Dear FHM Malaysia, I Didn’t Know She Wore A Blue Tube!

Dear FHM Malaysia, thank you for your article on “Pong to PS3” in your January 2009 issue. For a moment there I thought I was reading an issue of EDGE or Retro Gamer instead of your esteemed magazine. In any case, referring to the article above, I would like to call your attention to one pressing issue.. I didn’t know Sophitia wore a blue tube!

Anyways, you and I know why she’s wearing a blue tube in the first place. But no matter, I’ll do you guys a favour by providing the unadulterated picture:

In any case, this is a tongue in cheek post. I don’t think I’ll win anything writing in to the editor. But here’s an even more important thing to note…you guys don’t even have registered? Shame on you.

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  1. aw January 21, 2009

    Dude. The only logical thing to do is to register RIGHT NOW!! then sell it back to them. If you’re nice, at cost. If you want to help them, only RM2,000. After all, another person might ask for RM10,000 OK??

  2. tokyo_nights January 22, 2009

    Hehe. Why aren’t you doing it yourself?

  3. Tim Chew February 2, 2009

    Unfortunately the Malaysian government has very strict rules and regulations when it comes to media therefore we had to make her a little more decent. We would love to publish content similar to Singapore, UK and Australia but the Kementerian Dalam Negeri would surely ‘disagree’.

    In any case we would like to thank you for your feedback and we look forward to seeing you at our events.

  4. tokyo_nights February 5, 2009

    Hi Tim, thanks for the reply. But seriously, You guys can certainly do better than that. Besides, having a website does do away with the “very strict rules and regulations” to a certain degree, no?

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  6. Tim Chew March 3, 2009

    The reality is that this is Malaysia. A land where extremism and bigotry remains a constant threat. Therefore a title such as FHM must tread carefully in order to remain in business. As for a proper website, well all I can say is that changes are coming soon.