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  1. saw this outside textile center this afternoon.
  2. LONDON (AFP) - - A British man fed up with his wife's complaints advertised her for sale -- and got a number of offers. ADVERTISEMENT "Nagging Wife. No Tax, No MOT. Very high maintenance -- some rust," wrote Gary Bates, 38, in a small ad in Trade-It, more usually used to buy and sell cars or household goods. Bates, a self-employed builder from Gloucestershire, southwest England, snapped after his wife Donna on got on his nerves while she was watching television and decided to place the ad as a joke. "She was nagging me for doing something small, while she was watching some rubbish on TV. So I just thought I'd put an ad in to get rid of her. "I didn't think anyone would ring up but I've had at least nine or 10 people calling about her. It's gone mad. There was no one I knew -- just people asking, 'Is she still available?'" The couple only married last year, and Bates said his 40-year-old wife -- whom he advertised in the magazine's Free to Collect section, along with some of his fishing tackle -- initially gave him "a bit of an ear-bashing." But he said: "She's seen the funny side of it now though!"
  3. I tried contact lenses eon ago. Accuve was the last brand I have tried and I still feel uncomfortable with the lenses. Whenever i wear the lenses, i feel like my eyes are going to pop up and i feel so strained after a few hours. anyone has such problem before and has found a brand that suits him can recommend me?
  4. VellfireS

    Very Tempted to UpSIZE RIMS

    Bros.. My Camry currently running on Cerato Forte's rims.. with Maxxis Victra Assymetric M35 tyres.. I find it quite good.. very hard sidewall.. cornering good.. but quite noisy.. Clocked in 21,000km.. Now I am very tempted to up to 18 or 19" rims.. and tyres.. looking at CSC3 or P Zero.. Any bros can advice.. P.S Rims : 114.3x5 And can I use other cars' stock rims? E.G. new GS350 , M6 etc/
  5. Passion

    VERY SLOW internet connection

    anybody using singnet here?Do you experience slow in connection except connecting to singnet DNS?I got slow connection to sgcarmart and can't even connect to blog.why is this so?
  6. This is my general observation. Seems that Maserati and especially Porsche are getting quite common on the roads nowadays. Singapore must be having more and more rich people everydays.
  7. Evidence: http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...616&DL=1175
  8. Any bros saw the TV footage of him talking about this? Could not really hear him and you have to raise the TV volume. And his manner was very stiff... But for an almost 90 old man really From CNA: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1203376/1/.html S'pore chooses new leaders very carefully: Lee Kuan Yew By Michiyo Ishida | Posted: 24 May 2012 2219 hrs
  9. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1191578/1/.html SINGAPORE: A doctor with Changi General Hospital pleaded guilty on Tuesday to dressing up as a junior college schoolgirl and exposing himself to a university student. Thirty-seven-year-old Ivan Ngeow Ko Yen was first charged in August 2010 with insulting the modesty of the then-19-year-old student. He was loitering at a lift lobby in Clementi while donning a school uniform, comprising a top and a skirt. The girl noticed him at her block's void deck, but ignored him. However, she caught him lifting his skirt in her direction and exposing himself, as the lift doors were closing. A report was made later and Ngeow was arrested the following month. Ngeow, who is out on S$10,000 bail, will be sentenced on 24 April. A pre-sentence report has been ordered to assess his suitability for probation. For the offence, he could be jailed up to one year and fined. - CNA/wk
  10. Ahtong

    Kim Jong Un's very chio wife

    LINK Machiam like Beauty & the Beast, or more accurately, Beauty & Obese
  11. I notice that most of the drivers here in s'pore like to horn. But when it comes to signalling when making a turn, they alway fail to do so.
  12. Directed by a Bolehlander and said to be based on a "true" story. Reviews say it is one of the scariest movie in a long time. I feel like watching but it will be a waste of $$$ because my GF will spend 90% of the show covering her eyes / clinging to me. Soon to be 7th month somemore. Anyone watched already and can give reviews? The below sign if I feel is marketing overkill.
  13. http://www.asianoffbeat.com/default.asp?Display=1278
  14. Thargor

