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  1. US man drowns while proposing underwater to girlfriend at Tanzanian luxury resort https://www.asiaone.com/world/us-man-drowns-while-proposing-underwater-girlfriend-tanzanian-luxury-resort NAIROBI, Kenya - An American man has drowned while proposing to his girlfriend underwater at an idyllic island off the coast of Tanzania, a luxury resort said in a statement Sunday (Sept 22). His girlfriend Kenesha Antoine posted on her Facebook page footage of Steven Weber proposing to her through the window of their underwater hotel room at the luxury Manta Resort in Zanzibar. "You never emerged from those depths so you never got to hear my answer, 'Yes! Yes! A million times, yes, I will marry you!!'," she wrote Friday in a post confirming his death. Her video shows Weber swimming up to the window, and pressing a handwritten note against it which read: "I can't hold my breath long enough to tell you everything I love about you, but everything I love about you I love more every day. Will you please be my wife, marry me." He then pulled out a ring as Antoine squealed with joy while filming. It is unclear what went wrong during the proposal at Pemba Island, a popular honeymoon destination. "We never got to embrace and celebrate the beginning of the rest of our lives together, as the best day of our lives turned into the worst, in the cruelest twist of fate imaginable," Antoine wrote. "Knowing him, always quick with an off-color joke, he's probably entertaining someone with a story about how he royally screwed up that proposal and died while being extra." Manta CEO Matthew Saus confirmed to AFP in an email Sunday that "a male guest tragically drowned while freediving alone outside the underwater room" on Thursday. "The accident is currently under investigation by the local Zanzibar police authority." The couple were staying in the resort's famed "Underwater Room", a US$1,700 (S$2,340) a-night floating structure offshore in crystal clear waters, where the bed is surrounded by glass windows looking into the ocean.
  2. sell the car or ditch the girlfriend? http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.php?ID=559006&DL=1000 Description This Car Must Go. Girlfriend Hates It Because She Thinks I'm Picking Up Other Girls With It. Where Else Can You Get A Beautiful Convertible For $919/month? I Told Her It's Cheaper Than A Toyota But 100x More Chio, But She Told Me Either The Car Leaves Or She Does. Downgrading To Something Boring And Unattractive Now So That Girls No Longer Notice Me. Bo Pian. Help A Bro Out, Buy My Car.
  3. would you do that to your girlfriend? i know to some girls, there are lines that you can't cross, in this case even if she was already fully prep, but as long as she can't do it, dun force..... same goes with xxx [laugh]
  4. Roadrunner2029

    Girl stabs ex-girlfriend after sex

    A woman, 25, who faces a charge of attempting to murder her former girlfriend, 23, is in the High Court today (Sept 23) for the start of her eight-day trial. She is accused of stabbing the victim twice in the chest with a knife on July 22, 2012, at the Golden Star Hotel in Geylang. To protect the identity of the victim, the accused cannot be named The prosecution is expected to call a total of 43 witnesses. 与女友分手后,女郎被指带刀上芽笼酒店求复合不遂,与女友发生亲密关系后,猛刺女友两刀,一刀刺胸,一刀刺心脏,之后企图自杀,自刺胸部,要同归与尽。 这起案件发生在2012年7月22日下午5时,地点是芽笼8巷的金星酒店。 女郎被控一项企图谋杀罪,以及一项刺自己胸部企图自杀罪。她否认有罪,案件今早在高庭开审。控方先以企图谋杀罪进行审讯,余项暂时搁下。 控辩双方都提出限制令(gag order)申请,要求媒体不得报道任何可揭露受害者和被告身份的资料。高庭法官朱汉德表示要斟酌,但谕令媒体暂不能报道她们的名字等资料。 被告案发时23岁,受害者20岁,两人是同性情侣关系。 http://news.omy.sg/News/Local-News/story20140923-294087
  5. To all the MCF bros who are still single here, listen up!! The only word(s) I remember from his rant is "f-*-c-k-e-d-u-p".
