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    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat View Post



    If I won the lottery a couple of times I would buy a house in this kind of street below just behind Sin Ming Rd - until then I will be sticking to HDB flat living with the rest of Singapore life's strugglers.

    How much are those houses?

    So you are back with the family? Seems like I missed that development but good to hear (that is if everything is alright again).

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    Those ones are around $1-$2 million dollars - it's the land that is expensive. Lucky people who didnt get their land acquired by the govt. My wifes grandfather had 3 properties near to the city (they were gambling dens actually) which he was forced to sell to the government at a low price in the 80's and was given the 'opportunity' to buy the flat I am living in now. Raffles Town Club (an exclusive members club) now stands where those houses were and the land must be worth an absolute fortune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klongmaster View Post
    Great pic SBF (The Original)...you're a lucky man with kids like that...

    Damn, he's even luckier to have roti like that available.... used to be the 'regular' Sunday breaky for a bunch of us ex-pats living in K. L..... even a couple of POMS

    E. G.
    "If you can't stand the answer --
    Don't ask the question!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat
    Maybe you could pass this revolutionary drainage idea to the Indonesian authorities KW. It helps prevent flooding and such.
    quite.

    we have drains, but they are used for rubbish disposal.

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    I think I showed my neighbourhood in that walk to work thread.

    Fuck all here really.

    Some nice enough folks though now they aren't scared of me.


    CMN - Was your missus wearing decent protective clothing?

    You do know that the roards and concrete in Thailand is just as hard as the roads and concrete in the rest of the world.

    WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.

    Were you wearing your skid lid?

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    I was wearing a lid, yes, thankfully.

    She was wearing jeans and a jacket and a lid.

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