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  • ^Acid^ aka s|aO^eH~'s Avatar
    30,151 posts since Oct '02
    • Originally posted by sbst275:


      must be must cook for them, do household and make babies


      Tsk, no wonder... fits the description of village girls from other 3rd world countries icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

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    Fatum's Avatar
    34,549 posts since Aug '05
    • Originally posted by elindra:

      Well they always say cannot compare to the village girl from some 3rd world country ma icon_lol.gif

       

      to be honest, compared to say, thai and japanese ladies, singapore ladies are not as feminine .....

      and being feminine doesn't mean to "teh" with ruffles and laces and squeaky voices .......

  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
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    elindra's Avatar
    59,279 posts since Jun '04
    • Originally posted by sbst275:


      must be must cook for them, do household and make babies

      Wrong hor

      In sammyboy forum it means remove shoes and socks for them etc too ok 

      Listen to them blah blah blah

    • Originally posted by Fatum:

      to be honest, compared to say, thai and japanese ladies, singapore ladies are not as feminine .....

      and being feminine doesn't mean to "teh" with ruffles and laces and squeaky voices .......

      It's the culture my dear.

      Over here parents teach their daugthers to be independent and not rely on the guy because men are not dependable icon_lol.gif and you must be smart and learn to protect your self interest

      Also a lot of women are fast climbing up the corporate ladder and it is not uncommon these days to have wives earning more than their husbands. 

      You really cannot expect them to be as submissive and not have a mind of their own or expect them to deal with housework as well. 

  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
    • Originally posted by elindra:

      Wrong hor

      In sammyboy forum it means remove shoes and socks for them etc too ok 

      Listen to them blah blah blah


      woah... tat one is extreme

    • Originally posted by elindra:

      It's the culture my dear.

      Over here parents teach their daugthers to be independent and not rely on the guy because men are not dependable icon_lol.gif and you must be smart and learn to protect your self interest

      Also a lot of women are fast climbing up the corporate ladder and it is not uncommon these days to have wives earning more than their husbands. 

      You really cannot expect them to be as submissive and not have a mind of their own or expect them to deal with housework as well. 


      life is all abt how to cham siong (make do)

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    elindra's Avatar
    59,279 posts since Jun '04
    • Originally posted by sbst275:


      life is all abt how to cham siong (make do)

      You think the over-pampered princes will know how to cham siong meh

      Granted some women act like princesses but the men are no better 

      So in the end there is a disconnect and all look for foreign husband/wife icon_razz.gif

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    Fatum's Avatar
    34,549 posts since Aug '05
    • Originally posted by elindra:

      It's the culture my dear.

      Over here parents teach their daugthers to be independent and not rely on the guy because men are not dependable icon_lol.gif and you must be smart and learn to protect your self interest

      Also a lot of women are fast climbing up the corporate ladder and it is not uncommon these days to have wives earning more than their husbands. 

      You really cannot expect them to be as submissive and not have a mind of their own or expect them to deal with housework as well. 

      once I was waiting at a cafe at bangkok's don muang airport for someone and I picked up a copy of the bangkok post, one statistic in there struck me and have never left me since.

      according to the paper, more than 80% of thailands small to medium enterprises are run by women. And that doesn't include the street corner food carts and what not.

      I think being independent and "strong" doesn't mean a woman has to let go of her feminine side ....

      I once got to know a thai lady (okie, okie, that was long ago and far away lah .... ), a senior manager at a resort chain there, and she told me in candour, that it's a lot easier and much better to be a woman in thailand, a very tetesterone driven society (never mind the seemingly effeminate way the guys speak there, the men would whop your ass and chop you up without a second thought ), and that if a woman is smart and driven she can easily use her feminine guiles and charms to get ahead in life, "soft power" in her words. 

      That doesn't mean sleeping your way to the top of course, no need for that .... but i think men who've ever dealt with a woman who's a master of this game would understand .... a whiff of perfume, very feminine clothes, soft voices that doesn't threaten our manhood, some shift of the eyes, a zap here and there ..... and all resistance falls ... Look at yingluck, their current prime minister ... a very feminine lady ... 

      Someone like this can charm and win her way to the top, contrast that with a dyke like the SMRT ex-ceo whom I heard was a real bitch who tried to brow beat and emasculate all the men under her ....... both would get the same thing, what would one prefer ? ...

       

    • Originally posted by elindra:

      Wrong hor

      In sammyboy forum it means remove shoes and socks for them etc too ok 

      Listen to them blah blah blah

      that forum started out from a porn site that still exists ..... what can you expect from the whoring punters in there ? .....

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    elindra's Avatar
    59,279 posts since Jun '04
    • Originally posted by Fatum:

      that forum started out from a porn site that still exists ..... what can you expect from the whoring punters in there ? .....

      Like I said it's the culture of the country and the upbringing.

      If you noticed our society is very much Americanized and the women here are really a softer version of the American woman. 

      Well, I'm glad that the guys who go to SBF don't make up all the guys in Singapore but it does lend an insight into how some guys think. 

  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
    • morning

      So the NUS tpt study is to get ppl to travel earlier (clash with the kids heading to to skool) or start later...

  • cassie's Avatar
    47,787 posts since May '08
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    113,434 posts since Jun '04
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    the Bear's Avatar
    149,791 posts since Feb '01
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    elindra's Avatar
    59,279 posts since Jun '04
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    113,434 posts since Jun '04
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    fudgester's Avatar
    25,382 posts since Jan '04
    • I was reading TNP just now.....

      There were five forum letters on the haircut incident, all of them blasting the mother.

      The kindest letter said that the school should have issued a warning first before cutting the kid's hair. Fair enough, I guess.

      The harshest letter mocked the mother about whether she's going to complain about her son's haircut on the first day of BMT. The writer then went on to ask whether her son would be traumatized by his experience at BMTC considering that he was traumatized by a simple haircut.

      Glad to hear there are still sane voices around.

      Edited by fudgester 11 Jan `12, 11:24AM
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    the Bear's Avatar
    149,791 posts since Feb '01
    • well, the mother allowed the child to have a stupid haircut.. which contravened the rules of the school...

      with a mother like that, a child like that is bound to happen..

  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
    • kids nowadays start to get physical.. cannot control themselves... tsk..

      I referring to the menthol can kill sperm case

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      Sengkanng/ Fernvale Lea (Blk 4XX, Jln Kayu that side).

      2 room: From $83k

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      Choa Chu Kang/ Sunshine Gardens (Old Keat Hong Camp site)

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      Toa Payoh, Clementi, Bt Panjang, Bt Timah, Geylang, Bt Batok & Bedok

    • Found out

      The 2 biggest housing town with close to 70,000 HDB units are at Tampines & Jurong West...

      In terms of actual numbers, Jurong West is the biggest...

      Edited by sbst275 11 Jan `12, 12:29PM
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    elindra's Avatar
    59,279 posts since Jun '04
  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
    • Originally posted by elindra:

      Jurong have super scary number of FTs there


      yah.. a lot of dorms

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