Reminds me of my bmt in changi naval base last year, saw a head outside in anti flash gear along the window ledge, thought my sgt or officer doing check so ignored it, few mins later i chilled out as i realised im on the 3rd floor and quickly take my spec to investigate and resulted caught by my sgt that is going toilet and all got turn out .. haha .. still remember the face ..
Bro I also from navy.
Was from brani naval base
i once saw a UFO above Tekong.
yeah man, never pick up things outside.....
sometimes got something hiding inside the thing that u picked... and u bring it home, that thing will follow and stay in your home.... die liao
i got a true story. My Aunt went downstairs her block for a walk, and happen to see a chair. She guessed it must be thrown away by some neighbour. To her, the chair looks quite nice, still in good condition. So she doesnt wan it to go to waste. she brought it home and left it in the living room.
that night, my cousin came home after work. he never knew about the chair that my aunt brought home. He came into the home and he saw a guy sitting at that chair in the living room. He bloody freaked out..........
He waited until the "guy" disappear, and immediately, he took the chair and threw it away, and scolded my aunt for being kapoh to bring things home....
so dont anyhow bring things home.
even when sometimes, you are being offered mattresess or bed frame, 2nd hand, better dont take. u never know what actually happened on that bed or mattresses. someone could have died before on the bed and the spirit is lingering around on the bed.
Last edited by donut88; 5th August 2011 at 03:24 PM.
Looks like this thread is turning out to be quite a thriller.
Actaully, singaporean is not very poor.
I also don't understand why so many of us have this need to salvage and brings things home.
In Navy, we are taught very strict when travelling overseas for exercise,
not to bring back things to main land Singapore.
That's why rubber to us is very important.