Author Archives: Lohcifer

What’s Up with Some WhatsApp Users?

Irritating WhatsApp habits abound: such as people blurting you a question asking how you are and then disappear for the rest of the day, not bothering to check their phone for your response. It’s almost like an obligatory pat of … Continue reading

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Now Everyone Is An Author

My ex-colleague proudly announced to me that the latest anti-Trump book he ordered has just arrived. A new book about Trump seems to crop up each week. Retards like Omarosa Manigault Newman, Anthony Scaramucci, Corey Lewandowski, John Bolton, James Comey, … Continue reading

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The Retards Doth Complain Too Much, Methinks

Chinatown is decked up to light up like Hong Kong, in commemoration of the Mid-autumn Festival which will occur on October 1st. Some auspicious wordings on those banners had to be changed after complaints from some members of the public. … Continue reading

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Do Hungry Ghosts Exist?

Yes, they do. A group of people who called themselves Freegans (from the words “free” and “vegans”) have been going around collecting and consuming fruit offered for worship. They had a bountiful harvest during the Hungry Ghost Month which ended … Continue reading

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Modern-day Freakshows

They are mostly women. Although men are guilty of it too. They would stuff a whole live and squirming obscene-looking phallic-like geoduck clam into their mouth and while chewing and half choking, talk about how yummy it tastes. Food porn. … Continue reading

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The Indispensable Pests in Our Lives

In 1958, Mao Zedong ordered the extermination of every sparrow in China. He could scarcely have guessed the magnitude of the shitstorm he had set in motion. “The Four Pests Campaign” was part of the Chinese Communist Party’s disastrous Great … Continue reading

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Remembering Heinz Schwarzkopf – Gentlemen’s Gentleman

Heinz Schwarzkopf November 10th 1950 August 26th 2020 I first met Heinz Schwarzkopf about ten years ago. He subsequently visited Singapore a few more times. He visited twice in 2017,  first, to attend a gathering organized by local pipe-smoking friends … Continue reading

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Fame is a Double-edged Sword

They were dancing in the streets of Chennai, India, because 8,000 miles (13,000km) away, someone they claim to be their own may one day become the vice president of the United States.  Kamala Harris’ mum hails from India (her dad is … Continue reading

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They Who Can Do No Wrong?

Jerry Falwell, Jr, president of the ultra-conservative fundamentalist Christian university, Liberty University, which has extremely strict rules of behavior for its students, was once spotted drinking alcohol and dancing in a nightclub with his wife and children. Early this month … Continue reading

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Partagas Culebras

Legend has it that the origin of this peculiar cigar lies in the daily smokes given to the rollers. They were allowed to have only one cigar a day. So, they got creative. They took three cigars when they were … Continue reading

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