December 01, 2008
There's something in your spice mixture that not only stings the tongue, but also the stomach, then the intestines. I felt horrible the whole day after lunch, with this burning feeling in my tummy gnawing at me. It was as though the chewed and digested Mega Mcspicy burned whatever part of my body it was in contact with.
This cumulated into several bad episodes of very painful diarrhoea at midnight. Being medically trained, I knew that it wasn't harmful yet so I did not see a doctor.
A quick search on Google shows that I'm not the only one.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "If you want to eat the Mega McSpicy, think again, for you might end up with a Mega McDiarrhoea."
January 10, 2008
omy carried a special report on MC King’s funeral. You can watch the vodcast HERE.
I read on Tomorrow.SG where some joker commented: “I WILL TAKE MC ON MONDAY AS A RESPECT FOR HIS DEATH”.
At first, I thought the statement was distasteful and disrespectful of the departed. Then again, after thinking it through, given MC King’s public profile as a talented comedian, he may be able to appreciate such humour.
What do you guys think? How about a MC King Day next Monday where everyone take MC to commemorate him? Is this evil?
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Video of his funeral proceeding... MC King Day anyone?"
January 04, 2008
Just happened this afternoon... our condolence.Details of his death is fuzzy and the media seems to have been caught by surprise, judging from the report on xin.sg. Whatever the cause, Singapore just lost another talented comedian.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Just happened this afternoon... our condolence."
August 18, 2006
New York Times said:
You can’t buy Wrigley’s Spearmint gum in Singapore. But human embryonic stem cells? That’s a different matter.
Last month a local company, ES Cell International, claimed to be the first company to commercially produce human embryonic stem cell lines in a way that makes them suitable for clinical trials. Researchers can buy vials of stem cells from ES Cell over the Internet for $6,000.
Recommended by The Screwy Skeptic: "gum no, stem cells yes."