  6. Wow, that’s….um…sweet? There’s been a frightening trend lately: The price of designer handbags and purses skyrocketing and more women wanting them. The victims: The poor men who have to try to satisfy those women. Apparently, some of them have been going to some extremes to make their “other half” happy. According to a recent University of Minnesota study, “The researchers said that some women no longer acquire designer handbags only to improve themselves but to signal to potential women rivals that their partners are devoted to them.” Yes, ladies and gentlemen, that means women want a badge of honor, a tag that reads “Whipped” and “Mine” in the form of a $2,000 Fendi bag. One guy, a 27-year-old man only identified by his last name, Park, had this to add: “Some time ago, I sold one of my kidneys to get money to buy a Hermes Kelly bag as a present for my girlfriend for our first anniversary.” MEN ARE SELLING BODY PARTS NOW, to buy a THING! Park worked multiple jobs over 3 months, became a private tutor, and then settled on a note in a general hospital that read ‘LOOKING FOR HUMAN ORGANS.’ The best part comes when Park adds: “I broke up with her after that, and I regret doing such a thing.” Their love didn’t last, but he will forever NOT have a body part. Korean men are dealing with price increases (designer brands costing millions of won), Korea’s sluggish economy, and now, the looming holiday season. SOURCE: Korea Times Post to Facebook READ MORE AT 247 Asian Media: 24-7kpop.com/2013/11/14/men-jumping-hoops-selling-body-parts-buy-girlfriends-designer-bags/
  7. http://shanghaiist.com/2009/01/14/girl_cri...ts_car_from.php
  8. Check this out... Many, she's fierce..
  9. KNN. This Ah Tiong damn stupid. Should have just died inside the box and send straight to the furnace to cremate. Want a Surprise? Send her a box of money. Couldnt stop laughing how stupid one can be ===================================== http://sg.news.yahoo.com/blogs/daily-buzz/...-204950208.html Hu Seng hoped to pop out of the box and surprise her, but when she opened it he was passed out One man's romantic gesture almost killed him when he ended up trapped in an airtight box for much longer than he should have been. Hu Seng, from China, wanted to surprise his girlfriend with a present, so he decided to mail her himself. The Daily Mail reports he hopped into a box, curled into the fetal position and made a friend tape the box closed and send it via courier to his girlfriend, Li Wang. He was hoping when the box arrived at her office he would jump out of it and surprise her. But that's not quite what happened. The couriers mixed up the address and instead of the delivery taking 20 minutes it ended up taking about three hours. Seng had very little air and by the time it arrived at Wang's office, Seng was unable to jump out and surprise her because he had passed out. He had to be revived by paramedics. He had a friend waiting at her office with a camera to film the whole thing. "I didn't realize it would take so long," said Seng in a Daily Mail article. "I tried to make a hole in the cardboard but it was too thick and I didn't want to spoil the surprise by shouting." The Daily Star reports if Seng told the courier firm he was in there they wouldn't have accepted the package. When animals travel they have to be in special containers so they can breathe.
  10. http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/...710-358284.html i donno what the girlfriend will say man
  11. He had sex with his 14-year-old girlfriend, got her pregnant and was jailed for four weeks when he could not pay his fine. But within a month of getting out of jail, he got the same girl pregnant again. Now 16, she has two sons by him and her family is helping her raise them. The youth, now 22 and a full-time national serviceman, was sentenced to four months' jail on Monday for his second offence of having sex with a minor. He cannot be named to protect the girl's identity. The court heard that they met in 2009, when he was 20 and she was 14. They had sex and she became pregnant. She gave birth to a baby boy in December 2010, when she was 15. He was fined $4,000 for having sex with her, and another similar charge was taken into consideration. He could not pay the fine, so he went to jail. After he was released from prison in February last year, he contacted the girl. The court heard that they were still in a relationship then. Within that month, he took the girl to his Yishun flat when no one was home and they had sex. The girl became pregnant again and in November last year, gave birth to their second baby. http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_761201.html
  12. Is this the guy who got his nuts slapped by his gf in public last year? ----- Man abused by his girlfriend Lianhe Wanbao - 16 hrs 33 mins ago A man laments that his hot girlfriend pinches, slaps and beats him with her shoes in public. A 25-year-old man is suffering at the hands of his abusive girlfriend. The 26-year-old attractive woman pinches, slaps and beats him with her shoes in public. She even made a phone call to her ex-boyfriend inviting him to have sex with her in a hotel room
  13. Cootie-Monster

    Have car and money - Will get girlfriend

    On internet forums, you will get a lot of guys bemoaning NMNHNLM - No Money, No Honey, Nobody Loves Me. In fact if you will recall the first Spiderman movie, Peter Parker wanted to buy a car to impress Mary Jane. So will having a car and sizeable disposable income get you a girlfriend? In my humblest opinion, it is a myth. Cars and $$$ are only tools. If you don't know how to use them properly, you will still be lonely. In fact if a girl were to fall for you solely for the two reasons, you should drop her like a stone.
