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Saturday, January 24, 2004

Quote of the Day:

"Nunquam ubi sub ubi!"

create your own visited country map
or write about it on the open travel guide

Aiyah, very pathetic. Anyway this thing is misleading. If I just put a foot in each country for one second, the whole map would be red.

Which Evil Villain Bad Habit are you?

Very accurate quiz.

I got this Canon S200SPx Bubble Jet Printer for $88 at Carrefour today, which is a great price for such a small printer (or maybe I'm just out of touch with the tech market). But it didn't come with a USB cable. Argh!

And this brings the number of USB peripherals I have to. One cable modem, one scanner, one MP3 player (currently down), one digital camera, one printer (What's wrong with LPT1?!) and one external cd-rw drive. All sharing 2 ports. Yeh.

I'd get a USB hub, but I remember what happened the last time I tried using one. *shudder*

140 days (20 weeks) to ORD!

Friday, January 23, 2004

Grammar Fuhrer
You are the grammar Fuhrer. All bow to your
authority. You will crush all the inferior
people under the soles of your jackboots, and
any who question your motives will be
eliminated. Your punishment is being the bane
of every other person's existence, because
you're constantly contradicting stupidity.
Everyone will be gunning for you. Your dreams
of a master race of spellers and grammarians
frighten the masses. You must always watch your
back. If only your power could be used for good
instead of evil.

What is your grammar aptitude?
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Haven't deteriorated that much. At least in non-verbal skills.

Penguin Batting

I got zapped by metal surfaces due to static electricity discharge twice. Seems I'm becoming like my sister. Maybe it's due to the new shoes. Or maybe I should get mattresses that reduce the level of static electricity in your body.

I think bureaucrats are extremely comforted by the sight, feel and smell of redundant paperwork, especially since they don't have to create it. They also suffer from a paranoid fear of having too little data to work with, so they call for a suffocating excess of it instead.

Ramblings from a distant land:

"a friend of mind has suggestged picking up 16-17 year old chicks because they've just hit puberty but are still young enough to con. you've been down orchard road. 14 year olds these days dress like geylang whores. most girls these days have seen more at 16 than we have in our whole lives."
Stolen baby Jesus figurine comes back black - Someone who took a baby Jesus figurine from a church's outdoor Nativity scene painted its skin black and then brought it back.

TV sitcom so transforms use of English - Language from popular Friends sitcom provides viable reflection of changes in American dialects

Terrorists of Another Brand - If you visited Disney World in Orlando sometime in the late 1990s and had occasion to ride a water taxi in one of the several theme parks, your boat driver just might have been a friendly middle-aged fellow with a nametag bearing "Jean-Claude." The tag may have even shown he was from Haiti. Perhaps Jean-Claude would have answered a few of your questions about the park, or even patted your young son or daughter on the shoulder as your family disembarked from the vessel. Disney officials, after all, have publicly stated that Jean-Claude Duperval was a fine employee until he left in 2002. It’s likely Duperval’s former employer did not provide a reference letter to Disney, since the former employer was Haitian dictator Raoul Cedras. Major General Jean-Claude Duperval was once the Deputy Commander of the Haitian Army under Raoul Cedras and helped Cedras and his band of thugs run that impoverished island country after they overthrew the duly elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide in 1991.

The last dinner of King Midas.

Kokomo Spoof

Guess the Dictator or Sit-Com Character

The Official Ninja Webpage: REAL Ultimate Power

Black People Love Us - We are well-liked by Black people so we're psyched (since lots of Black people don't like lots of White people)!! We thought it'd be cool to honor our exceptional status with a ROCKIN' domain name and a killer website!!

What Beagle 2 was supposed to do on landing on Mars: "To the amazement of any nearby denizens of the Red Planet, it will play a pop song (by Blur), display a modern art picture and release balloons with sponsor’s names on them. (These are all genuine scientific experiments, but the Poms have noticed a way to make money, hopefully enough to fund the entire space program)." (Dr Bob's Skeptical Quiz, Sep 2000 issue) Maybe the little green men didn't like Blur and zapped it with their photon guns

Handsome Boy, Steven Lim aka the Eyebrow Plucker has updated! Now he's writing a book "that includes tips on... fast and magical weight gain and loss and also better skins with less acne problems!!!"

If I ever meet him on the streets, I will ask him to pluck my eyebrows and then take a picture with him!

