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Baba Yaga
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Apr 19, 2022
Fat cuntard caught not wearing mask on bus content media
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Baba Yaga
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Mar 31, 2022
Andrea Tan teaches you how to give proper handjobs and blowjobs ;) content media
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Baba Yaga
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Feb 22, 2022
Ugly ass "ribbon" tattoos spotted on human trotters content media
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Baba Yaga
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Feb 15, 2022
[Well done MOH] Ng Teng Fong General Hospital is now swarmed as fuck! content media
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Baba Yaga
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Jan 24, 2022
In Current Affairs
And yet folks wonder how the phishing scams could have arisen so effortlessly. Did you even fucking do some due diligence before hiring his ass eh OCBC???? https://www.ocbc.com/group/about-us/our-leadership#praveen-raina https://sg.linkedin.com/in/praveenraina
[Come I clap for you] OCBC's Head of Group Operations and Technology graduated from lowly ranked universities  content media
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Baba Yaga
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Oct 03, 2021
The three stooges helming the multi-ministry task force: co-chairs or co-stupid? content media
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Baba Yaga
Venomous Asset
Aug 31, 2021
In Announcements/Broadcasts
If you are considering to try glamping in SG, stay away from Glamping Society. One word to describe their services and facilities: TRAGIC. There is truly nothing ‘glam’ about Glamping Society unless your idea of glamour is a filthy, rundown tent with cheap decorations. This is supposed to be their main draw, decorations that you can get for a dollar or less, from AliExpress. We were fully aware that it would be rough and rustic but for $300 a night just for the room no other perks or add-ons, it’s not too much to ask for an acceptable level of hygiene, no? I mean, they are marketing themselves as a “luxury experience” and for comparison, you can get a room, albeit the most basic, at the posh and historic Fullerton Hotel for around that price. So it came as a bit of a shock that the tent was barely presentable and very poorly maintained. The outside is covered in green mold/ slime and other unsightly stains that in daylight, look like something out of a grisly crime scene. We were greeted by a spider hanging from cobwebs upon entering and while this was amusing for us, communing with nature and all that, the layer of dust covering every square inch of the interior was not. The inflatable mattresses were serviceable if not for the mildew-covered pillows and drool-stained beddings that were practically older than Metuselah. It became obvious that these were throwaway linens that Glamping Society salvaged from the bins of budget hotels, New Asia Star Hotel in particular, which at least, has no pretences of luxury from what I can see from a quick Google search. As you can see, the ‘room’ was quite vile but the wee one had been looking forward to this camping trip for weeks that I couldn’t bring myself to disappoint him so instead of leaving right there and then - which would have been the correct decision, I made the mistake of asking the “Director” of the company to please clean the dust and change the beddings into something more acceptable. And they did, except the new pillow cases had even more stains than before. As if that’s not repulsive enough, the “private toilet” we were led to believe exists is in fact a dilapidated hovel that is accessible to everyone at the very public fishing area right next to it. Aside from being so squalid that the surfaces are literally brown and black in places, the toilets also stank sharply of pee that has been stewing forever. Upon feedback, the “director” haughtily retorted that we should be thankful it’s not clogged or covered in used nappies like as if that’s the gold standard for “luxury” service. A down payment was required to reserve the tent with the balance payable upon check-in. When it became clear we weren’t happy with the derelict conditions, the “director” resorted to extortionist means sending her ‘caretaker’ to barge in, completely disregarding our privacy and refusing to leave even when asked repeatedly. The whole time she was also not wearing a mask and acted crazy further violating our health and safety. Apparently, her boss gave her orders to trespass and to not budge until she collected payment on the spot. Indeed, the boss had the gall to repeat these threats over the phone telling us that our only choice is to pay up, or her caretaker will continue to harass us through the night. This is how they dealt with complaints, gangster-style. On a side note, they also don’t issue any invoice and when I asked for one, they didn’t have a registration number which means they are not a recognised business entity in SG. When I clarified, they sent one under an “education consultancy” company that has definitely nothing to do with hospitality but under which they claim, Glamping Society is a “subsidiary.” From what I know, even subsidiaries should have their own GST number so all in all, this operation is not only beyond disgusting with absolutely no redeeming qualities but also very dodgy. So friends, please save yourselves and help spread the word so no one else falls victim to such shameless racketeers who lie outright to get your business. Unpalatable pictures attached as proof. Skim at your own risk. You’ve been warned. PS: We stayed at their Kranji Farm Resort location. https://www.facebook.com/groups/885221925436949
AMDL wasted 300 bucks on an unacceptably filthy experience in the wild courtesy of Glamping Society content media
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Baba Yaga
Venomous Asset
Aug 13, 2021
In Current Affairs
He provides partial response, becoming quieter than a church mouse thereafter.
