Durian

EX-DURIAN SELLER REVEALS DIRTY TRICKS OF THE TRADE, WARNS DURIAN LOVERS TO BE CAREFUL

I was a durian seller for more 30 years since 1960's. I am revealing some durian sellers dirty tricks & the quality of the durians.This year the durians are very expensive & hope readers will decide after reading it. never buy durian from display packaging pack why? becos the seller will assemble overnight or half spoilt durians into packaging pack & sell at fixed price. I did warn them Just try to eat Mao Shan Wang/D24/red prawns & others you can straight away feel the burning sensation at your throat during your sleep or next morning.This indicate the toxic chemical are working.

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MALAYSIAN LORRY BLOCKS CARPARK ENTRANCE TO UNLOAD DURIANS

I am writing in to complain about this lorry that blocks the way in to the carpark. The lorry driver thinks this is his grandfather's road!

Apparently, this happens all the time during the peak durian season. There will always be a Malaysian lorry parked beside the durian stall during specific times of the day, unloading their durian contents to be sold by the shop. And by parking there to d the unloading, this will take easily about half an hour. They effectively block the driveway for motorists to enter the carpark. So, in order to get into the carpark, motorists will have to drive in the opposite lane.

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YISHUN NEIGHBOUR-FROM-HELL FINALLY ARRESTED, FACES UP TO $1000 FINE ONLY

Congratulations to Yishun residents! The famous sunglass auntie who splashes her neighbour's house with oil, urine, salt etc has been arrested by the police. The neighbour from hell, Mdm Tan, was caught at Yishun Central last Saturday. Many residents have complained about her for the past 2 years. One of her neighbours even had to build a wall complete with cacti and durian shells to guard against her. Even then, she did not stop throwing random things at their houses, which caused the doors to rust and get damaged. She was arrested under the Public Order and Nuisance Act and may be fined up to $1000.

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YISHUN: MAN BUILDS WALL WITH DURIAN & CACTUS TO GUARD AGAINST CRAZY NEIGHBOUR

61 year old Mr Lee, who stays at Yishun Ring Rd Blk 112, has been tolerating his neighbour's outrageous behaviour for years and hopes the authorities can take action against her. She has been pouring oil, urine, salt, gravy etc at his unit almost everyday, causing his gate and bicycles to rust. Mr Lee had to resort to making a wall so that his neighbour will not step foot anywhere near his unit. Unfortunately, she still continued to pour oil near his door, which forced him to "upgrade" it with a taller wooden wall that is now fitted with pipes, durian shells and cactus plants. His major DIY project took him 5 hours to complete.

Now, his neighbour is unable to get within 5m near his unit but is still trying to pour stuff into his house. Mr Lee has had enough and hopes for relevant authorities to look into this issue.

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PRICES OF DURIANS NEXT TO GO UP

It seems like the China tourists to Malaysia have developed a love for Malaysian durian, so much so that they are buying the fruit at the Malaysians farms they visit, and the Malaysian farmers themselves exporting more of their harvest to China. With this competition from a relatively new market, what this means is that prices for durians has steadily increased.

Naturally, the Malaysian farmer will sell to the highest bidder, thus Singapore's share of the Malaysian durian market may be shrinking, with Malaysian suppliers selling more of the fruit to China. Now, durian lovers here might have to pay higher prices for the durian. Another price increase, and this time, China plays a part in it.

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DURIAN WAR BREAKS OUT IN CHONG PANG, DURIAN SELLS FOR 20 CENTS A FRUIT

A price war is raging between two durian stalls at Chong Pang City in Yishun. The stalls are just 10 metres apart and both are vying to be the durian kings of the area. Due to the competition, durians are going at a steal of as low as 20cents per fruit. Premium Mao Shan Wang (Cat Mountain King) durians are selling for just $16 per kilo.

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HOW TO DEAL WITH PUSHY GANGSTER DURIAN SELLERS IN GEYLANG

This "new kid on the block along Geylang lorong 13, situated opposite Ah hung D24 Sultan Durian Stall operated by some gangster that lacked manners and they don't keep true to their promises and claims. I walked pass the other day and one guy from that stall came up to me and said "Open, good you buy, no good I throw". So he picked one and open. It's not good. Sourish and wet. It taste more like spoilt cheese. I said no good. He tilted his head upwards, with eyes staring slantly at me, knife pointing at the durian and say rudely "Why no good? Why is it no good?".

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