Korang suka tak dapat kad raya?
Saya suka sangat, especially bila dihantar by post gitu...
"Tapi selalunya kita yang mintak diorang kirim kad raya", I told a friend. I know..
Tapi kalau nak harap memang ada orang bangun pagi dan terus ke kedai cari kad raya dan terus pos kepada norizan adnan dengan kerelaan hatinya sendiri, memang tak pernah terjadi.
Saya sedih, "kasila kita kad raya", dengan tidak malunya saya cakap kat kawan tu. Selalunya kot cakap cenggitu misti kawan2 saya ajak tukar2 kad, which is fine with me.
Instead, this particular person shook his head n simply said, he NEVER send Raya Card.
Me: masa sekolah dulu xkan x kasi?
Me: masa korang bercinta?
Him: mana ada la..
Sebenarnya panjang lagi soalan saya. Nanti dia pangkah pulak kot semua details saya tulis. Dia cakap dia memang tak pernah kasi kad raya pada siapa2.
Mungkin muka saya nampak cam keciwa tahap gaban kot, he did send me a cute e-card.
Normally I'll make sure to reply d raya cards n messages promptly, but I did not reply his.
Sebenarnya haram ke bagi kad raya kat bukan muhrim.
Just raya wishes je kot...
Sebelum ni saya relaxed je bagi kad raya kat Ija a.k.a Khairul Rijal (tapi sekali je pun).
Terus saya x berani nak balas...
Tahun ni saya dapat satu kad raya.
It is a place about as far removed from the war-torn corner of eastern Ukrainian, where the Malaysia Airlines plane crashed from the skies, as is possible to imagine.
Boats sail serenely past on the canal, as cyclists pedal along the tow path. Children play in the sand pit set in a neatly-kept park, in front of the 10-storey apartment building.
But this building, in the well-heeled Dutch town of Voorschoten, near The Hague, has for some become the focus of anger at the downing of Flight MH17 - because the top two floors are owned by Maria Putina, daughter of the Russian president.
Miss Putina, 29, is said to own the huge penthouse flat with her Dutch boyfriend, Jorrit Faassen, 34, an oil executive. Ironically, the district of Voorschoten is called Krimwijk - which means Crimea.
Pieter Broertjes, mayor of Hilversum - the town near Amsterdam where the bodies of victims will be identified - has called for her to be deported.
In a radio interview, he said: "We could also deport Putin's daughter, she lives in The Netherlands. Then you've got a whole different signal you could give."
On Twitter, according to Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, people have called for protests in front of the building. Ukrainian activists were publishing the address and calling for demonstrations - which so far haven't materialised, and seen unlikely to do so.
Mr Broertjes later apologised for his comments, saying they were "not wise" but "stemmed from a feeling of helplessness that many would recognise."
But residents of the affluent town of Voorschoten did not appear to bear Miss Putina any ill will. "Why should she leave?" said Arnaud, the local postman. "Her father - he is a strange man. A frightening man, and it is so terrible that his support for the war in Ukraine has led to this.
"But we have nothing against her."
The apartment building which they own was built four or five years ago, locals say, with the majority of inhabitants wealthy Dutch doctors, lawyers and other professionals - most of whom claim never to have seen her.
"She has no life here, because she and her boyfriend mainly live in Moscow," said a woman delivering a community newspaper to each house.
"She's not registered at the municipal office so doesn't officially live here."
An elderly man watering his plants joked: "Yes, they live here, and every day we see them on their bicycles going out to the shops."
In April 2013 Mr Putin was reported by Dutch newspaper AD to have visited his daughter - and gone to the local supermarket in his blacked-out car.