Entries in the The Online Atheist Dictionary:

Bear - A wild animal used by God to kill groups of children for making fun of bald prophets (2nd kings 2:23-24)

Circular Argument:
* (See circular logic)

Circular Logic:
* (See circular reasoning)

Circular Reasoning
* (See circular argument)

Many other mirth inducing examples abound. The entries are mostly shorter and less dense than those in the equally excellent, albeit more verbose Devil's Dictionary (The latter link is non-blasphemous - well, largely anyway - and is safe for reading by people of all ages and dispositions).

Wednesday, January 21, 2004


Chinese New Year. Ho hum. Got bored several times during the dinner, but at least the food was good.

I think the Chinese have this really macabre obsession with making money, striking it rich and worshipping the God of Fortune, as reflected in their New Year Songs.

Rants and Sites

I updated my A70's firmware from 1.0.0 to 2.0.0 and all that happens is it becomes PictBridge compatible? They've got to be joking.

~NEVER BUY TAMPONS AGAIN! ~Menstrual Cup~New! - Melvin finds the weirdest stuff on ebay.

The Spice Boys - THE DARKNESS have done the impossible — and become Britain’s fastest growing band in the United States since the SPICE GIRLS.

"I will nail you all night, I'll hit like a mountain. Don don don diri diri don don don don" - Madrigals can be vulgar but it's okay as long as the lyrics are in Italian (First line in Italian: Mi ficcar tutta notte, urtar come monton. Now, don't that sound innocent!)

"not only do they touch each other's boobs
they touch other's ppl's boobs
ppl who do not want to be touched"

- Someone studying overseas on JC age girls from Singapore. I thought only guys liked molesting each other.

Intellectual Whoring

Why VERY INTELLIGENT Men Fail With Women

Got the above via E-mail - presumably the one who sent it to me thinks that he falls into the category of "VERY INTELLIGENT" :P

"If you don't know what to do at every step along the way, you'll be shut down very quickly. Women have an AMAZING "He doesn't get it" radar system. Women have all kinds of subtle and ingenious tests that they throw at men to separate the "get its" from the "don't get its". And if you don't get it, then you're going to fail one of these tests VERY quickly. But the worst part is that you won't ever KNOW that you were being tested... OR that you failed."

In a related note, was sent (by the same person) - Intellectual Whores. In short, it does not refer to a "smart slut" as it were, but rather to males who are kept around by women for their mental entertainment. These men usually want to sleep with these women who usually consider these men friends.

Among other things, there is an article on "Ladder Theory", "a theory of adult male/female interaction".

'you're everybody's favourite intellectual whore!!... what got me interested in the first place was because you were a "intellectual whore"' - Gee.


we all know the turban is an intergral part of sikhism, while the tudung is not.. but rather a mere accessory with religious conotations, such as wearing a cross.

Unfortunately, modernity has eroded the basic tenets of sikhism. How many Sikh boys do you see with turbans these days? The bracelets you see more frequently. I wouldn't know how many still carry the Khanga or wear the Kachha, but you sure as hell don't see people brandishing their Kirpans! I'm not sure whether using the dagger-toothed comb to symbolise the Kirpan is disingeneous or not - could someone enlighten me as to this (someone who is not He Who Shall Not Be Named will be most welcome ;) )?


Unfortunately, fewer than 5 people confirmed that they'd attend
the Singapore, SG Atheists Meetup, so this month's Meetup is
CANCELLED. Help make it happen next month!

What you can do now:

Spread the word for next month:

* Tell friends about http://atheists.meetup.com/
* Post flyers around town: http://atheists.meetup.com/flyer/
* Tell good websites about http://atheists.meetup.com/share/



Help spread the word for next month:

* Tell friends about http://brights.meetup.com/
* Post flyers around town: http://brights.meetup.com/flyer/
* Tell good websites about http://brights.meetup.com/share/

(For the uninitiated: A bright is a person who has a naturalistic worldview. A bright's worldview is free of supernatural and mystical elements. The ethics and actions of a bright are based on a naturalistic worldview.)

14.8% of Singapore has no religious affiliation, I'm sure we can get at least 5 on Meetup.com.
Viruses of the Mind by Richard Dawkins

Even for those who frown on controversy and political incorrectness, Section 2, Computer Viruses: a Model for an Informational Epidemiology, makes for an interesting read.

