The Office: Malaysia Edition

Submitted by: freakyphil33 9 years ago Funny
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Funny how sweatshops in third world countries are so similar to work environments of the white-collared corporate world.
There are 29 comments:
Female 306
The baby part was the only funny part.
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Female 245
Yeah, not quite the same as the original...
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Female 62
Who is Dat Phan? It was only OK funny, but the first shot where we see the baby had me laughing, and the last bit where "Jen" actually turns to the camera to say "kill one of them." Not that killing people in sweathops is funny, but the absurdity of asking him to kill somebody is funny. I actually liked the performances, especially Dwight, Jim, and Pam. This is actually very much American comedy, I can see how it`s offensive if you see it as representing Malaysia. I figured all the actors were American Malaysians.
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Male 1
who tha F**k created this video, he should be murdered man. I`m a malaysian and this s**t doesn`t happen here. We do not live in trees you moron nor we have some crappy employees like that. Hate this freaking video. Hope u`ll burn in hell you arsehole and we are not a third world country you freak!
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Male 189
Yeah, we saw it the first time, Camira.

Don`t get me wrong, it`s still true.

Anyway, congrats on your 666th post!

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Male 189
Longer than it needed to be. Not really funny, not really insightful. The satire could have been better done. The baby was great, and I want some rice noodles.

MEH.

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Male 1,036
Well, they`re different in the sense that they make a dollar a day, work twice the hours and go home to the 2 bedroom appartment that they share with their spouse, 5 kids, 2 others families of about the same size and 3 goats.
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Male 354
You guys don`t know what you`re talking about, this was funny and well done. Not everything needs to have poop and fart jokes people. Grow some humor...
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Male 6
Hah Dat Phan is Hilarious!
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Male 646
The only question I have to ask is: Why could I only watch 30 seconds of that?
I will have to go and speak to my guru about this.
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Male 390
*sigh* why did dat phan do this crap?
Soils his good name...
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Female 283
That was really stupid...but I agree with everyone else that the baby was cute.
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Male 66
i thought it was brilliant acting. it really felt like it was the office... but too harsh. they shoud have kept the same environment as it is in the american version, and made it more realistic. the actors were great. and the baby! so cute! and pabasa, i know exactly how you feel... i`m half japanese, and i hate when they misinterpretate japan.
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Male 686
i guess i hate babies and like seeing them suffer.
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Male 686
don`t know why, but i only laughed at the baby
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Female 831
aww the baby is so cute

anyway. I know what I`m watching tonight....

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Female 831
OMG THAT WAS TOTALLY DAT PHAN!!! <3 <3 <3
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Male 203
im with sunsetxluv22, the baby was really the only entertaining part cause he was really cute :P oh, and i liked the part about replacing the thread
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Male 703
was that dat phan??
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Male 168
Racist... and makes fun of millions of people who actually do work for almost nothing in sweat shops!
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Male 1
That was terrible!

...and "that american guy" you are referring to is Steve Carell

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Male 4,012
*hugs sunsetxluv22*
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Female 414
aww pabasa *hug*

the only part i found entertaining was the baby. he was so cutee! =]

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Male 4,012
Just in the very, very, rare case someone hasn`t realized it yet... It`s not real.

And being a Malaysian and seeing misrepresentation of my country (again), I`m finding it hard to find any humour.

Hope you guys have fun though :)

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Male 411
^I agree with aussieguy29
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Male 452
Love the baby
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Male 2,113
meh............
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Male 420
not quite the same without ricky gervais or that american guy
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Male 9
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