Monday, May 30, 2005

i'm here too. *meep*

i have a bloggy. do u know? it's here.

love yer all!

Saturday, May 28, 2005

hey peeps! =) i'm still here... life's been not too bad, just got back from hols. or rather, got back for five days already. :) can check out the photos at if you havn't already done so. trying to keep myself busy these days with orientation stuff, with gatherings, hopefully with a part time job. you guys want to meet up anytime?

*suddenly got deja vu feeling* hahah.. i remember some time last year, i was sitting at this exact same spot in the exact same way typing into the class blog and my parents were in the living room as well. you guys wanna come over to my house to bbq? eek. the sound of bbq is not very appealing to me... but if there are people who can cook i dont' mind. :) (i volunteered jinyang and xin xin to start fire already. :D ) and if there are people who would go shopping together for food i don't mind. :) best of all, if there are people who would help clear up i'll oblige anytime. :D:D:D why don't you guys pick a day, maybe further away date, and then it'll give pple more time to react. though that doesn't always work, it's better than last minute. :? *shrug* hem hem. how about somewhere near mid june? mid way between nana and eileen's birthday? :D (nana! did u realised that eileen's incomplete birthday present is STILL with me?!??! oops. :[ )

Thursday, May 26, 2005

Based on the original trilogy... cool stuff
Some people obviously have too much free time.

Sunday, May 22, 2005

im amazed this place is still half alive and kicking. havent checked the blog for eons le.
hows everyone doing?

Saturday, May 21, 2005

sounds like the battle of the genders to me..
*Sorry... forgot to credit this to ~jy*

Philip Yeo Sparks Surge in Sex Change Operations and Emigration
Posted on Sunday, May 15, 2005
Topic: Local News

by K.K. Cheow

A*Star Chairman Philip Yeo’s recent comments that he prefers giving scholarships to foreigners and girls has led to a surge in sex change operations and emigration.

In a recent interview, the ever voluble Mr. Yeo gave Bush UN appointee John Bolton a run in the diplomacy stakes when he told The Nude Paper that “I don’t want whining Singapore boys. They are not mature enough even though they have national service and are over 22 years old when they take up undergraduate studies. They give me so much trouble and waste our precious time.”

The State’s Times then did a follow up piece on the brouhaha that ensued, and even included a pinup of a woman A*Star scholar agreeing with Mr. Yeo, and hypothesizing that Singapore men start complaining because they’re not used to army regimentation or physical training.

In the wake of his comments, Singapore hospitals are apparently now backed up with bookings for sex change operations – all by prospective male scholars.

“Boh pian lor,” said prospective scholar Khee Tuck Chek. “Mr Yeo says we’re too wimpy, but also says we should be more like girls. I’m damn confused, man! But I really want the scholarship, so I think better potong to improve my chances.”

Similarly, Lieutenant (NSF) Desker Loh has begun taking oestrogen to improve his chances of scoring a scholarship to study biotech.

“What better way to demonstrate my sincerity than to experiment with my own biology?” said LTA (NSF) Loh, displaying significant cleavage. “Anyway, I also think I can tap into Mr. Yeo’s preference for girls, because in NS, I was in the Music and Drama Company.”

“It’s true that we guys get whiny thanks to NS,” said Corporal (NSF) Choe Sai Kang, who is also contemplating an A*Star scholarship. “But that’s all you can do when you encounter stupidity and can’t do anything about it because if you do, you’ll kena DB. Anyway, if we’re whining about A*Star scholarship conditions even after doing NS, what does that say about A*Star except that they’re more condemned than the SAF? I guess that’s Singapore for you: they want us not only to face up to stupidity, they want us to like it too.”

Those who can’t bear changing their sex, have opted to change their nationality instead.

“After taking two years of shit for my country, not only is it not appreciated, I’m told they’d rather have foreigners who have never endured a single day for Singapore,” said Mr. Mohd Cabut bin Negara. “I wish I’d known earlier. If so, I’d have emigrated long ago so I can be the kind of person that Mr Yeo wants for Singapore.”

Meanwhile, a spokesman for A*Star has said that the hoopla has only proven Mr. Yeo’s point that Singapore men are whiny, thin-skinned girly men who can’t take unpleasantness.

“Yeah, right,” said Corporal Choe. “I really accept that criticism from someone who threatens to sue obscure bloggers for defamation.”