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  1. Probation not recommended for 21-year-old who impregnated 3 of his girlfriends, assaulted one of them The offender met the youngest victim V1, on Instagram in January 2019. She told him that she was 12 going on 13, while the offender was 18 at the time. They met for the first time on Jan 19, 2019, at the offender's house. He committed the sexual penetration offence against the 12-year-old girl that same day. The offender was being investigated for this offence when he again had sexual intercourse with the girl at a staircase landing in February 2019. She was found to be 10 weeks pregnant on Apr 30, 2019, and aborted the foetus in May. The probability of the offender being the father of the child was found to be 99.9999 per cent on paternity testing. He enlisted for national service the month his child was aborted, but continued to see the girl, who was staying with her mother. He had sex with the victim again in June 2019 when sleeping over. The offender began dating another girl, 18-year-old V2, from August 2019 to September 2020. In January 2020, the offender had a dispute with V2 outside his home, as he did not want her to leave his house. He slapped her cheek and kicked her lower back as he was angry. V2 discovered in March 2020 that she was pregnant with his child, and gave birth in July 2020. The offender also admitted to an earlier offence in 2017, when he dated a 15-year-old girl he got to know through mutual friends. He was 17 when he sexually penetrated the minor at a staircase landing. They had sex twice or thrice a month until they broke up, and the teenager discovered in early 2018 that she was pregnant with the offender's child. The hospital reported the case of underage pregnancy to the police on Mar 7, 2018. The teenager is currently raising the child. The offender will return to court for sentencing on Nov 19. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/probation-not-recommended-21-year-old-who-impregnated-3-his-girlfriends-assaulted-one-them-2288156 His KKJ strong and powerful
  2. Girls vs. Boys: Brain Differences Might Explain Tech Behaviors By Julie Jargon https://www.wsj.com/articles/girls-vs-boys-brain-differences-might-explain-tech-behaviors-11569317402?shareToken=stf11a3d13d7ef4c92a3a25ed4a6e2867e&mod=djmc_pkt_evgrn Recent research shows the brain’s rewards regions activate when males crave videogames, girls face more depression when overusing social media Many parents of both boys and girls have witnessed striking differences in the way their kids use technology, with their sons generally gravitating to videogames and their daughters often spending more of their screen time scrolling through social media. Emerging research indicates that brain differences between males and females help account for the split. “It is entirely plausible from a neurological perspective that there’s an underlying biological component to this difference people are seeing,” said Larry Cahill, a professor of neurobiology and behavior at the University of California, Irvine, who has spent two decades researching gender differences in the brain. In this column I’ve chronicled the aggression some boys exhibit when they have to shut off videogames and transition to other activities, as well as the problems some young men face when they go to college and have to juggle game time and school work without mom and dad’s help. That led some readers to question why girls don’t appear to be having these problems. Of course, girls have issues of their own, such as smuggling “burner” phones to keep up with forbidden social media accounts. It’s just that when it comes to videogames, most girls seem to have a better handle on when to stop. According to a 2017 survey conducted by Pew Research Center, 41% of teenage boys said they spend too much time playing videogames while only 11% of girls said they do. Marc Potenza, a psychiatry professor at Yale University, teamed up with researchers at universities in China to find out why. Using functional MRIs, which measure brain activity by detecting changes in blood flow, the team studied neural responses in young male and female gamers, particularly in the parts of the brain associated with reward processing and craving—a motivating factor in addiction. When the men and women were shown photos of people playing videogames, those parts of the men’s brains showed higher levels of activation than those parts of the women’s brains. Brain regions that have been implicated in drug-addiction studies also were shown to be more highly activated in the men after gaming. The researchers said the results suggest men could be more biologically prone than women to developing internet gaming disorder. But girls and women aren’t free from problems when it comes to digital media. Data from Pew shows that, in general, women use social platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest far more than men. Many girls and women are drawn to those photo-sharing sites because they like to form bonds and find similarities, says Rosanna Guadagno, a social psychologist at Stanford University. Even if women only use those sites more than men because that is where their friends are, many experts and parents say they have found that girls appear to have a greater fear of missing out, which compels them to keep up with what their friends are posting. Some recent studies show that girls feel the ill effects of too much social media use, such as depression and anxiety, more than boys do. Liz Repking, a cyber safety expert and mother of three in suburban Chicago, has seen the differences in her own sons and daughter. Earlier this summer, her 15-year-old daughter said her phone was driving her crazy. She told her that she felt pressured to follow her friends’ Instagram stories and like and comment on their posts, and that it was eating up a lot of her time, Ms. Repking said. Her sons, 18 and 21, use social media—Snapchat, in particular—mostly to communicate with friends but don’t feel compelled to keep up with what people are posting. “There’s more peer pressure and validation I see with it for her than for the boys,” she said. In August, Ms. Repking’s daughter decided to impose some limits, such as being on her phone no more than three hours a day and checking Instagram less frequently. “When I asked her a week later how that was going, she said, ‘I’m only looking at Instagram three times a day but I can’t catch up,’” Ms. Repking said. One might argue that multiplayer videogames are the way boys connect with friends online. But it’s different. “Videogames can be social but there’s also a physical distance because you don’t see photos, and communication is largely through text, which is more consistent with the direct way men tend to communicate with each other,” Dr. Guadagno said. Researchers at the University of Zurich looked at how differences in brain functioning can help explain why women tend to be more prosocial—that is, helpful, generous and cooperative—than men. In the 2017 study, they hypothesized that the areas of women’s brains related to