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Ah the joy you felt when Encik JPJ finally passed you on your driving test (please ah, no rasuah)!

One man in China felt that same joy when he finally passed his driving test and decided to take his car out for a drive. Well technically, he felt overjoyed, because 10 minutes after getting behind the wheel, he drove his car straight into a river. As reported by LadBible, Zhang, who is from China, was reading messages of his friends congratulating him on his phone when there were suddenly two pedestrians in front of him. In order to avoid hitting them, he decided to turn left, instead of just…uhm…braking?

“While I was driving, I tried to grab my phone and read some messages while two people were in front of me on the bridge. I became nervous and turned left suddenly,” he said.

The fortunate part is that he managed to escape the car before it sank. Local residents who stood witness handed him some dry clothes and phoned the police to help get his car out. The unfortunate part is that the entire scenario was caught on CCTV in the city of Zunyi, province of Guizhou. For the time being, there is no word yet as to whether he will be charged with anything, but it seems to me, he has already paid for his overconfidence, since he had such short-lived happiness.


It is a great thing that nowadays there are a lot of places that make life easier for people with disabilities. More and more OKU parking spots are popping up to make special needs people’s lives more convenient. However, there will always be inconsiderate people who will park their cars on the OKU spots and act as if they own it.

Yesterday (4th March 2020) in Klang, someone parked their car at the OKU spot in front of a food court named Family Kopitiam. From the pictures, the car is a bluish-grey Vellfire and there is no indication that the car is driven by a special needs person.

The Selangor authorities then towed the car, and bystanders who saw the incident then uploaded the pictures onto social media.

The series of pictures has gotten quite a few reactions from netizens and most, if not all of them are delighted that this has happened.

Well, all we can say is that the authorities did the right thing! What do you think about this? Tell us in the comments!


Getting stuck in traffic might be a daily occurrence for many of us Malaysians who have no choice but to drive to and from work during peak hours. Everything you want to do after work has to be put on hold and it’s frustrating when you have to cancel plans like date nights and gym sessions.

However, no traffic jam in the world will stop this man from getting his ripped abs.

In a video posted on Facebook, a taxi driver in Bangkok, Thailand is seen vigorously doing sit-ups in the driver seat while waiting in traffic.

He was so enthusiastic about his workout that even his car moved in rhythm with his sit-ups, catching the attention of other motorists who recorded the video and posted it online.

Even when a pedestrian walked past his car, he paid no attention and continued his workout like his life depended on it.

The video has garnered 44,000 likes and 37,000 shares at the time of writing. Many netizens praised him for his dedication while others poked fun at their friends for making excuses about not having time to exercise.

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Book Chaoguay 发布于 2020年2月13日周四


We all know that Perodua Myvi is a little more special than the rest. Even though it is a small car, it is actually quite POWER. 

In a video posted on Facebook, CCTV footage managed to capture just how steady a Myvi is.

A red Myvi is seen driving on a street along some shop lots somewhere in Malaysia at a fairly slow speed.

Suddenly, a black Proton Wira comes zooming towards the Myvi from the back and attempts to overtake it by squeezing through the narrow space between the Myvi and the parked vehicles at the side of the road.

But because there’s not enough space to squeeze through, the Wira knocks the Myvi from the side and immediately gets overturned due to the sheer speed at which it was going.

The Myvi, however, was steady as heck and continues driving despite being bumped from the side a little.

The Wira is seen turned turtle as several passers-by gather around to help the driver out of the car.

It is not known if the drivers suffered any injuries, but we hope the driver came out unscathed.

At least he now knows not to overtake cars at such a high speed, especially not through such a narrow space.

Here’s the full video:


🤦‍♂🤦‍♂🤦‍♂Myvi vs Wira…😓😓😓

我们是马来西亚人 We are Malaysians 发布于 2020年2月17日周一

Fuh! Myvi damn power lah!


Likely inspired by the success of Emoji Mashup Bot, a Twitter account that publishes new-wave emojis made from existing ones, Google has launched “Emoji Kitchen” for its Gboard.

