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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2007 1:38 am    Post subject: Just a reminder to infidelity! Reply with quote

Obsessed with Sex? Who isn't? We're all normal. Viagra is being touted as the solution for fading capabilities and many people are very concerned about their prowess. But please remember this article,

"Friday, 1 July, 2005, 10:26 GMT 11:26 UK

Asia warned about Aids explosion
By Chris Hogg
BBC News, Tokyo



The disease has spread quickly among China's migrant workers
Asia faces a 150% increase in HIV/Aids infections over the next five years unless more is done, a report warns.

The UNAIDS study says that those most likely to contract HIV - drug users, homosexuals and sex workers - must be the focus of prevention efforts.

The report was published as a conference began in Japan looking at what is needed to try to halt the regional spread of the disease .

In much of Asia people do not think Aids is a big issue, the report said.

It is true that in many countries in this region, the proportion of people infected is low.

In India, for example, less than 1% of the population is infected, much lower than in South Africa, where 20% have HIV.

'Cheap medicine'

But because of the large populations of many Asian countries, those figures disguise the huge numbers of infections.

So in India, the number of people with HIV is exactly the same as South Africa, around five million cases.

And in Japan, where the number of infections is relatively small, the disease is spreading as fast as it is in the worst affected countries in the world.

UNAIDS says the priorities in Asia must be cheap medicine and prevention.

As always, the funding available for the fight is inadequate, UNAIDS says.

Asia has a chance to get ahead of this infection; with the right approach, the number of new infections could be halved. "
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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2007 9:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Indeed Aids is going to be a big killer if the people are not going to be educated in how to protect themselves from this 21st century plague. Many are still too ignorant or taking things for granted as long as the other party looks decent and clean. Aids has no face and is hidden beneath the beautiful and handsome face.

I was reading a post by this guy who had a romp recently, an orgy among the well heeled in Singapore. He had sex with two women in the same night and only realised what he could have exposed himself to. Now he is worrying like hell. And he could have had it just because of a night of drinking and wild cheap fun. The temptation is just too great.

And I just read in the morning paper that a fame blogger and personality in China proclaimed that a woman's life is not worth living if she does not have 5 men in her life. The changing values and lifestyle will mean that Aids will walk into anyone's home unknowingly and uninvited. And by the time the victim knows that he had it, he could have shared it with many more.

The frightening thing is that many are carriers without knowing it and going happily fxxing around.
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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 8:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Was there public outrage?

The judge said there was public outrage on the case about a preacher having 10 wives and fathering 64 children and the wives encouraging their daughters to have sex with the father preacher.

Was there any public outrage? If there was, this thing would not have happened and been going on for so long. It is not sex between two frogs or many frogs at the bottom of a well and not visible to anyone. It occurred right before the eyes of many people, the whole community and neighbourhood cannot be blind to it.

How could this thing go on for so long without anyone putting a stop to it at the early stages?
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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 10:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

redbean wrote:
Was there public outrage?

The judge said there was public outrage on the case about a preacher having 10 wives and fathering 64 children and the wives encouraging their daughters to have sex with the father preacher.

Was there any public outrage? If there was, this thing would not have happened and been going on for so long. It is not sex between two frogs or many frogs at the bottom of a well and not visible to anyone. It occurred right before the eyes of many people, the whole community and neighbourhood cannot be blind to it.

How could this thing go on for so long without anyone putting a stop to it at the early stages?


This is one of those extraordinary stories.

So, don't ever forget this is an extraordinary country run by extraordinary
men with extraordinary talent to get extraordinary pay.

Therefore, such extraordinary things will only come out at extraordinary
times and extraordinary timing.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2007 8:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Trees are attacking Singaporeans

The trees are striking at Singaporeans, killing 3 in a row. And so is our water. Wild water and safe water, they are still life threatening. It is time to cut down all the trees and warn Singaporeans not to go near them or the water. The building of dykes would come in handy to keep the water away. And all pools should be covered up to be used only as water containers.

What have we done to the trees and water that they are picking on us? Is there any infidelity on our part to deserve the wrath of nature?

It is very strange for trees to attack people. And swimming pool incidents should not have happened again and again. We are now so experience in picking dead children bodies from the pools. Do we want to continue to do so?
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2007 8:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ang Mo professor says Singlish good leh

Is this another form of infidelity? Should we take the Ang Mo professor's comment as a compliment, an encouragement to go on and develop our version of Singlish?

Quite nice actually. Then lin peh can speak Singlish to the Filipinos and they can reply in Tagalog English and our Malaysian and Indonesian English all together. Shiok, Singapore will be so colourful.

Si peh ho. This is another sign of progress. Laughing
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2007 9:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ban that song

In the Sunday Times column, 'English as it is broken', it tries to explain the proper usage of person and people as often people are confused when using these two words. A person is a person, singular. People is a collective now. So it is proper to say one person or two persons but not one people or two people. It is incorrect to say there are one or two people in the room. It is correct to say one person or two person in the room. So cannot say one people.

This brings me to the famous national song of Singapore, One people, one nation, one Singapore. This must be broken English or Singlish. How can we sing 'one people'?

Actually English is a bloody confusing language to use. And my first paragraph has me confused too. I begin with 'people are' and then 'people is'. Now which is right and which is wrong. People is a collective now, and is is used to explain the word. The people are friendly, the noun in action.

And who says one cannot write 'is is' in the same sentence? Stupid English or Singlish?
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2007 9:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sunday best for frivolous pursuits

What shall we talk about on Sunday? I read about ladies being insulted because they were more than 36 years old. And the reason, they were not seen as useful to attract men to frolic or spend money in drinks on them. And socialites all dressed up to their nines for a night out ended being humiliated in public. Please don't come even if you put on several thousand bucks of hardware on their expensively treated skins. They are not going to waste a couple of free drinks on them. No deserving, past their prime.

