Singapore men and China women

A Straits Times report that a stallholder will be hanged for killing his mistress saddens me.

China women have been flooding our shores, and Singapore men have been stupid and gullible enough to get entangled with them.

These men after falling for the charms of the wily China women get swindled with some losing not only losing their life savings but also their family.

And some pay with their life as in the case of this stallholder.

It is extraordinary that when China women are around, our men folk’s common sense deserts them.

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7 Responses to “Singapore men and China women”

  1. What to do since our Singapore girls don’t want our Singapore boys? Actually it’s more the unmarried adult females who are so high and mighty that they avoid our not so educated unmarried adult males.

    This attitude by our ladies, who prefer blonde hair and stiff upper lip eloquence, makes our gentlemen see red; so our chappies look for the little dragon ladies, who can provide them with much but for less.

    Our girls so act mah!

  2. Some may argue that the notion that ang mo are better is a myth and for some, a reality. Andy, as you’ve lived among ang mo for many year, your views give us a fresh perspective.

  3. Actually, ang mohs are like all human beings, no different. It’s our ladies and some Singaporeans who put them on higher ground and worship them like gods. To this group of people, ang mohs are better. But it IS a myth.

  4. It doesn’t give anyone the right to kill, unless it’s an obvious case of self-defence. Doesn’t seem to be the case here.

  5. Sul mare luccica l’astro d’argento.
    Placida è l’onda. Prospero è il vento.
    Sul mare luccica, l’astro d’argento.
    Placida è l’onda. Prospero è il vento.
    Venite all’agile, barchetta mia,
    Santa Lucia, Santa Lucia.
    Venite all’agile, barchetta mia,
    Santa Lucia, Santa Lucia.

    (English translation)

    Over the sea shines a silver star.
    Placid is the wave. Fair is the wind.
    Over the sea shines a silver star.
    Placid is the wave. Fair is the wind.
    Come to my swift little boat,
    Santa Lucia, Santa Lucia.
    Come to my swift little boat,
    Santa Lucia, Santa Lucia.

  6. May I ask what language is this?


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