Those Sweet Young Things from Singapore

I noticed that Singaporean girls are notoriously quick to follow the latest fashion trends.
The last time I was in Singapore was two years ago. Back then, the look of the season was that perfectly straight rebonded hair. I’m not surprised why that hairstyle is so popular since I know a lot of girls who wanted that perfect straight hair seen only on Taiwanese celebrities and Pantene commercials. Rebonded hair could instantaneously transform an otherwise bland and ordinary girl off the streets into a sizzling hot sexy babe like Jolin.
Jolin with her rebonded hair

Pay RM300 to rebond your hair and look like Jolin!

When I was in Singapore that time, I remembered sitting alone in the Jurong East MRT interchange.
Picture this scene.
A train arrived. Doors opened. Out came a Jolin Tsai lookalike with her long straight hair gracefully flowing in the wind. I looked at her. Everything turned into slow-motion. She smiled. My heart skipped a bit. My eyes fixated on her beauty. My drool dripping on the magazine I was reading.
Just as she walked past me, another Jolin lookalike walked out. And another one. And another one. Then another one. They look like angels. All with rebonded hair.
Heaven MRT station

Suddenly Jurong East transformed into Heaven.

Anyway, the trend has since died down a bit. I think the girls all got sick of looking alike, so at least now there’s a wider variety of hairstyles among the Singaporean girls. But just as one trend dies down, another new trend has hit those ever-so-fashion-conscious Singaporean girls.
This time round, its all about the mini skirts!
No, not those long ugly ones your high school teacher used to wear. I’m talking about those teeny-weeny itsy-bitsy super ultra-short skirts.
The ones that if you bend over, you will inadvertently broadcast the colour of your underwear and the beginnings (or was that the ‘ends’) of your ass to the entire world via CNN.
Short skirts galore

The white arrows point to examples of the kind of ultra short mini skirt I’m talking about.

I don’t know why, but when these short-skirt wearing girls stand in front of me, it certainly made those trips up the escalators a lot more interesting.
The elevator story

This is an escalator. Now imagine a girl with a very short skirt in front of you riding to the top of the escalator. What do you think you’ll see?

But hey! I’m not a horny bastard ok? I’m not the kind who stalk and prey on innocent young girls. See, when these girls choose to flaunt their ASS-ets and display the colour of their G-strings to me, its hard. Its really hard.
Hard as in… difficult. Not hard as in… penis… hard. No misunderstanding? Good.
Walking along Orchard Road, I can’t help but noticed that the lasses in Singapore have adopted a much liberal sense of dressing compared to our Malaysian counterparts. Maybe its the hot and humid Singapore weather, but there’s a galore of bared mid-riffs, cute spaghettis and short skirts on their 40kg frame. Sometimes I wonder what kinda water Singaporean girls drink to stay so slim. Maybe its the NEWater their government has been promoting.
Where did NEWater come from?

Wanna know how Singaporean girls managed to stay so slim?

Another thing I noticed is the number of lesbians openly showing their affection along Orchard Road. More lesbians than gays apprently. So, Lainie was right. There are plenty of gays and lesbians in Singapore, definitely a lot more compared to before.
Then, it hit me. If a large number of Singaporean women are lesbians, and those that are not lesbians are angmoh-loving SPGs, wouldn’t there be a distinct lack of Singaporean-men-loving straight women?
House of Fury preview

“Really ah? Ya hor?”

I mean… think about it! Most Singaporean men right out of army are suave, well built, well educated and have a good sense of humour. These are good quality men! Even if MOST of them hooked up with Singaporean girls, there are STILL going to be a lot of single Singaporean men left out there because the rest of the Singaporean girls are either (A) lesbian or (B) prefer white bread.
Gee, I wonder where can these poor Singaporean men can find their girlfriends then. Malaysia?
When my parents and I were in Singapore, I was always the one to get them food since my father isn’t very mobile and my mother has to stay by his side. I was lucky since Far East Plaza is just across the road from the hotel I was staying. Two years ago, Far East Plaza remind me very much of Kuching’s Hopoh or KL’s Sungai Wang, in that they sell mostly budget items and the closest thing they have to designer brands are imitated ones.
This time round I noticed a lot more creative, youthful and funky shops popping up. I like it how the young proprietors get so creative in the design of their shop and the display of their products.
One of the more interesting shop is InQBox, which looks more like an art gallery than a clothing/accessories shop. I went in there and one T-shirt immediately caught my eye.
LocalBrand T-shirt

The ‘Blind’ T-shirt, featuring the embossed print for the word ‘Blind’ in Braille.

What’s so special about this T-shirt you say? Well, I dunno. For a start, its LocalBrand.
LocalBrand logo
And they seem to have a promotion going on.
LocalBrand promotion
That is the reason why I bought the T-shirt.
Oh shit, what have I done?
Yes, I got the 20% discount.
I am ashamed.
I know.
Shut up.
‘Love’ is a funny thing.
Love can happen in the most unexpected places, under the most unexpected circumstance. A split second of contact can leave an impression that last for eternity.
They say love is blind.
They say there’s no such thing as love at first sight.
These people do not know love. They do not know fate.
But I know.
I know, because I have experienced it.
We met in the most unlikely of places.
It was but a mere split second, but seeing her made me think twice about the relationship I’m in right now. It made me think twice about continuing this whole long distance thing.
Funny how such a brief moment of contact with someone you’ve never met before can change one’s life, and one’s perception on life.
Deep down inside, I know what I want.
It was a difficult choice, almost an impossible one to make.
But I know, one thing for sure, is that – I – love – her.
Impossible as it may seem, but one day, she shall be mine.

