William, Cynthia, Wuan and I had dinner at one of the Chinese restaurant in SS2 Petaling Jaya last Saturday. It was a noodle house that served lousy tasting bowls of la mian. I will not recommend anyone to patronize this shop. The less than pleasant food went very well with the letdown that Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest flung on us. I do not like movies without an ending, or one with an ending that leads to a sequel. It is a pity that I liked Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl enough to bug the trio into watching it with me.
So, after a meal that I would rather forget, we got back to the car. After I was comfortably seated, William asked for my camera. While we waited in the car, he was outside shooting away with the camera pointed down at the parking lot next to ours. We wondered what it was that caught his attention. I thought it was something in the drain, a large fish perhaps, or an animal carcass.
When he got back into the car and passed the camera to Wuan, he said to me, “Put this in your blog.”
It was much later when I reviewed the images on my laptop that I realized what it was. It was a knocked-down sign for an accessible parking lot with text in three languages: Malay, English and Chinese. The English text read: “You have taken my car park. Please take along my disability.”
Photo by William.
Photo by William.
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