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  • Adriw7878's Avatar
    13 posts since Apr '17
    • This happened some years back in Geylang. I am a straight guy and met an Indian Singaporean. We had a fun time chatting and topic turned to sex.

      He told me his sexploits aound the region as he is a sales guy covering Asean. Got me horny and we decided to go Geylang for a quickie. It was around 1 am oredi.

      We spotted 2 hot chicks there and my Indian friend made the approach as I was an amateur. He told me they were Thais and $100 per session. I agreed and went into a cheap brothel with one of the Thai chick.

      She undressed .... what nice boobs and had her black panty on. My dick immediately jumped to life. I tried to fondle her boobs she avoided and said 'No'. I thought her voice very low ... a bit manly. But before I can process further she unzip my pants and took my hardening dick out.

       

      She knelt in front and lightly rubbed her boobs on my dick. Damned shiock la. Then she took a wet towel and cleaned my dick. Immediately, her lips went over my dick head and she used her tongue to lick from dick head to my balls. Like a blue film episode.

       

      After a couple of minutes, she slipped a condom over my dick and she turned her back to me and pulled her panty down under her bum. I grabbed her from the back and wanted to pull her panty off. She stopped me and said "Enter behind. No touch front."

       

      Now, I was very curious as I don't do sodomy ... even if invited. I told her "I no behind. I want pussy." She turned around and pulled up her panty and said "I lady-boy". Bugger I never knew my dick can deflate so fast .... from a 6 ins baton to a 2 ins mouse in 2 seconds ... and the condom dropped to the floor. I quickly go to the basin and washed my dick as clean as I could and zip up my pants. She said "I can blow job you." I said "No need.". Paid him the $100 and left the room.

      Waited outside hotel for my Indian friend. So from that day onwards never go 'cheong' with the guy anymore.

  • SG5064X's Avatar
    99 posts since Dec '16
    • SG5120S

      KJDEP 983>>KJDEP SP

      SG5130M

      KJDEP SP>>KJDEP 983

      *On hold for 5131K

      SG5119Y

      KJ SP>>KJDEP 172

  • peterpan212's Avatar
    436 posts since Dec '13
    • ...Taxi Drivers, don't worry. You won't lose your job. SMRT's condition for the deal is that all of its Taxi Drivers must get a job at Grab, otherwise SMRT won't sell their taxi business to Grab. I'm more concerned about the taxi...

  • peterpan212's Avatar
    436 posts since Dec '13
    • ...You think they want to take tax business??? they dun even want SMRT staffs not to mention the taxis. In 2013, grab and uber ...faster, just buy over their shares, and off goes SMRT of 3400 taxis, that will reduce the taxi from 26,000 ...

  • Adriw7878's Avatar
    13 posts since Apr '17
    • True stories .... 

      Add in as you feel inspired to do so. smile.png

       

      Back in 1996 when I first got my Indon maid .... she was about 25 yo and had experience working with another family (doctor).

      Initial few months I noticed she always gave me eye signals but I was an amateur who thought I am imagining things.

      Next when we go out for meals with children, I sometimes open my legs up so I can touch her legs (if she sat next to me). Wah lau eh .... at those times she also moved her leg to let me have better access.

      One day after children been to school and wife gone to work, I went home to take ointment (Tiger Balm) cos weekend played badminton. Maid asked why I am home so early? I told her about my back ache. She asked if I need her service. I said sure but don't tell ma'am. I will pay her for her service. She agreed and what a great massage she gave ... I got a hard on but well controlled. I left it at that .... massage back only.

      I tip her $20 for her 1st service. She very pleased.

      ..... to be continued if got interest.

  • Indelzz's Avatar
    9 posts since Apr '17
  • SG5064X's Avatar
    99 posts since Dec '16
    • Originally posted by Sbs6750E:

      Sooner or later 301 can merge with 302.

      Actually best not to touch them.As their demand are high and 301 demand is getting higher and higher 

  • SG5064X's Avatar
    99 posts since Dec '16
    • Originally posted by SMB42P:

      Expected.. SMRT maintenance plus it was SP for so long.. spoil also no BC report... some of the ex-WLDEP buses in KJDEP also in quite bad condition i heard....

      KJDEP management is actually very good alr compare to WLDEP & AMDEP in my opinion.Those ex-WLDEP A22 has noisy radiator.

