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  • Dec
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Condom-MANIA!

 


via theStar:

Flat dweller hanging condoms out to dry irks neighbours

HANGING laundry out to dry from a flat window may be acceptable, but condoms?

A Singaporean high-rise dweller is said to have resorted to recycling used condoms by “air-drying” them from the window of his flat, according to a report in China Press.

More than 100 used condoms were put out to dry, according to a disgusted neighbour.

“This is sickening. You can see from afar that some of the condoms had turned brownish,” she said, adding that the unit belonged to a middle-aged man living with his wife and two children.

“Rain water will be dripping from the condoms onto pedestrians walking on the ground below,” she pointed out.

Ewww….

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via Asian Pacific Post:

Condoms ‘too big’ for Indian men

A survey of more than 1,000 men in India has concluded that condoms made according to international sizes are too large for a majority of Indian men.

The study found that more than half of the men measured had penises that were shorter than international standards for condoms.

The study found that more than half of the men measured had penises that were shorter than international standards for condoms.

embarassing…now the whole world knows…lol

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  • Nov
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‘I am not a poor thing’

 


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-Wakes up at 4.30am
-Leaves JB home at 5.00am
-Arrives at Causeway at 5.30am
-Arrives at school in Woodlands in time for 7.30am flag-raising
-Returns home at 8pm after CCA (Co-Curricular Activities)
-Sleeps at 10.30pm

While pampered Singapore (& also most Malaysian) kids are sleeping, he wakes up at 4.30am at his Johor Baru home in order to get to his Woodlands school by 7.30am. He takes 1 1/2 hrs by public transport to cross the Causeway and reach Fuchun Primary School in Woodlands. Because of the long journey, he eventually gets only about six hours of sleep.

He said: ‘It’s not tiring, not at all, I’m already used to it.’ He’s been doing this since last year when he transferred from a school in Malaysia. He also doesn’t think he is at a disadvantage compared to his Singaporean peers who don’t have to make the long trip.

He said: ‘I don’t think I’m a poor thing at all.’

His father, 43, works as a shipyard worker in Singapore and alternates between living in Malaysia, Singapore and being on board a ship. His family has an average monthly household income of about RM5,000 ($2,100). Of this, about RM2,000 is spent on tuition fees, music lessons, and badminton coaching for him and his brother, 16, an ACS (I) student.

poor boy…and there are lots of them like that! sighz…

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