A young man went to the barber shop. He stepped into the talc-smelled room with the determination to cut his messy hair, hoping that there will be no regrets waiting him after the ordeal is done. He started to appreciate the smallest little things that made home is where the heart is.
1. The sound of crickets at dusk.
2. The availability of awesome food and durian.
3. The neck twisting at the barber shop.
4. The Malaysian way of driving, compared to Egypt.
5. The availability of air-conditioned transportation being it a taxi, a bus, the public trains and even your own car.
6. The semi-efficient public transportation.
7. The malls that exceed necessity.
8. Ice everywhere.
9. The fact that it gets cooler as the day dawns.
10. The vacant city at night.
11. The traffic lights.
12. The availability of cheap and of good quality accessories from shoes to underwear.
13. The manners.
14. The trees and the rain.
15. The cloud that shield us from the scorching sun.
16. The fact that I don't need to hurry to the nearest hospital and rush to take a number if something health-threatening happens to me.
17. The peace. I can go out at dead night and return with a smile.
18. The existence of kedai mamak 24/7.
19. KL. Gotta love KL.
20. The abundant movie theaters.This includes all the facilities that help us to waste time in an efficient manner.
21. The absence of lagu joget arab.
22. The existence of drinks with no pulp and food with no bread.
23. The cats that aren't scared shit of people.
24. The rivers.
25. The weird superstitious Malay beliefs of jinns and rasuk-rasuk craps.
26. The food. OH you just need to mention food twice.
27. The absence of people that stares at you.
28. The fact that we can understand the language perfectly.
29. The simplicity of dining. You don't need a proper waiter, a perfect place, a timeline of what should be eat first, and we sit and eat and simply have a great time. Great food at great prices. Yes, food again.
30. I can drive here.
He runs out of ideas. Gotta love Malaysia. :)