reward processing are more active when they share rewards and that those areas in men are more active when receiving selfish rewards. Brain scans conducted on men and women, in which they chose between receiving a monetary reward only for themselves or one that involved sharing money with others, supported their theory. The Lego Group learned a lot about the prosocial nature of girls more than a decade ago when it conducted research on who buys the brick building kits. At the time, about 90% of the Lego sets purchased in the U.S. were intended for boys. That led the company to conduct more research with girls which revealed, among other things, that girls wanted more role-playing opportunities. Lego created a pastel-colored line called Friends, which sold well but was criticized by some consumer groups—including the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood—for reinforcing gender stereotypes. Academics who study gender differences also have faced backlash for pointing out that boys and girls aren’t the same. “It’s not a debate that there are sex influences throughout the mammalian brain,” said Dr. Cahill. “How they all play out is what we should responsibly explore.” Scientists say understanding those differences is critical to parents’ ability to help kids navigate the fast-changing world of tech. Our brains haven’t caught up to modern times, says Dr. Guadagno, which is why kids’ digital behavior can feel so confusing and overwhelming to parents trying to manage it. “Human brains are wired for survival on the savanna,” she said. “They’re not wired for social media and videogames.” Write to Julie Jargon at [email protected] PHOTO: STEVEN SALERNO
  3. The manpower crunch is having a serious effect on sg f&b.. yesterday while having dinner at bukit batok blk233, i witness a new low for beer girls.. The carlberg girl is >90kg and old lor... *gosh*.. I see her fat flipping under her tight clothes.. *almost fainted*
  4. This year 'Girls' so much better the previous few years .... Most of them doesn't look local ....
  5. hihi using my hubby nick here. hahaha what do u girls like to do when ur hubby is soooo in love with his car, and spend precious time cleaning his car interior and polishing the exteriors. wondering if got ladies in car forum! haha oh man, we should form a club or something "The 2nd Wives Club"
  6. Ok single guys out there , pls read and feel free to give your comments :) https://sg.news.yahoo.com/20-types-guys-singaporean-girls-020000499.html
  7. Sexual jihad is a controversial practice of women within some Wahhabist groups allegedly offering themselves in sexual comfort roles to fighters for the establishment of Islamic state. Definition in wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_jihad Disturbing, but we should all be aware of the power of these radical groups. Somehow, the ISIS is able to brainwash these girls to become sexual objects for the ISIS fighters. Interesting talk show on the topic of sexual jihad. http://www.straitstimes.com/news/asia/south-east-asia/story/isis-luring-young-girls-around-the-world-join-its-terror-ranks-20150 PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian police are on the alert for a new tactic by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria to lure young girls from around the world to join its ranks. Special Branch Counter Terrorism Division's principal assistant director Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said the militant group was trying to lure girls as young as 14 and 15 to the ranks for sex jihad, among other activities. "We will not allow them to be exploited by IS or any other terror groups. "We are pooling our resources to ensure that these children do not fall into the trap," he told The Star on Sunday. Stressing that the division was monitoring the situation closely, SAC Ayob Khan advised parents to be more wary of their children's activities. "These young girls can easily be influenced by the militants via social media, especially Facebook. "So, parents, please play your part by monitoring your children's activities," he said. SAC Ayob Khan said that although the division had managed to thwart seven Malaysian women from going to Syria to join the militants since last year, seven others had managed to go there, adding that most of the women were in their 20s. "The youngest so far is the 14-year-old who was arrested last week," he said. The girl was nabbed at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport while attempting to head to Cairo, purportedly to marry a student there before going to Syria. SAC Ayob Khan said the latest arrest reflected the IS' worrying trend to brainwash and enlist youngsters from around the world into joining its terror ranks. Britain's Scotland Yard is now looking for three teenage girls who are believed to be travelling to Syria via Turkey to join the ISIS. They are Shamima Begum, 15, who could be using the name of Acklina Begum, and 16-year-old Kadiza Sultana. The third girl, 15, has not been named at the request of her family. Their friend, also a 15-year-old, is said to have joined the militants in December. In November, a 19-year-old Dutch girl was brought home by her mother after marrying an ISIS fighter in Syria. Earlier on Sunday, Deputy Defence Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri said there were some people in the country who were influenced by the activities of militant groups. "Their ability to recruit young people for their false struggle is worrying. To date, there have been several of our young people who not only joined them in IS territories as supporters but also became directly involved in military activities such as suicide bombing. "Going by the experience of neighbouring countries, we should also give IS serious attention," he said. He gave the assurance that police and military intelligence units were monitoring militant groups and would not let them grow to the point where they could threaten the security of the nation. He said parents should always monitor their children's activities to prevent them from getting involved in terror groups like the ISIS. - See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/asia/south-east-asia/story/isis-luring-young-girls-around-the-world-join-its-terror-ranks-20150#sthash.IEyoIzZx.dpuf -------------------------
  8. Last week I went clubbing with frens and one of them got drunk thou we know she is strong drinker. We neva see her "mah bo" before so when she is down, we are v happy coz its a rare sight ! Of coz as frens we helped her to a stool to rest, but she is really drunk so cant rest on a stool. Hence we decide to shift her to the club lobby where those big sofas are. I went over to carry her..Gosh ! So heavy sia ! I din know a 45kg ger can weigh so much when drunk! I put her left arm over my neck, my left hand grab her arm and my right hand go over her right shoulders. Half way to the sofa, her legs give way and I had to shift my right arm from the shoulders to her waist area. The "journey" is merely 20metres and I oredi exhausted ! Is my carrying technique wrong ? Or I am weak ?