    Fatherhood very first experience

    As the expected due date draws nearer...I am really getting very excited and really looking forward to seeing my baby girl For the fathers here, how many of you actually went into the labour room and even help to cut the baby's cord? How is the feeling like seeing your baby and hearing his/her first cries. Any fathers here actually shed tears of joy? Hehehe come share your experience
  15. Picnic06-Biante15

    Our Very Own National Bird - Crimson Sunbird

    We have our national orchid and now, our national bird....... Crimson Sunbird Yahoo : Did you know that Singapore has a national bird? Everyone knows Singapore’s national flower is the Orchid, but do you know that Singapore’s national bird is the Crimson Sunbird? The Crimson Sunbird, or Aethopyga siparaja, was declared the national bird by Dr Shawn Lum, President of the Nature Society (Singapore) at the 6th Asian Bird Fair Fellowship Dinner on 31st October 2015. The national bird was apparently chosen in a public vote at the society’s 1st Nature Day way back in 2002. In that poll, the Crimson Sunbird won with 400 votes, or 38 per cent of a total of 1038 votes. Yahoo Singapore has reached out to the Nature Society (Singapore) regarding the 13 year gap between the vote and announcement, but has not received a response at the time of publication. Many members of the public that voted for the bird commented that it was small, active and red, much like Singapore. Other contenders were the White-bellied Sea-eagle, which was second in the vote count, followed by the Black-naped Oriole, Olive-backed Sunbird and the Greater-Racket-tailed Drongo. One interesting fact about the Crimson Sunbird is that it was collected and named by none other than Singapore’s founder Stamford Raffles, who published his findings in a journal. The bird can be seen at places like the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Central Catchment Nature Reserve, Pulau Ubin, Bukit Batok Nature Park, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, according to the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. Considering the small voting pool, it’s no wonder that hardly anyone knows about the Crimson Sunbird and many people believe the crane or joke that the Singapore Airlines is the national bird. link : https://sg.news.yahoo.com/did-you-know-that-singapore-has-a-national-bird-083735196.html Nice little cutie birdie ....
  16. Sabbie

    Property Agent very Rich?

    I had a former colleague married to this guy, poly grad, earned 2300 a month as an asst engineer, now he became agent and suddenly drive big car and talk big while me a uni grad, drive a small car and very humble, so property agents very rich? since I am a poor man and want to be rich, should I quit my job and be a property agent???
  17. To start off, as a benchmark, I am driving a 2008 1.8L civic. I have test driven a few cars and noted very different feels when it comes to the steering. To me, one of the main dislike when i test drive the Estima and Teana is how light the steering feels. It seems that from stationery or low speed, i need to turn the steering a lot before the car starts to turn. And faster speeds, it seems to be more 'responsive', thus the feel of the steering response being kind of inconsistent. The steering feel on my civic is different. The car seems to respond much better to slight turns on the steering. The latest camry is also fine. Is it that the implementation of the steering on the civic and camry is very different from that of the estima and teana. Can anyone shed some light (or some sort of technical explanation) on the different feel of the steering. I will however have to say that the test drives on the estima, teana and camry are for a short distance only.
  18. 2BDriver

    Very Close Lightning Strike

    The Lightning Strike at 00:23 with volume warning, the taller guy luckily ran passed the strike spot just few seconds ealier and saved his life .
  19. Guyver

    Race queens - Very good!!

    Hi all, Saw some Race Queens pics... so just wanna share with you all...
  20. sumting wrong with server(s)? can admin check?
  21. Altivo

    A very efficient truck driver

    check out how this lorry driver unloads his cargo of bamboo sticks https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=515585735154785
  22. vasantham debate on foreigners 6.9mil wah, only vasantham got balls sia! very epic, very candid, no holds barred one! got substitles
  23. RadX

    Very swee!!!

    Same color as my car summore http://autobahn.com.sg/2013/01/11/12-bmw-m5-nav-hud/ but but..... [bigcry]
  24. Something is very wrong with the system........ They say its to control car population blah blah..... However, I still experience jams like nobody business everyday........ I don't mind paying even $100-$200K for COE if it helps to clear up the roads.. But whats the point of paying so much if roads remain so clogged up everyday??? Others don't have COE, also jam up. We have COE also jam.... Well, its high time for LTA to do something to really reduce car population. Btw, one very good suggestion is that COE has to be paid up in cash. Not lump together with car installment. No $100K for COE? Don't get a car, simple as that.