Nincompoop health minister Ong Ye Kung gets grilled by netizen on whether the SG government has shush agreement with Pfizer..... content media
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Baba Yaga
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Aug 07, 2021
Jeanette Aw is a fucking strawberrry baby-boomer.  content media
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Baba Yaga
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Mar 09, 2021
Signage in Geylang fainted because of the hot weather. content media
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Baba Yaga
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Jan 03, 2021
Fucktards caught not wearing their masks properly in public content media
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Baba Yaga
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Dec 06, 2020
Female godzilla on mobility scooter spotted inside MRT train content media
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Baba Yaga
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Nov 28, 2020
In Chillin' In The Lounge
Stacey is a 26-year-old who enjoys playing tennis and going for high tea on the weekends. By day, she works as a full-time financial analyst. At night, she studies for her part-time postgraduate Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) course. Stacey is also a sugar baby.  Over the past two years, she has been in three dating-like arrangements with significantly older men. In turn, her sugar daddies have showered her with gifts and provided her with financial support. Entering the sugar community was a chance occurrence. A friend introduced her to the lifestyle and to Sugarbook, an online sugar dating website. There, Stacey found her first sugar daddy and embarked on her sugar baby journey. Being a sugar baby  According to Stacey, a sugar baby is someone who “enjoys [a] luxurious lifestyle and the finer things in life” who prefers to date “mature and financially capable men.” She doesn’t hide the fact that dating her sugar daddy affords her extra money to “enjoy life a little more.”  Most sugar arrangements involve a younger woman and an older man. However, anyone whose relationship dynamic fits the above definitions, regardless of their gender or orientation, can be in a sugar relationship. At the initial stage of getting to know each other, Stacey explains that pay-per-meet (PPM) arrangements are quite common. In the sugar world, this is akin to casual dating. Only if the chemistry is right will the sugar baby and sugar daddy settle into a more long-term arrangement. Stacey looks for sugar daddies like this: first, she will message potential sugar daddies on Sugarbook. Then, she’ll text and video call them before meeting up and having meals together. She shares that most people are upfront and will dive right into what they’re looking for within the first few texts.  Stacey’s current sugar daddy is a Singaporean whom she meets up with twice or thrice a week. While she admits things can get heated in the bedroom, safe sex and consent is always key. Sexual health is something they pay particular attention to and both of them go for regular STD check-ups. In exchange, he gives her a monthly $4,000 allowance. He also covers all their meals, entertainment and travel expenses. Stacey spends half of the money her sugar daddy gives her on personal grooming as well as shopping for designer bags from Chanel and Louis Vuitton. The other 50% goes towards paying for her school fees. Interestingly, Stacey admits she does not need her sugar daddy’s money to support herself. To her, being a sugar baby is like having a side hustle. She sees it as a fast track to building a life that would otherwise take years to achieve on her own. Dating and falling in love with her sugar daddy Aside from the ability to financially support her, Stacey’s preference for sugar daddies is older men who are caring and upfront with their intentions. And because she is quite tall (172cm), she wants to date guys who are at least 180cm.  Her current sugar daddy checks all her boxes: he is 38 years old, 182cm, and holds a lucrative position in the finance industry. Stacey describes him as “very charming and caring” and has introduced him to her parents. Sometimes, he hangs out with her family. When asked if her parents know that she’s a sugar baby, Stacey pauses before breaking into nervous laughter. “They don’t know I’m a sugar baby. They do know there’s a guy but they know [him] as my boyfriend. They’re actually quite happy because there is someone [who] can pamper me.” “I’m kind of falling for my current sugar daddy because he’s single and rich. And he treats me very [well]. We did briefly talk [about marriage].” This is not the first time a transactional sugar arrangement has turned romantic for Stacey. Her previous sugar daddy was a 45-year-old Hong Kong businessman who would travel to Singapore once or twice a month. Eventually, they developed feelings for each other. When COVID-19 struck, he asked that she move to Hong Kong to be with him but she refused.  Pandemic or not, Stacey maintains that she would not have given up her finance job and life in Singapore; her career is her priority. So, they ended the arrangement. “I [felt] sad to call it off, but bobian lah (no choice),” Stacey laughs. Sugar baby versus sex work However, Stacey clarifies that not all sugar relationships turn serious. At the core of being a sugar baby is providing companionship and/or physical intimacy as a paid-for service. It would do most sugar babies well to remember that a sugar daddy is a client, not a boyfriend.   This exchange of young bodies and time for money and a lavish lifestyle is why some associate sugar babies with sex workers. Stacey explains what sets being a sugar baby and a sex worker apart is the freedom of choice. Like their sugar daddies, sugar babies can decide who they want to be in an arrangement with. They can either have one or multiple ongoing arrangements, but usually see one person a day. They can negotiate for what they want and are willing to offer; physical intimacy can be completely off the table. Sugar babies and their daddies do build an emotional connection with and care for each other. If they feel the sugar relationship is not going the way they want, they can call it off.  