It was Thursday, April 21st. The mind had been in a whirl for a while now, having started the day with 2 wickedly amusing lines (in Chinese!) playing in my head. So I shared them with my boy as we [… more]

So, that WittyCulus mind of mine went into creative overdrive during the past few days 🙂 Totally without warning! A flurry of fun ideas, witty thoughts and activities like online research, dictionary flipping and gym workouts — a bit on [… more]

The Chinese language can be hard to learn, in my opinion. But sometimes, those characters can evoke the simply obvious, like the example here. (Of course, I’ve added my WittyCulus spin on it, just for pun 🙂 ) 饮水思源 (Pinyin: [… more]

“Save My World, Save My World” — These words and the song’s tune keeps looping in the head. With the incessant promo on TV of this Saving Gaia song, one can’t help but being brainwashed. Luckily, I still have my [… more]

Queues! Queues! Queues! Everywhere you turn, it seems there is almost always a line of people… Wait a sec, this activity of waiting in line is recognized as a Singaporean past-time. Suddenly it all seems to be clearer, doesn’t it? [… more]

It’s been a while since I wrote Lesson Three of my Singlish Primer. Well, inspiration is not something you can force, and I do need it to generate WittyCulus ideas. I’m not going to let quality slip here, not on [… more]

My long-lost friend, William Muk, is rather good at photography and creative design. And it seems he’s been eating out a lot lately. So I posted him on Facebook last week to consider starting a foodie blog, but he turned [… more]

“Then hor, I tell you — we go jalan after makan. Window shopping lah: look see only; got no money liao!” Does this make any sense to you? Don’t worry, it’s Singlish and quite easy to learn. Here goes… First, [… more]

“One dollar got; five dollar got…” Some of us might recall this TV ad of donkey years ago, where a male voice was heard spouting Singlish right on national TV. I can’t remember if it was a McDonald’s ad or [… more]

I hoped you’ve enjoyed my first installment on Singlish, published yesterday. While ideas are still fresh, this one 😉 is too good to pass up; so I’m reeling off a very short post today… In Singlish, we can say: “He [… more]