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MP to merge with grassroots volunteer

Posted on 21 April 2017

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who know it when two people are getting it on, are cheering and whistling loudly.

This after they understand from sources that a member of parliament is going to merge with a grassroots volunteer who is from the same estate.

One Singaporean, Zuo Ai, said: “This merger is to serve the demographic needs of the two parties involved.”

“The merger will see both sides serve each other’s interest and bring about greater satisfaction.”

“Two become one.”

However, other locals said such mergers have its downsides.

Another local, Boh Cheng Sah, said: “One moment you are serving each other’s interest, the next moment you got to appear in a press conference with your eyes red and head slightly bowed, looking like you just porked a woman who is not your wife.”

“But like the SAF rule #7 dictates, do but don’t get caught.”

At press time, the MP and grassroots volunteer are furiously merging.







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