The article also explores something that has puzzled me for a long time thus: "Is it possible that some religious doctrines are favored not in spite of being ridiculous but precisely because they are ridiculous? Any wimp in religion could believe that bread symbolically represents the body of Christ, but it takes a real, red-blooded Catholic to believe something as daft as the transubstantiation. If you believe that you can believe anything", and includes a seemingly paradoxical (and thus intriguing) quote: Certum est, quia impossibile est (The fact is certain because it is impossible.) (Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullian, De Carne Christi [ch. V, pt. II])

George W Bush and the real state of the Union - 0: Number of coffins of dead soldiers returning home from Iraq that the Bush administration has allowed to be photographed, 0: Number of funerals or memorials that President Bush has attended for soldiers killed in Iraq, 100: Number of fund-raisers attended by Bush or Vice-President Dick Cheney in 2003

F*** THE NAZIS, SAYS CHURCHILL'S PARROT - SHE WAS at Winston Churchill's side during Britain's darkest hour. And now Charlie the parrot is 104 years old...and still cursing the Nazis.

Passers-by stop to watch as flames envelope a young Buddhist monk, Saigon, October 5th, 1963., Buddhist monk sacrifices himself - A Vietnamese-born Buddhist monk who self-immolated outside a U.S. pagoda on Christmas Eve sacrificed himself to call for an end to religious repression in his native country The more things change, the more they stay the same

Hotel Erotica - We have all had one night - The things people get up to in the Sims Online

THE SIMS AND THE ALPHAVILLE HERALD - As they observe, When you try to censor someone, though, everyone else will automatically believe that what they're saying must be true

Had a spin on the Beta version of Technorati, and found yet more people I don't know linking me. Wah. Who are all of you? :0

It seems most Nokia phones support only 4 simultaneous tones. That's pathetic.
I have just removed the opacity, partly in preparation for a new layout (sometime in the distant future). IE shouldn't choke up on it anymore.

My page's new layout is "commissioned for $15 from someone".

And maybe the only people to go on Friendster now are bored NS guys in camp and kairen, though the latter may have something to say about that *g*

Tuesday, January 20, 2004

Something's wrong... everytime i go to gssq.blogspot.com my IE crashes. Any-way... for all those who didn't know, i'm back in singapore and singapore is ... very hot. What's this craze about adidas, and now puma shoes?

I see "Gabriel's homepage" has surfaced yet again. Who did the layout for u? On first glance it doesn't look like signature gabriel style. What is gabriel style? Any thoughts?

On another note, is the friendster craze dying out? Haven't seen any recent bulletin board messages/new friendster requests on my friendster for some time

Sunday, January 18, 2004

That the quote happens to be there is purely a coincidence. I've got the ORD mood, remember?

Muslims protest head-scarf ban in France

Considering that the ban is only for public schools, the reaction seems disproportionate.

Funny how Singaporean Muslims meekly accepted the standing headscarf ban. I say, in the interests of fairness and consistency, that the turban should be banned too.

Damnit, the first 2 pages of search results for "'power rangers' kimberly" are mostly sites offering access to the usenet newsgroups "alt.sex.fetish.power-rangers.kimberly" and "alt.sex.fetish.power-rangers.kimberly.tight-spandex".
I'm surprised no one has made any politically-correct comments about your use of "arbeit macht freit" when juxtaposed against your sufferings in NS.

Although, you fat spoiled bastard, even a vague allusion comparing your life to Auschwitz and the Shoah is pure self-pity.
I'd intended to use the same basic layout for both Balderdash and my re-launched homepage, but it hasn't worked out due to my inability to tweak the layers to compensate for the dynamic blog Image of the Week (or other time interval) and the positioning of the blog entries. Oh well. Maybe I'll use another layout in the near future. In any case, I present:

Gabriel's Homepage (Vague Incarnation III)

It comes with some words about the history of both sites, since I was feeling somewhat inspired in my half-daze.

What You Can't Say - (This essay is about heresy: how to think forbidden thoughts, and what to do with them. The latter was till recently something only a small elite had to think about. Now we all have to, because the Web has made us all publishers.) - I can't really say succinctly what this article is about, but I found it very enriching. Plus, there was a reply to He Who Must Not Be Named's accusation that altrusim is always a thin veneer disguising pure, unadulterated self-interest (since he always sees the worst in people and the human race to better vindicate his lambasting of everyone and anyone, while ensuring that he has already totally debased and degraded himself, all so no one can accuse him of hypocrisy, only of being ridiculous), as well a riposte to his extremely broad definition of hypocrisy which would make leading a normal life impossible.

