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Diam diam rah kgks small ting nia mai jjww rike cags rah

 

Watch dis old aunty teacher jdrama kym 

 

ani one noe y she show the stressed face during lesson? wahaha

 

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1 hour ago, HarrisY said:

Diam diam rah kgks small ting nia mai jjww rike cags rah

 

Watch dis old aunty teacher jdrama kym 

 

ani one noe y she show the stressed face during lesson? wahaha

 

 

 

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jin kumgong

 

aunty teacher stressed becos she just been jabbed by wuhan-19 boaster shot gao gao.

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11 minutes ago, HarrisY said:

Jiak nasi lomak for lunch at dis bo lang dkg mall

 

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@socrates469bc here no nice aunty OL to beo one?

 

@The_King dis in quiet series?

 

2229.jpgwhu ever opened dis Hao mart in a bo lang mall ish even moar blainless dkg den our resident blainless dkgk @The_King wahaha

Ya in quiet series.

 

 

Non peak hours, this mall is good to have a meal and slowly enjoy

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4 minutes ago, The_King said:

i go there more then 50 times but, only go burger king once. most of the time, i nv eat. i just go cold storage buy pork kuncle then go home eat

 

Ky

 

Even the Burger King bo lang one wahaha jin kg sia

 

There got Cold Storage meh? Or up lolli liao

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7 minutes ago, HarrisY said:

Ky

 

Even the Burger King bo lang one wahaha jin kg sia

 

There got Cold Storage meh? Or up lolli liao

 

 

on the way home  then go to mall with CS then buy either then chicken or pork kuncle then go home eat

 

food court over price, i buy $4.90 black pepper chicken more worth it

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2 hours ago, HarrisY said:

Jiak nasi lomak for lunch at dis bo lang dkg mall

 

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@socrates469bc here no nice aunty OL to beo one?

 

@The_King dis in quiet series?

 

2229.jpgwhu ever opened dis Hao mart in a bo lang mall ish even moar blainless dkg den our resident blainless dkgk @The_King wahaha

 

 

that place can see alot of rich lonely tai tai go there do facial one pre-wuhan.

 

tiagong they like to look for young CAG art directors from the nearby theatre.

 

so kgk xdd just now go capitol to pretend CAG art director????? 

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14 hours ago, socrates469bc said:

 

 

that place can see alot of rich lonely tai tai go there do facial one pre-wuhan.

 

tiagong they like to look for young CAG art directors from the nearby theatre.

 

so kgk xdd just now go capitol to pretend CAG art director????? 

CAG see OL then his XDD will sing mari kita meh? CAG only want OM rah wahaha jin kg

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16 hours ago, The_King said:

i go there more then 50 times but, only go burger king once. most of the time, i nv eat. i just go cold storage buy pork kuncle then go home eat

 

Capitol is it?

That day i went there

Shalala lala la la ~ 🌠

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3 minutes ago, socrates469bc said:

 

kimbo mm go there lim shakey milkshake or liho teh?????

 

sometimes can see a nice uncle pretending to be professor of LKC school liming liming black truffle chocolate there one.

Was shopping nearby at RC n Suntec

Can see this type of uncle better

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2 hours ago, The_King said:

ya Capitol. usually nothing to buy cause it near chinatown

 

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6 minutes ago, Chestnut said:

Was shopping nearby at RC n Suntec

Can see this type of uncle better

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tiagong this type of uncle the best.

 

usually kimbo mm can see him at raffles city liming amdk kopi at the providore or liming craft beer at tap craft.

 

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5 minutes ago, socrates469bc said:

 

tiagong this type of uncle the best.

 

usually kimbo mm can see him at raffles city liming amdk kopi at the providore or liming craft beer at tap craft.

 

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This type bky for kimbo. U think all charbo like this typs meh. Very kg leh

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Shalala lala la la ~ 🌠

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5 hours ago, HarrisY said:

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Simpur ah png

 

kgk xdd bo atbpgd jiak, so have to jiak 3 treasures rice to ease his withdrawal symptoms.

