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Re: Expats, do you think Singapore is that boring place?

Post by rhino » Tue, 01 Jan 2008 10:21 pm

celinedede wrote: Wahaha, Malaysians are considered expats?? :roll: You are foreign workers who flock to SG because the pay in MY is too low.Expats live in nice private housing. The Malaysians I met only rent a room within a HDB flat.

You are like most Malaysians working in SG. Always boosting about how MY is better than SG. MY QUESTION : If you think MY is that great, why are still in SG?? Why don't you pack your bag and go back to MY? I think you are such a waste of our space in SG.

Most Malaysians I met are crap. Not great performers at work but are great bootlickers. I think they speak worse English than SG people. "Wetgetables" instead of vegetables. You don't have to give me examples of high-flying msians. For 1 high-flyer, there are 100 crappy msians in SG. I wonder why do msians feel superior?

SG is boring??? Well, definitely not as boring as MY in my opinion. I won't be bothered to step into MY if it is not for business trips. <YAWN>Boring place. Just look at their fashion. PUKE!
Wow, registered just to send out that prejudiced vitriol Mr One Post? How pathetic to come here "property searching", yet finding time but to spew that diatribe.
celinedede wrote: Yes, I am Singaporean. I saw this forum when I was searching for my property. It does not mean you say SG people can't comment means I should obey.
Maybe he can't stop you, but if I was him I'd ignore your manic rantings for the purposes of his research.
celinedede wrote:I should tell these msians what is SG people 's opinion about them.I think you should not be in this forum at all, because Malaysians are NOT expats in my opinion, please do not upgrade yourself.
Nice own goal there hot shot. According to you only expats should be posting here, and you as a Singaporean, in err, Singapore, are not an expat right? So why is it that you're posting again?

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Re: Expats, do you think Singapore is that boring place?

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 01 Jan 2008 10:45 pm

celinedede wrote:
Wahaha, Malaysians are considered expats?? :roll: You are foreign workers who flock to SG because the pay in MY is too low.Expats live in nice private housing. The Malaysians I met only rent a room within a HDB flat.

I think you should not be in this forum at all, because Malaysians are NOT expats in my opinion, please do not upgrade yourself.
Frankly celinedede, you don't know shit from shinola. If you had bothered to study in school instead of sending stupid sms messages back and forth, you would have learned from the dictionary the meaning of the term expat or the proper term expatriate.

Guess what, all expatriates tend to go to different countries because we can make more money. It also the only things that keeps people like yourself from being up to your necks in trash as it is the expatriates from Bangladesh, India & Thailand that cleans up behind you, builds your building so you have a roof over your head and every thing else that you cannot do or won't do.

You have done a great disservice to other Singaporean who actually understand the difference. You would do well to just stay in the Kopi Tiam talking to KongKong as out here in the big world you are just making an ass out of yourself. I'd say it's time for you to grow up.
SOME PEOPLE TRY TO TURN BACK THEIR ODOMETERS. NOT ME. I WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW WHY I LOOK THIS WAY. I'VE TRAVELED A LONG WAY, AND SOME OF THE ROADS WEREN'T PAVED. ~ Will Rogers

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Re: Expats, do you think Singapore is that boring place?

Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 12:17 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:
celinedede wrote:
Frankly celinedede, you don't know shit from shinola. If you had bothered to study in school instead of sending stupid sms messages back and forth, you would have learned from the dictionary the meaning of the term expat or the proper term expatriate.

Guess what, all expatriates tend to go to different countries because we can make more money. It also the only things that keeps people like yourself from being up to your necks in trash as it is the expatriates from Bangladesh, India & Thailand that cleans up behind you, builds your building so you have a roof over your head and every thing else that you cannot do or won't do.

You have done a great disservice to other Singaporean who actually understand the difference. You would do well to just stay in the Kopi Tiam talking to KongKong as out here in the big world you are just making an ass out of yourself. I'd say it's time for you to grow up.
Are you a msian???

I think you should to sch and learn how to understand messages. I did not say I do not welcome people from Bangladesh, India or Thailand. I think you are the one who insulted them by saying they are in sg to clean up behind me when there are so many smart professional Indians in SG! And you associate Indians with cleaners. You should grow up!Tsk Tsk Tsk!

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Re: Expats, do you think Singapore is that boring place?

Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 12:25 am

rhino wrote:
celinedede wrote: Yes, I am Singaporean. I saw this forum when I was searching for my property. It does not mean you say SG people can't comment means I should obey.
Maybe he can't stop you, but if I was him I'd ignore your manic rantings for the purposes of his research.
celinedede wrote:I should tell these msians what is SG people 's opinion about them.I think you should not be in this forum at all, because Malaysians are NOT expats in my opinion, please do not upgrade yourself.
Nice own goal there hot shot. According to you only expats should be posting here, and you as a Singaporean, in err, Singapore, are not an expat right? So why is it that you're posting again?

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Yup, I should not be in this forum since I am local. But I can't help rebutting. It is like someone making unfair remarks about you and you keep quiet like a fool.

Note I do not have postings in other thread.

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Re: Expats, do you think Singapore is that boring place?

Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 12:37 am

celinedede wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:
Frankly celinedede, you don't know shit from shinola. If you had bothered to study in school instead of sending stupid sms messages back and forth, you would have learned from the dictionary the meaning of the term expat or the proper term expatriate.

Guess what, all expatriates tend to go to different countries because we can make more money. It also the only things that keeps people like yourself from being up to your necks in trash as it is the expatriates from Bangladesh, India & Thailand that cleans up behind you, builds your building so you have a roof over your head and every thing else that you cannot do or won't do.

You have done a great disservice to other Singaporean who actually understand the difference. You would do well to just stay in the Kopi Tiam talking to KongKong as out here in the big world you are just making an ass out of yourself. I'd say it's time for you to grow up.
Are you a msian???

I think you should to sch and learn how to understand messages. I did not say I do not welcome people from Bangladesh, India or Thailand. I think you are the one who insulted them by saying they are in sg to clean up behind me when there are so many smart professional Indians in SG! And you associate Indians with cleaners. You should grow up!Tsk Tsk Tsk!
Further to above posting, I just took a more detailed look at this website and realise something. It seems like the type of information and articles they have here in this website are catered to professional expats(not the same definition as the dictionary I guess :roll: ).

Sunnydaymorningstaple,I think you do not work in big multinational companies and that's why you don't see Indian professionals. You prolly hang out at coffeeshop ,that's why you only see Indian cleaners. And what's wrong with talking to Kongkong?

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Re: Expats, do you think Singapore is that boring place?

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 12:45 am

celinedede wrote: Sunnydaymorningstaple,I think you do not work in big multinational companies and that's why you don't see Indian professionals. You prolly hang out at coffeeshop ,that's why you only see Indian cleaners. And what's wrong with talking to Kongkong?
I'm sorry, I didn't know it only took lowly workers to build building, work in shipyards and so forth. I've recruited so many Indian Engineers over the years it would make you head swim. Why, because idiots like you don't want to work in the sun (even thought they are professional) Guess you never will be a professional anything. Expect for a professional whiner.
SOME PEOPLE TRY TO TURN BACK THEIR ODOMETERS. NOT ME. I WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW WHY I LOOK THIS WAY. I'VE TRAVELED A LONG WAY, AND SOME OF THE ROADS WEREN'T PAVED. ~ Will Rogers

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Re: Expats, do you think Singapore is that boring place?

Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 12:49 am

Frankly celinedede, you don't know shit from shinola. If you had bothered to study in school instead of sending stupid sms messages back and forth, you would have learned from the dictionary the meaning of the term expat or the proper term expatriate.

Guess what, all expatriates tend to go to different countries because we can make more money. It also the only things that keeps people like yourself from being up to your necks in trash as it is the expatriates from Bangladesh, India & Thailand that cleans up behind you, builds your building so you have a roof over your head and every thing else that you cannot do or won't do.

You have done a great disservice to other Singaporean who actually understand the difference. You would do well to just stay in the Kopi Tiam talking to KongKong as out here in the big world you are just making an ass out of yourself. I'd say it's time for you to grow up.
Btw, you sound like a stupid ah beng trying to act like an educated professional and advising me what I should be doing.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 12:55 am

You actually think I'm a local? Bwahahahaha! You need to do a wee bit more research in the threads. The more you post the more you show your lack of any kind of understanding whatsoever.
SOME PEOPLE TRY TO TURN BACK THEIR ODOMETERS. NOT ME. I WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW WHY I LOOK THIS WAY. I'VE TRAVELED A LONG WAY, AND SOME OF THE ROADS WEREN'T PAVED. ~ Will Rogers

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Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 1:01 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:
celinedede wrote: Sunnydaymorningstaple,I think you do not work in big multinational companies and that's why you don't see Indian professionals. You prolly hang out at coffeeshop ,that's why you only see Indian cleaners. And what's wrong with talking to Kongkong?
I'm sorry, I didn't know it only took lowly workers to build building, work in shipyards and so forth. I've recruited so many Indian Engineers over the years it would make you head swim. Why, because idiots like you don't want to work in the sun (even thought they are professional) Guess you never will be a professional anything. Expect for a professional whiner.
I do not know what on earth you are taking about. When did I insult your Indian engineers? Now you are insulting the indians again by saying they took up jobs that sg people do not want. All insults are coming from you now! All I said in my earlier postings was there are so many smart indian professionals in sg when YOU(NOT ME) associate them with cleaners! You told me to talk to Kongkong? Are you trying to say Kongkongs are low.


