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Chit Chat Corner / Do you have this prob too?
« on: April 27, 2018, 04:56:20 am »
Like u can't tell whether someone is for real or faking it and feel like testing it out, but it makes u in a vulnerable position.

I used to have this scenario where I unintentionally hindered someone while safeguarding myself. I was sorry after dat. But the person became closer to me, genuinely learnt stuffs tgt with me, advised me, and helped me. But after that when the person know I was leaving the person chided me, brought up old stuffs, threw thing at me. But the following day the person was apologetic and wished me the best n looked v sincere, and asked to keep in contact thru social media. My interpretation was that it was fake all along. Although there could be another interpretation that he was angry I left n he's last to know.

Now I wondering if I accidentally stepped on someone's toe, and the person start to be v friendly with me after dat, even for a long period of time, should I run road? It's fake right? But y ppl fake so long for.. got money to earn?

Used to don't believe n think it's some kinda bullcrap
Until I had my fortune read.

It hits rare occurrences when u were younger and is spot on on rare personality traits and life situations that I think it's kinda spooky. Hmm. I mean how else would anyone know things which are not common occurrences.

It's not like some horoscope stuff which talks v generally and confirm some part can overlap with you.

Chit Chat Corner / How far do u agree with these statements?
« on: April 16, 2018, 06:54:57 pm »
1.) No good deed goes unpunished.
2.) You either die a transitional stage or live long enuff to see yourself becoming the villain

Chit Chat Corner / What got you into marriage?
« on: January 21, 2018, 01:49:39 am »
What are the pros and cons?  :-\
What gave you the impetus to go into it..

And any regrets?  ???

Those who got married, was single life comparably much more fulfilling?

Do you feel your standard of living(if it is gd already) (In terms of happiness) improve or drop?

Chit Chat Corner / What do you think of China hip hop?
« on: January 13, 2018, 12:19:57 pm »

 :-* :-* :-*

我背景像晓一样硬硬硬硬硬!!!  8)

nature as he does not want to be recognised outside?
Otherwise why would he want to wear shades always.

It shows dishonesty am I right?  :o

Chit Chat Corner / How do u differentiate sincerity or the lack of?
« on: December 17, 2017, 03:29:20 am »
Like how do u tell whether someone is genuine or feigning it for certain agenda.

And how do u tell if people are genuinely angry for being doubted or pretending to be angry at being doubted so that you fall for it.

Genuine or pretense how to tell?
Any sure way of testing?

All About Love / Is it possible to have 2 leaders or 2 followers in a r/s
« on: November 18, 2017, 11:08:20 pm »
Is it necessary to define the role earlier in the r/s like who is the leader / follower?

Chit Chat Corner / Edison Chen grills interviewer :[
« on: October 26, 2017, 03:53:37 pm »

 :-[ :-[ :-[

I wonder how does one make <3 the hip hop way lol

Tsk tsk tsk.

Nowadays not so safe like last time to share sob stories on forum. For all you know predators are lurking. If not, some might even take joy reading your misery ::)

Hope the women there don't accept "comforting" pm frm stranger guys ready to exploit the situation  :(


Note: video by sheeple slayer.

It’s not often that I call people out for their wrongdoings on this social media.. but these feelings have been simmering for some time and I need to release them. (PLEASE MAKE THIS VIRAL) Recently my close friend caught her husband cheating on her!

It hurts my heart to hear her husband speak about women who his own colleague her name is VANESSA who saw his wedding band and proceeded to solicit him still, or tell him she would like to be “a little more than colleague Seriously? She even a good pretender! She even call his wife to convince nothing happen. Its just a colleague not more than that! She's a liar! There's proof that they are dating and went out together and get expensive gifts for her b'day recently.

This women lose all my respect, and for her, I have a few choice words. They are below. Maby she just being so desperate being a single mother of one and her son stay in philippines, so she need our singapore man to support her needs.. to flirt with or pursue another woman’s husband, and especially to those who’ve acted on such flirtations in a way that would unanimously be considered cheating by said man’s wife and family.

get it, you want a man of your own, and you crave love in your life. That’s fine. What isn’t fine, however, is that you seek this love in a man that’s already found it with someone else. If I can respect that you need love and have the right to pursue it with single men, why won’t you respect that she found what you’re after and it means the world to her and small daughter? They were happy family until u came into his life and changed him..

It’s no secret that marriage is work. This means the woman who is devoted to the man wearing the wedding band whom you’re so eagerly enticing has been working very hard on the job and your actions could result in her losing all that she’s worked to obtain. What’s that? It takes two? Of course it does; and I say shame on the men who fall into your trap too. I believe he is not the first men you seduce...A man who loves and cherishes his wife for all the right reasons should see that no good will come from engaging in an indiscretion with you.

Vanesssa you say you’re in search of “real love” and a “good man”, but what on earth makes you think that a man who would step out on his own family to play pretend with you is actually worth your time? And exactly how do you expect to sleep at night once he’s “yours”? Self love is the key that opens the door to so many wonderful things in life. Working over time to open a door that’s not for you to walk through will almost ensure that there’s no prize behind it, but rather unimaginable heartache and pain.

You say there’s a shortage of good men in this world. Is that so? Well, if that’s true, how is the solution to that possibly forever tainting one of the few who still remain? Seems like desperate and reckless behavior to me. VANESSA are those the kinds of values you want to build a relationship on? You shouldn’t.

I know a lot of you tell yourselves that if he chooses to be with you then he must have made “the better choice”, but I just don’t see it that way. I see a man who chose the easy route and a woman with values as poor as his own; a man who will most likely one day leave you too. (You’re fooling yourself if you think he won’t.) That’s no man I’d want to choose; so why do you?

