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4 REASON WHY S’POREANS ARE JUST NOT READY TO GET MARRIED

We hooked up with local dating app Paktor to find out what’s keeping Singaporeans from tying the knot, and how they plan to spend for their big day. Together, we created a survey and reached out to 544 Singaporeans aged 18 years and older, with a near even split between genders (45% women and 55% men). Here’s what we discovered:

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DO WE EXPECT TOO MUCH FROM ORDINARY SINGAPOREANS?

"But when a Minister falls sick, these same people say our Ministers work too hard and we expect too much of them! When all these while, it is the Ministers themselves who say that we must expect the highest standards from any elected official. Remarkable. Minister Heng is one of the nicest persons around, and we all wish well for him and his family. And i do not deny at all that our ministers do work extremely hard. What we do not need to do, however, is have different standards for the elites and commoners. One cannot express sympathy for well-paid public officials' long hours, and at the same time do not bother about a security guard's schedule, and not appear hypocritical."

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MUST BE PAP VOTERS: PEOPLE DUNNO HOW TO PRESS BUTTON FOR TRAFFIC LIGHT

Was crossing a road in front of Tampines Mall. The traffic light on my side was blocked by some roadworks barriers. More people were gathering; the crowd was bulging over the kerb. Just across from us was another crowd. Two women were standing near the traffic light. They looked dazed, as if they had spent their teenage years abused by assessment books. They watched us, blinking in curiosity. An auntie on my side couldn't take it anymore and shouted across, 'can someone please press the traffic light?' A man beside Auntie chimed up, loudly. We all heard him: "Finally someone press. The rest got brain but don't know how to use. Must be the 70%."

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INDIAN FTS KANA HAMMERED BY S’PORE CONDO OWNERS

Indians have bought abt 40% of Mandarin Gardens apts and have become arrogant in the condo. At last year's AGM, all Singaporeans didnt want to stand for Management Council positions, leaving it to foreigners to take control. Eight indians were voted in with one American and one Briton in the MC.

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