On the other hand, sex workers usually have multiple customers lined up daily. They might not always have a choice of who they sleep with and force themselves to have sex even if they don’t want to. Their relationships with their clients are typically a one-off or short-term affair. Being a sugar baby as a side hustle Another key distinction is that a sugar daddy does not want to feel like he is a John. Neither does a sugar baby want to feel like she is a prostitute. That is why sugaring terminology sees certain words substituted to promote a dynamic of mutual respect. “Intimacy” is used instead of “sex”; “companionship” as a replacement for “time and emotional labour”; “meeting” or “dating” over “ordering” or “going to”; “client” and “worker” are discarded for “partner”.  In some ways, keeping a sugar baby is like maintaining a courtesan, aka self-made women who were ‘professional mistresses’ to wealthy and powerful men during the 14th to 17th centuries. Often, they were intelligent, well-dressed, independent and had talent. In exchange for their services, entertainment and companionship, they were given luxuries and status.  This mirrors the modern-day relationship between sugar babies and sugar daddies. To keep a sugar baby, he has to wine and dine her; and compensation can extend to providing career advice, housing, social connections… On her end, to keep her man, a sugar baby has to offer more than just sex. She has to know how to flirt, negotiate, pacify, hold a conversation, and carry herself well. Above all, she needs to have confidence. At the end of the day, a sugar baby is a businesswoman who puts herself first. As a sugar baby, Stacey knows this. That’s why she spends a significant sum of money on skincare and lipstick to maintain her looks. But she is not doing it solely for her sugar daddy. She’s mainly doing it to feel like and be the best version of herself. Finding A Sugar Daddy In Singapore Even though it is clear the sugar baby holds less power due to her lesser financial capabilities, a sugar relationship is still a mutually beneficial arrangement between two consenting adults. Despite Stacey’s openness and positive attitude to sugar relationships, she acknowledges that there will always be some who look down on her unconventional lifestyle choice.  “[They will] judge you, say that you’re shallow, incapable, stupid. They will think that [being a] sugar baby is just [about providing physical] intimacy so that you can get an allowance. But it’s not like that lah.” “I’m very confident, so I don’t really care about what other people say about me. I don’t need to explain myself to others, because I’m happy with what I’m doing.” https://zula.sg/sugar-baby/
Meet Stacy, a sugar baby who prefers fucking guys who are at least 1.8m content media
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Baba Yaga
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Nov 06, 2020
Punggol settlement looks like a fucking ghost town now. content media
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Oct 16, 2020
Talented illustrator Angee Neo admonishes tactless PAP politicians through her cartoons, and more...... content media
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Baba Yaga
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Aug 16, 2020
SG influencer Dee Kosh allegedly preys on young boys content media
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Baba Yaga
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Jul 25, 2020
In Chillin' In The Lounge
After more than a decade of making a name for herself in the social media sphere, Xiaxue has locked her blog and Twitter account. The blogger-turned influencer has also filed for a protection order and harassment suit against the main members of the "woke mob" looking to "cancel" her. Lines crossed The situation was sparked by Xiaxue's comments on Workers' Party MP-elect Raeesah Khan, which led to a police report lodged against the influencer's past tweets. Speaking to Mothership, Xiaxue said that while she accepts criticism as part of being a public figure, things can cross the line. "I don’t foresee this behaviour stopping anytime soon and I feel when people try to destroy my livelihood and harass me non-stop, I should not just take it lying down," the 36-year-old said. "I just want to make it clear it’s not that I wish to shut anyone up just because they disagree with me. I respect their right to have their opinions, but they should not be defamatory in nature. I do not resort to legal means often but sometimes it really crosses the line when real life ramifications like financial losses happens." Xiaxue revealed that she has tried to explain the context of her posts to the main instigators of the mob, but they were reportedly "not interested." Since successfully getting an interim protection order, a member of the mob has taken down her posts and privatised her account, according to Xiaxue. "[The interim protection order] means that the court deems the content written about me is sufficiently harassing to warrant that it be taken down now, pending a full hearing," she said. Fong Wei Li, her lawyer for the case and a long-time friend, explains to Mothership how "cancelling" someone can cross the line to harassment: "Cancelling someone usually involves making negative comments about that person publicly. And when it can be objectively shown to a court that these comments will likely cause the person being cancelled to feel alarm or distress (for example, when the comments adversely affect a person’s income or livelihood), the court may regard the comments as harassment. It doesn’t matter that the comments are true; even a true comment, when publicised irresponsibly, can cross the line and become harassing in nature." Fong, who deals with commercial and civil litigation, is a director at DC Law. His profile states that his forte is in media and internet law. Xiaxue is also considering further legal action, citing defamation as a possible case. Locking her socials In light of the situation, Xiaxue's blog and Twitter are now inaccessible. Prior to this, her blog has already been inactive for some years, barring her most recent post titled "Raeesah Khan, GE 2020, and being labeled a Racist." More at https://mothership.sg/2020/07/xiaxue-harassment-lawsuit/
Cunt blogger Xiaxue can't take the heat no more, goes crying to her lawyer and locks both blog and twitter accounts content media
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Baba Yaga
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Jul 16, 2020
In Current Affairs
Quite the SYT wouldn't you agree?
[GPGT] TPL back when she was a student at Hwa Chong JC in 2000 content media
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