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How to Make Your Vagina Smell & Taste Delicious

Ok girls, let's talk about the taste and scent of the vagina. Women have pretty unique vaginal bacterial fingerprints rendering distinctive unique tastes. Ask any man what a vagina tastes like and you would get a whole range of answers from salty to bitter, sexy to fishy.

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POLICEMAN JAILED 14 MONTHS FOR RECEIVING SEXUAL BRIBES FROM INDON MAID

A police staff sergeant was jailed for 14 months on Tuesday after receiving sexual favours from from a maid arrested for stealing from her employers. Parthivan Ramaya, 34, admitted three of four charges of corruptly obtaining bribes in the form of physical intimacy and sex from Ms Dwi Sulistiani. In exchange, he recommended lenient treatment for the 25-year-old Indonesian.

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WHAT MAKES NON-GRADUATES VALUABLE?

This nonsense has to stop, and the public service is clearly a large part of the problem. Promises are easy to make, but if the public service hasn’t already solved this travesty by now, I don’t fancy their odds in the next couple of years.

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WARNING: NEW FACEBOOK GIFT SCAM ON THE LOOSE

There is a new scam on Facebook offering free Nike vouchers that is meant to hijack Facebook accounts and spread malware by redirecting users to malicious websites. Take note that there is no such giveaway from Nike and this will compromise the user’s Facebook account and computers. Once compromised, the hijacked Facebook account will be used to further spread the spam post. If you see the following or similar in your news feed, your friend(s) accounts may be compromised and you may wish to notify them:

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YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES: 14-YEAR OLD SINGAPOREAN MARTINA LINDSAY VELOSO WON SILVER IN AIR RIFLE EVENT

Singapore's Martina Lindsay Veloso has won the country's first medal at the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games. The 14-year-old Singapore Sports School student took the silver in the girls' 10m air rifle event at the Fangshan Shooting Hall on Tuesday morning. Her score of 207.2 was just behind Switzerland's Sarah Hornung's winning effort of 207.8. Germany's Julia Budde took the bronze with a score of 186.3.

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ARTHUR & PAUL: FIRST MEN-ONLY HOTEL IN PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA

Our rooms bare the names of the most famous and glamorous gay personalities and gay couples: Jules and Jim, Yves and Pierre, Pierre and Gilles, Kola Botom, Mika, Stefano and Domenico, Ricky and Carlos, Jean and Jean, Tom and Richard, Elton and David. That should give you a head start to unleash your most wild fantasies. You will be welcomed, pampered and massaged by a staff exclusively composed of boys, providing highest quality service to the greatest degrees of elegance and discretion.

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LAMBORGHINI CRASHES INTO TREE NEAR NATIONAL LIBRARY, 300M AWAY FROM 2012 DEADLY FERRARI CRASH

A Lamborghini crashed into a tree in the early hours of Friday (Aug 15) near the National Library on Victoria Street. This happened in the vicinity of the fatal Ferrari crash two years ago, just 300m away from the 2012 accident that claimed three lives. According to Lianhe Wanbao, it is believed that the driver lost control and rammed into the tree, destroying the entire front of the luxury sports car.

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PAP MP INDERJIT SINGH CRITICISES SAF PROMOTION POLICIES

Joo Chiat MP Charles Chong, a diploma holder who rose through the ranks in the private sector, said that with more Singaporeans getting a tertiary education, a mindset change “should have taken place a long time ago”. Ang Mo Kio GRC MP Inderjit Singh said the Public Service’s emphasis on academic results is deeply entrenched. He cited the example of the uniformed services, pointing out that he had seen many good commanders who were replaced by returning scholars. “I’ve seen scholars who are poor ground commanders and yet they get promoted,” he said.

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FOREIGN WORKER LOSES APPEAL AGAINST LIFE SENTENCE FOR MURDER

A Bangladeshi construction worker, who was convicted of murder, had escaped the hangman’s noose — but he still wanted to appeal against the sentence, which will see him being locked away behind bars for life. However, the court, led by Judge of Appeal Andrew Phang, dismissed Kamrul’s appeal, saying that his sentence could not be reduced as it was the “minimum” punishment for his charge.

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