As of Feb 13, over 2,000 emojis exist according to Unicode Consortium, the leading reference site on all things emoji when all variants are taken into account. Now, Google is putting a whole new selection of characters at the fingertips of Gboard users by launching “Emoji Kitchen”.

The new emoji stickers are created in a similar way to those of the Emoji Mashup Bot, a Twitter account that randomly combines existing emojis to make new ones like a confounded jack-o-lantern or a grinning alien.

Unlike the Bot, however, the Google designs are created by hand rather than being automatically generated, making, the icons more streamlined. Users will be able to “explore new ‘recipes’ of expressions using your favourite emoji as ingredients”.

For example, if you’re feeling like a cowboy but are also feeling lovestruck, sad, or like a ghost, there’s not an emoji for that. Those with the feature will be able to simply tap on any emoji with mashup options to be prompted with a new collection of icons.

Emoji Kitchen began rolling out to Android users with the Gboard Feb 12.


At some point in our lives during childhood, we have been told to “jump more” in order to grow taller (because most of us are vertically challenged and our parents think it’s better to be taller). Remember how parents told us to play basketball or jump rope?

This saying still applies in this day of age, because a couple in China encouraged their 12-year-old son to jump 1,000 times a day. They had also offered him 10RMB (approximately RM6) for every 1,000 jumps he did.

Why would any parent want their child to jump a thousand times every single day? According to EBC News, this kid is 145cm, and the average height for kids that age is 152cm. And being typical Asian parents, they want him to grow taller and they also believed that jumping could help.

The boy’s father gave him a jump rope and managed to convince him to start jumping. From that day onward, he used the jump rope every day (other than days when he fell sick), and he even jumped up to 3,000 times PER DAY. After one whole year of jumping, the parents rewarded a total of 4,000RMB (approximately RM2,365).

We don’t know how he did it, 3,000 jumps a day seemed pretty extreme!

However, not only that the boy did not grow taller, but he ended up being the shortest student in his class.

It turns out that he had been spending the money he earned on unhealthy snacks like potato chips! This explained the mystery where he often lost his appetite at the dinner table and the “un-explainable” weight gain. His parents thought he was going through a hard time with academics, but he was actually just snacking endlessly.

“I used this method because I wanted my son to grow taller, but I didn’t expect it would make him a shorty instead.”

So, this is a clear example of how jumping rope does not help kids grow taller. Parents should really just accept that height is mainly affected by the parents’ genes, and also a healthy, balanced diet.


If you’ve been admitted to the hospital, it’s usually a sign you were really hurt or sick. In that situation, no one expects you to look your best when they come visit, as you should be totally focused on your recovery. However, this Vietnamese influencer couldn’t stand the thought of having her boyfriend see her without makeup even though she had been hospitalised, so she immediately put on full makeup when he said he would visit!

According to China Press, Wangmei was so excited that her boyfriend had told her he was coming to visit that she posted about it on Facebook with the joyful caption, “My boyfriend is coming to see me!”. Not wanting him to see her listless appearance, she immediately applied base makeup, eyebrows, blusher, eye shadow, and eyeliner, and even nail polish with earrings!

Despite her amazing makeup job even with a respirator attached, netizens criticised her for putting on such heavy makeup, saying there was no need to go to “clubbing makeup” lengths to look pretty. Her humongous pearl earrings also drew fire as some netizens said that she doesn’t even look like a sick person anymore.

Some netizens defended her, however, saying that it was possible that Wangmei didnt want to worry her boyfriend with her poor appearance, so she went to extra lengths to beautify herself.


The Black Labrador was discovered having the time of his life while in his owner’s car after the pooch had followed the man out for a joyride. However, it looks like the pooch got more than he bargained for as he was stuck inside the car while it spun in reverse for more than an hour, WFLX reported.

The incident, which happened at Port St. Lucie in Florida on Thursday (November 21st) at around 8.30am. One neighbour, Anna Sabol said she was surprised to see that there was a car spinning in circles outside the cul-de-sac. She thought it was an inept driver but when the car kept doing doughnuts, she felt it was weird.

She looked out of the window and saw two police cars coming and the fire department. They could only watch as the grey sedan continued spinning while the dog, named Max seemed to be enjoying driving. The police tried to stop the car with the owner’s key but it had run out of battery.

