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Alamak what has Uncle Tan Kin Lian gotten himself into this time! The former presidential candidate (PE2011) is getting trolled on Facebook, after a post yesterday saying that he doesn’t like being called “dude”. Unfortunately, they don’t seem to appreciate Tan’s preference for another term (such as “uncle”, perhaps) and have shown him the “Voice of...

KOH: Singaporeans ah, you cannot just take and take and don’t give back ok. Especially when Singapore is facing a recession and there’s big ticket items at stake (like ministers’ salaries). You ask yourself this: what will happen if Singapore depletes its reserves? The answer is good luck and goodbye to our kids lah. Since Heng focused a lot on innovation during his Budget 2017 speech, here’s...

“Pussy” is an energy drink. “Pussy” is also a cat. And “pussy” is also… if you don’t know, you’re too young and should be having a talk with your lao peh. Now some enthusiastic marketeers have taken our Cardboard Mata standees, a bit too far in their bid to ride on his popularity. Like those “pussy” fellas above. Elsewhere in Yishun, some siao langs have concocted a whole new...

You know when nice Traffic Mata tells you NOT to play with your handphone while driving? There’s a reason for it – you suck at paying attention to multiple things at once. Like this woman, who can’t even be trusted to walk purposefully when using her handphone. Either that, or she was just dying for a dip in the shopping mall fountain. The incident took place in a Beijing shopping...

If you need something loooooud to spice up your wedding, why not get this machiam Slipknot heavy metal band to bang out a few tunes? These chaps were seen playing at a Malay wedding, and were captured on camera by Shafeeqah Ros. She said: “You can only see this at a Malay wedding. When Amok mengamok.” Amuk is a band that plays Malaysian jiwang metal music, with all the masks and such. This...

KOH: There are some things you should never do to your kids, such as feeding them broccoli, or making them get some weird-ass haircut for Chinese New Year just to show relatives how cute they are. With CNY around the corner, the custom is to get a trim to symbolise a new start to a new year, and to get rid of the bad luck from the previous year. So yeah, parents go bring your kids to the barber, or...

Looking back at Singapore 2016, this really was a year of super cock-ups, with each one closely matching the other in terms of sheer numbskull-ish behaviour (except for you, SMRT). That’s why we had a much harder time deciding on the eventual Redwire Awards winners compared to 2015. But ultimately we had to choose. So after many rounds of Tiger, here’s our choices… (1) Scandal of...

It’s not every day that you see such courteous behaviour on the MRT that would make Singa proud. This particular train ride was special – instead of rushing to grab and sit their plump ass down on any seat available, Singaporeans in a shocking move willing stood around as a water bottle took its seat. It’s unclear if the water bottle was pregnant with water or simply tired from a hard day of...

Lost in love and need a partner? How about giving Ralph Yee a try? After all, he’s supposedly good for “long-term family planning, cuddling and cleaning” and comes with good reviews. The lovelorn lad put himself up for sale on Carousell, presumably as a gag (we hope) after he broke up with his girlfriend. So distraught was he that he even listed a sofa she used to use for sale too. What...

The Oxford English Dictionary has included more Singlish words in its latest update on Monday. No lah, not Chinese Helicopter or Indian Helicopter or your great grandfather’s helicopter lah. More like Ah Beng, Aiyoh and Aiyah. The best (or worst) part is, all these latest words seem to have their origins in the term “nabeh” (if you don’t know what that is, don’t read...

Those who go jogging at East Coast Park know that he used to go jogging there too. Those who are active in school and grassroots activities know that he liked to shake hands (a lot). And those who read the papers know that at some point of time Mr S R Nathan was president (yeah goondu, between 1999 and 2012 to be exact). But in the wake of our late former president’s passing, more has been revealed...

Someone’s ass is going to hurt tonight. In its bid to play up the legitimacy of late former president S R Nathan’s presidency, it appears that some fact-checking wasn’t by Straits Times editors prior to releasing this story. An interviewee known as Lin Rong Xiang said (probably with much exuberance and gusto) that he voted for Mr Nathan when he was elected president. There’s...

National Day is just round the corner, but a question for all our flag-waving Singapore enthusiasts – how many of you know what the different symbols on our national flag stand for? Namely, the 4 stars, and 1 crescent moon, plus the colours red and white. No, the red and white doesn’t stand for how much blood and sweat we put into paying for COE and ERP. Don’t know? It’s ok...

Note of caution to those who like to bitch about people to others via text message – don’t send the bitchy text to the person you’re bitching about by mistake. Like this property agent who wasn’t happy that one of his potential customers was late for an event. By all of 2 minutes. Said the young lady client who was obviously pretty shocked to receive the rude messages: “”I can’t...