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Postby fumei » Wed, 03 Feb 2010 12:01 pm

I booked 8ppl for each slot.

14:00~
1) Frostinz (FB1)
2) Fumei (FB2)
3) Y(FB3)
4) luzette (FB5)
5) nakatago (FB9)
6) yenny.y (FB11)
7) N (FB13)
8) diodetas (FB12)


14:30~
1) krd671 (FB4)
2) adione(FB6)
3) vvranieri (FB7)
4) davidplato (FB8)
5) purezerg (FB10)
6) ranch
7) tchristee
8) Iresgmur (FB14)

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Postby nakatago » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 1:37 pm

Ok, for those of you who are using the Dating portion of singaporeexpats, you may want to read this: http://arstechnica.com/web/news/2010/01/cold-hard-dating-site-data-shows-success-of-myspace-angles.ars

Unofficial guidelines for your profile pic to increase attractiveness.

(Also, read the comments after the article. They're hilarious)

Data doesn't lie: "MySpace angles" are the best for hookups
By Jacqui Cheng

It's 2010 and online dating has become so ubiquitous that it's not only socially acceptable, it's practically the go-to when people decide it's time to meet someone new. One advantage to it all being on the Internet, though, is that we can discover what works—do people really respond to the things they claim are important to them? When it comes to profile pictures, it seems that everything most thinking adults assumed would be true is false—those awful "kissy face" pictures, the MySpace angles, phone-pics-in-the-mirror, and pics that don't even show your face are apparently quite effective in generating interest in the opposite sex.

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Postby mauvecloud » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 6:26 pm

but what is this apropos of?

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Postby nakatago » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 6:36 pm

mauvecloud wrote:but what is this apropos of?


uh, the thread name? :roll:

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Postby mauvecloud » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 6:41 pm

hahaha, we must work harder on frostingz!

personally i like "There May Be Cake"

or "There May Be Beer"

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Postby nakatago » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 7:34 pm

mauvecloud wrote:hahaha, we must work harder on frostingz!

personally i like "There May Be Cake"


But the cake is a li---nevermind :P

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Postby mauvecloud » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 8:02 pm

The Forest Adventure is prolly the last outing before (most) people go off for the lunar new year break.

We'll prolly resume late February or March, and I know now is a bit early, but just would like to bounce off ideas of what to do for the Year of Stripey!

1. We still haven't done the MacRitchie Forest Trail

http://visitsingapore.com/publish/stbpo ... tchie.html

If this is 'too soon' after Forest Adventure this Sunday, there are:

2. Karaoke - this will single out people who dont like to sing or dont like to hear others howl :D But we already have lots of people and perfect attendance every week aint necessary (we aint in school anymore and anyway the smartest kids i know had the worst attendance)

3. Cycling - any other place aside from ECP? Roller bladers welcome to hang on to the cyclists :D

4. The Singapore Flyer

http://www.singaporeflyer.com/

5. Redo Henderson Walk! With Marang Trail!

6. ...

Sorry for long post! Anyway these are just ideas to hopefully inspire people with more/better ideas. Feel free to add to list!

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 8:46 pm

mauvecloud wrote:.........we aint in school anymore and anyway the smartest kids i know had the worst attendance)


Doesn't say too much about the intelligence of the company you kept! :o :P

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Postby Resource Consumer » Sat, 06 Feb 2010 2:37 am

1. We still haven't done the MacRitchie Forest Trail

http://visitsingapore.com/publish/stbpo ... tchie.html

If this is 'too soon' after Forest Adventure this Sunday, there are:

2. Karaoke - this will single out people who dont like to sing or dont like to hear others howl But we already have lots of people and perfect attendance every week aint necessary (we aint in school anymore and anyway the smartest kids i know had the worst attendance)

3. Cycling - any other place aside from ECP? Roller bladers welcome to hang on to the cyclists

4. The Singapore Flyer

http://www.singaporeflyer.com/

5. Redo Henderson Walk! With Marang Trail!

6. Next friday 12 feb the riverhongbao starts www.riverhongbao.sg. Nibble on chinese new year tidbits and get ready to be squashed by the crowds.

7. After MUSE mayhem, Kitaro is coming to town ! I think it's on 9 march, not too sure but it's definitely in march, at the singapore indoor stadium.

8. diodetas will be leading a kota kinabalu expedition on good friday weekend. Yes !!!!!

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Postby frostingz » Sun, 07 Feb 2010 12:49 am

mauvecloud wrote:hahaha, we must work harder on frostingz!

personally i like "There May Be Cake"

or "There May Be Beer"


Work harder on me for what? :o

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Postby Walkersky » Sun, 07 Feb 2010 3:11 pm

I didn't find this site in time for today's event but will definitely come to the next event (work permitting). I am new in town and want to meet people :))

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Postby davidplato » Sun, 07 Feb 2010 9:38 pm

1. We still haven't done the MacRitchie Forest Trail

http://visitsingapore.com/publish/stbpo ... tchie.html

If this is 'too soon' after Forest Adventure this Sunday, there are:

2. Karaoke - this will single out people who dont like to sing or dont like to hear others howl But we already have lots of people and perfect attendance every week aint necessary (we aint in school anymore and anyway the smartest kids i know had the worst attendance)

3. Cycling - any other place aside from ECP? Roller bladers welcome to hang on to the cyclists

4. The Singapore Flyer

http://www.singaporeflyer.com/

5. Redo Henderson Walk! With Marang Trail!

6. Next friday 12 feb the riverhongbao starts www.riverhongbao.sg. Nibble on chinese new year tidbits and get ready to be squashed by the crowds.

7. After MUSE mayhem, Kitaro is coming to town ! I think it's on 9 march, not too sure but it's definitely in march, at the singapore indoor stadium.

8. diodetas will be leading a kota kinabalu expedition on good friday weekend. Yes !!!!!

9. how about doing some charity work? clean the beaches? serve the old and the poor? the handicap? i have been wanting to do this.. but dunno where to start.. :) :)
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Postby mauvecloud » Sun, 07 Feb 2010 9:50 pm

frostingz - we will discuss this (again) next time we see you :P

davidplato - there's a site for volunteer stuffs

http://www.nvpc.org.sg/Pgm/ematch/NVPC_ ... earch.aspx

I havent had much time to look at it tho...

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Postby davidplato » Wed, 10 Feb 2010 10:09 pm

mauvecloud wrote:frostingz - we will discuss this (again) next time we see you :P (I know what mauvecloud means, I kind of agree!! but not to forget about self hardwork too!) hmm.. Im so encouraging.. ha ha ha..
davidplato - there's a site for volunteer stuffs

http://www.nvpc.org.sg/Pgm/ematch/NVPC_ ... earch.aspx

Ive join in.. ive sign up for 18th of march 7.15pm. if anyone would like to join.. feel free!!

I havent had much time to look at it tho...
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Postby mauvecloud » Wed, 10 Feb 2010 11:53 pm

@davidplato: when and where and what sort (of voluntary job)?


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