The 2006 Eid Greeting Card Initiative

Since we’re approaching the middle of Ramadhan already, I thought
the time is appropriate to start on another Eid Greeting Card Initiative
like I did in 2004. When I was a kid, I enjoyed sending and
receiving Hari Raya cards via post, something that we almost
never do anymore since it’s easier to fire away an SMS or e-card
and trees do not have to be cut to produce the cards. So, if
you’d like to receive a handwritten Aidilfitri (or Deepavali)
greeting card from me complete with my own DNA under the stamp in
your post box instead of a measly SMS or e-card greeting, just
drop your name and home or office address where you’d like to
receive the card at the contact page.
As always, the addresses obtained shall not be used to send
anything but the card and will be disposed of once the card is
sent to avoid it from falling into the hands of unscrupulous
parties like stalkers, Ah Longs,
nasty mothers-in-law, etc. There is absolutely no catch to this.
It’s just something I do to humor myself really. Again, it’s
open to just about anyone on the planet irregardless of faith
or ethnicity. Have them in by this Sunday, October 8, 2006.
You have my permission to spread the word on this too.


  1. Nina

    Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Drive safely. :-)

  2. Nur

    Sebelum terlambat, Selamat Hari Raya, Maaf Zahir n err.. Batin :P

  3. zin

    selamat hari raya iwan. maaf zahir batin. terima kasih banyak banyak dan kita dengar apa kata pemandu selepas menggunakan primax 3.

  4. queen anna

    selamat hari raya iwan.. pesanan penaja : berhati-hati ketika memandu

  5. princessren

    Selamat Hari Raya to you and your family. May your prayers be answered on this Ramadhan season :)

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