Fun, Polemics

Any idea what “Menjubor” means?

Overheard from a murtadd:

Her1 personal stalker2 is non [SIC] other than the infamous apostate hunter, Mohd Elfie Nieshaem Juferi better known as MENJ (he thinks it sounds cool though its actually part of a word, MENJUBOR… but I’ll leave you to find out on your own what that means.

Interesting claim here: “he thinks it sounds cool though it’s actually part of a word….” Without having to go into the obvious3, is it really “part of a word” as the murtadd is claiming? That would really depend on whether you are looking for a “short answer” or a long one.

Short answer:

No, it is not part of a word.4 It’s an acronym.

Long answer:

It is very interesting to note how these murtadds often resort to name-calling whenever the opportunity arises. I suppose they think that it is funny to make a “pun” on my initials, “MENJ“…which, by the way, almost everyone (except AMS) knows what it means, and what I have been using even before the rise of their Islamophobic groupie on Facebook. The acronym certainly has no connection at all to the exposures I am currently making against them. Not to mention that my intials have somehow made its way into an online acronym dictionary, so there isn’t really an excuse for anyone to make snide remarks about my initials.

So how do you respond intellectually to such a silly polemic? Simple. All one has to do is to go to Dewan Bahasa and Pustaka’s online dictionary and discover that their made-up word “menjubor” does not exist in the Malay language lexicon.

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Not so “smart” now when one realises that a non-existent word was coined just to insult my initials, eh? I think it is more of a reflection on how stupid they are when it comes to language. They don’t even have a proper word in the Malay language to use for a pun, so they have to pull one out from their arse.

More than anything else, their inherent infatuation with sex and arse is probably the reason why they couldn’t use existing words for a pun. Try better next time, murtadds!

  1. Meaning Nora Madasamy, aka “Nurulhuda binti Mohammad”, whom I exposed in another blog. []
  2. I would hardly call collating personal information that she herself exposed online to be “stalking”. It is more of a testament to my skills of having the ability to discern and sift through material, as much as it is a testimony of her technically-challenged deficiency. []
  3. I wouldn’t have used it if it doesn’t sound “cool”, bodoh. []
  4. Some have accused me of “editing” these online acronym dictionaries to insert my own definition. I assure these skeptics that I had nothing to do with adding these entries. []

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