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You live your life, you go in shadow You'll come upon and you'll go black Some kind of night into your darkness Close your eyes with what's not there It has been weeks since your warm body last pressed up against mine, I didn't know it would be the last time. The nights of reckless abandon as we sneaked into my bedroom and made love to the xx, falling asleep intertwined. The times you jumped into hiding at the faintest tinkling of keys, the closet being your favourite spot. We went on a wild one, it was constricting yet liberating at...
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Financial management is a crucial skill that everyone should posses, for it is necessary for everyone to get by, be it whether they are rich or poor. My main focus for this article about financial management is a "Money Mask" that many people choose to put on.   What Is A Money Mask? In my opinion, a money mask is a false impression of one's financial state in which one feels that one can get by safely and comfortably based on their current financial state as they have a good income and need not worry too much about spending and debts....
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Greetings Fellow Gamers and Non-Gamers Alike Hear ye hear ye! A new contender has entered the complex moral landscape of journalism, except this particular context hasn't been touched on.... much- but before we get on to the subject, let me introduce myself. My name is Nicholas, Nicholas Tang. *Lights up my virtual cigar of awesomeness*- my Internet name however, is Sardisticmeow. There is a reason for such a ridiculous sounding nickname of magnanimous degree, which I will now copy+paste what I wrote a few weeks back to some weird website because I am a lazy space alien bas-tard."It started out with...
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Candy Crush Phenomenon   If you travel in public transport and you pay attention to what your fellow travelers are doing on their smart phones or tablets, you may have noticed many of them are playing a game called "Candy Crush".   Just the other day, I entered the MRT with my colleague. I told him to look to his left and then to his right. He was playing Candy Crush himself so he just took a cursory look and then he asked me what I wanted him to look at. I told him that the two persons besides him were also playing...
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A few nights ago, when we were coming home, I noticed a guy loitering around the lift lobby. My children and I did not think much of it and happily went over to press the lift button and waited for the lift. When I turned back and looked at the guy, he quickly took out his handphone and started making a call.   When the lift arrived, the guy stopped talking on the phone and followed my family into the lift. He pressed one level above the level we pressed. When we got out of the lift, my children happily filed...
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Singapore does not exactly have the most gracious society in the world, and in fact many Singaporeans can be quite temperamental and can flare up over the smallest issue. Having a conflict with a stranger in Singapore is not that rare, and it is definitely very different from that in other countries, for the reasons that Singaporeans can be way more unreasonable and even aggressive than the people of many other countries. Be it whether you live here or are visiting Singapore as a tourist, these are some useful tips on managing a conflict with a stranger to prevent it from...
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Yes, it's a little bit late, but I've been panicking.    http://www.moe.gov.sg/media/press/2013/02/release-of-2012-gce-a-level-examination-results.php :   1The results of the 2012 Singapore-Cambridge GCE Advanced Level Examination will be released on Friday, 1 March 2013. 2School candidates can collect their result slips from their respective schools from 2.30 pm on 1 March 2013. 3Private candidates will receive their results by post. Private candidates can also access their results through the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board website (http://www.seab.gov.sg) from 2.30 pm on 1 March 2013.   Yup this basically describes what I'm feeling. To all those awaiting their A Level results, it's 4 MORE (LONG)...
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This guy jumps into a cactus with no clothes on (well, except shorts and boxing gloves). GORE ALERT. PROFANITY ALERT. ...
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I have always wondered how sheltered I am from the 'real world' on a scale of 1 to 10. Growing up in Singapore, most of us have things fed to us on a silver spoon. We never really have to worry about whether we're going to have food on the table, and most of us have parents who would do anything to give us the best of everything. I once heard someone say "Strict parents produce sneaky children", and I might have to say that that is true in my case. I've grown up comfortably in a bungalow house and several...
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Few years ago, I was watching a TV series "Flash Forward". The series talked about a black out event that happened world wide and during this black out, everyone got to see a short interval of their future 6 months later. The characters in the series were then affected by the different futures that they saw. For those that see good future, they become very positive. There was a female police officer that did not see anything in her flash forward, she was killed in a police operation, so that's why there was no future for her to see. Some people...
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