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Re: Review of 2015 in Singapore

Post by Primrose Hill » Tue, 22 Dec 2015 8:10 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:I always though that was abbreviated as ObGyn. Not O&G. Granted OnG is not the normal way I've always seen Oil & Gas abbreviated to either. :???:
I learn something new everyday :P

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Re: Review of 2015 in Singapore

Post by taxico » Tue, 22 Dec 2015 10:50 pm

JR8 wrote:I de-camped SG for the 3rd and likely final time. Still haven't quite made it back 'ome yet, but we're headed in the right direction :) I was going to say there isn't much I miss (mother-in-laws cooking excepted), but then it's just started snowing, and I'm having a 'why oh why' interlude...
you may have mentioned this elsewhere (news to me here)... why likely the final time?
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Re: Review of 2015 in Singapore

Post by JR8 » Tue, 22 Dec 2015 11:37 pm

My 1st posting was my choice, my career. The 2nd/3rd were because coincidentally I later married a SGn and hence were then done as I was the trailing-spouse, in the intervals between her postings ex-SIN.
I think there comes a point the global-roving starts to grate, landlords ripping you off, removers stealing stuff etc., and after 20/+ years it can become less of a fun adventure, for me the balance is tipping. Your elder relatives back home have a greater call on you, and so on, and SG is a very looong way away from my home. That's unless you decide to settle down in SG or similar and realise you have discovered your longer-term home there of course.
I never expected to return to SG the 2nd time, never mind 3rd, so I always keep in mind to never say never. So we'll see... :)
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Re: Review of 2015 in Singapore

Post by chris_pilgrim » Fri, 25 Dec 2015 10:45 pm

review of 2015 in SG?... hmmm ... I am proud to say I have finally mastered the use of "lah" "meh" "mah" and "hor" :lol: ..

sadly though, my contract is up and i am leaving for home in early Jan...
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Re: RE: Re: Review of 2015 in Singapore

Post by Wd40 » Fri, 25 Dec 2015 10:56 pm

chris_pilgrim wrote:review of 2015 in SG?... hmmm ... I am proud to say I have finally mastered the use of "lah" "meh" "mah" and "hor" Image ..

sadly though, my contract is up and i am leaving for home in early Jan...
Not trying for other opportunities, here?

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Re: RE: Re: Review of 2015 in Singapore

Post by chris_pilgrim » Fri, 25 Dec 2015 11:08 pm

Wd40 wrote:Not trying for other opportunities, here?
not at the moment. perhaps in SG53 :wink:
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