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Director : Mark Waters.
Writer : Shauna Cross.
Release : November 23, 2016
Country : United States of America.
Production Company : Ingenious Media, Broad Green Pictures, Miramax.
Language : English.
Runtime : 87 min.
Genre : Comedy, Crime, Drama.

‘Bad Santa 2’ is a movie genre Comedy, was released in November 23, 2016. Mark Waters was directed this movie and starring by Billy Bob Thornton. This movie tell story about Fueled by cheap whiskey, greed and hatred, Willie Soke teams up with his angry little sidekick, Marcus, to knock off a Chicago charity on Christmas Eve. Along for the ride is chubby and cheery Thurman Merman, a 250-pound ray of sunshine who brings out Willie’s sliver of humanity. Issues arise when the pair are joined by Willie’s horror story of a mother, who raises the bar for the gang’s ambitions, while somehow lowering the standards of criminal behavior.

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Before I get started, you have to admit it. You totally thought, even if only for a second, that this post was maybe going to be about something really sleazy, just from reading the title. Right?

Well get your mind out of the gutter! I’m talking about travel games!

The only reason they would be classed be some as “inappropriate” stems from what we’re doing. Uppity people would probably rant and say that we’re degrading people and religion for a mere game. In response to that, I say…

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When planning our travels, we found that most flights to Asia had a transfer in Kuala Lumpur. Before this trip, I’d never heard of Kuala Lumpur. But after talking to our friends who had recently been to Vietnam, I was very afraid.

They told us that Kuala Lumpur, commonly known as KL, was one of the most disgusting, frightening, dangerous places they’ve ever been. They have a daughter who is sixteen, so one year younger than me. And they said that she felt completely unsafe, and they were constantly worried about her. We were told the men were pigs and they felt as though she was about to be snatched or grabbed at any moment.

I’m here to set the record straight. Apparently, as a seventeen year old girl myself, and my fourteen year old sister Kate are the main targets for the attention of men in Asian countries. They’re fascinated by our height and our dark hair and eyes and our fair skin. I can definitely vouch for the fact that the men stare a lot more obviously than I’m used to, and at first it was quite disconcerting, but after a while you get used to it.

My sister Kate isn’t too thrilled on the idea and mostly tries to ignore the guys and walk away. For me, after the first few times, I just started smiling at anyone who looked at me and saying hello. The smile they give back is absolutely hilarious to me, it’s like I’ve made their whole day just by smiling. There is also no uneasy feeling, even when I’m not with my family and a guy strikes up a conversation with me. I don’t feel unsafe or worried in the slightest.

In addition to that myth about the men being disgusting, Kuala Lumpur is already one of my favourite places in the world and I’ve considered starting an online business so that I can move here. It is seriously that awesome.

The food is great, in the restaurants and off the street. Things mostly aren’t dirty or disgusting, and when something is, there are so many other options for food or shopping that it doesn’t even matter. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that they like spicy food here a lot. We ate very very very spicy fish, and our friend Hassan informed us that it was only mild to them. So if you’re not a curry or spice lover, be sure to ask for little or no spices with your meals.

I can’t vouch for the accomodation because we’re homestaying here, but if reports online aren’t great, I would most definitely reccommend homestay. Our host cooks us breakfast and dinner every day, which we didn’t expect at all, and he is always teaching us about Malaysia and even drove to the airport to pick us up and bring us to his house. He has been nothing but agreeable and accomodating.

So when people tell you to avoid Kuala Lumpur or have the shortest transfer time here possible, don’t believe the un-hype. Kuala Lumpur is a fantastic city with so many things to see and do, and people that are warm and welcoming to foreigners. We’re also travelling with young kids (14 & 10) and they’re having a great time here as well.

I have to point out that not all homestay hosts will do what Hassan does for us, this is just a personal experience.

A lot of people travelling to Asian countries seem to ask the question “What is durian and should I eat it?” and my family was no different. We’d heard of durian when looking to book accomodation, and the hotel stated that durian could not be brought into the hotel because if the smell got into the air vents, it was impossible to get out.

On our first day in Malaysia, whilst being taken on a tour from the Air Asia airport towards Kuala Lumpur to our homestay accomodation, the lovely Malay man we were staying with, Hassan decided to let us try some durian.

If you’ve never heard of durian, it’s an Asian fruit with sharp spikes making up the skin, and inside it is made up of sections of the fruit.

Hassan informed us that most tourists hate the smell of durian, but the locals absolutely love it. He said it was similar with the taste – the locals love it and tourists mostly hate it.

So once we were out of the car and at the durian stand, the men there kindly chopped one open and let us have a taste. You have to pull out a piece from the inside, and it is white and has a mushy and somewhat slimey feel to it.
Once you bite into the fruit, it becomes very mushy and has a strange taste. My younger sister described it as tasting of onions, whilst the rest of us couldn’t place it. It is definitely not sweet like most fruits are in Australia, and that is probably what threw us off the most.

My sister tried to swallow hers and immediately threw up, I couldn’t bring myself to swallow it and spat it on the ground, and my younger brother swallowed a tiny bite and complained of the taste. As for my parents, they both swallowed theirs down, and my step-dad seemed to like it a lot more than my mother.

One surprise about durians that we found out later was that it was, as my mother said, “the gift that keeps on giving” as it makes you feel gassy and every time you burp, you taste the durian again.

So while it isn’t sweet and has an unexpected texture, durian is an adventure that you should definitely take when in Asia. Ask a local to check if it is “good durian” or not, and then take the plunge. You may not want to force the kids however, as anyone with less developed tastebuds seemed to reject the idea.