SMRT’s Social Media Accounts Are Suspiciously Quiet On Recent Train Disturbances

Train services disrupted just after a few weeks after The Great SMRT Breakdown Have you ever wondered what would happen if the MRT stops working for the entire day? Commuters in the North-South Line were delayed due to a train fault on Tuesday (4 August) morning. On Friday (31 July), there was another...

The Straits Times Comment Section Is A FB Page That Proves True Comedy Is...

Facebook Page Created Features The Funniest Comments From Articles Written By The Straits Times The Internet comments section is - to say the very least - an intriguing place. You can find all kinds of remarks, from step-by-step router installation guides to even cooking recipes. Then there's also the legion of keyboard...

6 Reasons Why Tan Kin Lian Would Have Been A President Like No Other

EDIT: Tan Kin Lian has since apologised for his Facebook post with a status update. But he's still not backing down to those "dogs". To my local Indian friends who feel offended about my posting on the SMRT bus 857, I extend my sincere apologies. I was actually surprised to see...

Sonny Liew’s Graphic Novel Sells Out Despite (Or Because Of) NAC’s Grant Withdrawal

Haphazard National Arts Council indirectly boosts publicity for graphic novel Ever heard of the graphic novel The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye by comic artist Sonny Liew? Thanks to the National Arts Council's (NAC) sudden revoking of their arts grant to Liew's new graphic novel, you've definitely heard of it now,...

Local Company Made Amos Yee Voodoo Doll For April Fools’

Local beanbag company made Amos Yee-themed voodoo doll In keeping with local trending news, as well as a way to celebrate April Fools' Day, local bean bag company doob put up a post of a voodoo doll of everybody's favourite villain of the moment, Amos Yee. Claiming that the voodoo dolls were sold...

SBS Bus Rider Slams Driver For Slow Journey; Netizen Explains Why He Must Stick...

We can afford to be nicer to our service providers.

Singaporean Politicians Pay Tribute To LKY On What Would Have Been His 92th Birthday

Tributes pour in If Mr Lee Kuan Yew was still alive, he would turn 92 on this day (16 Sep). He passed away on 23 March this year. Half a year has passed since his demise, but Singaporeans certainly have not forgotten him. We'll always remember the man for his dedication to Singapore...

Swee Heng Bakery Offers A ‘$1,360/Hr’ Job, Of Course It Was Too Good To...

Work for 1 year and enjoy retirement.

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