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08 December 2011

SONY tu brand je

In my small circle of friends in Chukai, they might know what I meant by the phrase 'Sony tu brand je'. It has been something funny to us for about 4 years. Even in the small circle of friends, only 3 of them knew about the stories behind the phrase. I am not sure about some other friends but I am sure Apek, Amin and Ainul knew the story very well. It involved Pizza Hut and a gadget. Today, one of them wrote to me about it and reminded me how the phrase still is one of our best 'things' to remember. *Smiles
Although to two of them (who went to the same primary and secondary schools) keep insisting my Gong Pauh friend and me to stop it but they knew very well we could not. If you guys come home next holiday from the USA and Poland, the phrase 'Sony tu brand je' might be the first thing you hear from the two of us- the Mak Chili and Gong Pauh duo.

Since then, I have always smiled when I saw people struggling using any Sony products. No one can show that the phrase 'Sony tu brand je' lived up to its meaning better than my friend in Curtin, Intan. She struggled with her Vaio for quite some times and you would have no idea what words came out of her mouth when it broke down. Not once it happened, but quite a few times. 

You may forget what your friends have given to you on your birthday, but you will never forget the moments you were with them. 'Sony tu brand je' stays in my heart anywhere I go. I believe it does in the three As gang too!-The Chukai Insider

I just like this picture so much that I want to make it have a permanent place in my blog. 

1 comment:

  1. Ainul Mardhiah UbaidillahDecember 10, 2011 at 7:11 PM

    Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww this made my day. Hahahhaa!
    Agreed, sony tu brand je...aku struggle gok dengan camera sony lama aku. Tapi the frat boy may disagree with me sebab dia suka camera sony dia :\

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