wordless wednesday

10 comments:

Mamamya said...

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Anonymous said...

Kalo g Cape Town, SA bawalah daku bersamamu. Boleh tunjuk jalan tu, jalan ni. Kan senang.

Azian

ZuNas77 said...

Nadiah, bila nak amik cuti datang sini?? jom ler dating2..nak bgtau something nih..

dyanna said...

nak tak nak kita selalu akan sort and categorize people consciously or subconsciously.
be it skin color. political belief. fashion sense. music. sports team.

is it human nature?

Maybe there's nothing wrong in putting people into boxes, JUST DON'T treat them differently.

dieya said...

k lieya,
:-) :-D B-) :-D :-p *_*
hahaha takmo kalah ni!

azian,
jom2 kita pegi sesama.. seiring dan sejalan kay!

zu,
u know what, come to think abt it i can actually pegi sana real soon. nanti i e-mail u k :-)

dyanna,
i guess it's easier to identify ppl as a group rather than individually. makes everything a lot more predictable.
human nature, maybe. herd mentality, perhaps. we humans love to belong to a group.
absolutely, just be fair to everybody. focus on similarities, not differences.

Nazimah said...

agree! agree! :)

wahida said...

teruja tgk green tea milk kat n3 bawah tu...

dieya said...

ct,
good girl :-D

k wahida,
nampak sedap kan!
p.s. thanks for dropping by n following me. lawatan balas akan menyusul :-)

Maya Marisa said...

I know I know!

The scene took place at High Court Annex, Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town....

horror betul la dorang nie. ada ker segregate their people up to 7 races, pastu ikut skin colour la, hair types la...kesiannnn

dieya said...

maya,
pandainyaaaaa.. mummy sapa laa ni.. hihihi
tuh laa kan, siap kena ikut skin tone. kalau pakai garnier white then jadi 2 tona lebih cerah, agak2 bleh naik hierarchy tak?