Blast From The Past: 10 Games From Your 90’s Childhood

How many of these do you remember? Before the advent of smartphones and electronic games, we had the best games that were affordable with hours of guaranteed fun. People communicated more physically rather than just over hostile texts. Playing games usually meant challenging your opponents face-to-face, as opposed to hiding...

Calvin Cheng Claims That TRS Readers Are Law-Breakers

Calvin Cheng has discovered why people commit crimes Calvin Cheng was a Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) for just two years: 18 July 2009 – 19 April 2011. However, he seems to have taken to the tag really well; his Facebook page URL is still http://www.facebook.com/calvinchengnmp, four years after having left the post. The fashion...

3 News Articles From SPH That Made Us Go Urrrrggh

Mainstream media gets desperate for views, shares, and likes News can be informative, debatable or even politically motivated. However, a new category of news has recently emerged, and we have decided to call it: News so dumb we want to collapse on the floor in utter shock. We already have three news...

13 Secrets We Found Out From Tan Chuan-Jin’s Instagram

A picture can tell a thousand words Fact Check: Tan Chuan-Jin, Manpower Minister has 992 posts and 2.8k followers. Although Minister Tan is quite low-profile (read: no Chan Chun Sing or Huffington Post saga), we managed to use our high level of psychic skills to predict his personality. So here are 12...

10 Actual Singapore Laws That Need To Be Removed Because 2017

These 10 laws make no sense whatsoever With the alcohol bills proving to be silly, we discuss 10 other laws so daft, you will be having an aneurysm afterwards. 1. The Medishield Life premiums law We've covered the new ridiculous law here, but in case you're allergic to clicking on links: you have to...

8 Times SMRT Ltd (Feedback) Proved They Were The Heroes Of Singapore

Online vigilante group goes from zero to hero Starting out as a troll site to poke fun at SMRT’s train breakdowns, SMRT Ltd (Feedback) has since evolved into an online vigilante(h) group. Despite having the Protection from Harassment Act in place since late last year, it seems like our favourite...

5 Government Agencies Who Wasted Our Money

Not your money, still anyhow use? A Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report submitted on 4 February has drawn attention to "irregularities" in the usage of public funds. The report is in response to a July 2014 Auditor-General's report. Yup, public funds as in the taxes that we all have to pay. Source PAC...

Hotpot Culture Proves That All Can Be Forgiven With Free Food

Hotpot Culture wants to show its sincerity in holding open house Hotpot Culture made news headlines when a dead rat was found in their food last month, and the Chinese restaurant was suspended pending investigations by the National Environment Agency. On Wednesday, Hotpot Culture's Marina Square outlet's suspension was lifted, and its hygiene...

Xiaxue Takes Action Against SMRT Ltd (Feedback)

Xiaxue pulls out Protection Act against the anonymous When the Protection from Harassment Act was implemented in November last year, many cited a possible example of how SMRT Ltd (Feedback) could get sued over harassing people like Jover Chew. Fast forward three months later, SMRT Ltd (Feedback) was indeed served a court...

Minister S Iswaran Doesn’t Understand Why S’poreans Aren’t Happy About Thaipusam Incident

Second Home Minister calls for "calm" and "restraint" among S'poreans The Thaipusam saga rages on today, although Second Home Minister S Iswaran might have misunderstood the situation a little while talking to the media. He called on Singaporeans "to stand together against a breakdown in law and order", and insisted that the ban on...

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