  9. I was introduced by my friend. Currently hooked and addicted to them LOL. Tickets for their concernt all SOLD out. Very sad. Cannot see my Jessica Jung live in person. :( I cannot imagine a guy at my current age still hooked on to girl band LOL. :(
  10. STOMP Pervert with no underwear exposes his private parts to girls at McDonald's
  11. Looks great even in tudung The fantastic Keira Knightley
  12. http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a44_1400927090 His last video posted before shooting 6 girls. Warning: sick video... http://hollywoodlife.com/2014/05/24/santa-barbara-shooter-elliot-rodgers-six-dead-ucsb-campus/
  13. I am not sure how much CNA and local MSM are following up on this kidnap of 270 innocent school girls in Africa by a terrorist group. I keep seeing video of the terrorists' leader defying international appeals to release these girls and threatening harms to the girls if their demands are not met. The govt of that country is hopelessly corrupted and useless, allowing this to happen.
  14. From the papers today, look like Singapore Airline is taking over from SingTel as the main sponsor for our Singapore F1 this year. So will they be using the S'pore Girls as the race girls instead
  15. Awesome & Funniest Videos, chio kua pain. Enjoy link: http://vidcy.com/what-if-guys-and-girls-changed-roles-valentines-day/
  16. http://www.chinese-luxury.com/gallery/20130422/27565_44.html :wub:
  17. For those interested, i made a consolidate list of most of the videos: http://garage36.blogspot.sg/2013/01/tokyo-...trawled_16.html
  18. mean keeping hair long will not become a slut? I understand some schools discourage female teacher to go for this event, it could be for valid reason. but for girl who brave themselves for good cause, what was the principal thinking, trying to train their student to be Miss Singapore and rich tai tai?
  19. ok thread shifted.....to poll thjread....basket unitd...make me busy...i bad mood.....i watching u...muahahaha http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showto...2690266&hl= closed
  20. http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/...dating-20130305 FACEBOOK "confession" pages, which allow users to share secrets anonymously, may have helped lovelorn students express their romantic intentions to their objects of affection, but the majority of undergraduates do not want to date, a survey has found. Some 400 undergraduates aged between 19 and 25 from the National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Management University and SIM University were asked what was most important to them. And romance was not anywhere on top of their minds. The survey found that six in 10 respondents are not in a relationship. Of these, seven in 10 have no plans to actively pursue one. BACKGROUND STORY WHAT'S IMPORTANT? Respondents were asked to rank these options in order of priority* 1 Getting good grades 2 Earning money 3 Finding a job 4 Socialising 5 Keeping fit 6 Finding a life partner * Respondents also ranked "Others", which came in seventh. KEY FINDINGS 60% are single. Of these, seven in 10 do not plan to actively pursue a relationship 35% would start looking for a partner only after establishing their career, and 38 per cent could not decide. Only one in four would not wait to build a relationship 90% agree that a relationship provides emotional support, and 70 per cent said being in one is a good thing
  21. just wondering if there r girls who like to surf and watch porn regularly?
  22. I think many of you have been waiting for this... I know i know, i've been holding back on you all on these pictures but truth be told, i was hoping to finish off all the automotive posts before starting on them ladies. But with so many more photos to sift through, i think it is only fair i present to you all, part 1 of the lovely lasses i spotted at the 2012 Auto Salon. I think since most of you won't be reading this anyway, i will keep my comments short. Here we go! Kawaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~ She was promoting something... i forgot what it was. I think it was side indicator lamps... Gotta get me shot of the side indicator now... She keeps getting in the way! Since the previous girl kept getting in the way of my side indicator shot, i moved on... Nitto chicks. There... better...
  23. Singapore Girls Nature Guide curry sauce: Date King: Singapore Girls Nature Guide
  24. any tiko from mcf in the photo? [laugh]
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