muratkorman wrote:I always felt that my reason of coming here to Singapore as "Validation Engineer" wasn't for a pharmaceutical plant project. Thanks to you, ladies and gentlemen, I know what I have to do. I will include SPG validation in my resume
Oh, you mean tai-tai's then. Or the aunties who go to the UK on a 4d5n tour and come back with a UK accentfitcher wrote:I know ita modern times and u can do what u want but pretentious, superficial people still exists in this world
Got a caucasian boyfriend do you?!? Sure sounds like it.Elena1228 wrote:This is interesting, I think the term SPG is more relevant 10 years ago then now. Sarong PArty Gal, why sarong? Because it is easily accessible. So generally it is referring to a girl who is quite loose. Party - Coz its the easiest place to hook up with caucasians. Thus the term sarong party girl. Those were the days when there still aint that many expats working in town. In today's context, you see caucasians everywhere. In the Mrt, on the bus, in the hawker centre, hdb flats, heartlands......the truth is there is a very high chance to catch a local girl together with a caucasian now. Caucasians no longer enjoy the 'status' they once had years ago. Caucasian is just a normal working adult living in SG. So what if a girl is seen together with one? Think SPG shd be a term of the past.
They don't? Where have you been hiding? They've been called Ang Moh for ages and don't give me the bull that it's just a figure of speech because I've been here too long and also tend to understand tone of voice as well. Also, as "I" also have a local wife (spg? NOT) and have been married for 24 years here I know quite a bit of what is real and what is BS.instead of labelling the the girls as SPGs why not label the caucasian guys who are dating them?? it takes 2 hands to clap...
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