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Postby HA » Wed, 20 Mar 2013 1:21 pm

alittlerisky wrote:You forget "getting drunk and losing all you stuff". I have been in Singapore 3 months almost and have managed to lose all my bank cards twice, and am my my 4th mobile phone. It's getting a bit silly now.

I couldn't even get into work yesterday. Lost my cards, phone etc. Woke up and had no cash, spent the day trying to find a branch of DBS, couldn't, gave up at 18.30 and went back. Couldn't call my boss to tell what happened as I'd lost my phone. Couldn't go to internet cafe to find out her number as I had no cash. F*****g nightmare. I managed to borrow some money from a friend so got into work today. I am now re-armed with cards and cash. Although, that is probably the reason I lost everything in the first place.


LIKE LIKE. Is that why you never emailed your number?

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Postby ripplevan » Tue, 16 Apr 2013 1:11 am

Weekends:
Shopping
Drink & Eat
Cafe
Zoo
Universal Studio
Traveling
Cycling
Jogging

If you need shopping after 9pm,
MUSTAFA is the place.

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Postby shutterbug » Thu, 30 May 2013 10:25 am

lots of things to do. :D

Spending time with family
Hang out with friends
Go to cinema
Cycling
Photography
Tennis
cook at home

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Postby gops » Tue, 11 Jun 2013 5:13 pm

Friday nts get drunk at clark quay, boat quay and orchard towers...sleep whole of saturday..sunday a bit of office works and movie at cathay :cry:

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Postby fletch » Sat, 15 Jun 2013 3:59 am

Did someone mention archery? anyone thinking of joining an archery club?

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Postby breakdown » Tue, 25 Jun 2013 2:41 pm

I spend my weekends by:
- trail running
- movies, shopping
- wall climbing
- muay thai training

I used to get wasted from Thursdays til Sundays a couple of years back but I got tired of it.. So i am trying to live a healthy lifestyle now.

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Postby ohlanlo » Wed, 26 Jun 2013 1:28 pm

Akimbo wrote:@Risky:
Mate, lay off the booze for a while, and lose a language or two. Your brain is probably so cramped with so many cursing words that's why it had its blank stages during your 3 months now...

Or, you're getting too old for this sh*t... :P

@Kathy:
I have not done it yet, but actually will do it in April. One of my friends is currently in negotiation for cheaper price.

The only place I know as of now is Bukit Timah Saddle Club.

And all those stuff I did? Is still nothing as I only did them once, compared with all the veterans here and some newbies with all the money...I'm just a poor boy... :oops:


dear sir please do update me on the archery stuff and the damage, imma poor boy too :cry:

any other interesting stuff that kathy has picked up since?

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Postby moolh2000 » Fri, 05 Jul 2013 2:11 pm

alittlerisky wrote:
You forget "getting drunk and losing all you stuff". I have been in Singapore 3 months almost and have managed to lose all my bank cards twice, and am my my 4th mobile phone. It's getting a bit silly now.

I couldn't even get into work yesterday. Lost my cards, phone etc. Woke up and had no cash, spent the day trying to find a branch of DBS, couldn't, gave up at 18.30 and went back. Couldn't call my boss to tell what happened as I'd lost my phone. Couldn't go to internet cafe to find out her number as I had no cash. F*****g nightmare. I managed to borrow some money from a friend so got into work today. I am now re-armed with cards and cash. Although, that is probably the reason I lost everything in the first place.


Hey littlerisky...this is your boss and im still waiting for that call! :D

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Postby maneo » Sat, 06 Jul 2013 12:56 am

Kathy Lau wrote:where is the place to horse riding?

Have done trail riding in Ulu Tiram, in Johor.
Also had some jumping lessons there.

For dressage & jumping, besides BTSC, there are the Turf Club Riding Center (Woodlands Ave 3, at entrance to Woodlands Industrial Park D)) and the Singapore Polo Club (SPC riding is for members, i.e. once you've decided to keep doing it).

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Postby Michael X » Sat, 06 Jul 2013 9:38 am

Sentosa Wave House or Bintan for wakeboarding.

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Postby TauCeti » Mon, 15 Jul 2013 2:44 am

Akimbo: horseriding where? how much?

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Postby Akimbo » Mon, 15 Jul 2013 10:18 am

Bukit Timah area, JustSee is currently working it out on negotiating for $100 per person for a trail track for min 10 people. Not yet determined, but most likely in August if we can get the 10...

Here's the kicker, you weigh more than 85 kgs, you're not allowed to ride.
My thread...The Weekenders If you need my e-mail address, it's in the first post of the thread.

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Postby Max Headroom » Mon, 15 Jul 2013 11:17 am

Weekends we go to the beach for long, lazy unwinding sessions. Either that, or, when we're more actively-inclined, we rent a kayak, SUP or sail dinghy.

The Manamana beach (private) and Water Venture beach (public) are just down the road for us, so we go there more than Sentosa, which is great too for a day of beach-bumming, albeit a little off the beaten track from where we are. Not to mention a wee bit on the pricey side.

Anyhoo, if you're looking for a place that is blissfully devoid of any kind of leaf-blowing, whipper-snipper, mozzie-fogging, lawn-mowing, hedge-cutting, tree-pruning, construction or traffic noise, you can't really go wrong with the East Coast Park beach.

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Postby cheerup0706 » Tue, 27 Aug 2013 7:13 pm

Akimbo wrote:Brunch at Seringat Beach
Gun Club
Rock Climbing
Sunday Brunch
Saturday Pub Crawl
Running at East Coast
Archery
Horse Riding
Movie watching
Staying inside the room all day...
:D :D :D this is cool

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Postby TauCeti » Sat, 31 Aug 2013 5:03 pm

rajagainstthemachine wrote:running in serangoon stadium
getting wasted in a pub
getting wasted in my room
getting wasted generally
a long ass nap
off to the library to exchange books
meeting ppl for coffee/tea and cake
cooking stuff at home to last me at least 3 days.


My kinda weekend.


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