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    you must be proactive where matters of heart is concerned....

    In this market, it is all about purchasing power........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benign
    In this market, it is all about purchasing power........
    you really think so?

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    you really think so?

    The feedbacks from 18 to 88? Yes, in general the women in Sg are about purchasing power.

    Or, I betta said The women in Sg is smarter in making choices lor.....LOL
    I dun want to get slapped by every char bors once I touched down in Changi





    No one is to blame,

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    then how about the women from other countries? my brother feels the same way too...

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    then how about the women from other countries? my brother feels the same way too...
    It is unfair for me to pass judgement on them lor. I was only involved with two women in a permanet manner for twelve years.

    Both were born in M'sia, one was brought up in Aust and the other Sg.
    Mind you, the Sg 1 terrified me Not her fault, just my inability to compromise or adapt....





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    Quote Originally Posted by Benign
    It is unfair for me to pass judgement on them lor. I was only involved with two women in a permanet manner for twelve years.

    Both were born in M'sia, one was brought up in Aust and the other Sg.
    Mind you, the Sg 1 terrified me Not her fault, just my inability to compromise or adapt....





    I blame it on fate, you can't win them all....
    Who ask me to be such a

    This kind of thing is REALLY yuan fen.... you have to meet the right person at the right time.... well, there is hope in life..... that's what so exciting about it, Life's like a box of chocolate, you don't know what you are going to get (I think from Forest Gump)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benign
    The feedbacks from 18 to 88? Yes, in general the women in Sg are about purchasing power.

    Or, I betta said The women in Sg is smarter in making choices lor.....LOL
    I dun want to get slapped by every char bors once I touched down in Changi

    No one is to blame,
    I don't agreed on this.Basically singapore is capable to buy their own things.
    But i find that singapore guy is not gentleman enough to compare with western country man

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    Quote Originally Posted by insignificant.i
    This kind of thing is REALLY yuan fen.... you have to meet the right person at the right time.... well, there is hope in life..... that's what so exciting about it, Life's like a box of chocolate, you don't know what you are going to get (I think from Forest Gump)
    Yes i agreed. U cannot because of two girls and think of us are like that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haze
    I don't agreed on this.Basically singapore is capable to buy their own things.
    But i find that singapore guy is not gentleman enough to compare with western country man
    oh no... not this again....

    we will always have the issue that singaporean women very materialistic / not gentle and singaporean men not understanding enough / gentle enough... etc.....

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    I don't agreed on this.Basically singapore is capable to buy their own things.
    But i find that singapore guy is not gentleman enough to compare with western country man

    I think your mentality is all wrong liao.

    I can only say: Ang mohs spend first think later.....Sg or Asian men think and dun spend.

    There was a study done on spending between migrants and natives(ang mohs) in Aust.

    The average saving rate for ang mohs is 17% compared to about 40% of the migrants.

    In most cases, migrants bought their home with cash or paid off in certain numbers of years.
    What is the point of being generous? If you dun practice perserverance.

    p/s: SHOCKFACTS: Rising household debt


    The average Australian household spends 2.3% more than it earns each week.

    In 2002 household debt, at $431 billion, represented almost 60% of economic activity in Australia.

    Current average household debt represents around 1.3 years of household income.

    Total HECS debt in 2002 was $9.1 billion and total credit card debt was $7.3 billion.

    In 2002, $279.4 billion was outstanding on home mortgages.
    [Source: Household debt in Australia — Walking the tightrope, AMP.NATSEM Income and Wealth Report November 2004.]


    Of course, there will always be an exception in life,

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    the moral of the story is don't use the yardstick to measure the world..... we tend to generalise too much, i've met NICE and DECENT guys, aust and asian.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benign
    I think your mentality is all wrong liao.

    I can only say: Ang mohs spend first think later.....Sg or Asian men think and dun spend.

    There was a study done on spending between migrants and natives(ang mohs) in Aust.

    The average saving rate for ang mohs is 17% compared to about 40% of the migrants.

    In most cases, migrants bought their home with cash or paid off in certain numbers of years.
    What is the point of being generous? If you dun practice perserverance.

    p/s: SHOCKFACTS: Rising household debt


    The average Australian household spends 2.3% more than it earns each week.

    In 2002 household debt, at $431 billion, represented almost 60% of economic activity in Australia.

    Current average household debt represents around 1.3 years of household income.

    Total HECS debt in 2002 was $9.1 billion and total credit card debt was $7.3 billion.

    In 2002, $279.4 billion was outstanding on home mortgages.
    [Source: Household debt in Australia Walking the tightrope, AMP.NATSEM Income and Wealth Report November 2004.]


    Of course, there will always be an exception in life,
    hey... is that mean u have lots of saving kekeke

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    oh. times up.. got to quickly blow dry my hair and jump to bed for my beauty sleep.
    see u guys tmr ... sweet dream ^^

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    hey did you see today newspaper.. fuel charges increase ..
    don't know how much, quite many ppl cancel their travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haze
    hey did you see today newspaper.. fuel charges increase ..
    don't know how much, quite many ppl cancel their travel.
    MY motto in life is: money can be earned back, so spend......

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    hey did you see today newspaper.. fuel charges increase ..
    don't know how much, quite many ppl cancel their travel.

    Look on the bright side, less car less pollution less traffic jam. When people travel less, the hotel prices might have to drop too......


    MY motto in life is: money can be earned back, so spend......

    How come the complete opposite of my belief 1

    Money is very hard to earn one, so try to spend only on necessities and never buy anything unless it is on sale, stocktake or closing down. With the exception to some prime lenses

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    hey... is that mean u have lots of saving kekeke

    Come to think of it, they are temporarily parked at Crown Casino, TAB and Tattslotto lor.

    I alway tell people I will collect my money one day with interest

    If you are friend, find me a rich girl friend or sugar mummy. I really dun mind when the light is off and I only find her inside my viewfinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by insignificant.i
    MY motto in life is: money can be earned back, so spend......
    Say so easy.. i work as admin leh. Ur company hiring any admin exec? heeh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benign
    Look on the bright side, less car less pollution less traffic jam. When people travel less, the hotel prices might have to drop too......

    How come the complete opposite of my belief 1

    Money is very hard to earn one, so try to spend only on necessities and never buy anything unless it is on sale, stocktake or closing down. With the exception to some prime lenses
    Ur concept true or not ;o..

    hey.. me too.. i always buy sales item only.. unless i likes the clothes ALOT :P... or is very cheap.. lately i went ot bangkok.. the clothes so cheap.. i bought 20 skirts ^^

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    Ur concept true or not ;o..

    Pssstttt, I still believed in communism. Sig Heil(one arm salute) Stalin!

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