Oh wait, is it because you “can love him better”? Or because you “do all the things she just won’t”, right? It may be time to ask yourself if all the “things” you do that he likes so much are those becoming of a real woman or lady?

VANESSA please dont make us look down on foreigner like you! The government are bringing too many of them to Singapore and these women are taking away our job and husbands.
Those who are married would know the challenges to keep a family together, have a decent saving, educate our children and also take care of our spouses so that they will not run away with foreigners. Everytime i see a filipino I get very angry. Because there are too many of them creating a mess out of our lives.

To Vanessa who stole someone husband and some other guys too. please use your brain and touch your heart. Don’t take away other people’s property or belonging. He is someone husband someone father. Please go back to your rotten country dont disturb us singaporean... If you have worked with them you will know what I mean this pinoy very good in acting.she even call her scandal wife and convince her not to worry she dont have any feeling not more than a colleague. But there's proof that they been dating together and get expensive gifts from him on her b'day recently. YOU BETTER WATCH OUT VANESSA! she working in evonik Jurong island.. please becareful with her.. she is a big liar.. pinoy bitch!

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Chit Chat Corner / which type of guy? the HANDSOME, the RICH, and the SMART
« on: December 29, 2016, 10:22:15 pm »
Three types of guy for long term r/s
My choice is C. What's yours?

Excellent in the looks department. Average income (but spends quite a bit on grooming and his car). Not extremely financially saavy nor smart but contented and narcissistic. PROS: You'll probably be the envy of many girls when seen dating him. CONS: Can be quite a himbo and topics when interacting with him are mostly superficial and material. Great if you're of the same league.

Born with a golden spoon. But not a looker. Not extremely smart but is in an advantageous position because of family wealth. Has plans to take over his family's business. PROS: Lavishes expensive gifts on you all the time. CONS: Always busy and frequently overseas. Needs a submissive wife who stays at home to guide and impart good values to his offsprings. And be obedient when he's out entertaining.

Open-minded with a broad perspective, able to make wise and savvy decision and listen to alternative view. Always have witty ways in handling situation. Not rich but not poor either. Not a looker. Not extremely ambitious but dedicated and committed in work and relationship, upgrades and improves himself constantly.


A Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) senior human resource executive originally charged with killing her husband was sentenced to one year's jail on Monday (Oct 10) for causing grievous hurt on grave and sudden provocation.

Vivien Teoh Yi Wen's sentence was backdated to her remand on Sept 1 last year, which means the 27-year-old mother of one could be released.

She admitted to the amended charge of fatally stabbing her husband, Mr Gordon Yeo Han Tong, 33, in the chest with a knife at their flat in Senja Road in August last year.
Court documents say he had physically assaulted her and threatened to kill her and their daughter, as their marriage had broken down .

When it was all over, Mr Yeo's parents appeared upset. His 60-year-old mother wept, calling the one-year sentence "unfair'' and accusing Teoh's family members, who were speaking to her briefly through the door of the holding area, of being "inhumane''.

Deputy Public Prosecutors Eugene Lee and Krystle Chiang said on Aug 30 last year, Teoh had locked herself in the master bedroom with her 14-month-old daughter, and refused to let her husband in. The couple were sleeping in different rooms and she was making preparations for divorce.

When she emerged later to get milk for the baby, her husband confronted her in the kitchen and asked why she had locked the door. He tried to block her path but she managed to get free and return to the room.

Following her, he pushed his way into the room. They agreed to talk outside so as not to disturb the child.

Suspecting his wife of cheating on him, Mr Yeo, snatched her phone to read the messages. She screamed and he pinned her down and choked her while she swung her arms to get him to stop.

When he released her but refused to return the phone, Teoh kicked at him while he wrapped his arm around her neck in a chokehold. They fought over the phone, ending up in the kitchen toilet, where they continued to scrap, and he pushed her head against the mirror.

He badgered her for her passcode, which she eventually gave to him and he started to read through her messages.

Teoh went to get her child, who was crying. Carrying the baby into the kitchen, she went into the service yard, closed the folding doors and shouted: "Help, my husband is trying to kill me!"

Mr Yeo kicked the door open, causing the baby to fall and hit her head. He had a knife and ordered his wife to return to the room.

In the master bedroom, Mr Yeo started browsing through her phone and told her she had one last chance to confess to him.

Teoh admitted that she had been having an affair. Angered, he said he would kill her, their daughter and himself.

Subsequently, Teoh went to the kitchen to get ice for the child. She grabbed a knife and brandished it at her husband who told her to drop it. She refused and retreated to the master bedroom.

Mr Yeo also got a knife and went to the room. Husband and wife circled each other and when he kept on advancing, she lost her self-control and swung her knife wildly at him, inflicting wounds including one that penetrated his heart. Teoh then called her mother before leaving the flat with her daughter. She accidentally cut herself on the left upper inner thigh.

Mr Goh who had 11 stab wounds on the front torso and interscapular region, was pronounced dead at 1.19am by paramedics.

Teoh's lawyer Yusfiyanto Yatiman said his client was labouring under an acute stress reaction and adjustment disorder at the time.

He said she had been under emotional abuse from her husband for an extended period of time and that his sexual behaviour was perverse.

Calling it a sad and tragic case, District Judge Low Wee Ping said he hoped Teoh could find some solace and closure, to look after and bring up her daughter. Teoh, who was calm, responded several times with: "Thank you, Your Honour ."

Judge Low told her: "You will find that in time, this will come to pass, although, of course, it will be difficult, but I would wish you to look forward..''

Teoh could have been jailed for up to six years and/or fined up to $10,000 for the offence.

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