Posted on 13 April 2017
And then become useless like a dead person.
Singaporeans from all walks of life, who form the middle and lower class hoi polloi, have bestowed the title of “person” on Singapore’s HDB flats.
This after they discovered that HDB flats have a lifespan of 99 years after which they will pass away like any other human being who has expired.
One Singaporean, See Kiao Keow, said: “This is the quality that we look for in determining if an entity qualifies a person.”
“A finite life span is a clear indicator coupled by the fact that at expiry a HDB flat becomes a worthless piece of shit, just like when a person has passed away and becomes nothing essentially.”
However, other locals said recognising HDB flats as persons has its downsides.
Another local, Que Dian, said: “Across the life span of a person, the value of an individual will increase and it becomes productive but HDB flats just suck and suck money away to maintain and appreciate in paper value temporarily.”
“No real productive gain and it is not a means of production.”
“In this regard, it fails to qualify as a person.”
“It is more like a piece of shit.”
Posted on 27 December 2013
They are grateful to be socially engineered and moved around like chess pieces.
Young Singaporean couples from all walks of life who enjoy being subordinated are thanking National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan.
This after Khaw Boon Wan implemented housing policies whereby Singaporean couples buy HDB flats first and then settle down to get married.
Qu Jie Hun, a young local woman, said: “Our entire lives revolve around owning a HDB flat. Who we marry, how long before we should settle down, our future aspirations… It all boils down to having a flat. We enjoy being told what to do.”
Another young Singaporean man, Hen Pian Yee, said: “Ya, spending several hundred thousand dollars for a small apartment is a steal.”
“We would like to personally thank everyone involved for implementing this sort of social engineering to control our lives and our destiny.”
Posted on 01 April 2013
Housing needs of singles no longer play second fiddle to married couples.
Singaporean singles will soon be allowed to buy their own HDB flats before they turn 35 as old housing policies that give top priority to married couples are being dumped.
This is in view of the fact that singles who do not have a place of their own continue to stay with their parents and feel like they don’t have a spine.