Oops I won’t do it again

That ooops moment, seconds later, that feeling… Gaffe, all time media’s fave! When committed by a politician it is perceived much better……

Argentina’’s president, Cristina Kirchner not long ago poked fun at the Chinese accent in her twitter. Describing how the Chinese often pronounce ‘r’s sounding like ‘l’s.
Seconds later she apologized with another twitte, …too late, Crischina oops-solli! Adios diplomatic relations with China.

Close relatives of politicians are also targeted. In the begging of the year 2015, Rosmah Mansor, wife of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, during a public speech, complained how difficult is to pay for having her hair dyed & clothes tailor made. I am convinced, or, garliced, really…….how much does she spends in her hair & clothes? Well, above the minimum wage. A lot of Malaysians survive monthly with that amount of money, or even less. It was not necessary to tell the media how much it is spent privately…, they don’’t forgive your lack of detachment from the real people, who struggles to pay taxes.


Spot hairdo…

To write about Berlusconi’s gaffes would require another post entirely dedicated to him, who wouldn’t remember offending the Obamas in 2008:

“What’s his name? Some tanned guy. Ah, Barack Obama! You won’t believe it, but the two of them sunbathe together because the wife is also tanned.”


Racist garlic comment

Brazilian’s president, Dilma Rouseff last month had a bad day, during Rio de Janeiro anniversary,  called one of the singers invited by another name, made a mistake in the number of countries that are taking part in the Brazilian Olympics in 2016, and finally, calling Rio as “the most important city in the world, not in the world, in the galaxy”  She’s just got nominated a serial gaffe garlic award!


ETs celebrating carnival while should have been there to rescue the population from the Brazilian government’s disregard

Gaffes are common and an everyday garlic thingy…! We all have been there, because to hold everyday matters is potentially embarrassing! I can’’t help but to feel empathetic when I see someone humiliating themselves, right there in front of me. I know few seconds later, the person is going to feel bad in some reason… but political gaffe is another story… I just don’t believe a politician would do or say something 100% unintentional, but I am certain that it is 100% shameful.


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