  14. Sat, Apr 10, 2010 China Daily/Asia News Network Police have detained an 18-year-old man suspected of defrauding his Internet girlfriend of more than 2 million yuan ($307,064) in Qianan city of Northeast China's Hebei province on April 2, 2010, YanZhao Metropolis Daily reported. The jobless young man surnamed Qiu got to know the girl surnamed Bi through QQ, the most popular Chinese instant messenger, in July 2009. He called himself Guo Xingchen and told the girl that he was a pilot and that his family ran an iron and steel company. Bi, who was impressed by Qiu's seemingly rich lifestyle, kept sending money in the following months to Qiu when he lied repeatedly, such as telling her about a car accident and organ transplant. By the time Bi realized it was a fraud in March 2010, Qiu had squandered away a large amount of the money, including buying a car. The case is still under investigation. -China Daily/Asia News Network
  15. HE E-MAILED a prospective employee, asking her to be his 'special designer girlfriend'. Mr Shankar Venkataraman, 45, who owns a publishing firm, sees nothing wrong in sending such e-mails to staff and job applicants. But the Tripartite Alliance for Fair Employment Practices disagrees. It has denounced his indecent proposals as 'inappropriate and unacceptable'. One woman who applied for a job with his company was so outraged by his brazen come-on and subsequent lack of remorse she contacted The New Paper on Sunday. Mary (not her real name) had applied for a graphic designer position at eShan Publishing in January. The 23-year-old, a trained graphic designer, was offered a job soon after. But her joy turned to shock when she got an e-mail from Mr Venkataraman asking her to be his 'special designer girlfriend'. She recalled: 'I sent out my resume and the owner of the publishing company e-mailed me back, asking to meet me. 'I met him. He seemed like a normal guy and gave me encouraging comments about my portfolio.' Several days later, Mary e-mailed Mr Venkataraman with an idea for a publication that his company was about to launch. He replied to say he liked her idea. But she was horrified to read the rest of his e-mail. It read: 'I do hope that you are perfectly single... I have a lots (sic) in store for a romantic partner, for I do not know whether you would understand, that certain creativity too requires that proximity and feel. 'I am sure you know that creativity does not happen under office environment or employer-employee setting. I will soon be starting to travel... so I do wish to have you as my special 'designer' girlfriend and travel companion.' Mr Venkataraman added that he hoped, through his publications, to promote open relationships in society. Mary, who is currently working as a temp with Singapore Press Holdings, said she was 'disgusted' by his request and sent an e-mail politely rejecting his romantic overtures. She replied that she regarded him as a potential boss and requested some 'decency' in his behaviour. But Mr Venkataraman was undeterred. He wrote in another e-mail: ''Decency' and 'respect'... are deterrents to creativity... it builds a communication gap, in turn affecting the creativity. In my own finding, creativity requires that 'dirtyness' to be born... 'As I anticipated, your response too was predicted (sic) in a world filled with norms... But I feel good that a channel is (sic) been created and that I chose to be 'indecent' early, so that no undue decency builds up and obstructs in future.' Mr Venkataraman's company employs three women and four men, The New Paper on Sunday understands. Mary said: 'I spoke to one of his employees, who put me in touch with a female colleague who said she had also received e-mails containing sexual propositions.' The woman declined to be interviewed as she is still working in the company, but gave The New Paper on Sunday permission to use excerpts of her e-mail correspondence with Mr Venkataraman. In one e-mail broadcast to a group of his employees, Mr Venkataraman repeatedly referred to himself as the company's 'captain'. He stressed the importance of trust among co-workers, and urged those with an 'uncomfortable state of mind' to leave the company. He wrote: 'I would also not hesitate to disclose that our 'Physical Sexual feeling' is nothing but a natural urge... 'To either sex, the partner is just an outlet or a companion, and its like going to pee together or like having a coffee together... A spouse is nothing but an attached bathroom or outlet.' He went on to offer himself as an 'outlet for all incontinence'. He said: 'I have no qualms to announce that I am available for SEX relief, for I do envisage that as members of this vessel, we may get a special treatment and its best we keep things between ourselves, rather than looking for an outside avenue, which can endanger the journey. 