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Nothing much happening this Sunday evening in S’pore

Posted on 22 May 2016

Nothing to get alarmed about.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are not alarmed or jolted to take notice or get angry about something, are blissfully unmolested by the lack of anything really major happening in Singapore on Sunday evening.

This after nothing really major is happening on Sunday evening.

One Singaporean, Kuah Dian See, who is catching up on shows on Netflix, said: “This season’s episodes are really great. Another four episodes to go.”

Other locals said the weather has cooled significantly this evening compared to the past two months and wondered if that would make it into the news tomorrow.

Another local, Gong Jiao Wei, said: “Given how news works in Singapore, it will surely make it into the mainstream media, waxing lyrical about how the monsoon winds have changed and there is a cold surge heading Singapore’s way and expect cooler temperatures from now till end of July blah blah blah…”

“It’s almost as if there is no news to report these days.”







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  • Phytomorphogenesis

    WOW! No news. No bashing the alternative parties for the silence?

    Two more weeks. Another adultery story is going to break!