It takes time.

But one day, she will be mine.
You just wait and see.

Lamborghini washed.

27 Replies to “Those Sweet Young Things from Singapore”

  1. wahhh!! my blood boiled man when i thought you really met a girl and that you’re thinking twice about leaving the love-of-your-life Nicole.
    hahaha. phew. don’t be a bastard k kenny? don’t disappoint us!
    and lol!!! why never take picture of your expression? haha, was it difficult to conjure the expression in front of strangers?(erm, strangers breathing the same air as you unlike strangers who visit our blogs)

  2. OoOoOi!!!!
    don’t you dare to compare my Sungei Wang of KL with that lousy junk of Hopoh of Kuching lah!
    big difference lah!!!
    reminder: the only ppl who compare those two are the ah-mahs from Kuching who only went to KL once in their life time since 1990s.
    big, significant difference arr!!!!!
    no Sungei Wang, no cute babes of KL ar!! plus…no suai ke too if no cute babes.

  3. Hahahahah! I had a great laugh at your post today! Yeah, you will get one, you will… 😀 but where are the babes that come along with the car?

  4. i must admit newater made me laugh when it first came out. Now i just wince.
    Singapore actually probably has less gay people than us, but they’re more open about it and have less places to go to compared to us 🙂

  5. THAT is love at first sight! but still u got to think about the ‘out of the league’ factor i was mentioning and u were agreeing upon at my blog! 😛 but hell, i wish she’ll be mine one day so i can ride her all night long.

  6. Damnn.. good analysis!
    BTW, I was in Taiwan recently, and the trend then was, plait short skirts with high boots! Should be catching up in singapore soon i reckon, Malaysia still playing catchup… haha

  7. Hey dude, I found a source for NeWater in Kuching. . The residual chemical from meth, vodka, tobacco, laksa.. has a boosting on metabolism, it would be an excellent drink for the 40 kG SPG who wants to stay slim. Some batch may have laxative effect, which is not a problem for the G-string wearing SPGs
    During an emergency diarrhea attack, with a little spread of her legs, the shit would just squirt pass the string and not even soiling the short, sexy mini. If she happended to take a escalator, the shit would get soaked btw the self cleaning blades and the gavity will later drain it off on it’s way back up.

  8. e, DUDEEEEE…. that is some NASTY NASTY SHIT. In fact, that shouldn’t even be called shit. Its a shittilicious shitting SHITZILLA. That’s digusting man, disgusting! I think even if its made into NEWater it’d still have some residual flavour in there. Ewwww!
    If anyone else is reading this DO NOT GO TO THE LINK e posted. Shit, that’s worse than!
    Jon, got shorter ar? Might as well don’t wear rite?
    Jayelle, hahahaa I don’t react like a hamsap guy when I see pretty girls lah! I’ll probably turn my head around and all that. But my heart was beating too fast for me to do anything. heh. You want me to take a photo of myself ah? I’ve got enough photos of myself lah. Dun wanna make this site into a shrine for myself.
    vss3t, hmmm… you got a point! KL cute babes? In Sungei Wang? *think…* Nahhhhhh! Kuching cute babes in Hopoh? *think…* *vomits*
    Jason, cute babes that comes along with that car? *cough*NeeNee*cough* 🙂
    Lainie, are gay Malaysians just embarrassed to show their affection in public or what? Society not accepting enough perhaps?
    KENie, Gallardo indeed. 🙂
    KLJS, at least you have something to blame if people tell you that you talk too much shit.
    cccp, in reality that’s like the only scenario where more than one guy can ride a babe like that all night long. Simultaneously.
    Ivan, oh yea I’ve seen photos of that. I thought it was a school uniform or something. That’s hot.
    thquah, cooooool.
    Wilson, HEH! The model is actually a Singaporean blogger turned global celebrity. If you think she’s pretty, then well, let’s just say there’s plenty of photoshop involved.
    Justina, miniskirts not auntie lah. When a girl wears it, it barely covers 15% of her legs. Oh, and that photo was taken in a clothing store that’s inspired from the Japanese fashion culture.

  9. Rebonding hair is a method hair saloons use to totally straighten out the hair. Usually last for one year, and the result is… you get hair like Jolin. Hsin! You call yourself a girl?

  10. aiya those skirts not considered ‘mini’ lor. those are considered average for a sg lass.
    and sg men get their wives from malaysia/vietnam/china/thailand and what-not. sg women too smart for them liao.

  11. so far i havent seen anything under the skirt…
    mostly is all above the skirt wan . .
    the skirt is hip hugging and low enough to show her public hair alerady ….
    i guess that’s the conveniece of wearing a MINI huh?

  12. Hello bro, think your fact is tobaleh lah….
    There are no good man around that is why singaporean gals are all becoming leisban and ang mo loving SPG !
    I am considering become one of the category myself because i go disco, chinese guy ya ya papaya while ang moh make effort to chat with me.
    And true me, i dont like ang moh man !

  13. cheyz.. so it’s a lamborghini gallardo you’re talkin about.. me lovin it too.. esp. orange gallardo.. freakin HOT

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