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    Famously known as "Singapore’s Only Male Bitch", Fauzi Rassull, is a popular blogger among the affluent city-state’s fashionable youngsters. Out of the many advantages of blogging, the best is that Fauzi is able to use it as a platform to voice his opinions to million of netizens out there. He feel that there is no freedom of speech at all in the world he is living in. He’s left with no other option but to use his blog so that his thoughts can and will be heard

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    Pretentious Singaporeans In American Accent

    I'm sorry but let me tell you that the way Singaporeans speak are so funny. Judging from a half-proud local like myself, I find it wrong but adorable in a way. Needless to say, Singlish already is ruining the current and future generation of Singaporeans.

    Singapore is, well of course, a mish-mesh of Mandarin, Malay, Tamil and English. Can you tell how diverse this place is. So many cultures in just one city! However, with all the "hor", "lor", "sial lah", "worx", "dei", and "poondeh" just tells us about Singapore.


    But I'm fine with Singlish as it is our national identity and a national disgrace to the rest of the world.

    Am I right to say this?

    So this leads me to a more exciting point!
    What makes you think being a Singaporean is cool?
    PRETENTIOUS SINGAPOREANS with a fake American accent

    There is no need to try to become "western" though some think that being considered "western" in behaviour, speech and thinking represents superiority and much more classy. Moderating Singlish (for better communication) when communicating with a Westerner is fine. But, never try to adopt his accent please. It's annoying.

    I've came across alot of pretentious Singaporeans, particularly who are married to westerners, are like that. They immediately 'act' like one. Others who work with or have western friends do put up an act like they're better than everyone else kinda attitude. Why is that so? Please explain! "Western" by its term is vague. It does not signify all positive. In common consensus, it refers to another ethnic group, the whites/the caucasians, which is different from the Asians and the cultural influences over the latter. We just need to get this in our brain.

    I just have to say that Singaporeans (not all) are poseurs who are attracted to something which are not us. For how long are we going to lie to ourselves? For how long are we going to hide things that makes us unique?

    I think Singaporeans consider themselves as modern and individualistic first before anything. They think and act in a modern way to survive and keep up with trends of globalisation and with the global situations. They think for themselves and their immediate families, trying to improve their standard of living over time. Who would have thought an accent can improve standard of living and all? Interesting.

    Cut the "fake" accent and just be who you are. What is so difficult? Still, I do find it very amusing though when a Singaporean tries to put in an "accent" when they communicate. Hahaha. They sound retarded.

    BYE BITCH! =)

    Posted on 2/10/2009