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  • gekpohboy's Avatar
    1,363 posts since Mar '16
    • Actually, sex is good. Our birth rate declining. We need to make more babies. But do it responsibly. You need to take care of your baby later. And your girl friend need to suffer for 9 months…

      Edited by gekpohboy 26 Apr `17, 11:01AM
  • gekpohboy's Avatar
    1,363 posts since Mar '16
    • My gawd. Fix up your English please. Don’t always brother, brother, brother leh… macham those people who always say “ji bai” all the time. And stop using the same graphics can? we get it already.

      Edited by gekpohboy 26 Apr `17, 12:32AM
  • Mugen Benoit4real's Avatar
    196 posts since Jul '09
    • today brotha, a girl wear so nice brotha, wearing ITE uniform, tight tight one with short skirt brotha I was hulking brotha and keep on ogling at her brotha and think about sex immediately brotha that makes my solid steel go up brotha the feeling is shiok brotha makes me wanna take off my pants and do the ziggler wiggle brotha

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    • A group of people are lured into coming to an island under different pretexts, e.g., offers of employment, to enjoy a late summer holiday, or to meet old friends. All have been complicit in the deaths of other human beings, but either escaped justice or committed an act that was not subject to legal sanction. The guests and two servants who are present are "charged" with their respective "crimes" by a gramophone recording after dinner the first night, and informed that they have been brought to the island to pay for their actions. They are the only people on the island, and cannot escape due to the distance from the mainland and the inclement weather, and gradually all ten are killed in turn, each in a manner that seems to parallel the deaths in the nursery rhyme. Nobody else seems to be left alive on the island by the time of the apparent last death. A confession, in the form of a postscript to the novel, unveils how the killings took place and who was responsible.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/And_Then_There_Were_None

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    • A ruling Chinese Communist Party newspaper is warning North Korea against conducting another nuclear test, saying that would likely propel events past the "point of no return."

      In an editorial Tuesday, the Global Times says the previous day's phone conversation between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping of China showed the two countries were in close communication over the tensions.

      It says China hopes for a peaceful outcome, but that Beijing has "very limited influence on the entire situation."

      It says: "The game of chicken between Washington and Pyongyang has come to a breaking point."

      It says if North Korea carries out a sixth nuclear test as expected, "it is more likely than ever that the situation will cross the point of no return. All stakeholders will bear the consequences, with Pyongyang sure to suffer the greatest losses."

      https://sg.news.yahoo.com/latest-north-koreas-capital-quiet-army-anniversary-024213702.html

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    • Originally posted by Waynechew1003:

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      SG 5803E u mean? 

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    • No, he did all those rituals because he actually believed they would work, ie. his personal traditional belief system. The government got to him and not only forced him to apologize, but used this opportunity to frame a political target for his actions, exactly who or which group to frame, they haven't decided yet and are leaving this as a potential wild card for future political use as and when necessary.

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      KUALA LUMPUR: Ibrahim Mat Zin, better known as ‘Raja Bomoh Sedunia’ today admitted that he was guilty of performing bizarre rituals which were un-Islamic in nature, and pledged to repent.

      Zin said his strange rituals were done under the instructions of another person, whose identity he chose not to disclose.

      "I deeply regret the rituals I performed. I was just following instructions from someone who advised me that this was the right thing to do,” said Zin after his conditional release by the Syariah High Court today.

      “I would like to apologise to all Muslims and non-Muslims in Malaysia because I have offended the nation without realising the consequences and had put my trust blindly in this person, who told me to create this drama with the rituals.”

      https://sg.news.yahoo.com/raja-bomoh-sedunia-says-sorry-123500203.html

      Edited by UltimaOnline 25 Apr `17, 11:47PM
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    • Personally, I feel that young Singaporeans must learn from these Young Europeans or other young Asians from other countries about working and living abroad. It would really help them to grow and see the real world outside Singapore.