I admit it seems cowardly to keep quiet. When I read about the harassment to which the Scientologists subject their critics, or that pro-Israel groups are "compiling dossiers" on those who speak out against Israeli human rights abuses, or about people being sued for violating the DMCA, part of me wants to say, "All right, you bastards, bring it on." The problem is, there are so many things you can't say. If you said them all you'd have no time left for your real work. You'd have to turn into Noam Chomsky.

Making the same point is this Zits comic:

(Image has been resized so it won't break the layout)

Ever since my brother in law finished his Masters in Management, he's read nothing but stupid management books which say nothing that's not new and commonsensical, and inflicting these theories on me daily. In other news, we ordered "Candian" 2 for 1 Pizza last night, and agreed that it sucks. Hell, even frozen pizza is better and cheaper.

My mother has some very weird ideas. She thinks that I thought a pair of pants she recently shortened for me are too short only because Screwed Up Girl said so. Huh?!

Pacman for Excel - The amazing things macros can do.

JD5000 Proxomitron Filters - Perhaps the most intricate filter set I've ever seen. Industrial strength filtering indeed, but I've yet to work out the bugs it causes with Hotmail.

Ban Comics Sans - Some people are obviously too free. But then, I have an abiding suspicion that this is a joke.

Garfield Sucks - I totally agree. It's seriously un-funny and lame.

A Woman's Guide to Peeing Standing Up

Smoke Kills - How smoking leads to the Apocalypse

Does it take less muscles to smile than it does to frown?


Woman's Skin Falls Off, Miracuously Lives

Bush's Desolate Imperium - Though the author is a little alarmist and extremist, I largely agree with the points in this essay. Sadly, the USA has already swung too far to the right.

"The only unassailable arguments these days are materialism and pure philosophical agnosticism. If you are dealing with someone who believes that the material world exists, you can win every argument by having the position that all that exists are atoms and molecules bouncing randomly around and that there is no moral or philosophical principle that can be proven to be true, or even to have any meaning. Life is completely pointless on a philosophical level, but if you want to continue filling your belly just for the sheer bloody- mindedness of it, Darwin pointed out the basic game plan and Ayn Rand filled in the egotistical details. Have at it.

If you have someone who is more clever and knows to argue that the material world may not exist, then there are not only no moral or philosophical principles that can be proven to exist, but indeed, there are no scientific principles that can be proven to exist either. You have sunken into solipsism, which of course can't be proven either, leaving you with no provable statements whatsoever. As before of course, if you wish to continue filling your non-existent belly with insubstantial morsels, there are plenty of other non-existent people who will apparently play that game with what we will for argument's sake call you, so jolly good luck, if there were such a thing. "

Singapore assailed on 'hidden' death penalty toll

Singapore leads the world in executions, putting more people to death on a per capita basis than Saudi Arabia, China and Sierra Leone, the human rights group Amnesty International said Thursday.

In a report entitled "Singapore: The Death Penalty - A Hidden Toll of Executions," the organization described the city-state's execution rate as "shockingly high" and called on the government to impose a moratorium on all executions and commute all death sentences to prison terms.

"We are also calling on the authorities to end the secrecy about the use of the death penalty and encourage public debate," the rights group added.

About 400 people have been hanged in Singapore since 1991, mostly for drug-trafficking, Amnesty International said.

Singapore's drug laws are among the world's harshest. Anyone 18 or older who is convicted of carrying more than 15 grams, or half an ounce, of heroin faces mandatory execution by hanging.

But there was "no convincing evidence" that the tough penalties had curbed drug use, the organization said, citing Singapore Central Narcotics Bureau statistics. The figures showed that 3,393 people were arrested for drug offenses in 2002 and that the number of new drug abusers was up 16 percent from 2001.

From 1994 to 1999, an average of 13.57 executions were carried out per one million people, three times higher than the next country on the list, Saudi Arabia, Amnesty International said.

The Prisons Department said 400 executions since 1991 was a "fair estimation." The government does not usually publish statistics about death sentences or reveal the number of prisoners on death row.

