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    Default Re: DNP0i$onou$ Clubh0us3 - TCSS Part IV

    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Thank you JZ, you have make me learn a new word today:

    pal·y 1 (pl)
    adj. pal·i·er, pal·i·est Archaic
    Pale.

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    pal·y 2 (pl)
    adj. Heraldry
    Divided into several equal parts by perpendicular lines. Used of a field.



    Or did you mean Parley or Parlay?
    "paly" = PAL-y, like "friendly", geddit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeezuinn View Post
    8 pm on weekdays is fine for me. Havent touch badminton in god knows how long! Lets play lets paly!
    If you all want, tonight I log on EXACTLY at midnight and try to book 1hr at Safra Mt Faber for Tuesday 18 Oct, 8pm-9pm.
    Safra's rates quite ok. About $5+ per hour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    a lot of schools now are classified under "dual-use", which means they have been designed such that the sports facilities (indoor hall and field) can be separated from the rest of the school by locked gate, thus allowing public to make use of the facilities on the weekends.
    The usual S'pore Sports Council booking rates apply. It's a great idea to open up more venues for sporting activities. That said, demand is helluva big. Schools also usually packed
    Check out http://www.icanbook.com.sg/ifbsweb/Main/UI/Main.aspx
    thanks for the link!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    a lot of schools now are classified under "dual-use", which means they have been designed such that the sports facilities (indoor hall and field) can be separated from the rest of the school by locked gate, thus allowing public to make use of the facilities on the weekends.
    The usual S'pore Sports Council booking rates apply. It's a great idea to open up more venues for sporting activities. That said, demand is helluva big. Schools also usually packed
    Check out http://www.icanbook.com.sg/ifbsweb/Main/UI/Main.aspx
    Read before that school will start to allow public to use their facilities eg football field but no idea abt badminton hall.
    Ain't too clever but definitely not stupid. Hey guys, just wanna learn....

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    Quote Originally Posted by notsoclever View Post
    Read before that school will start to allow public to use their facilities eg football field but no idea abt badminton hall.
    a lot of the football fields are free-to-play. But the surface of the pitch quite uneven. Dangerous for the ankles.
    I notice regular frisbee games at the open space opp The Gateway, and the ground there is scary... Hopefully nobody suffers some major injury.
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    i did a basic search and advance search on the icanbook webby, but it keeps telling me no records found?

    oh i know why.. schools cannot book for weekday.. can only book for weekends...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    a lot of schools now are classified under "dual-use", which means they have been designed such that the sports facilities (indoor hall and field) can be separated from the rest of the school by locked gate, thus allowing public to make use of the facilities on the weekends.
    The usual S'pore Sports Council booking rates apply. It's a great idea to open up more venues for sporting activities. That said, demand is helluva big. Schools also usually packed
    Check out http://www.icanbook.com.sg/ifbsweb/Main/UI/Main.aspx
    I think it's high time gov steps up on building more sport complexes... all this talk about people should exercise more and get healthy, are we supposed to play at the car parks now?

    There is a sport complex at lower delta, my kid went there for badminton lessons frequently...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    If you all want, tonight I log on EXACTLY at midnight and try to book 1hr at Safra Mt Faber for Tuesday 18 Oct, 8pm-9pm.
    Safra's rates quite ok. About $5+ per hour.
    wah cheap leh! onz lah! count me in! Edit: BRO... 18 is Monday leh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    a lot of the football fields are free-to-play. But the surface of the pitch quite uneven. Dangerous for the ankles.
    I notice regular frisbee games at the open space opp The Gateway, and the ground there is scary... Hopefully nobody suffers some major injury.
    Are school football field free-to-play now? Many yrs back, we need to climb over fence/gate just to enjoy a game of soccer.
    Ain't too clever but definitely not stupid. Hey guys, just wanna learn....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    If you all want, tonight I log on EXACTLY at midnight and try to book 1hr at Safra Mt Faber for Tuesday 18 Oct, 8pm-9pm.
    Safra's rates quite ok. About $5+ per hour.
    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    wah cheap leh! onz lah! count me in! Edit: BRO... 18 is Monday leh...

    Welcome to Telok Blangah. hahaa
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    Quote Originally Posted by notsoclever View Post
    Every weekday am I goes there to drop-off my little girl.
    Urm... for abaccus or ballet har? coz my kaki's girl, also ballet there also... Wah where you live?? how come all of a sudden we all macam living close by one??
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Urm... for abaccus or ballet har? coz my kaki's girl, also ballet there also... Wah where you live?? how come all of a sudden we all macam living close by one??
    She is attending the playgroup @ 2nd flr. My in-law stay across Radin Mas and every night I'll have dinner and fetch my girl/wify from my in-law's place.

    U also stay nearby? hmm.. maybe we met in the car-park before. wahahaa
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    Quote Originally Posted by notsoclever View Post
    She is attending the playgroup @ 2nd flr. My in-law stay across Radin Mas and every night I'll have dinner and fetch my girl/wify from my in-law's place.

    U also stay nearby? hmm.. maybe we met in the car-park before. wahahaa
    Me near Radin Mas Primary... My kaki stays at Crescent probably behind your in-law's place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Me near Radin Mas Primary... My kaki stays at Crescent probably behind your in-law's place.

    Oops, then u should be the one to welcome them to Telok Blangah. wahahaa
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Me near Radin Mas Primary... My kaki stays at Crescent probably behind your in-law's place.
    I was there for P1-P3. Haha. Used to stay at Telok Blangah Heights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiles88 View Post
    I was there for P1-P3. Haha. Used to stay at Telok Blangah Heights.
    My kid's old alma mata leh... That means you his zhang bei liao. Where are you staying now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by notsoclever View Post
    Oops, then u should be the one to welcome them to Telok Blangah. wahahaa
    Are you not near by??
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    I now staying at Teck Whye. Transferred school as I shifted house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiles88 View Post
    I now staying at Teck Whye. Transferred school as I shifted house.
    Teck Whye...not familiar with that area leh...where is it near? Gimme the nearest MRT...

    Just googled... near woodlands right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Teck Whye...not familiar with that area leh...where is it near? Gimme the nearest MRT...
    nearest MRT is Choa Chu Kang. Haha. I didn't even know about this place until I shifted. Even worse right...
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