Tastefully offensive


View this. It was on America's got talent. They are not so uptight as a people and a society. They know how to have fun.


Anonymous said...

What a nice 84 year old man.
He actually brings joy into people lives.

I thought all old men are nasty and bitter.
Who spend their time writing nasty books that poisons the minds of future generations of young people.

agongkia said...

Tia Boh Lia Boh Kew but remind of the picture of that old man on my Hacks lemon candy.

Anonymous said...

Here u better not anyhow say thing ok.

Anonymous said...

@ August 02, 2014 1:33 pm

Fuck Yew.

Anonymous said...

actually, i don't find it offensive but very humourous. no way this song's lyric can be heard in S'pore. MDA will go nuts and all the conservative bunch of folks here will howl in protest. so it is a matter of perception what is offensive.

Anonymous said...

But why does MDA get to decide what is offensive or not?
Just like;
Why does PAP govt gets to decide how much money you need to have when you retire?

I'll tell you why.
Because we let them.
We stupid, stupid submit to their "better" judgement.

And how does PAP govt decides who is better?
This is decided by how much money you have.

Anonymous said...

he singing about ceo of temasek holdings

Anonymous said...

On a totally different subject, Singapore takes 6 out of 7 table tennis gold at the Commonwealth games.......... only it was with China's second team. Ha Ha Ha . I think Singapore should spend the billions from reserve to buy world class footballers like RVP, Rooney etc so that Singapore will get into next World Cup ?

Anonymous said...

I think Singaporeans should just vote out PAP and save ourselves a lot of money.
I rather have a 100% Singaporean team with no gold.

We are letting PAP government manage too much of our money.

Anonymous said...

RB does think it deserves a mention in his blog.

Ⓜatilah $ingapura⚠️ said...

Good one.

Today's culture is completely bananas.

Everytime someone expresses their dissenting or critical opinion which borders on the "controversial", there will be screams from people who are "offended".

People get "offended" for the slightest reason. Even if it is not directed to them.

Fuck them all. Fuck their mothers, children and entire bloodline lah. Speak your mind, and damn the consequences.

No one has the right to have their fluffy, fragile, sensitive feelings protected. No one.

Ⓜatilah $ingapura⚠️ said...

The Right Not To Be Offended

Ⓜatilah $ingapura⚠️ said...

Let's all get more offended, more of the time...together!

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

Matilah, in Sin City, you do not know what is lurking behing the pillars. Getting offended can be a very dangerous thing. I am even accused of sedition by talking about social issues. If these monsters are in positions of power and using their power or association to power to threaten the people, my god, what will life be for the common people?

Ⓜatilah $ingapura⚠️ said...


Yes, Singaporeans have a long, long way to go before they are mentally mature enough to "suck it up" and not react to offensive things so irrationally.

We are all offended in some way everyday. For e.g. I find religion offensive. But there are religious symbols and iconography everywhere, plus what about those temples, churches and mosques every which way you turn. If I reacted to every religious artifact I see, I would drive myself to an early grave or completely insane nervous wreck.

So if I don't "relax", I'm the one who suffers. So even if I do get offended on a daily basis, I really just let it slide.

No one has the right NOT TO BE offended. Including myself. ;-)