  • Indelzz's Avatar
    9 posts since Apr '17
  • vicamour's Avatar
    1,427 posts since Jan '09
    • ... by gekpohboy: Actually, SMRT has a chance ... good chance that SMRT may win the ... or subsequent packages. SMRT should hold onto ... any MRT line. SMRT has longed to ... to take over SMRT bus services, providing...the time. And SMRT can fully committed...

  • Queen of sgForums
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    FireIce's Avatar
    261,979 posts since Dec '99
    • Growing number of young Singaporeans in need, relying on Government handouts

       

      Three months ago, Ms Chloe Lin (not her real name) splurged on a big-ticket item. It was her daughter's 11th birthday.

      Ms Lin, 33, bought a mango vanilla cake decorated with characters from the movie Frozen. It cost her $50 - one-seventh of the $360 she got a month from ComCare, Singapore's social aid scheme for the poor and needy.

      But for Ms Lin, it was worth it. "It's her favourite cartoon and flavour," she said simply.

      Having dropped out of school in Secondary 2, Ms Lin struggles to hold on to a job. Her longest stint was as a property telemarketer from 2010 to 2013, earning $7 an hour. But when the sector slowed, she was let go. Twice divorced, she now lives in a one-room rental flat in Ang Mo Kio with her daughter.

      Last year, Ms Lin applied for and received ComCare help. For nine months, the monthly stipend was all the pair had to live on.

      Ms Lin is among a growing number of young Singaporeans who are in need and having to rely on the Government for handouts.

      Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) data shows that 5,644 young households - with applicants aged below 35, the official definition of youth - received ComCare's short- to medium-term financial aid in the financial year of 2015.

      RISKS OF GIG ECONOMY

      The gig economy is going to aggravate the social and job-related causes of poverty. Retrenchment due to job obsolescence and job disappearance will increase.

      LABOUR ECONOMIST HUI WENG TAT

      This is a 40 per cent jump from the 4,016 young households who got such ComCare aid in 2012 - the earliest year that age-segregated data was made public. By contrast, the number of older households whose applicants are aged 35 to 59 went up less - by 34.9 per cent.

      Over the years, the Government has become more generous in administering ComCare, bumping up cases. Families now get help when they have a monthly household income of $1,900 or less, or a per capita income of under $650, among other criteria.

      But what experts say is troubling is that young Singaporeans account for one in five recipients - a proportion that has not budged despite government efforts such as student care and skills-upgrading subsidies.

      It is also just a shade under the share that older Singaporeans aged 60 and above form (these do not include those who get long-term help due to illnesses or disabilities).

      The numbers also surprised Ms Rachel Lee, a principal social worker at Fei Yue Family Service Centre. The social worker has seen more younger families seeking help at the centre, but was taken aback when told that the proportion is similar to those 60 and older.

      "They may not be the majority but if we don't help these young families break out of the vicious circle, they can get trapped in it, especially those with dependants," she said.

      Another set of data also suggests that the problem of poverty among young Singaporeans can be quite intractable. More so than other age groups, they seem more stubbornly stuck with low wages.

      Manpower Ministry data shows that last year, there were fewer employed residents aged 15 and above earning a gross monthly income of $1,000 and less, compared to 2015. However, those aged 25 to 34 registered the smallest percentage point drop, meaning that younger workers are slower in breaking out of this low-income bracket compared to other age groups.

      There are 41,500 people aged between 15 and 34 who earn under $1,000 a month as of last June.

      There are two reasons why some young Singaporeans are in difficulties, say those interviewed.

      One is that some struggle to move out of the poverty trap - they are either born into poverty and remain mired in it, or are stuck in jobs that just do not pay enough.

      Mr Muhd Alfian K., 30, who has O-level qualifications, is one of them. A crane operator, his life revolves around hitting a target of loading and unloading at least 52 containers within a 12-hour shift. His salary will then be bumped up to $2,000.

      This translates into a take-home pay of $1,600 for his family of five.

      His wife Irah Nurshahrani, 26, tried to help by taking on jobs such as a hotel housekeeper and a petrol station cashier. But she has had to move from job to job after taking too many days off to care for their children, aged one, two and three. "He works long hours and I try to get work too but it is hard and the money is not enough."

      They received $100 in ComCare help for three months last year.

      Two, more young Singaporeans are poor because more are now unemployed.

      The jobless rate for those below 30 years old has risen over the years and was at 5 per cent last year, double that of other age groups.

      An MSF spokesman explained why the young seek assistance: "Some are unable to secure employment due to caregiving needs for young dependants and may require financial assistance in the interim. There are others who might be facing family issues such as divorce, incarceration or violence and require assistance while their family stabilises as they are unable to work."

