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    A very popular Buddhist monk arrived today at Changi Airport Terminal one. There were hundreds of devotees to welcome him. There was only one airport staff present to control the big crowd. I asked him where are the airport police or barricades? He could not answer me. Instead, he went into hiding.:confused.

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    knn...botak ...kraaaaaaaapppppppuuuuuuuuiiiii

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter View Post
    knn...botak ...kraaaaaaaapppppppuuuuuuuuiiiii
    ????apa ini?????
    Cock-up of the century by Kingrant (LKY ball carrier and idiot who took LKY's claims in his books as gospel truth): On 31st August 1963, LKY declared unilaterally Singapore's independence, and hence Singapore was independent for 16 days until it merged with Malaysia
    The following idiots took LKY's speech (Singapore Government Press Statement MC.AU. 59/63(PM)) on 31 Aug 1963 as a declaration for an independent Singapore: Scroobal, Kingrant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kukubird58 View Post
    ????apa ini?????

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    Spiritual nonsense

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    A very popular monk? I have not heard of him before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruxx View Post
    Spiritual nonsense
    stupid ppl fear them yet seek them ....kruppppppuui

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    He is the abbot of tat Buddhist temple in River Valley Road. When he appears, the devotees started to chant. I dunno why. Has he become a Buddha? Not bad for a monk to be accorded such a half god status.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter View Post
    stupid ppl fear them yet seek them ....kruppppppuui
    Drifter..what has he done to u....hy you like him so much?
    Cock-up of the century by Kingrant (LKY ball carrier and idiot who took LKY's claims in his books as gospel truth): On 31st August 1963, LKY declared unilaterally Singapore's independence, and hence Singapore was independent for 16 days until it merged with Malaysia
    The following idiots took LKY's speech (Singapore Government Press Statement MC.AU. 59/63(PM)) on 31 Aug 1963 as a declaration for an independent Singapore: Scroobal, Kingrant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanny View Post
    He is the abbot of tat Buddhist temple in River Valley Road. When he appears, the devotees started to chant. I dunno why. Has he become a Buddha? Not bad for a monk to be accorded such a half god status.
    Singapore Buddhist lodge?
    Rise and rise again, until lambs become lions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kukubird58 View Post
    Drifter..what has he done to u....hy you like him so much?
    like him ?????


    by the way bro kukubird i didnt know you got a twins brother . no wonder tracytan scare to meet you ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by wikiphile View Post
    Singapore Buddhist lodge?
    yes...i dunno his name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanny View Post
    yes...i dunno his name.
    his name is botak .

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter View Post
    l


    by the way bro kukubird i didnt know you got a twins brother .


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    hahaha...your editing skill not bad hor...
    Cock-up of the century by Kingrant (LKY ball carrier and idiot who took LKY's claims in his books as gospel truth): On 31st August 1963, LKY declared unilaterally Singapore's independence, and hence Singapore was independent for 16 days until it merged with Malaysia
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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter View Post
    his name is botak .
    me again

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    Quote Originally Posted by middaydog View Post
    me again
    oiiii botak....got the pic of the naked gal or not?
    Cock-up of the century by Kingrant (LKY ball carrier and idiot who took LKY's claims in his books as gospel truth): On 31st August 1963, LKY declared unilaterally Singapore's independence, and hence Singapore was independent for 16 days until it merged with Malaysia
    The following idiots took LKY's speech (Singapore Government Press Statement MC.AU. 59/63(PM)) on 31 Aug 1963 as a declaration for an independent Singapore: Scroobal, Kingrant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kukubird58 View Post
    oiiii botak....got the pic of the naked gal or not?
    _ot




    ( wanted to type _ot but yesterday spill coffee on keyboard now letter jee missin_ )

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    real monk or those conmen type. we don't want another ming yi or those fake thai monks

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