[New blog post] #MondayMusings Things that Shorties like me, have to deal with

[New blog post] #MondayMusings Things that Shorties like me, have to deal with

nadnut.com 01 Sep '14, 5am

This is a Monday's Musings - Random thoughts, feelings and musings by Yours Truly entry under my themed blog posts! For more info about the themed blog posts, do read the entry here . As some all of you guys may know, I am vertically challenged. Short. Petite. Like. Very. Short. Most of you guys may not be able to relate to this entry. But hey, here's a shoutout to fellow shorties, let's get th...

HANDS ON REVIEW: CASIO EX-FR10 – Free-Style Photography Never Been Easier

superadrianme.com 01 Sep '14, 11am
HANDS ON REVIEW: CASIO EX-FR10 – Free-Style Photography Never Been Easier

CASIO EX-FR10 is the world’s first wireless detachable camera in the world, it is the ultimate camera for taking selfies & wefie (aka group s...

#eville by Vertical Submarine gets people who don't understand satire (including me) all riled up...

mothership.sg 01 Sep '14, 10am
#eville by Vertical Submarine gets people who don't understand satire (including me) all riled up (via @MothershipSG)

A flyer with a message to “kill stray cats” that was distributed at the Singapore Night Festival over the weekend has caused a number of anim...

Travel 101: How to communicate with the locals who don’t speak any English

Travel 101: How to communicate with the locals who don’t speak any English

alvinology.com 01 Sep '14, 12am

I speak French as a second language and it has served me extremely well in my travels abroad. For example, when I am in Morocco a nd Tunisia, my knowledge of Arabic is very limited and very few locals speak any English. However, as these countries are former French colonies, I usually am able to get away with speaking French with the locals. I remember when I was in Turkey and I was totally los...

Hi Mr Goh, I am not sure about the purpose of my email. My sis told me to app...

transitioning.org 01 Sep '14, 6am

Indian woman teacher with 3 kids went on no-pay leave now left with $30 and much debts Jobles...

Always losing things? iCookie Anti-Loss Tracker might be what you need

justinlee.sg 01 Sep '14, 9am
Always losing things? iCookie Anti-Loss Tracker might be what you need

tl;dr - Small, light, slim, slick and stylish chic design and good battery life (~1 year) com...

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