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  1. If you get the license, @kokleong and I can make the online part happen for you too. @invis sales, @chamfer and @classyNfabulous dealers, @The_Kingpit boss, @Standing Birdy @[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected] will be Shills Anyone I accidentally miss or want to change position one, please come report below.
    8 points
  2. Thankiews everybody for the reactions given, until i got reaction
    7 points
  3. If 华仔 last full term, limpeh treat everyone here jiak buffet...
    6 points
  4. Probably award ceremony aircon super powerful she beri cold, probably her nipples also protruded.
    6 points
  5. She got the boobs lar.. just that maybe when she sit down or something it moved... so become like this lor..
    6 points
  6. Lai ah lai ah..... our master is giving out chicken wing. Better be thankful ok.....
    6 points
  7. Objectively, they are not wrong. Her stylist should have padded her chest to bring out the lines of the bustier, failing to do so is bad for the image of the brand. Lots of top international models are airports, their stylist makes adjustments to bring out the best sides of the clothing they are modeling.
    6 points
  8. now use phone take 1 photo, will need a few disks to save.
    6 points
  9. 6 points
  10. You guys missed the "point"! Its not about the output! Its about SME gaming the system and kgkg sinkies! This is how the sme boss game the innovation grants! Gets grants and charge sinkies more for gimmick drinks so can charge more! Double bonus! Songboh!
    6 points
  11. socrates469bc anyhow one la I dont even know kgk in person
    6 points
  12. Kgk say he is emose weekend is coming. Need to be ahmad for tomy stark. Cannot wait for monday to be dskk and meet up with his chinnie atb.
    6 points
  13. ya.... that irritating BTSS who wants to chat with every one and cant stop talking... sometimes u just need 5 mins alone... and he don't allow that.
    5 points
  14. what the fuck board bus sweaty as fuck then squeeze with others?
    5 points
  15. I just realized that we're about to spent 2 pages discussing something that's not there.
    5 points
  16. Stylists don't like big papayas, it's easy to pad up but damn hard to tape down, all those international fashion look like
    5 points
  17. @ManOfTheHour @noobmaster @classyNfabulous @CannotTahanLiao @HarrisY1
    5 points
  18. Having to go to the southern city of Kaohsiung, I had to take a taxi to the Taoyuan High Speed Train Station to catch a train to Zuoying Station in Kaohsiung. At the Zuoying station - bought a burger to go Then it up the train My late lunch Burger Great packaging for burger will not dirty hands Another great packaging for fried chicken
    5 points
  19. @noobmaster @CannotTahanLiao @ExTreMisTxxx @classyNfabulous
    5 points
  20. lai come gxgx me, im a dedicated person
    5 points
  21. I have really aged a lot. Almost 300 yrs old liao
    5 points
  22. THE government does not price new Housing and Development Board (HDB) flats to recover the cost of land and construction, but it will not be “helpful or meaningful” to provide a breakdown of their total development cost, said Second Minister for Finance and National Development Indranee Rajah in response to a parliamentary question on Monday (Nov 7). Workers’ Party chief and Leader of the Opposition Pritam Singh had asked if the HDB would give such a breakdown for new flats, as well as the value of subsidies applied to the assessed market price of these flats. This was in reference to a correction direction issued last month under the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act, regarding former GIC chief economist Yeoh Lam Keong’s social media posts about the HDB’s deficit and Singapore’s past reserves. In a statement, the Ministry of National Development said then that the posts falsely conveyed that HDB will not incur a loss of about S$270 million from build-to-order (BTO) project Central Weave @ AMK, and that the government is free to sell state land at nominal or much lower cost than its fair market value. On Monday, Indranee did not immediately respond to Singh’s question on the figures, but said that HDB does not profit from the sale of new flats, which are priced “significantly below market value using generous subsidies to ensure they are affordable to all Singaporeans”. She added that HDB’s recent annual report, released on Oct 31, showed that the total amount collected from the sale of flats is less than the cost of HDB’s building programme and the amount of housing grants disbursed each year. “As a result, HDB incurs a net deficit in the development and sale of new flats,” she said. In the financial years of 2021 and 2022, HDB posted a net deficit of S$4.4 billion, a record high and almost double that of the previous financial year. The deficit from its home ownership programme alone amounted to S$3.9 billion. When Singh pressed for a breakdown of HDB’s development costs, Indranee said that affordability is what matters to buyers, and BTOs are sold below market value. A breakdown of costs for all new flats “is not meaningful” as prices vary across areas, she said. Singh later asked why the HDB does not disclose the house price to income ratio – a measure of affordability – for BTO flats in mature estates. The HDB earlier said that the current house price to income ratio for new flats in non-mature estates is less than five times. Indranee requested that Singh file a separate question on the matter. Earlier, replying to a separate question by Progress Singapore Party Non-Constituency MP Leong Mun Wai, Indranee emphasised that “the government does not profit from the sale of state land developed into public housing”. Rather, HDB purchases the land from the government at a “fair market value” to prevent Singapore’s past reserves from being depleted, she said. All state land forms part of Singapore’s reserves, and when sold, the physical asset is converted into a financial asset for further investment by the government, she said. The land reverts to the government once its lease expires, with the earlier financial proceeds used to “make up for the state’s loss of the use of the land for 99 years, not for the state giving up the land forever”.
