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Xiaxue’s lawyer looks set to make a lot of money off Xiaxue

Xiaxue’s lawyer looks set to make a lot of money off Xiaxue

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By forcing SMRT Ltd (Feedback) to shut up, another 10 Facebook pages will pop up to take its place.


Xiaxue’s lawyer, whom she engaged to take out a Protection Order against Facebook group SMRT Ltd (Feedback) and serving them notice via email and Facebook, looks set to make big bucks from his blogger client.

This after the lawyer successfully got the State Courts to issue a Protection Order under Originating Summons to shut SMRT Ltd (Feedback) up, prevent them from publishing or continuing to publish more honest statements about Xiaxue — for now.

Singaporeans who heard of this news roundly applauded the lawyer’s candour and actions, as he is set to become very rich making money off Xiaxue because he will never run out of work applying for protection orders on Xiaxue’s behalf.

Tan Dua Lui, one Singaporean who was very impressed, said with SMRT Ltd (Feedback) clamming up, another 10 or more Facebook pages run by anonymous people will be set up to take its place and she will have to engage her lawyer’s services on a routine basis: “Wah the lawyer is damn smart making a lot of money off her.”

“One Facebook page can shut up now. But this will cause 10 Facebook pages run by anonymous people to be set up to take its place.”

“The she needs her lawyer to send 10 letters on her behalf to the admin of the 10 Facebook pages.”

“And after they shut up, another 100 anonymous Facebook pages will be set up to take their place.”

“Imagine one letter he writes she pays him $25… 100 letters will cost $2,500.”

“Wah I should have gone to law school last time so I can also make so much money sending emails.”

“Maybe grow up already can help defend the future prime minister and earn derisory amounts of money.”


Engaging a lawyer is peanuts because Xiaxue is awesome:

Xiaxue deserves our respect

Thanks, Xiaxue, for ruining family photos forever

S’porean children lament the state of adults after witnessing Xiaxue-Gushcloud spat

NSF recruits say monthly SAF allowance of $480 is ‘not derisory enough’

$10,000 notes phased out in S’pore as they are not derisory enough



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Sex blogger mistakes jacket for invisibility cloak

Sex blogger mistakes jacket for invisibility cloak

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Looked stupid walking around with cloth on her head instead.

Vivian of the Alviv sex blogger duo, who was charged yesterday for taking part in stupidity, was seen turning up in court with a jacket over her head — as she thought she could be unseen as it was an invisibility cloak.

Invisibility cloak fail

Invisibility cloak fail

A man , who declined to be identified, claimed he approached her to buy a jacket. He allegedly said it was an invisibility cloak.

He said: “I told her to wear it so that no one can see her when she is invisible.”

“But really, thank you for obscuring ugly.”

Noob reporter owned by New Nation

Noob reporter owned by New Nation

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Dumb ass.

Another day, another ownage.

Six weeks ago, New Nation put out a fake as hell piece called “Characteristics and behaviour of our 3.3 million Singaporean population“, which aimed to emulate the profound way Gilbert Goh talks about people.

Just this week, it has come to our attention that a noob reporter named Alexandra Wolfe writing for a noob publication called Vocativ, stole parts of the fake New Nation piece and used it as fact in an interview they conducted with Gilbert Goh, who they labelled as “Singapore’s Protest King“.


What is the fake part? Check it out:


The entire underlined portion is stolen from New Nation‘s fake article that is obviously fake!

And they actually quoted “Short penis?!

And the best part yet?

Vocativ claims to employ smart journalists.


Tuck Yew lah…