They could only watch as Max drove for about an hour before he crashed into a mailbox, a trash can, and moved some bricks in front of a home. The car slowed down and police managed to open the driver’s door by punching in the passcode.

Sabol said, “I laughed. I thought they should give that dog a license to drive. He was a better driver than a lot of them I’ve seen. He was doing pretty good until he hit the mailbox. He went around for about an hour without hitting anything at all,” Apparently, the dog’s owner, which wanted to remain anonymous, said that he had stepped out of the car for a moment when the Black Labrador somehow accidentally knocked the car into reverse and locked the door.

Luckily, no one was hurt in the incident, including Max. In fact, the dog seemed pretty happy about being in the driver’s seat for once as he had jumped out of the car, wagging his tail.

Watch the video here:

Car circles the cul-de-sac with ‘MAX’ locked inside

On November 21, 2019 at around 8:07 am, officers went to the 2600 block of SW Edith Court, Port St. Lucie, FL for reports of a dog locked inside of a car (2003 Silver Mercury Sable) circling the cul-da-sac while in the reverse gear.While on scene, police learned the owner of the car made a wrong turn onto SE Edith Court, therefore he (owner) stopped his car, stepped out and while doing so, he shut the door leaving the dog inside. The dog named MAX accidently hit the shifter into reverse causing the car to circle the cul-de-sac, leaving the owner locked out of the car. As the car circled the cul-de-sac, it struck and damaged a mailbox. The owner provided police with an extra car fob, however it was inoperable due to a dead battery, so police gained access by approaching the car and entering the code on the key pad located on the driver side door. No injuries were reported, and the car sustained minor damage. MAX was fine, healthy and happy!

Posted by Port St. Lucie Police Department on Jumaat, 22 November 2019


Monkey Does Online Shopping For Its Zookeeper

November 20, 2019 | Funny | No Comments

On Wednesday, 6 November, CCTV footage showed a sneaky fella using its zookeeper’s phone to make some online purchases.

The incident took place at Yancheng Wild Animal World in Changzhou, Jiangsu, reported Jiangsu TV, according to Daily Mail.

The zoo worker had reportedly gone away for a while to get food for the monkey and left her phone behind

Lv Mengmeng said that she was scrolling on the e-commerce website Taobao before she got up to get food.

However, when she got back, she found that she had received confirmation texts for orders she never purchased.

After checking CCTV footage, she discovered a cheeky culprit picking up her phone and tapping away at the screen

On top of having made several purchases, the monkey had also emptied Lv’s cart, which she had previously filled with items in preparation for the Single’s Day sale.

Lv revealed that the monkey may have picked up her habits because she often plays with her phone while it is around

“I like playing on my phone and I like playing on my phone next to it. It has seen me placing orders on Taobao,” she told Jiangsu TV, according to Daily Mail.

Good news for the monkey though, Lv decided to keep the purchased items anyway because they were all daily necessities.


All of us know that passengers are not allowed to enter the cockpit of an airplane. However, this woman from China managed to get into one, mid-flight!

She posted a photo of herself in the cockpit on the Chinese social media site, Weibo on Sunday and then it went viral because a person who works in the aviation industry captured a screenshot of it and condemned the action.

This is the photo,

As we can see, she is sitting rather happily in the cockpit posing with a V-sign, and on the table, there is a PROPER Chinese tea set.

The caption was:

“I am super thankful to the pilot! I am so thrilled!”

It turns out that the woman was a third-year student at the Guilin Tourism University, and she aspires to be a flight attendant after she graduates.

Upon investigation, it was discovered that the picture was taken in a commercial flight from Guilin to Yangzhou at the beginning of this year.

In a statement made on Monday (4th November), Air Guilin has said that the pilot of that flight will be banned from flying for life and the crew members of that flight will be suspended until future notice.

“Air Guilin always attaches great importance to passengers’ safety, and we have ‘zero tolerance’ for any improper and unprofessional conduct that may jeopardise aviation safety.”

The civil aviation law allows non-crew passengers in the cockpit only if their entry is deemed necessary and conducive for flight safety.