    5 points
  23. I know some low ses jhb behaving like chimpanzee might cause floppy dicks, except maybe for @meng.huat’s
    5 points
  24. 5 points
  25. SINGAPORE — Whether voters give the People’s Action Party (PAP) a strong or weak mandate makes a crucial difference, said its secretary-general, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, on Sunday (Nov 6). With a strong mandate, the Government will be able to act strongly and decisively, he added. “In stable times, this enables the Government to implement measures that may require sacrifice but will improve people’s lives in the longer term. “And during turbulent periods, the Government will have the confidence and the backing to make the tough calls, and steer Singapore safely through ups and downs.” Mr Lee was speaking at the biennial PAP conference at the Resorts World Sentosa Convention Centre where cadre members met to elect the party's central executive committee (CEC) — its top decision making body. He pointed to the measures that had to be implemented during the Covid-19 pandemic, such as the circuit breaker and heightened alerts, as examples of such calls. “Imagine if in 2020, the PAP had been re-elected narrowly, at 51-49, we would still have formed the government (and) we would still have governed Singapore to the best of our ability, but we would have lost many good MPs and capable ministers. “The leadership team would have been considerably weakened.” Mr Lee said that after many years of the PAP being in power, there is a growing psychology among Singaporeans who want the PAP to continue governing Singapore but also have more opposition MPs elected to keep the Government on its toes. So they vote for the Opposition, fully expecting that the PAP will still be returned to power and can function as effectively regardless of whether it receives strong or weak support at the polls, he added. "Unfortunately, we cannot have it both ways," said Mr Lee. He added that the stakes get higher with each election. “Each time the PAP comes back to power, every year the PAP keeps Singapore running smoothly, that sense of danger diminishes a little bit more. “At the same time, the more constituencies are hotly contested, the more seats the Opposition wins, the more the General Election becomes a decision on which party will form Singapore’s next government,” he said. This is why the PAP needs to continue to become the clear choice for voters, said Mr Lee. For this to happen, he added, party members must put across its political message by crystallising what policies mean for Singaporeans when they make and implement them, among others. Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong, who also gave a speech at the conference, said that earning the trust and support of Singaporeans is the work of not just the people in Government but all Members of Parliament as well as party activists. Noting that more Singaporeans, especially the young, are getting their news and views online, Mr Wong said the party must continue to meet Singaporeans where they are. He also noted that the audience on online platforms is evolving and that different generations are on different platforms. “So we must have activists belonging to every generation, and we must be active across all platforms, to win the battle for hearts and minds everywhere.” Building the party’s online presence and capabilities is crucial, said Mr Wong, adding that it will determine the future of the party and Singapore. “I have no doubt that the political contest ahead will intensify and will only get more challenging with time. We have to brace and strengthen ourselves for tougher and more uncertain elections.” Speaking to reporters after Mr Wong's speech, Ms Nadia Ahmad Samdin of Ang Mo Kio Group Representation Constituency (GRC) said something that "struck her" was Mr Wong's point about the importance of meeting people where they are. "That may be both online to engage a different generation of voters as well as offline on the ground where we have already been doing a lot of hard work," she said. Ms Nadia added: "I think we are cognisant that we may not be able to be everything to everyone, but it really is about championing different interests and hearing different views of Singaporeans," she said. Mr Xie Yao Quan of Jurong GRC also noted that Singaporeans are on different social media platforms while others do not use them at all. "So we have to engage across all channels, both offline, online and across different channels and we just have to find ways to do that better and to reach out to as many Singaporeans as possible," he said.
    5 points
  26. pls la. NK mods have ALWAYS been emotional keyboard warriors act like follow the rules but so many arbitrary ban/pban decisions. Jokers united. Get real get out better.
    5 points
  27. Transfer all chiur mei you ban fa gifs to this place
    5 points
  28. why world biggest dkgk missing? tio cyberbully?
    5 points
  29. i never see anyone so happy posting losses before scared the whole world dunno
    5 points
  30. last world cup i won few thousands during first two weeks. Lost it all by the final. Only made $9 at the end lol
    5 points
  31. kumgong pappy serf @Londonchocolateroll, do u know iron head kung fu??????
    5 points
  32. He kana cyber bully by @socrates469bc lah wahahaha
    5 points
  33. @ManOfTheHour @ExTreMisTxxx @CannotTahanLiao @classyNfabulous @canot_lidat_lah
    4 points
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