May 17, 2009
Glorious Citizen said:
It's amazing to imagine a bulk of pedestrians have gone berserk and went around killing jaywalkers. This headline sounded more like a direct translation from an article of the "My Paper" Mandarin edition.
Recommended by Glorious Citizen: "Sometimes our local publication tries too hard to catch our attention"
May 06, 2009
According to Mr. Pharis See, a spokesman for the Church of Our Sanctimony, “The SPCA goes around teaching that we must love animals. We think impressionable young schoolchildren might be led astray, and believe that it is morally acceptable even to make love to animals.”
“This is sinful!” thundered Dr. Thiu Sor Loi, an elder lay-leader and mentor in the establishment. “In Deuteronomy 27:21, the Bible sayeth that ‘Cursed is he who lies with any animal’, and in Exodus 22:19, it says that ‘Whoever lies with an animal shall surely be put to death.’ The SPCA is on a slippery slope to redefining animal husbandry!
February 06, 2009
Sam's Thoughts said:
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Seems like the internet kinda likes Lui Tuck Yew"
January 21, 2009
Photo taken by a forummer at HWZ
Auntie in yellow MG self pwned. U-turn up the island and was stranded
November 23, 2008
August 11, 2008
I am sure most of you people have noticed the new images on the MRT for ‘Priority Seats’.
Think you all really know what each image represent? Judging from my observations of the people occupying those seats when the train is crowded, I’m afraid that your perception of the images are WRONG!
Let me educate you peeps.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "The truth about the new icons!"
August 10, 2008
Malaysian people hate Singapore for various reasons. One of them is that Singaporeans are fond of claiming that they are superior to Malaysia as a country. Their basis for this postulation is their efficient public transport, totalitarian government, stringent pursuit of education and superior exchange rate. Some of these are things that Malaysians could debate but it would cause more bad than good through comparison. The usual retort of a Malaysian person is “Your country is a pirated version of ours”.
Recommended by NigelLKB: "This article explores the relationship between Singapore and Malaysia through satirical anecdotes and comparison."
June 03, 2008
1. When on the escalator during rush hour, either keep left or you follow the rushing passengers on the right. Don’t stall the fast lane and tempt me to grab your legs and throw you over the side.
2. When SMRT says they are increasing the number of train trips, it doesn’t mean that you can wake up later. And please don’t look at the screens telling you how long the next train is going to arrive if you have high blood pressure.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Nice list of rules to follow on the MRT!"
May 07, 2008
Naq gives an account of her father's encounter between a group of transvestites and an Indian guy at Changi Village.
He was at Changi Village when he saw the Bapok and the Indian lad starting a "drama". The Indian lad thought that he would have a "chance" with the transvestite. He decided to trick the Bapok into believing that he was a policeman and he needed to frisk "him". The Bapok did fall for it and so the lad had his chance to touch "him" all over.
September 17, 2007
June 16, 2007
June 02, 2007
It is a simple society ... I will read pornographic material openly on the subway, but I will pay for everything you need; you will whine and behave coquettishly with great frequency, but you will also be quick to light my cigarette when I take it out from the pack.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "at jseng's request .. "yalor. what happened to all those babe photos? we should have more of those!""
April 20, 2007
This is not an exercise in misogyny. Rather, it is a general diatribe against modern society. We - and by this, I mean both men and women - have unconsciously conspired to allow mediocre women to stagnate happily in their mediocrity.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "MCP or genuine campaigner for a better world? you decide."
March 26, 2007
The show, directed by the Pang brothers, was a typical Asian horror flick with 'Hollywood-ism' injected into it.
It is actually quite hard for me to remember the details now. That's how unmemorable the show was. Apparently, it's about how children can see things that adults cannot.
The only part that vaguely made an impression on me was when the mother realised that the little boy was staring at some empty corner, and she asked him what was there.
Recommended by alvinism: "Funny stuff! Especially the poster that was manipulated! "
January 09, 2007
Mark Leung said Once upon a time, when Earth was still a beautiful place, an evil force came to turn all living things into Vegetarians...
Mark Leung, a Singaporean, studying in Massachusetts created "College Saga" - an extremely funny, humorous and highly entertaining video about a spoof on different RPG games like Final Fantasy.
Check out the small details like random people walking around and the local atm card when he opens his wallet.
January 04, 2007
In any case, from my extensive field surveys, I come to the conclusion that both boys and girls ogle girl photos, but boy photos are seldom ogled. Boys will of course not ogle other boys, ours being a very correct heterosexual nation. And girls will never admit to ogling boys. Even in front of the computer screen girls will only look at boy photo out of the corner of their eye, and then look away and pretend to be inspecting toenail. Like that who will read boys blog? The boys all think "Haiyah this guy is a pussy", and the girls keep averting their eyes from the computer screen. Gone case already.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "It speaks the truth, but with humour so we may all come to accept it in our own time."
December 31, 2006
My sister's wedding video, a parody of a typical Bollywood film. Done to the song "Yeh Ladka Hai Deewana" (This Boy/Girl Is Crazy) from the famous Hindi movie Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998).
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "A parody of a very popular Hindi Movie, Singapore Style! complete with back up dancers and coconuts!"