they use the old way!!
just like the scene in P.Ramlee's bujang lapok.except that they didnt use the glass bottles to call their loved ones.
instead,they do it something like this:
they tie the letter with a rope and drop it to the receiver's house.
We received surat cinta a number of times. it's not a surat cinta actually,it's kinda surat pengenalan.haha.
so whenever we wanted to reply the letter, the sender,which is an egyptian,and lives a floor above us,will drop the rope and will wait patiently for us to tie the reply letter on it..after that,we have to pull it twice and the rope will suddenly being pulled by the upper floor.
they fooled us by telling us to shut up because they were having their exam season,and they wanted to study.we replied by saying,ok,we will keep quiet.(dalam hati mengutuk,kau bising time aku exam takpe la pulak?)
then the letters kept falling toward us asking what are our names,asking us out for lunch yada-yada..and THAT freaked us out!we lied to them our names,but we know who exactly live upstairs,beso, ehab and kareem.after they freaked us out,we ignored them,but then they treaten us la..asking us why we ignore them la..they even screamed:'why are you angry with me!' the other night.and THAT shuts us up.huhu.but we didnt do anything pon..we didnt even apologize.haha.and they gave up kot?they didnt drop any letter since then.
the sms cost us quite large amount of money.imagine 50 pastiers per sms.and if you wanna have a long chat,it will cost you 10 genih in a blink.that is the reason kot why people drop their surat cinta.huhu.
what if i do the same thing in malaysia.what will the malaysians think?
they will react by either..
kuno gile kau!
kedekut doh!sms murah maa!
kau duduk zaman bile?internet sudehh..
gile ke ape?
so,dont do this at home! or else people will think you're crazy and you'll end up in tanjung rambutan for the wrong reason and you just have to wait for me to come and visit you there.
i warned you!