Speed and coffee


To many in Malaysia it means parting with RM300.00 to pay the fine.

Elsewhere in the world some people take it at their own peril to feel wide awake, excited and chatty.

To me it means a nagging problem solved.

And I’m wide awake here at 4:00 am due to a concoction of another kind of more harmless speed.

Honda Accord's speed sensor

A faulty one might make you speed above the limit, as well incessantly nagging you with a yellow-colored engine alarm.

Malaysia's very own Kopi-O (black coffee)

About nordin

I view myself as a quiet and low profile person. Additionally, my former landlady in Nedlands, Perth, Western Australia once told me I was an "intense" person. Well, she might be correct as well ...
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1 Response to Speed and coffee

  1. Jalis says:

    Thanks for this nice article !

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