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S’poreans show M’sians money is not important

S’poreans show M’sians money is not important


They crash Lamborghinis to prove a point.


Malaysians from all walks of life were given a life lesson on Friday morning after three Singapore-registered Lamborghinis en-route to Kuala Lumpur crashed on Malaysia’s North-South Expressway.

One Malaysian, Fang Huo Shao, who saw the accident and the subsequent fire, said Singaporeans are very kind to impart this life lesson that money is only good for buying expensive things that will explode: “Far from a live fast, die young mentality, this three-Lamborghini crash is to show that money is not important in life. You can set it on fire in many ways.”

Other Malaysians who witnessed the fiery accident said Singaporeans are very generous people for doing this.

Kai Shui, a Malaysian, said: “We need to thank Singaporeans for their kind giving and agreeing to help Malaysia by buying our fresh water for $0.000000015 per 1,000 litres.”






Rich S’poreans show you how to spend money

Rich S’poreans show you how to spend money

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Start a BBQ with a Lamborghini and sue each other for fun.

It is no fantasy that the rich in Singapore treats this place like a playground.

They will go to extreme lengths to show you how they spend their money.

Take for example, on March 21, a Lamborghini driver decided to use his car to start a BBQ along Lornie Road.



Judging by the tyre tracks, the driver even succeeded in proving a mathematical theorem that parallel lines don’t meet at infinity.


The male driver in his 40s was accompanied by a passenger, and they got out of the vehicle before things got toasty and watched a $600,000 BBQ in procession.

They, however, did not bring marshmallows. But the driver was probably too full from drinking, because he was arrested at the scene for driving under the influence.


In other news, a Singaporean woman and a Chinese investor who bought Raffles Town Club in 2001 might have to pay up to tens of millions of dollars in legal costs after they failed to sue three founding members and one of consultant of the club for allegedly siphoning off $130 million of the club’s funds.

This hefty legal cost was incurred as a result of the 87-day trial, where both sides whack each other.

Classy bitch-slapping.