      EUROPEAN EXPATRIATION AMONG THE YOUTH

      European Millennials seem to be keen on leaving their home country for another country within the continent in search of academic and professional experiences. Students and professionals between 18 and 28 convey an enthusiasm for learning new languages, living in different cultures, and, of course, gaining a better education or establishing an international career. Here, is an overview of the expat life in seven European countries as recorded by the Think Young think tank.

      Why do European students and professionals expatriate?

      European students have different reasons to want to move to another European country, but the predominant one (46%) is to seize an opportunity to study at a university or a school abroad. Young Europeans are constantly looking to expand their knowledge, and what better place to do so than in a world renowned institution in one of Europe’s most popular education hubs? Among the participants of Think Young’s survey, other determining reasons for expatriation are: experiencing another culture (38%); learning another language (33%); and improving your CV (32%) for better career opportunities.

      Young European students are less likely to base their decision on the lifestyle, education conditions (affordable and accessible education), or cultural heritage (including the customs and the values of the local people) of their destination.

      Millennials have repeatedly been stereotyped as lazy, self-obsessed,and job-hoppers. But once we go beyond the labels, we can see that Millennials are nomads at heart, globally minded, less patriotic, and accepting of differences (in culture, religion, appearance). So, it comes as no surprise that half of the survey’s professional participants are seeing relocation as a chance for personal development — a way to engage in the common good of a wider community, as well as to find their passions, integrate work into their lives, and be creative.

      The benefits of expatriation

      What do the European youth believe that they gain from expatriation? 67% of the young professional expats answered ‘‘career advancement’’, 57% believed it was a ‘‘better quality of life’’, and 42% referenced an “increased social life” as a key benefit. Anything finance related or more practical (such as savings, living costs, healthcare provision, and banking) isn’t identified as a beneficial effect of expatriation.

      Choosing the right destination

      Making the decision to move to another country is a huge step to take, but how do young Europeans choose their destination country? In general, the lifestyle, economic stability, safety, and the cultural heritage are the factors that young expats-to-be are taking into account before making the final decision. The everyday quality of life and the time shared among personal, social, and work life are at the top of young expats’ priorities. On the other hand, the climate, romantic relationships, and the availability of leisure activities are less important elements, and almost non-decisive when it comes to moving abroad.

      The financial challenges abroad

      Millennials have come (or are coming) of age during a severe economic downturn, which makes them more aware of how to manage their finances. Moving abroad has financial implications, and it can take sometime to adapt to the new cost of living (accommodation, transport, leisure, education fees, etc.), as well as to understand the conversation rates and make sense of the new currency you are using. All of these are challenges that have to be dealt with and overcome for a successful and stress-free life abroad which forms part of the notion of personal development. Advance research of costs and average salaries in the destination country is a good starting point for every expat-to-be—millennial or not.

      Sources :
      Think Young: http://media.wix.com/ugd/efc875_cccfdaf11ac44cb…

      http://www.expat.com/en/expat-mag/916-young-eur…

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  • gekpohboy's Avatar
    1,363 posts since Mar '16
    • "There are a few reasons women wear shorts under their dresses. In NYC many women do it so when walking up stairs in the subway so that no one can see up their skirt. This is also true in windy cities. We don’t need Marilyn moments! Some women who have bigger thighs find it very uncomfortable when their thighs rub together so wearing shorts under would prevent this from happening."

      "Alternatively, it can simply be a fashion statement or for shapewear purposes."

      Plagarized from:

      https://www.quora.com/Why-do-girls-wear-shorts-under-their-skirts-and-dresses

      Edited by gekpohboy 25 Apr `17, 11:06PM
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      "I did not report my rape," she began. "I did not report it because of many reasons.

      "First off, I was in complete shock and total denial. I didn't want to view myself as a 'victim' so I suppressed it and pretended it never happened."

      She continued, "Second of all, I was in a relationship with my rapist and and feared not being believed. I also feared that if my case didn't lead anywhere, he would still find out and hurt me even more."

      https://sg.style.yahoo.com/abigail-breslin-diagnosed-ptsd-rape-trauma-123000849.html

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