Leaked Nude Photos of Lim Goh Tong’s Granddaughter at Genting Highlands Resort
Why do girls hate being called cute and men insist they are not nice? Is it a case of misunderstood signals between Mars and Venus?
Some days ago, a Facebook friend commented on my picture, “Looking very cute!” Affronted, I quietly deleted the comment. Not taking the hint, he put it back up, after which I felt obliged to send him a message, explaining that I found the word ‘cute’ insulting. He was baffled though he graciously apologised, expressing his amazement that any woman should find an intended compliment objectionable. A veritable Mars and Venus situation…
Coincidentally, two days later, author Ravi Subramanian of The Bankster fame decided to turn prankster when he tweeted, “To all romance writers on my timeline – Women don’t like being called ‘cute’… the same way guys don’t like being called ‘nice’.” No dipped-inemotion romance writer could have resisted such a call.
And soon enough, Twitter was trending with vehement protests and agreements as — to the delight of other twitteratis — male and female writers debated on whether women like being labelled cute or not. And, why do men dislike being called ‘nice’?
Author Ravinder Singh (I Too Had A Love Story) suggested that it depends on a woman’s mood, while Preeti Shenoy (Life Is What You Make It) shot back, “Not at all. It depends on which guy it is.” Nikita Singh (Love@Facebook) interjected, “If the girl is self-confident, she can take it as a compliment.”
I agreed that ‘cute’ is a much-abused and misunderstood word for women, as is ‘nice’ for men. Women don’t like to be called ‘cute’ because it puts them in a certain category, like a helpless baby doll with no intellect. Preeti tweeted, “Between ‘cute’ and ‘intelligent’ I would pick the latter.” Agreeing, Nikita wrote, “A girl would definitely want to be liked for smartness more.” So what’s the verdict, wondered a by-now-weary-sounding Ravi – would a woman like to be called, ‘cute’, ‘hot’ or ‘intelligent’?” Ravinder answered, “They want all of the above!” But what does a man actually mean when he calls a woman cute? Does he mean she is sexy? Ravi’s comeback on this is, “Cute is only cute. Cute is not sexy. Sexy may be cute too. Cute de-sexes a woman, and that is the problem.” Explains a single, much-chased business magnate, “Cute is beautiful and innocent, though it really depends on how you frame a sentence. A man can find a cute woman desirable. Sometimes he may say, “She is so cute”, by which he means ‘very desirable’. An about-town Telugu actor confesses, “When I call a girl ‘cute’, I mean she is good looking, but not hot and sexy. But sometimes calling a girl ‘cute’ is a safe bet for a guy if he is not sure of her response, rather than calling her ‘sexy’ outright.”
Ah, so that is where the confusion arises. Cute is wishy-washy and does not state the intentions clearly; it allows a man to shift gears midway if he senses trouble. On the other hand, hot and sexy is honest. And if a man tells a woman he finds her body and mind sexy, she is most likely to be his slave for life.
But the same, of course, works for a man too. It is being called ‘nice’ that men object to. Explains the Telugu star, “I wouldn’t want a girl to call me a nice man. I know women love bad guys. You see, if a girl calls me nice, she is ensuring I keep my distance – indirectly, she is telling me to be nice.” Interesting. If a girl feels trivialised by being called ‘cute’, a man actually feels de-sexed by being called ‘nice’.
The business hotshot is more realistic. “Being called ‘nice’ is not so bad really; it’s being called ‘sweet’ that rings the alarm bells. ‘Sweet’ is bad for both men as well as women, I guess,” he smiles. Agreed. Sweet is not even wishy-washy as ‘cute’ is; in fact ‘sweet’ is a definite rejection, almost an emasculation. However, coming back to ‘nice’, having been fed on clichés of how girls go for the bad boys, most men are not factoring changing times and trends. In fact, the verdict on ‘nice’ is slowly but surely changing. More and more women say they find nice men sexy and desirable and are increasingly wary of the bad guys. As Preeti tweets back in answer to my question, “I like nice guys. But they have to be intelligent too. Nice is always desirable, but desirable is not always nice.” As a new awareness of gender sensitivity arises, I wouldn’t be surprised if ‘nice’ is soon voted the new ‘sexy’. So, the next time a woman calls you ‘nice’, do not despair or write her off, guys. She does mean ‘desirable’.
Though the verdict on ‘cute’ isn’t quite ‘nice’ still
Tan Sri Dato Seri (Dr.) Lim Goh Tong ( pinyin: Lín Wútóng) (1918 – 23 October 2007) was a prominent wealthy Malaysian Chinese businessman. He was renowned for his vision and courage in transforming Genting Highlands from an unexplored hilltop into one of the world’s most successful Casino resorts. He was once the 3rd richest man in Malaysia with a net worth estimated to be 4.2 billion USD, making him the 204th richest person in the billionaire list compiled by Forbes. http://www.GutterUncensored.com
Born in 1918 in Anxi, a mountainous county in South Eastern Fujian province, China, Lim Goh Tong was the fifth child in his family. His father was Lim Shi Quan and his mother Goh Ban. He has an elder brother, three elder sisters, a younger sister and a younger brother. Lim was born into a rustic environment in a village, during that time, China was in a period of turmoil and unrest after the Xinhai Revolution, but life was relatively sheltered for Lim in the village. Lim Goh Tong was married to Lee Kim Hua, together they had six children and nineteen grandchildren. The six children are Lim Siew Lay, Siew Lian, Siew Kim, Tee Keong, Kok Thay and Chee Wah.
Hey Malaysia, are you ready for a firebomb? There are a handful of photos floating around the Internet supposedly of one of Lim Goh Tong granddaughters. These pictures were first sent to this blog a few months back but now people are sending them to the blog everyday now. I tried to find official photos of Lim Goh Tong granddaughters to compare but to no success, only photos of his children and grandsons could be found online. These supposed photos are spreading fast via email from what I can tell so this might be a good time to post them. The 150,000 daily visitors to this blog with an estimated 50k from Malaysia alone should be able to verified whether or not the naked hottie during the casino royale in these pictures is the real deal. And BTW, I would also be posing nude on the roulette table if my granddaddy was a multi-billionaire with a casino empire.