'So anyone is free to press the 'attendant' button on the vessel for this.' In another e-mail he wrote to a group of his company's writers, he said he was in 'dire need' of a soulmate and travel companion. Mr Venkataraman signed off the e-mails as eShan, his pseudonym. The New Paper on Sunday contacted him via e-mail and asked if he saw anything wrong in trying to initiate romantic and sexual relationships with his employees through his e-mails. We also asked Mr Venkataraman, an Indian national with permanent residency here, if he felt Singaporean women were too conservative. He did not reply directly to the questions. Instead, he challenged us to publish his e-mails. He said: 'It's good to note that some seeds I have sown are showing results... How about you publish those e-mails and this e-mail of yours, and I reply through my publication'' When probed further, he said: 'Your questions... show that you have closed your mind in many ways, and your picture is complete.' In another e-mail to The New Paper on Sunday, he described himself as 'someone who has finished 'family' life', who has chosen a career in publishing to 'break all traditional barriers'. Refusing to answer our questions, he said they were 'media blackmail' and 'extortion of information by ransom'. He added: 'Your questions are absurd and narrow-minded, and is (sic) only reflection of how humanity has degraded and thus life itself... 'But from my e-mails you can see that I am not into cheapskate sex. I proposed to the girl in question, since I found her having the potential and talents for some of my creations that are planned.' He said he was merely exercising his right to propose. 'I just did not make a standard proposal, as it was after a few exchanges which gave me the intuition that the person has the capacity for elevated thinking.' THERE are no laws against sexual harassment in Singapore. But is it a serious enough problem here' In a study released in 2008 by Aware, more than half of the 500 people surveyed said they had experienced some form of sexual harassment at work. The majority of victims were women aged 21 to 25. Most were harassed by either a colleague or superior. Human resource (HR) practitioners said enough measures are in place to safeguard against workplace sexual harassment. Mr David Ang, executive director of the Singapore Human Resources Institute, said many employers have policies to address sexual harassment in the office. Penalties for improper behaviour, he noted, include disciplinary inquiries and, in some cases, dismissal. 'Employees should be able to approach their supervisors or HR department for help,' he said. In cases involving top personnel, they can opt to lodge reports with the authorities, Mr Ang added. Asked if there was a need for better legislation, he said: 'I don't think sexual harassment is an issue which can be easily dealt with through legislation. '(It) is a very personal issue, and the law cannot dictate who an individual works with, and what a working relationship should be like.' Similarly, Mr Paul Heng, founder of HR firm Next Career Consulting Group, feels it would be difficult to establish laws specifically for sexual harassment. He said: 'Individuals have different values and personalities - it would be difficult to legislate sexual harassment.' THE Tripartite Alliance for Fair Employment Practices (Tafep) has spoken to Mary and Mr Shankar Venkataraman about the incident, its spokesman said. She said: 'Based on the information given by both parties, the approach taken by the employer in recruiting and selecting staff is inappropriate and unacceptable. The employer has been advised accordingly. 'There are responsible employment practices and standards of behaviour which all employers are expected to comply with when offering jobs.' Imposing roles or activities unrelated to work, she noted, is considered 'an abuse of power' on the employer's part and is 'exploitative of job seekers who are in need of a job'. She added: 'Such behaviour has no place in an employer-employee relationship.' Ms Corinna Lim, executive director of the Association of Women for Action and Research (Aware), told The New Paper on Sunday that those who believe they have been sexually harassed should make a police report. They should also seek legal advice either from lawyers in private practice or at free legal clinics. Though there is no specific law against sexual harassment in Singapore, Ms Lim said that in some cases, it may be possible for perpetrators of sexual harassment to be charged under the law. The former lawyer referred to Section 509 of the Penal Code, which states that individuals intending to insult the modesty of any woman by saying any word, making any sound or gesture, or exhibiting any object, can be jailed up to one year, fined, or both. Under the Miscellaneous Offences (Public Order and Nuisance Act), those who use threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with the intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress to another person may be fined up to $5,000. Aware conducts a Legal Clinic twice a month to provide women with free legal information and advice. For more information, call the Aware Helpline at 1800 774-5935 or e-mail helpline@aware.org.sg
  16. The_Bear

    Evil Girlfriend Video

    This is totally wrong but funny
  17. Video: http://www.break.com/usercontent/2009/7/wi...dia-821650.html WWE ensues.
  18. Hi guys, I have a situation here, I downgrade my car from a big car 2.4 to 1.3 small car.... Ever since..My GF will complain that why i out of sudden brake, then pick up speed, the car is shaky and cause her to have headache.I mean i pay for everything for the car/petrol/maintenace..Yet she still complain when i fetch her.. I know that this small car performance is not good as my last big car.. I really feel like giving up driving....Might well take BMW then there will be no complain from her. What will you guys do if you will in my situation??
