Wednesday, September 20, 2006

The New Beach Wear

This is the new rage in town, to be exact, Ipoh town.
It's an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny PO-ME-LO bikini.

It's a one-size-fits-all. Even guys can own one. They only need some training on alignment.

With the government encouraging cultivating our own greens,
this could be a new slogan: GROW YOUR OWN BRA.

Hey, it's even good for the head. Grandpa has one. Want one?

For more info on Pomelo, click here for the Wiki version.

Source of pictures: Forwarded mail


  1. Anonymous2:44 PM

    WOW! I don't like it.

  2. Anonymous3:24 PM

    Sure can get in town ah
    I doubt I would be seeing this around for some time
    Heh heh heh

  3. Tempting fruit. I lick it, um like it.

  4. Ipoh's quite a long way away from any beach ... but that should not discourage anyone either!

  5. Ipoh town, where everthing is fair, including her women, has the best kuay teow and pomelo...and now, her marketing strategy can wow!

  6. It grabs you! This comfort fruit. Gives that latte a tangy twist!

  7. Hi Jacky, welcome to my blog where the place is nice(?) and the readers nicer.

    I like the way you said "Wow!" but you don't like it. Me neither. I was wondering whether I'll develop an allergy. Eeewwww!!!!!

    Z, lots in town, wor, especially now around the Mooncake Festival. I bet you'll look at pomeloes in a different light from now on. haha..

  8. Pandabonium, a fruit for a panda. ;)

    FH2o, yeah, that's good too for a hot sunny day.

  9. Joe, I agree, that's some marketing strategy. Competition is stiff there and stalls are all lined up - somemore with their own pretty girls too.

    Agus, haha! Comfort fruit, indeed. Which one are we talking about, eh?

  10. Btw, MM, I'm not able to view your blog in its normal state. I get it in Atom formatted XML site feed state. Can you please check that out? It's been like this for a week or so now. Is it just me?

  11. I am sure some sotong will do the trick too!±!! LOL!! Cute..

  12. Anonymous9:53 PM

    Hmm... Looks like Taiwanese rather than Ipoh to me... I think if they have it in Ipoh, the police would have come to stop the scene ASAP. HAhaha! And the pomeloes in Ipoh are way bigger... Hehehe!

  13. Mmmmm! I like it when women decide to go natural.

    Hey, wait...what are you thinking?!??!?

    BTW: I don't know what's up with my blog. I haven't made any changes in the settings (except to revise the link index), though the table format I used in a recent post turned out to be a disaster...

  14. Buahahaha

    I have a cat pics with a pomelo hat.. I will dig it out and send u..

  15. WOW!! Until the pic of the apek came up... then, it is all the way down...

  16. LB, sotong? LOL!

    Ian, eh? hahaha....

    MM said:
    "Mmmmm! I like it when women decide to go natural."

    Me too - natural is cool.

    My turn: Hey, wait...what are you thinking?!??!?

    Btw, yr blog is okay now. Am glad.

  17. Robin, great! One more for the collection?

    Lrong, LOL! Can't deny apek is sporting.

  18. Anonymous11:10 PM

    ya, be au naturale, dun wear anything!!! hahahaha LOLz

  19. Ha! I had an aunt and uncle in Hawaii who had a pomelo tree in their yard - I don't think they ever used them with quite so much, uh, flair...

    pomelo-head kitty is my favorite, though!

  20. Slurp! back to the days of Adam and Eve, eh?

    Bonnie, LOL! This is a useful plant, at least for the Buddhist/Toaist Chinese. The leaves are also used - for cleansing purposes. Even the skin is edible - normally stewed with meat.