 

glad to know that ur withdrawal symptoms r under control, kgk xdd.

 

just another 1.5 mths and kgk xdd shld be able to jiak atbpgd again.

 

so kgk xdd, jia you!!!!!

 

we will always mentally support u in ur times of need.

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10 hours ago, The_King said:

The new “lie flat” social protest movement seems to be catching on. It started among overworked Chinese factory workers burned out from grueling 12-hour, six-day work weeks, and the unrelenting pressure from the government and society to climb the economic ladder. So some Chinese millennials formed an underground movement to opt out of work and the pressures of society.

 

Never ones to miss a chance to cry “hardship,” upper-middle-class, well-educated young Americans are also getting in on the action, claiming they, too, are burned out and quitting their jobs to do nothing. What this trend will mean for China is unclear, but Americans who choose to lay down in lieu of work may end up worse off than they think.

It’s hard to know exactly how many Americans are lying flat. The labor market is behaving strangely. Quit rates are at their highest level in more than 20 years. Normally that would be welcome news because Americans have been changing jobs less frequently over the years, which was contributing to wage stagnation. Wages often increase when people change jobs. But the high quit rates could signal a less dynamic economy this time. Unemployment is high and many jobs are unfilled.

 
 

What’s even stranger are the many reports of burnout from people early in their career. High-power-track jobs like banking and law are scrambling to keep their young workers from quitting. According to a survey from the New York Fed from July, 2.3% of Americans under 45 are planning on leaving the labor force, compared to just 0.9% of Americans over 45. There was a time when ambition was admired; now opting out of a career garners 400,000 likes on Twitter.

Some labor economists speculate that many out-of-work Americans are taking their time to find new, better careers. They’ve been enabled by high unemployment benefits and stimulus payments that left them flush with savings and nowhere to spend it. There are also many anecdotal stories of Americans of all income and skill levels taking time to rethink their relationship to work. Not all are lying flat. Some are taking this time to learn new skills that will launch a better career with higher pay and upward mobility. Those people may come out of this labor market in a better place, but the ones who are opting out altogether suggests a worrying trend.

In some ways it’s surprising to see Americans rising up against the cult of work and disparaging the idea of a career that defines them. True, the pandemic forced people to reassess their lives, and the combination of work and childcare left many exhausted and demoralized. But, unlike Chinese factory workers, people in the developed world have never worked so little. One study estimates that between 1965 and 2003, American men gained an extra six to eight hours of leisure time a week; women gained four to eight. And since 2003, leisure time has increased further. 

 
 

Americans may feel overwhelmed, perhaps by modern technology or more family obligations, but they’re not actually working harder than previous generations. So why lie flat now? It could be that work is much less pleasant when you don’t get to socialize with colleagues. Or perhaps blurring the line between work and home this past year made work feel inescapable. Some realized hard work is not for them. But that choice is a luxury they may come to regret.

Many of the lie-flatters will probably return to work eventually; they will run out of money or get bored. But the length of their sabbatical will be important because the longer it goes on the more it will cost them. Historically, most of the pay increases you’ll experience in your career occur before age 45. The skill development and networking that happens in your 20s and 30s set up your career for life. Work is hard when you start out, but you reap the benefits for decades. That makes your 20s and 30s a terrible time to have a midlife crisis.

The economy is undergoing a big transition. Technology and globalization were changing the economy before the pandemic, and the aftermath will speed those trends up. This will create winners and losers among those who can embrace and benefit from the change. But it will be a messy and unpredictable process. One group that will certainty lose out is the people who opt out entirely.

This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.

Allison Schrager is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist. She is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of “An Economist Walks Into a Brothel: And Other Unexpected Places to Understand Risk.”

 

 

 

 


WERK ISH FOR DKGKS WAHAHA!

 

STAY TUNED, MY LOYAL KGK FOLLOWERS!

 

 

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