Friday, January 04, 2008

戥穿石咪玩出火



前日,《蘋果日報》頭版係一段題為「機管局高層嫁女、老千混入喜宴、百名賓客被騙財」嘅新聞。報道話,幾名老千扮戥穿石同姊妹,喺上菜期間向10圍枱分發每圍12個利是封。叫賓客入錢,話玩抽獎,仲要話係「實有得中」。

大家唔好誤會,啲老千話「實有得中」唔係用嚟勾起貪念,而係希望畀啲賓客一個「只係婚宴節目,唔係搵錢掠水」嘅感覺。

婚宴節目走火入魔

當時,有賓客問新老爺關於抽獎嘅嘢。佢答:「唔知喎,呢啲嘢都係啲後生仔同男家搞o架啦!」最後,到食甜品時發覺還未開獎,先至知有過百賓客俾人呃咗。

孫柏文今日唔係想玩《警訊》,不過點解啲老千今次可以成功呃人?全因今時今日,啲新人嘅同輩喺策劃婚宴節目期間,已經走火入魔。

上個禮拜六,孫柏文走咗去做一位大學同學嘅戥穿石。之後嗰晚仲做婚宴嘅節目主持人。呢幾年嚟,我做過好多朋友婚宴嘅節目主持人,一向嘅態度都係,啲節目最好就係老少咸宜。一個29歲戥穿石覺得好好笑嘅環節,可能已經將男家奶奶嘅面,喺女家前落咗。所以我每次都係將婚宴當作為國家晚宴,新人嘅父母為兩國嘅元首。我就係一個佢哋唔熟悉嘅低級外交官。

一時娛樂禍延久遠

因為冇理由為咗一個29歲戥穿石嘅「娛樂」,為新人種下可以禍延幾十年關係嘅種子。所以大家做戥穿石同姊妹時,永遠記得當日主角係對新人同埋佢哋嘅家人,而唔係你。

19 comments:

  1. 還以為你會分享一下你當婚宴主持人的心得呢

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  2. 一定係你有些很痛心、很驚駭的經驗才有這一番說話說出來,對嗎?

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  3. 痛心?


    Hahahhahahaa

    All I can say is that I have encountered some ppl who thinks them being "entertained" is the most important issue.

    The worse case is my former college housemate... His name is Lu Yeung.

    He feels shafted if he is not entertained as a guest at the wedding banquet.

    Feel Free to google him

    He is a semiconductor analyst at Merrill Lynch.

    Sad boy my friend. Date him at your own peril.

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  4. 有好多人做事前都唔諗真d長遠d,結果大頭佛lor

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  5. 依家d婚宴, 好似搞到做電視台大show咁。

    都唔止係咁, 最離譜的係要搞抽獎呀(好似呢單o野咁), 同賓客玩遊戲送奬品呀(有一次去婚宴, 仲以為婚宴有係咁意玩新人的環節, 原來我去了好似"歡樂今宵"的婚宴大show!)......; 聽講主角係o個對新人噃!

    主客不分兼無分寸之餘, 玩的時間太長, d野食成夜9點幾至出, d長輩(尤其係男女雙方d家長)就黑面啦。

    呢單case, 又是另一個貪字得個貧的明證呢!

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  6. 阿孫, 你真係影衰獅子山學會
    http://hk.myblog.yahoo.com/banking_mind/article?mid=712

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  7. Dear Zombie...

    I know I know... I suck real bad.

    So have you bought HSBC? Scoop them up with both hands!

    Maybe you should ask 鄧小閑 whether he has loaded up on it? ho ho ho...

    I love it!

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  8. 阿孫, 雖然我唔認同你對HSBC既睇法, 但我都十分欣賞你係生果報的義無反顧的態度.
    我當底褲買匯豐! Hohoho

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  9. Well...

    Be prepared to have no underwear hahahahahahahha

    Love this discussion

    I will be making a recommendation on Li and Fung very soon.

    And yes, I am aware someone has whacked me for it back in early 07.

    I will address his concern too.

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  10. To all HSBC lovers,

    Well, most analyst in HK compare the case of subprime in the State to what had happen in Asia 10 years ago and concluded that HSBC can overcome it, but I personally can't agree with that.

    First of all, the American culture is totally different from Chinese. Americans basically have no savings at all, and it's easier to ask them to jump off the cliff than destroying their credit cards.

    Second, the HK government was (and still is) so darn rich that it can spend on infrastructures to boost the GDP, whereas the redneck cowboy president spend all the money in the middle-east.

    Third, some argue that it just takes time to let the buyers to suck up all the housing inventory in the market; but unlike the traditional Chinese concept, owning a house is not that big of a deal in the west. Most of the yankees bought their house(s) based on speculation. For those who live in North America, just turn on the TV and you will see all those reality shows about ripping off others from real estate, like "Flip This House", "Flip That House", "Property Ladder", etc. And if you are a fan, then you should realize the number of these shows and their air time are going down.

    Fourth, back in 10 years ago, HK have deflation, but US have a killing inflation nowadays.

    And the last but not least, for all those Tsang lovers, do you really think he is more productive then Tung? The economy in HK improved since 2004 are all benefit from policies by the Papa in the north. So whether Tung is still place or not, it's still gonna be the same. But then the Americans have no one to turn to for help.

    Anyway, what I am trying to say is that it's fine to use the case of HK as reference, but not concluding that HSBC will do fine in 2008.

    And to demonstrate there's no conflict of interest, I don't own and don't short any HSBC stocks.

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  11. I don't necessarily disagree with Anon above, but I want to know what his third point came from. Owning a house is still part of the quintessential American Dream. What you saw on TV is a very very small minority, harvested for maximum reality-TV drama effect.

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  12. BTW I can't believe you are still dissing Lu Yeung after all these years.

    Pardon our insidery stuff.

    Hahahahahahahhaaha *cough*

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  13. Can't agree any more.

    As a middle age c9, paying reasonable respect to the father/mother -in-laws is the MOST important issue.

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  14. Thanks Mr Suen.

    After talking to you at the MTR the other day, I sold 5HSBC last Friday and bought 66MTR.

    Should buy you a drink..... hahaha

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  15. To 9gel,

    True, having a dream home is a typical American dream, but we need to separate the dream of "living-in a nice place" from "owning a nice place". Traditional Chinese have a bigger sense of security of owning the place they live in rather than renting it, and they would work more and spent less just to pay the mortgage. Also, they would try to save more so that they can have a bigger down-payment and less mortgage payments. And HK people don't mind to work OT and on weekends (oh I guess they don't have a choice...). But the mentality of Americans is different, they rather have the least down so they can buy a new car or go on vacations, it pisses them off to ask them to work on OT/weekends, and owning the place they live in is not their priority.

    I agree to your point that the show producers have to exaggerate the drama effects on those reality shows, but what I am trying to say is that if the majority don't buy into them, why would there be so many of them? And most people watching those shows actually take things for granted. To be totally politically-incorrect, most Americans believes what they see on the TV, just like they can't tell Iran from Iraq.

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  16. I have a stupid question but would like your comments....

    Why the China autority has no price control on coal? This stupid question has been puzzling me for a long time .... Anyone has a clues?

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  17. " Why the China autority has no price control on coal? This stupid question has been puzzling me for a long time .... Anyone has a clues? "

    Because they are suppose to have NO PRICE CONTROL ON ANYTHING as an end goal.

    They know if price control on Coal, they are pretty much screwed with supply.

    It is same reason why no price control on crude oil.

    It is the dumbest thing to have price control. The absolute worst (most destructive) form of government intervention.

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