Friday, 27 April 2012

This Machine Accepts Two Currency?

Seriously, though... this is how we operate. We got our hands on some second-hand machines and we can't even be bothered to properly change the price tag to our own currency (just cut & paste properly, use the Gam Gajah lah!) or even somehow make an effort to change to sold out sign to a more readable sign i.e. in roman letters. Is it so hard to do?
Found at Memorial Tun Abdul Razak. The late Tun Abdul Razak was Malaysia's second prime minister and also known as "Bapa Pembangunan" or Father of Development(?).

24 comments:

  1. hahaha, they want to let people know this machine is imported from japan mah~~

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    1. Muahahaha, yalah. Need to show off we used branded stuff from Japan.

      Likewise we drive Toyota or Honda, must not remove the logo one wert!

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  2. so, how much is ¥120?? haiyoh, dunno the conversion rate.. if know also need to do calculation, so leceh lah!!

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    1. times 4. actually current rate is about 100yen = RM3.85+-

      Better pay in RM! ;p

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    2. aiyoh, like that better buy that row that says RM2.00 a bottle~~

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    3. but then I guess people buy lots using Yen since that one all sold out already? kakaka

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  3. hahaha!! 壳切!! but i think people should be smart enough to know that actually means "sold out" right?? this one more difficult to modify lah, cannot just use gam gajah~~

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    1. but cannot be cannot re-program or something right? Do things proper lah! Not half bake ones and then everything malfunction after three months' use! :(

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    2. that one is hardware not software lah, unless it's all-LCD machine then can easily re-program to change language lah..

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    3. Wei, I cannot read la. Most probably I don't know it's sold out :\

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  4. so looking at the bottles, i already know what drinks, hahaha!! T*****r?? oooh, maybe they want to server Japanese customers that's why that row remains japanese wordings..

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    1. I guess so since locals don't go there.

      You go visit the Memorial or not SK. You still student one. No rombongan there ah? See museum also. Go Planetarium... kakaka

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    2. i WENT before lah, i think during primary school, wakakakakaka!! but that time no vending machines lah.. maybe his son instructed to put in there so that there are more project, and more project means more C in his pocket~~ :D

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    3. All sorts of nonsense project now. All to make more C lah.

      BTW, you go Dataran this Saturday? Or cannot? Student can participate or face action by the uni?

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    4. Can-can or cannot? Guess who's been reading what book? :D

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  5. I like the yen one! Then at least I know what it costs! ^^

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    1. but it'll cost more to buy stuff in yen compared to RM! ;p

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  6. Really kena tricked that this machine can accept bi-currency - Japanese Yen and USD dollar, opps... that one is RM (in tiny R and M), old aunty here cannot see properly (grrhhh, how many time must I tell the world about it?)

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    1. Aunty Yvonne,
      Go laser that eyes lah... then can see very clearly already. kekeke

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  7. Opened my eyes wider and re-read the content again...oh, this is Malaysia punya machine.

    I thought you gonna show here some high tech bi-currency vending machine, ceh~~

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  8. My friend were telling me about the machines in Japan, ada yang jual got curry rice one, I want!

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    1. In Japan, pretty much what you can sell & put in machines, you can find.

      I don't eat Japanese kare-raisu in Japan. In case of the lard content. o.O

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  9. So can put in Japanese yen anot? :P

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    1. You want to try or not? I don't want! My yen cost me so much to exchange! LOL

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