  19. Knew a girl for months. became a couple. She made me pay for almost everything when we go out. She is very careful with her own money but everytime we go out spending she expect me to pay even pay for her maid and family. Hawker centres, cafes & restaurants. At hawker centres, i will 1st queue & order food for her then only i queue and order food for myself. Including food and drinks i must have queued at least 3 times. And u know each queue can be long esp. during meal times. Once when i didnt order her food but she has to go queue & order her own, she wasnt happy. maybe becos she ended up having to pay her own food tat time. another time, i dropped her off to order food in a restuarant so that i can go find parking space. When i came into restuarant she told me she havent pay for the food. But at this restaurant cashier counter, u will be made to pay right away upon food ordering. I was thinking maybe she told the cashier she didnt have money on her. So she waited for me to come and pay. Even her maid food she asked me to pay. Even when her parents want papers, she got me to buy. Is this normal? Or is it their divine right for girls to expect their guys to pay for everything when they are out? Or am i being too calculative?? Being too easy going (generous etc) and being a carrot seem no difference. No-one like to be the latter. I thought it is more normal for both to pay ie. sometimes guys pay and sometimes gals pay too. though guys pay more times. I am flabbergasted by this all.
  20. Got this video link from a friend http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNjU4MDk1Njg=.html like that also can
  21. PETALING JAYA, MALAYSIA: For this Valentine's Day, businesswoman Kelly Tan E Li got an unexpected marriage proposal. It was "wrapped" in a RM14,000 diamond ring and a huge billboard advertisement in which her boyfriend publicly declared his intentions. "This is the biggest surprise of my life. And, the whole thing started as a very normal Wednesday. We went out for dinner and my boyfriend David Tan insisted on sending me home." "The date ended very late, close to midnight. We got talking in the car and as we drove along the LDP in Kelana Jaya, he got excited and asked me to look at an "interesting" billboard by the side of the road," said Kelly, 24. As David was working in an advertising firm, Kelly assumed he wanted to show her some fancy new advertisements. "I looked and was stunned. David's picture was on the board! And beside his picture, were the magic words 'Kelly Tan E Li, will you marry me?' "I was so shocked and could not speak for about 10 minutes. He finally smiled when I told him 'yes'," said Kelly. And the RM40,000 billboard was not the only surprise. Immediately after Kelly said yes, David pulled out a box and inside, was a sparkling diamond ring. "I cannot ask for a more memorable Valentine's Day. I really want to thank David for this unique proposal," said Kelly, a nail salon owner in Bangsar. David, 26, said he had planned this surprise for some time. He only wanted the best for Kelly. The accounts executive said he deliberately proposed on Valentine's Day so that they could remember this day with fondness in the future. "I work in an advertising company and am always thinking out of the box to come up with new concepts and ideas. I wanted my marriage proposal to be unique," said David. He added that luck was definitely on his side for him to be able to book one of the billboards along the LDP, which were highly in demand. "The fact that I managed to book one especially on Valentine's Day is so lucky. Hopefully, our marriage will be equally amazing," said David. The couple met at a friend's house during Chinese New Year three years ago and started dating six months later. David has already started planning for the wedding. It should be held sometime at the end of this year or early next year. "I cannot wait to marry Kelly. She is an amazing woman and she deserves all the attention I shower on her," he said.
  22. This poll is for the ladies. Lets say you are a high achiever and female. Would you accept a boyfriend or husband earning less than you? And, how much lower do you think your other half should make? There have been many cases of more qualified women settling for less qualified guys. I am also curious about how open people really are about the disparity in earnings, especially in a relationship. PS: Constructive comments pls. Percentage difference calculated based on salary difference between guy and gal divided by the gal's salary.