I still support the abolition of the death penalty, especially since it doesn't seem to deter people
Quote of the Day: "Arbeit Macht Frei"

Trust in the SAF

The SAF has a serious problem with trust. The implicit assumption is that enlistees can't think and are unworthy and incapable of being entrusted with responsibility, as reflected by the lower pay and status. Then again, even Senior Specialists are not that highly regarded, to say nothing of Specialists. If you are a Third Sergeant, you are entrusted with the onerous burdens of conducing warmups for PT and being a station IC for IPPT, but you are not trusted to do (marginally) more important things, like conducting activities, leading WITS Teams or approving documents. Those are tasks fit only for Officers, as we all know that their (on the whole) higher educational level and 9 months in OCS have magically endowed them with wondrous skills, even if the real work is done by other people - most often poor, suffering NSF enlistees, the true unsung heroes (more than roadsweepers, who at least get paid for their effort, have a choice to quit and get copious tributes in Chinese moral education textbooks) - most of the time (as is the case of the latter 2 examples) while everything is done in the name of the Officers, giving them all the credit [Ed: You can substitute "regulars" for "officers" and the point would hold - perhaps even more firmly].

Then again, I don't blame them. Non-officer NSFs can't be trusted, and there are good reasons for this. You enslave them for at least 2 years and treat them with little respect, like they are sub-humans unworthy of dignity due to their lack of rank. You make them do things they don't want to do. They serve as your guinea pigs, scapegoats and whipping boys for regulars. And then to add insult to injury, you pay them peanuts. Perhaps the most damning factor, however, is the lack of trust in Non-officer NSFs. Trust is reciprocal and recursive - if it is not given it won't be returned, and if you don't try to trust someone in the first place, he will never try to earn the trust. It's just like how children won't love you if you don't love them back.

In contrast, let me cite an anecdote that was related to us. This Australian soldier was hyperventillating due to an acute allergic reaction brought on by drinking water that had been purified with iodine. Their medic specialist gave him 2 puffs of Salbutamol, gave him a shot of adrenaline and sent him straight to the hospital. In contrast, we aren't allowed to give patients any medicine except for 2 tablets of panadol - not even over-the-counter medicine, let alone Salbutamol, and SAF personnel on ambulance attachment are only supposed to observe, even if their medical qualifications are greater than that of the SCDF paramedics.

PACES, the computer system for medical record management, undoubtedly sounded like a good idea when it was first introduced in the middle of the last decade. However, I think it is responsible for the greatest complaint of the patients - the waiting time. Due to the slowness of the system (mostly due to network bottlenecks), it can take up to 3-4 hours for a patient to get his medicine and status slip from the time he sees the MO. Whereas under the old manual system, a patient could conceivably leave the medical centre with his medicine and status 3 minutes after seeing the MO. This problem has become particular evident recently, for our report sick rate since the start of the year has been of a magnitude unseen since BMT, and comparable to that of 46's (considering their PTP started less than a month ago, that's saying something). 42 must be doing really horrible things to them.

I have an inkling that when cellular phones first came out, the SAF banned them. Eventually however, it sucuumbed to the inevitable and now the SAF would collapse without them. I wonder what implications the growing crop of camera phones has for the SAF - they are the future, and I don't think everyone is going to change their phones just to use them in camp. Maybe they will accept the inevitable eventually.

I think the ORD mood is striking me. The past week I've been ditzy and easily amused, and have been in better humour than for a long time - maybe since my unit started whacking me last July. Or maybe 42 has finally driven me crazy.

It seems all the uniformed SAF women I see are warrant officers. I wonder where they are hidden when they are sergeants. Maybe it's to keep them away from deprived NSFs.

A friend went for his BMT recourse and was the only one there who found the food good. Coincidentally (or otherwise), he was also the only one from Armour. Hmm.

Our cookhouses are getting pseudo-Western pretentions again. One day we had what was billed as "Mulligatawny Soup". This turned out to be a hot-and-sour soup with potatoes and onions inside - a far cry from its description as a "Classic Anglo-Indian soup, the name of which means "pepper water," [which] should be richly endowed with meat and piquantly spiced." At the same meal, the "Chicken Chop with BBQ Sauce" was more a hunk of chicken than a chop.

