Saturday, February 2, 2008

Rojak-ed Tiger

I was taking a break from studying the other night, when I ended up in one of my friend room. They were blueing watching some Youtube videos featuring Datuk Siti Nurhaliza and her latest appearance in some concert known as Jom Heboh. While watching the video, we were commenting about how she has look different compared to the time when she was still in her single days. It is something common for any artist to gain some weight after marrying, especially after being married to a Datuk like her.
On the contrary, one of us suggested that there are still some artistes who still maintain their body shape, up until their late 40's and 50's. Our chat somehow turned into one of Malaysia's well-known actress and television personality singer, Maya Karin. The topic changed from gaining weight after marriage, to individuals who are from mixed parentage. We refer this group of people in a more common term – rojak; with me being one of them.
So, I was telling my friends that the beautiful and talented Maya Karin is not pure Malay, as she is born to a German father and a mother Malay, Chinese and Indian parentage. What a bersatu-padu girl she is - a mixture of milo + susu + kopi. I would say it a perfect combination. Danny Ooi should consider entering her name into the Malaysia Book of Records as the "Most Patriotic Malaysian". Anyway, came the crapping part. One of us wondered how mixed blood generations is possible and how they are produced.
"Ei, I always wonder how it happen lah. I think they accumulate all the sperms of guys from different countries, say one from an Englishman, one from India, then another one from Malaysia, then mix them in one bowl, stir it properly until it mixed well and then, ... " (you know the next process).
Sounds just like making a milk shake. Or in case you fancy something different, try recalling the art classes during your school days. You usually will mix all the used coloured water together in one bigger mug at the end of the lesson, after you have finished your artwork, isn't it? Mix all the coloured water - red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple together and you will get a dark liquid form of chemical substance that you would be proud of it. Now, instead of coloured water, it's sperms from different guys and you get a mixed sperm blood baby.
When you come to think of it, it has some logic in that method, isn't it? Perhaps all three of us were thinking way too far out of the box, since it was quite late already that night. Now, I am wondering whether it is possible to mix sperms from different individuals together. If so, then we shall call these sperms as GMS (Genetically Modified Sperms), to counter the sale of GMF in the market.
Our attention later turned into animals.
"Before trying that on human, I think better try out on animals first lah. Like mouse," I suggested.
"And you will come out with a spotted mouse, or a stripped mouse, rite?" was one of the reply I got. All nodded their heads in agreement to my genius idea. In the end , we came to a conclusion that tiger is the result of a female cat making love with a male zebra.
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picture taken from Flickr
It makes sense, isn't it?

21 comments:

Ms AuSGtralia said...

you are a rojak kid meh?!

calvin said...

@ Ms AuSGtralia:
yes, of course! how could you never knew about it? you call yourself my ka ch'ng?

ns29 said...

why must sperms only huh..
u know..it is small but it is one thing..
not like liquid which u can mix..
if u mix also it will be the 'liquid' around it got mixed..but not the 'isi' inside it got mixed bah..
(trying hard to imagine GMS)
still..it is not like GM Foods...

and still the same thought...
what if GMO..
O..u able to get what i mean right???

michelleg said...

-.-ll lol

tkc said...

Lol..no idea how your theory about mixed blood baby could come out that way..but IMO it's not likely to happen..because the fetus is formed by a single sperm not with the whole rojak solution you mixed..and no matter how hard you try to stir it until it becomes utterly rojaked..

tkc said...

...I couldn't stop myself..so here goes again..if you were to perform the mixing method that you have suggested, you don't get a mixed blood baby. But in the contrary you will get a mixed chances of getting a baby with pure lineage of either English or Indian or Malaysian..

Ms AuSGtralia said...

u mix what arh? lol

calvin said...

@ ns29:
you ask me why?
that's because we are engineers, not a doctor nor a veterinarian. hence, our theory of the reproductive system is a bit different from the normal one.

and yes, i got you. you were referring to genetically modified orang-utan, right?

calvin said...

@ michelleg:
i was actually expecting a better reply from a doctor, only for you to give me that kind of reply.

-.-ll

calvin said...

@ tkc:
like i have said, the idea was just a random thing. perhaps it was due to the fact that we have studied too much until the wee hours in the morning. that is when all the craps will come out.

your explanation should come from people who are in the medical line. but anyway, that is how it actually works :)

calvin said...

@ Ms AuSGtralia:
i'm a mixture of a tadpole and an egg. after mixing and stiring both of them properly, i was created XD

Ms AuSGtralia said...

lol.
how come u dont have a tail then?

calvin said...

@ Ms AuSGtralia:
just like tadpoles, the tail disappeared naturally as i grow up :)

michelleg said...

hahaaaaa... alah, no need me to reply with medical terms ok.

sperm+ovum=fetus--->baby which is u

^^

tkc said...

hehe, LOL..^^ and when will your baby come out this year?

calvin said...

@ michelleg:
try reply with more canggih terms next time.

anyway, since:
A+B=C and B+A=C

given:
sperm+ovum=fetus--->baby which is me;

hence,
ovum+sperm=fetus--->baby which is you as well

XD

calvin said...

@ tkc:
i will tell you when the time is near. that time, you prepare some presents for my baby, okay? =D

CRAPPED!! said...

DUDE!!!.....mixing sperm won't make the baby mixed blood!

Mixing sperm of different country would just mean Olympic at cellular level. The colour of the baby will determine who got "gold" for 10cm swimming..

calvin said...

@ CRAPPED!!:
that is a creative anology. but the problem here is to determine who gets the "silver" and "bronze" medal, since there are millions of qualified candidates around =P

Ms AuSGtralia said...

omg hahahaha! reading this comments section, is more entertaining than the actual blog entry :P

calvin said...

@ Ms AuSGtralia:
that indirectly hints you to drop comments here more often if you are looking for some entertainment for yourself =D