While the annual haze is slowly crawling its way to the skies of Singapore, our next-door neighbour, Malaysia, has already been hit pretty badly with it this year.
The haze situation in Malaysia has been getting worse and worse, with schools in Peninsular Malaysia even being forced to close due to the high air pollution levels.
Now, obviously, Malaysian residents aren’t too happy about having to live and breathe in the unhealthy air that’s shrouding their country.
Time To “Blow The Haze Back”
Thus, one Malaysian man – who is basically a genius, by the way – came up with an incredible idea; to “blow the haze back” to Indonesia.
On 11 September 2019, Farhan revealed his plan to the rest of the country through Twitter, where he proposed to all Malaysians to come together and send the haze back to Indonesia.
“Let’s make the 16th Of September “BLOW BACK THE HAZE” day.
I call for all Malaysians to come out on the 16th, bring a table/stand fan and point it to Indonesia. Collectively, we can surely blow back the haze to Indonesia! Let’s go Malaysians!!!”
Instructions On Which Direction To Blow To
He was even kind enough to draw up directions on how the blowing plan would work. Basically, all Malaysians had to point their fans southwest, so that it would successfully blow the haze back to Sumatra.
He updated his action plan later on by asking residents of Sabah and Sarawak to point their fans south.
Farhan also went the extra mile to find the most powerful fan out there and recommended everyone participating in this event to go and purchase one.
The fan can be bought from Shopee Malaysia for RM 155.
But there’s still a shipping fee of RM 69 though.
Poster & Hashtags
He even designed an official poster for the event, where he transformed the Kuala Lumpur Tower into a huge fan, and included drawings of mini fans around it.
Other than the poster, there are also two official hashtags for this movement, #BlowTheHazeBack and #BiggestBlowJob.
Farhan seems very determined to make Malaysia’s biggest blowjob happen, but some Twitter users are just appalled at the insanity of this idea.
However, there’s also quite a number who are on board, with the tweet gaining over 18k retweets and 10k likes.
And if everyone comes together on 16 September to bring Farhan’s idea to life, who knows what the results might be?
Maybe it’ll make like 10% of a difference. Just maybe.