GODSIB/GOSSIP 9: SPECIAL BREED OF MALAYSIAN TIGERS

GODSIB/GOSSIP 9: SPECIAL BREED OF MALAYSIAN TIGERS

 

 

Malaysian tigers are all bred very differently. They all have thick skinned, even their faces. When caught, the people like to skin them to the bones, but they are protected animals, not by law, but their rules of laws. That’s why these tigers roam the country so well for the last fifty odd years. They are kings of the beasts in our jungle, the dominant breed. Due to climate change, even tigers mutate and kill their own, for own survival. I have never eaten their meat. I was told it could taste bitter, and could cause food poisoning, for these special breed are very toxic, due to accumulation of dirt over the years. Maybe, I will partake it with coloured sweetened water, air manis, and chant some special prayers. For the tiger, the penis is good for erectile dysfuction, very potent with tongkat ali. (local aphrodisiac) That probably explain why the population multiply so fast. The gall made the good Hang Wu Song live up to 90, and he moulted his skin to become the best tiger basher. Our people here prefer to consume the opposite sex: corpulent and powerful tigress. I just desire to take a deep bite only and will probably spit out to avoid the poisoning. This is also to prevent western media for their adverse reports; they have bears and cougars, which are more dangerous than tigers. The Hari Raya holiday is approaching, and the feasting on beasts will take time to celebrate. Tigers eating people is natural; people eating tigers are unnatural. The Chinese called this Feng Shui Reversal, if you believe the story-lines. 

2 thoughts on “GODSIB/GOSSIP 9: SPECIAL BREED OF MALAYSIAN TIGERS

  1. aussieian2011

    Interesting article, a pity a lot of majestic animals are seen as providing some sort of cure for mans many ailments, snake blood in Vietnam, the gall from bears, horns from Rhinos etc, not only that but parts for mans amusements like Tusks from Elephants.
    Each country and culture has their own beliefs and ways.

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