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Foreigners Why Do You Have to Come to Singapore?

Postby sp4hsc1 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 4:47 pm

Seriously, what make you come here? Did anyone force you to come or anything? I wish to know.

Cause I am someone who is xenophobic.

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Postby sp4hsc1 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:18 pm

So thats the reason why you are here......IC......

You abandoned your home country.......
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Postby BillyB » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:20 pm

[quote="sp4hsc1"
So thats the reason why you are here......IC......[/quote]

Intelligent reply. Do you have problems with social interaction? Or are you just racist?

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Postby sp4hsc1 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:22 pm

BillyB wrote:
sp4hsc1 wrote:
So thats the reason why you are here......IC......


Intelligent reply. Do you have problems with social interaction? Or are you just racist?


No I don't. Perhaps you have problems? Since I do not expect you to understand local language and culture...

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Postby JR8 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:34 pm

'...IC...'

Local language issit?

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Postby BillyB » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:37 pm

Good one - the Country is in safe hands with people like you around. Berating expats when you can hide behind a web page - mainly because you're too scared to say it peoples faces makes you spineless.

I speak fluent Hokkein, semi-fluent Cantonese and a little Mandarin - does that still make me uncultured and ignorant to the local language?

You're making yourself look like a complete twat so carry on please.......it's funny how you little angry people crawl out from your rock every so often to vent your anger towards us foreigners. You cannot see the wood for the tree's can you?

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Postby sp4hsc1 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:40 pm

JR8 wrote:'...IC...'

Local language issit?


Well, it depends on how you interpret it.

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Postby sp4hsc1 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:46 pm

BillyB wrote:Good one - the Country is in safe hands with people like you around. Berating expats when you can hide behind a web page - mainly because you're too scared to say it peoples faces makes you spineless.

I speak fluent Hokkein, semi-fluent Cantonese and a little Mandarin - does that still make me uncultured and ignorant to the local language?

You're making yourself look like a complete twat so carry on please.......it's funny how you little angry people crawl out from your rock every so often to vent your anger towards us foreigners. You cannot see the wood for the tree's can you?


twat is not local language..... You ought to learn something local......

Btw, is staying in where you belong so difficult?

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Postby BillyB » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:50 pm

sp4hsc1 wrote:
BillyB wrote:Good one - the Country is in safe hands with people like you around. Berating expats when you can hide behind a web page - mainly because you're too scared to say it peoples faces makes you spineless.

I speak fluent Hokkein, semi-fluent Cantonese and a little Mandarin - does that still make me uncultured and ignorant to the local language?

You're making yourself look like a complete twat so carry on please.......it's funny how you little angry people crawl out from your rock every so often to vent your anger towards us foreigners. You cannot see the wood for the tree's can you?


twat is not local language..... You ought to learn something local......


But this is an expat forum......

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Postby BillyB » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 5:53 pm

sp4hsc1 wrote:
BillyB wrote:Good one - the Country is in safe hands with people like you around. Berating expats when you can hide behind a web page - mainly because you're too scared to say it peoples faces makes you spineless.

I speak fluent Hokkein, semi-fluent Cantonese and a little Mandarin - does that still make me uncultured and ignorant to the local language?

You're making yourself look like a complete twat so carry on please.......it's funny how you little angry people crawl out from your rock every so often to vent your anger towards us foreigners. You cannot see the wood for the tree's can you?


twat is not local language..... You ought to learn something local......

Btw, is staying in where you belong so difficult?


Where do I belong? Supply and demand old boy.......

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Postby sp4hsc1 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 6:05 pm

BillyB wrote:
sp4hsc1 wrote:
BillyB wrote:Good one - the Country is in safe hands with people like you around. Berating expats when you can hide behind a web page - mainly because you're too scared to say it peoples faces makes you spineless.

I speak fluent Hokkein, semi-fluent Cantonese and a little Mandarin - does that still make me uncultured and ignorant to the local language?

You're making yourself look like a complete twat so carry on please.......it's funny how you little angry people crawl out from your rock every so often to vent your anger towards us foreigners. You cannot see the wood for the tree's can you?


twat is not local language..... You ought to learn something local......

Btw, is staying in where you belong so difficult?


Where do I belong? Supply and demand old boy.......


Lol.. ok I understand.

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Re: Foreigners Why Do You Have to Come to Singapore?

Postby JayCee » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 6:08 pm

sp4hsc1 wrote:Seriously, what make you come here? Did anyone force you to come or anything? I wish to know.

Cause I am someone who is xenophobic.


I came here to sh*g your women, take your jobs, and laugh at your culture.

Happy?

:roll:

One thing you should remember is that if no foreigners come to Singapore the McDonalds in terminal 2 will close down and you'll be out of a job.
I HAVE MASTERS!

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Re: Foreigners Why Do You Have to Come to Singapore?

Postby sp4hsc1 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 6:15 pm

JayCee wrote:
sp4hsc1 wrote:Seriously, what make you come here? Did anyone force you to come or anything? I wish to know.

Cause I am someone who is xenophobic.


I came here to sh*g your women, take your jobs, and laugh at your culture.

Happy?

:roll:

One thing you should remember is that if no foreigners come to Singapore the McDonalds in terminal 2 will close down and you'll be out of a job.


Lol.... sure you are welcome to patronise the Mcdonalds here.

Poor souls abandoning your homeland to go elsewhere.... Its sure tough.

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Re: Foreigners Why Do You Have to Come to Singapore?

Postby JR8 » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 6:18 pm

sp4hsc1 wrote:Seriously, what make you come here? Did anyone force you to come or anything? I wish to know.

Cause I am someone who is xenophobic.


First time I moved to SG was because my pay about tripled overnight, it was like being showered with money.

Plus, I had good looking birds absolutely throwing themselves at me. You can imagine what hell it was.

So. It is quite possible to enjoy being in SG, whilst also being critical of the country itself. As for this expectation of 'understanding the language and culture', rubbish, anyway I was too busy working, either in the office, on or the laydeez, to care ;)

You are SGn right? Why do you choose to live there?

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Postby ScoobyDoes » Mon, 12 Sep 2011 6:37 pm

sp4hsc1 wrote:Btw, is staying in where you belong so difficult?




You should maybe ask that question to the thousands of Singaporeans that move overseas every year.
'When Lewis Hamilton wins a race he has to thank Vodafone whereas in my day I used to chase the crumpet. I know which era I'd rather race in.'

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