Stories you may have missed, 24 January – Singapore News


‘My boobs are out’ — DJ Jade Rasif doesn’t know how to wear her short T-shirt, asks how to wear it

Photo: IG screengrab/djjaderasif

SINGAPORE – DJ Jade Rasif shared her black top dilemma in her Instagram stories. She was given two options: one was to wear the top so she exposed her breasts, or the other, where her breasts were covered. But both options seemed wrong to her.

“Someone I don’t know how to wear this T-shirt,” the DJ said as she tried to figure out how to properly adjust and wear the crop top. “Is it, but then my chest is out, so obviously it’s not good,” Jade said, showing the first option to the camera.

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“S$11 for chicken and egg?” — Customer asks if he’s gotten old or if the market has gone crazy

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Photo: FB screenshot

SINGAPORE — A photo of chicken meat and egg caused a customer to ask if he had gotten old or if the market was “going crazy” after paying S$11 for the meal.

A photo of an omelette with rice and fried chicken was posted to Facebook group Complaint Singapore on Sunday (Jan. 22) with the caption, “S$11 for a chicken and an egg? Am I old already, or is the market getting too crazy already?”

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‘Please be a civilized person’ – Woman tells upstairs neighbor who always ‘hangs super wet floor mat and mop over balcony’

Photo: Facebook screengrab/COMPLAINT SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE — In a country where space is limited, a little consideration and thoughtfulness between people living next door can go a long way. Otherwise, you could be complained on social media instead, much like an upstairs resident who seems to regularly leave his “super wet, watery floor mat and mop” on his balcony.

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Ms Lai Mei Fonh, a neighbor, wrote about the problem in a post on popular Facebook page COMPLAINT SINGAPORE on Sunday (Jan 22) and also posted a photo of the water damage to her ceiling. She appealed to the woman next door: “Please be a civilized person ”, adding: “Evidence speaks.”

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Son who doesn’t like his father asks if it’s “culturally acceptable for me to give him money back”?

SINGAPORE – When a local Singaporean who had a difficult relationship with his father asked: “Is it culturally acceptable for me to return the (angbao) money to him?Many netizens offered helpful answers.

The Reddit user asked for help on Monday (January 23), the day after Chinese New Year, on r/askSingapore: ‘Sorry if this is a strange question, I’m not getting to the point. My father paid me Angbao money for CNY. For reasons I won’t go into, I don’t like my father. I hate him for the things he’s done and I don’t want his money.

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Xiaxue complains about families visiting relatives in the morning during CNY, asks why it has to be a ‘morning thing’

Photo: IG screengrab/xiaxue

SINGAPORE — Xiaxue, a 38-year-old Singaporean blogger and online television personality, is known for her provocative style of speaking out.

This time, Xiaxue complained in an Instagram story about families visiting relatives in the morning during Chinese New Year.

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