Monday, 24 February 2014

Water Cut. Water Rations.

Let the mayhem to buy containers begin!

A few friends living in Balakong had been experiencing water cuts for the past two weeks and looks like it ain't gonna end soon.
 
We experienced the same problem last year and had no water for weeks during the dry spell. 

Better be over-prepared than unprepared, right? Time to take out the containers and store water, use them sparingly, not waste water and hope to survive water rationing or cuts!

Uhuhuhu~

24 comments:

  1. Yep, better be prepare early...I can't stand without water!!! =[

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  2. yeah, again and again, it's like the water cut and disruption is happening so often lately - be it the weather or be it some other human intervened issues..

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    1. True true

      There is the nature reasons but I also think human intervention (or lack thereof) is part of the reason too.

      Sad, right? Because water is a basic necessity to be provide by the government to EVERYBODY.

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  3. i hate days without water supply.. we were lucky as we did not suffer this as early as those in Balakong, but i heard it's coming soon to our area these couple of days.. better be prepared and store water..

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    1. Yup.

      My friend really suffered. Got to stay up late nights just to wait and collect water.

      Not easy for those with small kids and the elderly especially. :(

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  4. i wonder, if there will still be water trucks coming to distribute water?? since it's actually a drought and not really because of the maintenance.. hmmm, finger cross this will be over soon~~

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    1. There should be.

      ANd station some tanks too.

      But from my observation during the last long "no-water" in my area, got horrible people who go and steal the metal pipe at the tank leaving water leaking out! o.O

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  5. oh dear..better be prepared. I dislike if there's no water supply.

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    1. Nothing to like about water cut indeed :(

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  6. Yearly event. I hv fren who is fed up. Bought the big tanki and put in front of her car porch.

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    1. Mati la....water cut is bad enuf...plus the burning. ....bomba already ststioned there. Even hv white board with hotspot area. But yhey can only ctrl the fire. :(

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    2. Looks like this yr you will hv your stamina training again lo? Carry water from tanker to n fro.

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    3. Aiyoh Meow. Got troley to bring the water container la! No need use excess force. LOL

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  7. Uh-oh. I suddenly remembered three years ago, when there was no bottled water to be had in Tokyo and everybody (except tough jungle women) were freaking out about radioactive tap water.

    So ... water shortage? No rain? Burst pipes?

    Ag nou ja. (Yes well.) When jungle women were kids, they fetched water from rivers and wells, and carried pails over hills and mountains.

    Good luck! I hope it gets sorted out soon. Until then ... Pocari Sweat? :D

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    1. Woman! I always wonder how come you didn't turn green, glow in the dark or mutate into something. LOL

      Dry spell. No rain. Not even fake rain. Boo! :(


      When this jungle woman was a kid there were clean rivers and wells. Now? Rivers in Kuala Lumpur is more like a big drain where people dump all sorts of stuff in. Eeeeek!

      I hope water cuts and water rations will be over soon. RAIN please!

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  8. Oh I love this post because I just learnt something! We could store water in square boxes and not forever in round buckets or tongs! How stupid Anay! Muahahahaha Muahahahaha Muahahahaha

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    1. People use whatever container now.

      All those buckets habis already la!

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  9. The authorities need to pray and invite bomohs to help sometimes. I really believe they could help to bring rain! Don't play play dei....

    KABOOOM! Hujan turun!

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    1. Anay,
      Please help recommend some good bomohs to them! ;)

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  10. I heard about water disruptions everywhere!
    Just pray that it won't happen at my place la!!

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    1. If it happen at the wettest place in Malaysia, it'll be worse everywhere else/ @.@

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  11. Really frustrating when not enough water to use, right? Hope the water shortage can be resolved soon.

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