Some gems from the book (and can you remember who said them?):
Only women who are not pretty should be employed by the State government, as these women would not be able to get rich husbands who can support them financially.The book is beautifully illustrated by Shahril Nizam, which is another great reason to buy it.
The best way to improve your golf is to chop down the rainforest.
All local institutions of higher learning must give serious attention to the problem of effeminate men on campus.
And what's more, you're invited to the launch:
Sunday, 16 September, 3-5 pm.
The Annexe Gallery, Central Market Annexe, KL.
The launch-day price is RM20. Sales from the day after that, in bookstores, will be RM30.
At the launch itself, there are four bonus features:
* No speeches by VIPs but there will be readings.
* The simultaneous launch of the artist Shahril Nizam's book If Only.
* Photography exhibition by Danny Lim and Hishamuddin Rais.
* Gifts for the first 50 buyers.
You can find out more about the book here.
Malaysian Politicians Say the Darndest Things is the first title to be published by Matahari Books, which was set up in 2007 to publish non-fiction about Malaysia.
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