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Minister should tell Krispy Kreme they are not welcomed too

Posted on 25 October 2013

Doughnuts will cause diabetes, which will cause marriages to fail.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life who are conservative are thanking the Minister for Social and Family Development Chan Chun Sing.

This after he came out strongly against adultery website Ashley Madison’s plan to launch in Singapore next year, saying in a Facebook post that he is “against any company or website that harms marriage.”

Ashley Madison is an online dating website that targets married individuals. It shouldn’t really bother you if you love your spouse, and vice versa.

However, Singaporeans say the minister should have gone one step further and tell Krispy Kreme they are not welcome here too, as they too have a propensity to harm marriages.

Hen Bao Shou, a local said: “Krispy Kreme sell sweet doughnuts that will cause people to have diabetes.”

“When someone in a relationship has diabetes, they might die. And when one person, or god forbid, the couple dies, the marriage will also be affected.”

“Because there will not be any marriage.”

 

 

 

 

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