One of the great mysteries of life - why, by the time I eat my breakfast at the cookhouse, there's only one option left, usually the poorer one - has been solved: One day I went there early, and saw that the SFI people were only serving one of the two choices of breakfast, probably to save manpower. So their laziness condemns most of us to eating the lousier breakfast.

We now have Company PT on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The Unit Fitness Program (UFP) has been moved to Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Whee. Time to collapse from exhaustion. Luckily I'm starting to clear my off and leave...

Recently I've put this Singtel 2004 Calendar on my table in the medical centre, and marked each day from January 1st to June 11th with a number (days till June 12th). Now, not only do people vandalise my calendar, they keep moving it from its location. I've a good mind to nail it to the table.

I think a lot of the stupid things we are made to do can be explained thus - the people who make us do them think that we are as free as they are.

Misc Matters

It seems that Singaporean judges always like to use vitriol laden, emotionally charged language. Eg "You are a monster". I've come across many other examples, but they do not readily come to mind. I find that very unhealthy as self-righteous moralism is no way to dispense Justice - which is supposed to be blind, fair, just and impartial, after all - as it probably leads to unnecessarily harsh sentences being dispensed.

China is being hypocritical again. They've trotted out the "interference in our internal affairs" line again which, oddly enough, doesn't seem to have been used recently, and called on the USA to "stop interfering in Hong Kong's Internal Affairs" after a spokesman said the USA supported moves towards democracy there. Right. Meanwhile, China gets to interfere in Taiwan's Internal Affairs flagrantly and shamelessly, even making not-so-veiled threats of war and as for Tibet, well, it's much worse than mere "interference".

The Nokia DKU-5 cable is ridiculously overpriced. I saw it at $88 at one shop, and that's apparently one of the cheaper quotations. I wonder how they think they can charge so much for a simple cable.

The music that NUH plays to callers being put on hold is now Chinese New Year music. Argh!

I've finally seen the books authored by Fabio! After hearing about them for so long but not seeing them, I'd thought they were apocryphal, but one day in EMF bookstore I saw his familiar pectorals splashed across a book cover.

No anti-dandruff shampoo I've used has ever worked, but Selsun, a selenium sulphide suspension, is working miracles. I heartily recommend it.


[On booking out dockets] What do you put in remarks? [Someone: 'Post Out'] [Me: 'Good riddance'] They're actually very nice people. [Me: Then what did they do to deserve a place like 42?] That's what they were saying during posting.

[On someone attempting to commit suicide by drinking a bottle of muscle rub] Next time ask him to kill someone first... Kill the people who are torturing him.

It's good to have a horse... I can ride it to camp... but nowhere to park... I can let it walk home, then when I need it I can whistle and it will come, like Gandalf (It would be good, but there's, Gandalf did)

rifle stringe (sling)

You mean your camera got phone meh (phone, camera)

Braised pork chop in haninanese sauce (hainanese)

If you ask me my unit - SIW lah. [Someone: School of Infantry Weapons?] Soldier in Wonderland.

[On the price of being in the Premier Combined Arms Division] They are fuckers. My reports are never ending.

If Gabriel pass IPPT, I'll treat the whole medical centre Crystal Jade. [Someone: The Taka one] If Gabriel get a silver for IPPT, I'll treat the whole medical centre anything they want. [Me: If I get Gold, you'll treat the whole of Sungei Gedong] If Gabriel get gold, I'll treat the whole of Sungei Gedong anything. One bao4 yu2 [Ed: Abalone] each. (passes, centre to, gets, centre to, gets, Gedong to)

[On asking questions of TCS Artistes] You are sex kitten. I always fantasise you going around my bed naked (?)

[On asking questions of Fiona Xie] I'm a big fan of your breasts

[On asking questions of TCS Artistes] How do you keep your breasts so big?

[On my good humour] Gabriel, are you getting married or something?

[On SCDF people] The other day we saw them being knocked down at the gate. [Someone: Are you sure they weren't saying Friday prayers?] Jee bye! [Someone: Kannina!]

[Me on someone: Effeminate does not mean gay] He's not like Andrew Gan.

[On me not getting an understudy] After you ORD, 42's morale will go down, then they will have to be decommissioned as a unit... No one to book referrals.

[On a regular] See? Gey Kiang [Ed: Hokkien for 'trying to be too smart'], go and upgrade. Now cannot pass [IPPT], want to downgrade.

[On sggirls.com] I normally go for 'swimsuit' and 'laundry' (lingerie)
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