The thieves will be cursed-to-death – Part 2


It’s been quite some time that I did not monitor the share price of Gamuda. I thought it was still going up and down between RM8.00 and RM9.00.


A: What’s the price for Gamuda share now?

B: RM7.30 only.

Me: Huh? That low?

B: Yeah. Something bad has happened to Gamuda, and this affected the price.

Me: What is it?

B: You got robbed right in front of Gamuda’s main entrance! Remember?



I’ve just calculated my losses… to have everything back, I need to fork out around my 1-month salary *sobbing* anyone out there to sponsor/donate/subsidize a bit?


Hand phone = 600

Portable hard disk = 300

Specs = 200

Pen drives (2GB+1GB+128MB) = 100

Purse = 80

Replacement fee for all the bank cards = 150

New license = 60

Miscellaneous (the hand bag, cosmetics, all the membership card, stationery) = 200

My newly bought English novel = 20

Cash in the purse: 200


Total: RM 1,910!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Please help to curse the thieves, would appreciate it so much.


Most importantly: the data saved in the portable hard disk, which I did not back-up = PRICELESS!!!!! 


4 Responses to “The thieves will be cursed-to-death – Part 2”

  1. 1 Siew August 2, 2007 at 10:13 pm

    wah !!!!
    really rugi alot !! 

  2. 2 Cheah August 3, 2007 at 9:20 am

    So sorry to hear about your great losses :\'(
    BTW, where did you get the cat and it\’s action? 

  3. 3 samantha August 3, 2007 at 9:13 pm

    it\’s a GIF file, i forgot where did i get it from

  4. 4 June August 7, 2007 at 11:45 pm


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