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Posted by: littlesotong
« on: October 29, 2015, 06:42:33 pm »

If a man is really stingy, during their dates, always make you pay, do not buy you any gifts, if buy also those cheap cheap useless kind, and have a big ego, always think he is right, everyone else is wrong. What do you think of such person? Have you encounter anyone similar like this before?  :(

i wont even be going out or associating myself with such a person in the first place.  :-\
Posted by: beaverjuice
« on: October 29, 2015, 03:16:25 pm »

Don't underestimate ladies. They can from Orchard MRT (Ion) shop until Dhobby MRT (Plaza Sing) one ;D

only insofar as shopping is concerned right? ??? ..... there will be wind beneath their wings when the "Sale" sign acts as a beacon of hope ..... 

last week my boss employed a very chio temp admin ...... phuiyoooohhhhhhh ...... now everyday I don't have to drag myself to work and I walk with a renewed spring in my steps and vigour in my demeanor ... boing..... boing .... boing ....
Posted by: ~老婆餅~
« on: October 29, 2015, 03:02:00 pm »

ermmm ..... there won't be second dates for sure .....  :P

anyways,  got one friend always bring gals on dates to his Island Country Club movie nites because it is free ..... he doesn't get second dates .....  :-\  ..... and he parks his car outside CBD when bringing his date for shopping/dinner, poor gal has to walk some distance in her 5-inch stilletos .... #truestory

Don't underestimate ladies. They can from Orchard MRT (Ion) shop until Dhobby MRT (Plaza Sing) one ;D
Posted by: beaverjuice
« on: October 29, 2015, 02:57:05 pm »

If a man is really stingy, during their dates, always make you pay, do not buy you any gifts, if buy also those cheap cheap useless kind, and have a big ego, always think he is right, everyone else is wrong. What do you think of such person? Have you encounter anyone similar like this before?  :(

ermmm ..... there won't be second dates for sure .....  :P

anyways,  got one friend always bring gals on dates to his Island Country Club movie nites because it is free ..... he doesn't get second dates .....  :-\  ..... and he parks his car outside CBD when bringing his date for shopping/dinner, poor gal has to walk some distance in her 5-inch stilletos .... #truestory
Posted by: cherubcove
« on: October 16, 2015, 03:23:30 pm »

Tell me about your wedding proposal if you will be having one in your life time. It will make a another good story to tell my friends when I'm bored.

i second that!
Posted by: cherubcove
« on: October 16, 2015, 03:23:13 pm »

Turn off.......

actually stingy man is okay...
i dont like guys with big ego.
Posted by: Sylveon
« on: October 16, 2015, 10:52:37 am »

Stingy men with big ego is alright as long he's white men and earns >10k every month. I'll gladly make sandwiches for him in the kitchen every day.
Posted by: darkjenn
« on: October 16, 2015, 10:49:20 am »

sometimes is not the CD, but the contents inside. it could be a carefully curated set of songs that maybe show his feelings for you, or spells some other message.
but i do agree the macs and the sms asking you to be honored is not right.
Posted by: bwaysaigan
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:55:18 am »

I had went out with a guy a few time in my younger days. The chap is a very earnest chap and i pretty like him. Two years my senior, working as a bank executive.

Then it was my birthday. He asked me out to go for movie. I was okay since it was a weekend and i only have appointment at dinner time. So after the movie, we had decided to have lunch at Macdonald, He said want to treat me as it was my birthday. I was like okay.

Then he give me a strange cd case and said that it was my birthday gift. I couldn't tell what CD was that. And after way through the lunch, he said that he liked me and wanted me to be his SO.

I don't know how do you all feel about it. Personally i had received a few confession before and this was the worst one and i feel a sense of insincerity as the place plus the mood wasn't right. I felt that he was trying to push his luck. There was an awkward silence for awhile and he pressed the answer. I told him that i need to think about it

When i was home, i opened up the cd and it was those recordable CD. Inside were the songs he burnt from his mp3. I felt insulted. The gift was lack of sincerity too. I don't mind he don't give anything. But i felt that the gift was really a lack of effort on his part.

The birthday and the confession probably cost him no more than $30. It just spoil my mood for the rest of the day. T T

Subsequently I rejected him over sms and avoid any form of contacts. His sms blasted me saying that he had better choice than me and that i should feel honored that he asked me instead. It was a few weeks of hell after that which i threatened to make a police report.

I heard that he got several rejection after that.....

Tell me about your wedding proposal if you will be having one in your life time. It will make a another good story to tell my friends when I'm bored.
Posted by: Shiyin
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:45:21 am »

Turn off.......
Posted by: ShuperStar
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:40:30 am »

I believe in give and take, it's ok to be aware of the money matters as we are living in Singapore. However, if one is always stuck with a miser and egoistic mentality and no one to inform or guide them, they will keep walking on this dark lonely path. What do you think? Will you tell them or just let them be? :-\
Posted by: Wu Mei Niang
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:37:05 am »

Good morn Wu Mei Niang!  :)

Morning  :)
Posted by: t0rnado
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:36:45 am »

We lost contact for many years

Good morn Wu Mei Niang!  :)
Posted by: Wu Mei Niang
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:33:38 am »

can expose that loser? want to know how that loser looks like.

We lost contact for many years
Posted by: Pikachiu
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:31:00 am »

I had went out with a guy a few time in my younger days. The chap is a very earnest chap and i pretty like him. Two years my senior, working as a bank executive.

Then it was my birthday. He asked me out to go for movie. I was okay since it was a weekend and i only have appointment at dinner time. So after the movie, we had decided to have lunch at Macdonald, He said want to treat me as it was my birthday. I was like okay.

Then he give me a strange cd case and said that it was my birthday gift. I couldn't tell what CD was that. And after way through the lunch, he said that he liked me and wanted me to be his SO.

I don't know how do you all feel about it. Personally i had received a few confession before and this was the worst one and i feel a sense of insincerity as the place plus the mood wasn't right. I felt that he was trying to push his luck. There was an awkward silence for awhile and he pressed the answer. I told him that i need to think about it

When i was home, i opened up the cd and it was those recordable CD. Inside were the songs he burnt from his mp3. I felt insulted. The gift was lack of sincerity too. I don't mind he don't give anything. But i felt that the gift was really a lack of effort on his part.

The birthday and the confession probably cost him no more than $30. It just spoil my mood for the rest of the day. T T

Subsequently I rejected him over sms and avoid any form of contacts. His sms blasted me saying that he had better choice than me and that i should feel honored that he asked me instead. It was a few weeks of hell after that which i threatened to make a police report.

I heard that he got several rejection after that.....

can expose that loser? want to know how that loser looks like.