Single Mothers in Yogya

Nov 5th, 2008, in IM Posts, Opinion, by

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  1. avatar fullmoonflower says:
    November 18th, 2008 at 9:52 pm

    @kinch

    wow! how rude…… :-P

    sounds you are jealous because my man is luckier than you… :lol:

  2. avatar ET says:
    November 19th, 2008 at 7:11 am

    I’m a Tax Manager…

    Alhamdullillah.

    fullmoonflower, you are the woman of my dreams. Dump your boyfriend and I will marry you instantly. Will you file my tax returns? Will I always get a refund?

    Back to topic.
    To all single mothers, especially those from munafik cultures, who kept their children and raised them: hats off and CHAPEAU.

  3. avatar Farah says:
    November 19th, 2008 at 7:39 am

    @ fmf
    well… i am not extravagant traveler for sure.. i am more to type of those bring huge back pack, use public transport and share hostel rooms with other traveler kind of girl.

    I went there to thailand just with a friend, never been there, not speak the language, had none/family there. Just spirit of traveling and meet new friends at the road.

    ..hehe love adventures..

    The room at hostel dirt cheap in thailand, my fave is phuket backpacker hostel, i think it cost me less than 300 THB per night. And the bathroom is clean too. Singapore i went to betel box backpacker, only cost me around 20 sing dollars, breakfast incld. I think i just stay less at hotel so i don’t really need lots of comfort there, just need for sleep and bath. Went all day most of the time…. but yeah.. something for free always a nice treat.. why not !

    ..yeah.. thats how i do it.. hehe.. i pay less on accommodation but once i went traveling i could go to 3 different countries with less than 5 million rups on my pocket (maybe some even could spent less).. with that money last time i could even bought my mom thai silk with length of 5 meters (at chiang mai) !

  4. avatar fullmoonflower says:
    November 19th, 2008 at 8:55 am

    @ ET

    Will I always get a refund?

    As long your documents are complete and relevant, you will get 100% tax refund…
    But if there is something wrong in your documents, usually I’ll make it at least minimum 90%… or max. 10% will be corrected.

    To all single mothers, especially those from munafik cultures, who kept their children and raised them: hats off and CHAPEAU.

    In Javanese-Islam culture, the people who HAVE TO raise the children are their mother’s parents and their mother. As in Islam rule, the children have no right to their father’s herritage, they only have right to their mother’s and their mother’s parents’.
    That’s why their mother’s parents will take over, until their mother get job or fixed income for them for living.

    It is such of a warning to all javanese-islam girls, because having a baby without a husband has big consequences. So, don’t do it if you think you are not strong and tough enough to take that consequences.

  5. avatar fullmoonflower says:
    November 19th, 2008 at 8:58 am

    oops, sorry…

    But if there is something wrong in your documents, usually I’ll make it at least minimum 90%… or max. 10% will be corrected.

    I mean at least 90% will be refundable (max. 10% will be corrected)

  6. avatar ET says:
    November 19th, 2008 at 3:45 pm

    fullmoonflower

    As long your documents are complete and relevant, you will get 100% tax refund…

    Do I have to understand this as a YES to my proposal?

    fullmoonflower, my tax affairs will give you multiple orgasms. I promise.

  7. avatar fullmoonflower says:
    November 19th, 2008 at 4:53 pm

    @ ET

    YES to your proposal as your Tax Consultant, not as your wife…. :lol:

    I’m sorry, sweetie

  8. avatar ET says:
    November 19th, 2008 at 8:50 pm

    Well, never mind. At least I tried.

    I think I’m gonna propose to my pembantu. Maybe this way I can cut on her salary too.

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