"Simon Gittany has been jailed for a minimum of 18 years with a maximum of 26 years for killing his fiancee Lisa Harnum by throwing her off a Sydney high rise in 2011."
I think the murders in Malaysia are not simple lust or relationship murders, there could be a political or cover up motive. :think:

 

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