@ random streets of Singapore
So, Robert and Cynthia meet by coincidence in while Cynthia was in dire straits – so much for being ridiculous and stomping off from their previous meeting at a blind date (click here to watch). Moral of the story – don’t burn bridges.
- Singlish word: Malu (Malay)
Examples: You didn’t know who the US President was? Really malu.
You removed your dentures at the dinner table to clean them in front of the guests? Really malu.
I really malu-ed myself.
- Singlish word: Suay (Hokkien dialect)
Meaning: To be unlucky
Examples: Suay man. I can’t believe I had bird droppings land on me two days in a row.
My boss from my previous company that I couldn’t get along with has now joined this new company that I’m in. Really suay.