You say idiots like me? So did I ever reject a job offer from you? Hey, I am not an engineer you know and I do not work in shipyards. What are you talking about? Are you sure you manage people? Can't imagine someone who is supposed to have recruited people talks like this.

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Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 1:11 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:You actually think I'm a local? Bwahahahaha! You need to do a wee bit more research in the threads. The more you post the more you show your lack of any kind of understanding whatsoever.
When did I say you are a local? Wahahahaha. You are soooo dumb. All I say is you sound like an ah beng. Come on, tell us where are you from? Ah bengs do not have to be local. Again you jump to conclusion. You associate ah beng = locals. Like you associate indians = cleaners.

My english is not great. But I can tell you are NOT a native English speaker. Do research?? Wat kind of research ?? wahahahah!! Can't imagine they trust some one who talks like that to recruit people?

Look, I say I am local. Unlike some people who refuse to tell people where are they from. Ashamed of your country. Pathetic.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 1:16 am

celinedodo,

Please don't overtax the little though processes you have. You seem to have conveniently forgotten that it was you who came on here putting down Malaysians. What's the matter, did one take your job? I don't wonder. Oh, there is no way I would have ever interviewed someone like you for any job. Not as a cleaner (which there is no shame in by the way) not as an engineer. I'd take a Malaysian over your type anytime. At least they will do the job.
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Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 1:17 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:You actually think I'm a local? Bwahahahaha! You need to do a wee bit more research in the threads. The more you post the more you show your lack of any kind of understanding whatsoever.
I think I say in my previous posting. I am not an expat so I am actually not active in this forum. I just wanted to tell msians off so I make an exception and posted in this thread.

U really do not sound intelligent. (Shake head). Sound like a stupid ah beng trying to sound like a wise and smart pro. Tsk Tsk Tsk.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 1:20 am

Why do you want to tell Malaysians off?
SOME PEOPLE TRY TO TURN BACK THEIR ODOMETERS. NOT ME. I WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW WHY I LOOK THIS WAY. I'VE TRAVELED A LONG WAY, AND SOME OF THE ROADS WEREN'T PAVED. ~ Will Rogers

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Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 1:29 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:celinedodo,

Please don't overtax the little though processes you have. You seem to have conveniently forgotten that it was you who came on here putting down Malaysians. What's the matter, did one take your job? I don't wonder. Oh, there is no way I would have ever interviewed someone like you for any job. Not as a cleaner (which there is no shame in by the way) not as an engineer. I'd take a Malaysian over your type anytime. At least they will do the job.
There you go again, showing your stupidity. Boo boo boo.

You said earlier "people like do not want to do the job", thats why I ask you what do you mean? I rejected a job offer from you. You don't talk like a professional manager you know.

Wahahaha, again, how can you say you will not hire me for any job when I did not even indicate I want to work for you.I do not wish to work for a stupid manager like you.. Like I say, I can't believe anyone trust you to do recruitment.

Come on, you still have not told us where are you from? Since you say I should read other threads to find out who are you? Then you should be pretty active in this forum. Then some members of this website should be able to tell me where are you? My guess - MALAYSIA. Whahahah. You fit into the description of malaysia. Malaysian da buloh.

I wonder what kind of company you work for. A manager who writes like that. Whahahah.

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Re: Expats, do you think Singapore is that boring place?

Post by celinedede » Wed, 02 Jan 2008 1:33 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:
celinedede wrote: Sunnydaymorningstaple,I think you do not work in big multinational companies and that's why you don't see Indian professionals. You prolly hang out at coffeeshop ,that's why you only see Indian cleaners. And what's wrong with talking to Kongkong?
I'm sorry, I didn't know it only took lowly workers to build building, work in shipyards and so forth. I've recruited so many Indian Engineers over the years it would make you head swim. Why, because idiots like you don't want to work in the sun (even thought they are professional) Guess you never will be a professional anything. Expect for a professional whiner.
Wow. look who is whining. You sound like a bitter manager who has problems recruiting.

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