I am sure the ladies did not go to public entertainment places to be insulted.

Then the beautiful below 36s. Would they feel elated that their youth is good enough to be given free drinks? Or would they be equally insulted that the free drinks were given to them as cheap rewards to attract customers to the joints. Were they exploited? Would they not feel cheated? Just for a few free drinks, they are paraded as commercial adverts and they have no inkling about it?

All for a few free handouts? Embarassed
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2007 8:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another frivolous pursuit

An 86 year old auntie signed on the dotted line to pay $52k for a slimming regime and her daughters are crying foul. Should they or are they being unreasonable? The auntie is not of unsound mind and wants to look slim and pretty. She was not coerced to sign and pay. She did it with eyes open wide wide. The daughter are complaining to CASE for a refund. Hey, it is caveat emptor.

Or should we expect a slimming centre to tell a 86 year auntie that she shouldn't waste her money at her age? Is it the duty of a commercial slimming centre not to sell their products? They are there to promote and sell their products for profit. And if there is no misrepresentation, then there is no foul.

Quite frivolous in all ways. Wink
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2007 10:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Infidelity or telling the brutal truth?

GST up, all prices up, everyone, or it seems like everyone is unhappy. Really?

What is another $2 or $20 or $200? Rubbish, too insignificant to be bothered by such trifles. The truth, yes, the truth is that many Singaporeans are so rich beyond the imaginations of the hardlanders. Life is a bit hard in the hardlands. But out of the hardlands, life is simply beautiful. Everyday is a day of opportunities to make more bucks. And not in the thousands but hundreds of thousands or millions.

There are many Singaporeans who can splurge ten or twenty thousand for a night of entertainment. Or writing a cheque for a few millions without winking. That is the real truth. The pleasant truth of the good life.

What is your station in life? Sometimes gripping about all the little increases is quite insane when you are in another station when a few millions is nothing, small change Laughing
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2007 8:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The pathetic fight against 50c

Jeffrey Law Lee Beng stopped patronising the mee rebus stall because it charged him 50c more for a plate. This to him is profiteering from the GST rise. Didn't he know that all the cost to the mee rebus stall holder has gone up? To expect the stall to charge a 2% increase or 4c more is not only impractical but not enough to cover all the other costs.

The stall holder is not only affected by the cost of his material but also cost of his livelihood. His rental, medical, children education, transportation, practically everything has gone up. He needs to earn a little more to make his living manageable.

Now what is 50c? I am sure it is affordable.

This is another way of looking at the current situation from one whose pocket is stuff with money.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2007 11:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Locals Not Welcome

From ST:

June 28, 2007
Is it the colonial mentality or just plain rudeness?
I WAS waiting to go into the fitting room at Zara Marina Square on June 22 during lunchtime.

A Caucasian lady emerged from one of the fitting rooms with an armful of clothes, none of which she wanted to buy.

As the Zara salesgirl took them from the Caucasian lady, she was all smiles and politeness.

The salesgirl thanked the lady brightly and wished her a good day.

I was next up. Immediately the smile vanished. As she took the one piece of clothing I was holding to remove the hanger, she looked almost annoyed with me for taking up her time.

Her face was 'black'.

I wouldn't have felt it if she had not treated the person immediately before me so well. Is it because that lady was Caucasian? Zara's clothes are nice, but the service is nowhere close.

Veronica Chan Miao Hua


I chance to see this letter. Some may feel irated by the behavior of the salesgirl. I suggest that since we are so cosmopolitan and encouraging more foreigners to be here, we should take such an attitude in our stride.

Perhaps for shops that would like to cater for foreigners only, they should hang out a sign on their shop windows, 'Locals Not Welcome' or 'Expats Are Welcome'. That would make it very clear to the locals and the locals can avoid them and not become an irritant in the shop.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2007 9:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Who is more lusty and alluring?

Another get it all wrong concept. The hot and sexy debate of giving free drinks to women is getting all the wrong reasons and explanations. Should the issue be the number 35? Many will be turned off by the the young sluts that look anything but a lady. And many ladies well past to the wrong side of 40 are simply gorgeous and will turn every head. Fantastic as a prize catch for the night.

Now, what's the problem? The reason for giving free drinks is to attract all the sexy women who in turn will attract all the sexy men to spend their money in the pub. All the kids in the management of the pubs should wake up to their ideas and look at the issue clearly.

What they need is not ladies night but Come and Get Me Night. Women who are dressed to kill and give the inviting look should be allowed to get their free drinks despite their age. The gate keepers should be briefed to open the gate when they see one that is worthy of the come get me look.

Better still, call it the Slut Night. Be proud to be a slut and be rewarded with free drinks. That is the crux of the issue man, not age.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Infidelity - The Andy Ho Twist

We spent some time last week speaking tongue in cheek about lust and the sweet young things and about ladies night. The issue was how lusty and alluring these young things were compared to the more mature and experienced ladies in their matronly age. Who would be of more value to lure men to spend money on them in night clubs and to sought their company? It was all about how sex sells.

Andy Ho has given the issue a new twist in his article in the ST today. He compares the value of the womenfolks with the value of aged women like his grandmother. Interesting way to include grandmother into the discussion on human lust.

Now I am amused. Cheers Andy, for the humour.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2007 9:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Formula to make blogs a success

A new blog is claimed to be a great success in the morning paper today. Its main topics are sex and marriage. Wow, that's the way to go and the msm will help to popularise it as what blogs should be or should talk about.

I am thinking of adding a few threads like, like Exploits in Geylang, or Illicit Affairs, or Forbidden Sex, to attract more bloggers here. After all, what else should Singaporeans be encouraged to talk about? Wink
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