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Too many girls in Millenia Institute izzziiiiiiit? ???

Cannot concentrate on studies haaaarhhhh ah-boy? ???

how you know is boy?


An Afro-Latina YouTuber is slowly building her online fanbase for her videos in which she describes her various escapades in Japan.

The 19-year-old vlogger, who goes by her handle “Morena,” sparked some controversy after she described her life living as a “hoe” in Japan in some of her videos.

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The porn star says that he couldn't handle a long session of sexual intercourse. When the interviewer asked her about the affair, she responded with her own question: "How many details can you really give about two minutes?" The witty reply was questioned by the interviewer who asked if Trump really only lasted 2 minutes. Daniels slightly recants in a surprising way: “Maybe. I’m being generous.”

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A leading Russian politician may have just revealed the biggest Russian military secret. Or just invented a non-existent weapon system while ranting about how powerful the country is during a political talk show.

Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who is well-known for his explosive speeches and eyebrow-rising claims, made his latest one during a talk show last week. He said Russia should double down on its decision to supply the S-300 long-range anti-aircraft missiles to Syria.

“The Americans are afraid that the entire world will see that the Russian S-300 system is the best in the world. And we also have the S-400, S-500, S-600 and S-700! We can cover the entire planet, and not a single warplane will be able to take off!”

The bragging was met with laughter by other guests while the host, Vladimir Solovyev, intervened to joke that Zhirinovsky should be careful not to disclose all of the secrets at once. “What if you tell us about the terrible S-1500 system that we know nothing about,” he said.

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Bill Gates's close friend and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen died at the age of 65. He persuaded Bill Gates to drop out of Harvard to develop operating system for computers. It was the best advice he had given to Gates.

Mr Allen is a billionaire with his stakes in Microsoft and he had given away US$2b to various charities and pledged to donate the bulk of it to charities when he dies.

A US judge has dismissed adult film star Stormy Daniels' defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump.

Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, says she had a sexual relationship Mr Trump in 2006.

She filed the case after the president tweeted that she had invented a story about being threatened for speaking out about the alleged affair.

But the judge ruled that the tweet was protected by the First Amendment, which guarantees freedom of speech.

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Right after the Education Ministry's (MOE) announcement last month that it would be reducing the number of examinations for students in primary and secondary schools, tuition agency Gavin's Tuition quickly surveyed some of its students' parents to find out what they thought of the move.

Over 130 parents responded: While they appreciated the ministry's move to reduce stress on students, an overwhelming majority (90 per cent) said they were concerned this would make it harder for them to assess how their child was doing in school.

The reduction of mid-year examinations would not provide them with "a true gauge" of the child's academic performance in the earlier part of the school year, and they feared that it would lead to a "nasty surprise" at the year-end examinations, said the tuition centre's director Gavin Ng.

He added that parents whom he has spoken to were also largely in favour of keeping the centre's in-house mid-year and end-of-year examinations, which are set by its tutors, even though the schools are removing such examinations for certain levels.

And he has plans to meet the demand: Next year, the tuition centre is officially making available its in-house exams to students who are not enrolled with the centre. Anyone will be able sign up to take the exams for a fee.

He is also piloting a series of classes, known as "stress-free learning programmes" which focus "less on drilling" and more on experiential lessons, such as learning about robotics and coding.

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This query comes from a student:

I am currently in Millennia Institute (MI) pursuing the 3 year 'A' level course, fyi the school permits students to repeat once each year for their first 2 years there. Well I was already retained previously in J1, and since I have been scoring mostly U grades once more for most of the major assessments in J2, it means I will most likely get retained yet again. If (a big IF) I succeed in getting promoted to J3 eventually, I would been stuck in the same place for 5 whole years!!!!!!

Should I just quit now altogether and study elsewhere instead, say a polytechnic? Honestly I am very, very worried about having wasted an obscene amount of time compared to my peers with nothing to show for in the end if I hung around and screw up my 'A' levels......:( What should I do? Please do kindly advise, thanks.

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Food Glorious Food / Say Chiizu stretchy cheese toast review.......
« on: October 15, 2018, 08:06:41 pm »

Say Chiizu began life as a humble snack shack by Khun Jae and Khun Aor at Bangkok's night markets selling cheese fries, subsequently debuting at The Mall Ngamwongwan in Mueang Nonthaburi District. Fast forward to the present day, Say Chiizu has since become synonymous with stretchy cheese toasts snugly slotted in dinky yellow cum black open-faced packaging, and in 2018 "stretched" awareness of its offerings across oceans to land on the shores of Singapore courtesy of a franchise agreement reached (first takeaway kiosk at VivoCity commenced business on 15 January, with many more to follow).

Sampling and thoughts:

Good news: the cheese toasts (available in 6 flavours - original, chocolate, charcoal, strawberry, Nutella and Matcha) are only grilled to order, therefore your purchases are guaranteed warm and fresh. Not so good news: because things are whipped up on the spot, be prepared to hang around for up to 15 minutes if you have to jostle against other folks. As fate would have it, our less than nimble fingers couldn't quite articulate the tensile awesomeness of the cheese blend (comprising mozzarella and two other hush hush varieties) gestating within-hence the absence of foreplay photos herein.

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The best way to preserve hawker centres is to constantly patronize your favorite stalls, yes?


Be mindful of where you spend your moolah.

After news about what those social enterprise hawker centres were really up to broke, I've not had meals at any of those venues. These days I make a conscious decision to deny them my business and hit them where it hurts the most: their bottom line. The hawkers are the unfortunate collateral damage in this case and yes my heart cries for them. That being said, I still fervently pray such an unscrupulous business model will bleed cash so badly things will eventually get shut down.

Then again while a whole lot more folks must unite in this national boycott to foster such an outcome, I am positive this would prove to be far more effective than any bullshit government select committee set up to troubleshoot affairs .

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