9GAG is one of the largest online humour sites occupied by people who are desperately in need of a laugh, and trolls. There are a number of spin-offs such as SGAG, commonly described as the 9GAG of Singapore—although in an interview, it has been clarified by SGAG that they are not affiliated to 9GAG at all.
Just recently, our very own Malaysian version of 9GAG, MGAG has arrived (It’s about time!). Launched on the 5th of August on Facebook, the page has already garnered more than 10,000 likes.
There’s no official website for MGAG yet at the moment but we’re hoping that they will eventually create one for a better and funnier viewing experience.
The admin(s) of the page are yet to be revealed, however, when we asked them if they are related to SGAG, they said, “They are our brother from another mother.”
Seeing as SGAG has their own prominent figures such as Xiao Ming and Xiao Li, we’re predicting that MGAG will have their own figures such as Ahmad, Siti, Muthu, Nanthini, Ah Seng, Ah Beng, Ah Hua—you get our drift.
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