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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Rosmah pays RM$1250 to dye her hair! : Does she color coordinate the hair on her head with the hair on other parts of her body?

Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan, who gave the briefing on the GST, said that many were still confused with the implementation of the consumption tax, thinking that it would cause prices of goods to increase.
"That is not right. People think that when the GST is implemented, the prices of goods, such as furniture, electrical items and clothes will go up but in fact, it would decrease.
"This is because the current sales and services tax is 16% but GST is only 6%, which would mean the prices of goods will fall," he said.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/rosmah-hopeful-gst-will-not-hurt-housewives-like-her#sthash.5q5nIo6L.dpuf
Rosmah redefines everything that I know about stupidity!
Now you and I know why this is a stupid thing to do

 
But for someone who pays RM1,200 to dye her hair at home and then talk about it on main stream media? What is that? A death wish?


Let us back up a bit on this one. When my wife was still able to dye her hair herself at home she was spending about $30 on Wella products to get it done. I can get my head around those kind of money because there is only one zero and one digit there. There were times when she would go to the hairdresser to do the same thing when we were staying in Bangsar and I was a bit cashed up. That usually set us back by RM$120 to $150 tops.

This Rosmah is talking about RM1,200 every time she dyes her hair! 

Why?  

Does she color coordinate the hair on her head with the hair on other parts of her body? 




Her arm pits hair, hair on her chest, her pubic hair and any other unwanted hair on other parts of her body? Does Rosmah have a "hirsutism" condition where hair grows on her where men tend to have hair - mustache or beard region, the chest or lower abdomen? So she dyes them to camouflage those unwanted hair? 

If that is how Rosmah's hair management strategies work then I guess the RM1250 might be reasonable because there is a lot of work involved there!

May I be so bold as to suggest one thing for Rosmah to consider.

If she wants to save a bit of money do what most other women do. Shave what hair you have got in "Australia" (Downunder lah) instead of dying it.

This video might help. Do not forget to have a shower first because it softens the hair down there! Never ever shave dry and never shave upwards ....and that is all that I, as a gentleman, am prepared to say in public about this. If you want to know more about how you should go about doing that please view the following video.

       


As for your tailored and made-to-order clothes I can understand why you cannot buy off the rack (you are too generously proportioned)  and I can understand why you are upset at the exorbitant profits you think these tailors are making (are they charging you more than what Hermes is charging you for a handbag? - how dare they do so! Shocking!). 

May I suggest something you can do to avoid becoming a victim of these high prices? Tell your husband to make sure that the Deputy Finance Minister Ahmad Maslan meant what he said when he said:

"People think that when the GST is implemented, the price of goods, such as furniture, electrical and clothes will go up but in fact, it would decrease".

Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan, who gave the briefing on the GST, said that many were still confused with the implementation of the consumption tax, thinking that it would cause prices of goods to increase.
"That is not right. People think that when the GST is implemented, the prices of goods, such as furniture, electrical items and clothes will go up but in fact, it would decrease.
"This is because the current sales and services tax is 16% but GST is only 6%, which would mean the prices of goods will fall," he said.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/rosmah-hopeful-gst-will-not-hurt-housewives-like-her#sthash.5q5nIo6L.dpuf
 Cakap mesti serupa bikin ma! Betul tak?

And what is this I hear you telling us that you do not have an income? Najib where got road? How can you send Rosmah off to Milan and Dubai in that government jet without giving her some pocket money to buy what she wants for herself? And I remember seeing pictures of her in Bangkok recently just looking around with no shopping bag in her hand. Highly irresponsible of Najib to do so. Surely you can afford to buy her one handbag? 

Rosmah is never afraid to speak out.  I admire her efforts to try and make sense of what is happening in Malaysia even as her cluleless husband stumbles form one crisis to another - though at times she too seems to lose her way and her train of thought gets derailed ala Donald Rumsfeld.

    

One thing for sure about Rosmah she tries. She has never succeeded, but she keeps trying!

Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan, who gave the briefing on the GST, said that many were still confused with the implementation of the consumption tax, thinking that it would cause prices of goods to increase.
"That is not right. People think that when the GST is implemented, the prices of goods, such as furniture, electrical items and clothes will go up but in fact, it would decrease.
"This is because the current sales and services tax is 16% but GST is only 6%, which would mean the prices of goods will fall," he said.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/rosmah-hopeful-gst-will-not-hurt-housewives-like-her#sthash.5q5nIo6L.dpuf

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