- Avoid Wildfire Pizza
- What’s Up with Some WhatsApp Users?
- Now Everyone Is An Author
- The Retards Doth Complain Too Much, Methinks
- Do Hungry Ghosts Exist?
- Modern-day Freakshows
- The Indispensable Pests in Our Lives
- Remembering Heinz Schwarzkopf – Gentlemen’s Gentleman
- Fame is a Double-edged Sword
- They Who Can Do No Wrong?
Monthly Archives: August 2015
He built a nation but he was a tough task master. Underlings would cringe in his presence. Larger than life, working with him; hard, pointed questions and scoldings were the norm. He was a perfectionist and tolerated no mistakes. He … Continue reading
Since Monday we’ve heard that for every Singapore dollar we could get something like three Malaysian Ringgits. People are saying “Good, good” and planning their trips to Johor Bahru. Their happiness will be short-lived. Malaysia will soon raise prices. And … Continue reading
During Sunday’s National Day Rally, as Kit Chan was belting out the song Home, 26-year-old Wu Jiezhen stood up, because she was “swept up in the moment.” I may be old-fashioned but I suspect this is symptomatic of the narcissistic … Continue reading
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel choked back tears in a four-minute rant about Cecil the Zimbabwean lion and its killer, a dentist from Minnesota. “I’m not against hunting,” he explained, saying it’s ok to kill animals when it’s for food, to control … Continue reading
If I had put aside all the money I have spent in the last 30 years eating all over the world at so-called famous award-winning restaurants and those featuring celebrity chefs, I would be able to buy another house at … Continue reading
A first-time member of parliament, a lawyer by profession, announced a couple of days ago, that he will be “retiring” from politics because “he felt his work was done.” Until the announcement, I have never heard of Alvin Yeo – … Continue reading
Qantas flight QF36, scheduled to leave Singapore for Melbourne on August 9th at 7.55pm finally flew off only on August 10th at 6.54pm. What happened? On August 9th, when Singapore was celebrating its Golden Jubilee, the airspace was closed from … Continue reading
You are standing on the left of the escalator, as is the practice here, and suddenly some retard zooms past you on the right. Thing is by the time you reach the bottom, the same retard has just gained only … Continue reading
When I was at the circus, my monthly report to my boss would receive a one-word response: “Noted.” Bosses are required to spend one-on-one time with those under them, but this boss never did. She was allocated to be my … Continue reading