Monday, October 29, 2012

PUNG-KORR!

Pangkor is fantabulous!


Superb place to feed your piranha camerawrs! *Bamm!




Gotta give my partner in crime Cass some credit 'cause she was the one who initiated the adventure.


Folks, let me now begin the tale that has never been told - a tale so true that... it is actually trueee.

In a land not so far away across the sea and some reefs and crabs and seashells, is an island called Pung-Korr, a place potential for various exciting happenings you could not even imagine about it!


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This place is so awesome that even the trees will stand one kind, having their own unique style of posing. And such pose is extremely popular among brides. And grooms...



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The magical place makes people go... er... act like.. a way so amazing i can't even explain...


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#3 This is John.




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The natives can somehow camouflage themselves so be aware that they are in fact watching. No littering okay? Or you'll get sucked into the sea. And become sticks.


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#5 Me and my pet t-rex and my precious camera! The perfect team for any adventure!


If any of you do decide to hop onto the island, i should alert you about this diva spiral maze that craves for attention. Just take a pic with it as the background and you'll escape from it's entangling vines of vanity.



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#6 Li Rong.


Pung-Korr has got some really hi-tech defense system that works by itself but don't be fooled by its antique-like features! It can come to live... at night (not a proven fact but is a possible theory).



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#7 This is John. Again.


I really admire the disguise.. there's so much detail that it seems legit.



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#8 Could the backdrop be made of cereal cardboard? You wouldn't believe it.



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#9 Testing its durability. It's a giant cereal cardboard. Yeah that's believable.


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#10 It's a human sucking cereal cardboard. Awesomeness!!!


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#11 This is Alpha. Ambassador of ancient human-eating cereal cardboard?


Moving on to the land of silhouettes, where everyone's face is nothing but black, charcoal black (i'm not being racist... or colorist).



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#12 Within the blackness they sell keropok and snacks and other edible crunchy stuffs that promotes zits.



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#13 What did i say about black faced people?



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#14 He heard me. Sorry...



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#15 Buncho painted boats. 


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Don't be surprised if you smell something during your adventure here... It is absolutely normal.


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#17 What's that over there?


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#18 Salty sun-bathing fishes. Don't talk to them, they bite.



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#19 And don't talk to the cat either. You'll look stupid.



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#20 You can talk to leaves. They keep secrets really well. Guaranteed.



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#21 Rusted nails seems talkable too. Try it.



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This leaf shot marks the spot where i told my secrets at. They seemed to be drooping from the info-overload. Hmmm...



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#22 Don't talk to gloves. They'll betray you.


There's a place to grow younger? Or shrink younger? I dunno i'm not brave enough to try.


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And they have taxi vans that are pink in color. Super colorist lorr....



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If you're planning to embark on this trip, go get a good pair of sunnies...



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Good luck. (:




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This is the end of a fictional story by mabelstory. Kbye.

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