      Looking into the future, the picture is muddied by the rise of the gig economy, displacing traditional jobs. For now, some young workers - tech-savvy and physically fit - are riding the wave and seeing their incomes rise. But their long-term financial health is far from certain.

      The authorities worry about the 200,000 gig economy workers here because many lack statutory protections and benefits, including CPF contributions. Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said last year that they face risks such as wage instability and not having enough for retirement.

      Warned labour economist Hui Weng Tat: "The gig economy is going to aggravate the social and job-related causes of poverty. Retrenchment due to job obsolescence and job disappearance will increase."

      So what is to be done?

      Ensure they remain employed, and help them remain employable, said labour economist Randolph Tan, a Nominated MP. Measures such as job placement help and re-skilling need to be significantly stepped up, said Singapore Management University's law don Eugene Tan.

      To better help those already in a rut, some social workers will soon be trained to help low-income families better manage their finances.

      Meanwhile, those in the gig economy should get a hand to build up their CPF savings, such as incentives for voluntary top-up, say some such as Dr Tan Wu Meng, an MP for Jurong GRC .

      Above all, experts and social workers said there should be urgency in tackling the issues faced by Singapore's young and working poor. Otherwise, warned Prof Randolph Tan: "We could see the beginnings of a social catastrophe."

      A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 23, 2017, with the headline 'Young and in need'. 

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  • bowah's Avatar
    17,313 posts since Jun '10
    • yalor, that is why for most cdg drivers,

      Their earning flat flat
      Live in HDB flat
      Eat bread that are mostly flat
      End up belly big, but chest flat flat
      But still have to take fare that is flat
      End up most of them lying flat flat
      Either in hospital or in their own flat

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    17,313 posts since Jun '10
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  • bowah's Avatar
    17,313 posts since Jun '10
    • You think they want to take tax business??? they dun even want SMRT staffs not to mention the taxis.

      In 2013, grab and uber started, they promised this city, in a years time, we will all be using apps, but now is 2017, and taxi population only reduce the most 1000, est from 27000 to now 26000. And taxi drivers are still going strong, although some have thrown keys and move on, so are Uber and Grab drivers throwing key at apps rental companies and coming into taxi driving.

      So, do you think Grab and Uber is successful, did they uphold their promises, motto of taking over the market??? The answer is NO.

      And now, as the supply of cars and taxis is almost full or overly supplied that end up taxis long Q at taxi stand, Phv drivers parking along road, shopping, ap waiting for calls, and still Uber and Grab are chasing for drivers to suck more in, do you think they are able to sustain with taxis remaining strong and unwavering?

      The answer again is No.

      So, what do you think grab will do??? if I cannot beat you down, I might as well eat you, and that is why grab will do, killing off Taxis by buying over them, but not running it as taxi companies, but as grabtaxis or any other initialves. This will kill taxis faster, just buy over their shares, and off goes SMRT of 3400 taxis, that will reduce the taxi from 26,000 to 22600 in just a few months.

  • SG5064X's Avatar
    99 posts since Dec '16
    • Originally posted by Sbs6750E:

      300 still got loading due to sv 983 being spammed with rigids.

      Younger peeps take 983 whereas older peeps take 300.

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    858 posts since Jan '05
  • bowah's Avatar
    17,313 posts since Jun '10
    • Unless got CAG staff and Dnata, Crowne can end up no show one hor, when paxs hurried the bell boys, bell boys take whatever cabs that come in, then when you arrive, they said, sorry, call cancelled, pax is not going out, if want, can wait here, we give you the next pax…

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    1,736 posts since May '15
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    124,106 posts since Nov '03
  • gekpohboy's Avatar
    1,363 posts since Mar '16
    • Originally posted by Shikangninjagold:

      and what is that?

      if you can come here, you don't know how to use Google meh?

  • gekpohboy's Avatar
    1,363 posts since Mar '16
    • Originally posted by Shikangninjagold:

      So I am a student from Hwa Chong Institution. I don't really like the school and I want to transfer to National Junior College. How do I do that? When can I do that? How will the process be like? 

      Thx 
      Regards, 
      Boy

      First and foremost, fix up your English.

      Your English like that, how come can go to those top-notch school like Hwa Chong Institution and National Junior College?

      You may want to consider transferring to a neighbourhood school instead.

      A 188 school... or better still, Normal Academic... it's better for you.

      Edited by gekpohboy 23 Apr `17, 12:03PM
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