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WORM FOUND IN BRINJAL FROM YONG TAU FU STALL AT RAFFLES CITY FOOD COURT

Seems like nowadays more and more people are finding worms in their food. Just last month some worms and maggots were found in a MacDonald's breakfast set and McSpicy burger, and this afternoon, another Stomper found a worm in his brinjal bought from the Yong Tau Fu stall at the Raffles City food court today. When the stall was alerted to the worm, they only refunded the price of the brinjal - $0.70. The Stomper advices all vegetable lovers to be cautious while eating, as the brinjal looked perfectly fine on the outside.

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TAKAGI RAMEN: DELICIOUS RAMEN WITHOUT BURNING A HOLE IN YOUR POCKET

Took half day leave to try Takagi Ramen's Chashu-men at LKY School of Public Policy. I asked for extra noodle which is free to full my stomach so I got to sacrifice the dumpling and try it for the next visit. Soup is the soul of every ramen. So naturally my first move is to take a big sip and the first thing in my mind is...wow, they add plenty of ikan bilis for long hours of boiling!

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EVOLUTION OF SUN HO’S HORSE FACE TO PLASTIC FACE?

Today, the courts have finally delivered the guilty verdict to the 6 CHC leaders for breaking the 8th commandment. But during the trial that spanned 2 long years, did Sun Ho undergo plastic surgery to alter her face? Look at the evolution of her face and judge for yourself!

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GHOST SIGHTINGS IN SINGAPORE

Singaporeans are not spared from supernatural encounters. Although our tiny nation state is highly urbanised, friends & creatures from the other dimensions make occasional appearances to remind us that we are not alone and they deserve the due respect as well.

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SOME TABOOS TO WATCH OUT FOR IN THE CHINESE GHOST MONTH

In Singapore, the Ghost month falls on the 7th month of the lunar year, which starts on 27 July 2014 for one full lunar month. During this month the gates of hell are opened to free the hungry ghosts who then wander to seek food on Earth. Some even think that the ghosts would seek revenge on those who had wronged them in their lives. The reason why the Chinese celebrate this festival is to remember their dead family members and pay tribute to them. They also feel that offering food to the deceased appeases them and wards off bad luck.

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THE ONLY DURIAN GUIDE YOU EVER NEED THIS DURIAN SEASON

Durian insiders say that this year's harvest is twice as abundant and prices have dropped to a new low! With quality fruits going for cheap are you ready to feast? But before you run to the nearest durian seller, why not first check out this definitive Durian guide to experience what the different magical types of durians have to offer. This way, you know what you are paying for. Happy feasting but watch your calories... if you can resist

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ONLINE BUZZ AS PRETTY NTU STUDENT PUTS HER SEXY LINGERIE UP FOR SALE

Netizens are going amok after a pretty NTU student posted a carousell advertise selling her used panties and lingerie. Although she did not reveal her face, she did take some super flattering pictures of her pre-loved clothes and herself. Some men have since pretended to meet up on the pretext of buying her products but ended up flying her aeroplane.

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