mr brown's erp song


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xtemujin

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After a good 3 minutes of laughing with the music, we're back on terra firma and who has the last laugh.:angry:
 

yanyewkay

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you need the lyrics lah...
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I wonder if you know,
How they live in Ang Mo Kio
Go to city many gantry
Can't afford your speed too low
Fast and furious! (Kena!) (beep! beep! beep!)
Slow is dangerous (Aiyah!) (beep! beep! beep!)
I wonder if you know,
How they live in Toa Payoh
Please lah tolong, only Lorong
Not Expressway also tio!
Fast and furious! (Kena!) (beep! beep! beep!)
Spread like virius! (Aiyah!) (beep! beep! beep!)
Many many taxes danglin
ERP now is randomin
Keep your speed 'bove 45
Or everybody Cashcard won't survive!
Suka suka ERP on
Happy happy gantry can born
16 new ways to gope your lui
See already want to pui!
Gahmen say take MRT
Cos car is only luxury
Build the road for Fellari
Normal car will up lorry
Ji Pa Ban (uh!), Ichiban (uh)
No million dollars you Lan Lan
CTE is the place to be
Singapore road for VIP
I wonder if you know,
How they live in Ang Mo Kio
Reach work early, at 5.30
Spend three hours drink teh-o
Can't be seraious! (wah lau!) (beep! beep! beep!)
Live like vampires (ouch!) (beep! beep! beep!)
I wonder if you know,
Where the gantry never grow
Where the lorry Never worry
Travel freely where you go
Pulau Bukom! (Don't have!) (beep! beep! beep!)
Pulau Tekong (Huat ah!) (beep! beep! beep!)
 

NoMoney

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Hahaha... The sentence, Singapore road for VIP is so funny. :bsmilie:

To be frank, it's really sad... Haizzz...

Perhaps I should shift my hope from car to scooter :)
 

yanyewkay

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scooter still need formal license, road tax and stuff. switch to electric bicycle or powered bicycle
 

Old Man Lee

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photobum

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:sweatsm::sweatsm: :thumbsup: Salute.... Mr Brown :thumbsup:
 

shoelevy

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the young and spolit rats of these generations do not know how much the government of Lee Kuan Yew has done much for Singapore. They are a complainting lot undeserving of the progress Singapore has achieved.
Some food for thought:
i have an extraction from the book entitled :S'pore: Re-engineering success which addresses this issue of difference between the younger and the older generation mindsets
It was written in a thought provocative way in order to provoke the reader to think about how some policies adopted since independence had set the stage for what we see in the younger gen today

I'll just quote a paragraph from the extraction, but pls note this is not to make a political statement of any kind, i simply find it very interesting and which i found resonated with me as one of the younger generation.
"...when younger educated Singaporeans voice concerns about their future security in an environment of rising costs, the issue is treated as a problem on part of the young who lack a sense of responsibility in having unrealistic expectations. The discourse on the 'post-65' generation,therefore, carries a great deal of moralizing against them for not having a sense of history, not knowing and appreciating the sufferings of the older generations. Absent however, is an understanding of the difference in the level of recources that different groups of Singaporeans have accumulated over time. Ironically, the very people who were bred in an environment that led them to strive for excellence and to covet and seek economic success are viewed as materialistic, selfish, ungrateful, and even disloyal. The very people who were taught to be anxious about their future are now blamed for having no sense of their past
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yanyewkay

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Some food for thought:
i have an extraction from the book entitled :S'pore: Re-engineering success which addresses this issue of difference between the younger and the older generation mindsets
It was written in a thought provocative way in order to provoke the reader to think about how some policies adopted since independence had set the stage for what we see in the younger gen today

I'll just quote a paragraph from the extraction, but pls note this is not to make a political statement of any kind, i simply find it very interesting and which i found resonated with me as one of the younger generation.
"...when younger educated Singaporeans voice concerns about their future security in an environment of rising costs, the issue is treated as a problem on part of the young who lack a sense of responsibility in having unrealistic expectations. The discourse on the 'post-65' generation,therefore, carries a great deal of moralizing against them for not having a sense of history, not knowing and appreciating the sufferings of the older generations. Absent however, is an understanding of the difference in the level of recources that different groups of Singaporeans have accumulated over time. Ironically, the very people who were bred in an environment that led them to strive for excellence and to covet and seek economic success are viewed as materialistic, selfish, ungrateful, and even disloyal. The very people who were taught to be anxious about their future are now blamed for having no sense of their past
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:thumbsup: good quote
 

noxon

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Haha, nothing wrong with complainting. It's our national sport :)
 

smirnon

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the young and spolit rats of these generations do not know how much the government of Lee Kuan Yew has done much for Singapore. They are a complainting lot undeserving of the progress Singapore has achieved.
Haha, nothing wrong with complainting. It's our national sport :)
+1! :bsmilie:
 

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