It is either interesting or humourous,
Or else it won't be here.
This is taken from http://www.stomp.com.sg/
"Observations on Humour
Mediacorp, which produces a string of "singlish" low end humour programmes, makes me cringe, each time I hear the spoken word.
As a further illustration of this point. This is what you are up against. Read…or should I say "leed lah" ...and enjoy!
"Oxford Dictionary: Singaporean Edition?"
Some low end humour:
1) LILY - adverb. extremely, really.
'Wah, you lily can sing well ah!'
2) VALLEY - adverb. extremely (same with lily).
'Look! My Versachee belt, valley nice hor?'
3) GORGES - adj. stunningly beautiful, normally found with valley.
'Wah! Ah Beng's girlflan is valley gorges leh!'
4) CORAL - verb. to bicker.
'Why, you not happy, ah? Want to coral, is it?'
5) REEF - (normally followed with coral) to argue with.
'You lily wantto coral reef me ah?'
6) ALTITUDE - adjective. a disagreeable demeanour. '
'Ah Lian lily got a bad altitude ploblem'.
7) CIRRUS - adj. certain.
'You cirrus or not? Dun bruff!'
8) CANOPY - phrase. impossible.
'He bought new handphone? Canopy lah! Where got money?'
9) OLDLADY - adj. completed.
'Wah...you finish oldlady ah.'
10) SUIT - verb. to project forward.
'Suit! Suit! See goalkeeper come out oldlady.'
11) SOW - verb. to reveal.
'Sow me, sow me your new ting.'
12) LOAD - noun. a path normally made up of gravel & tar.
'We go Orchard Load leh.'
13) BLINK - verb. deliver, send.
'What you blink for me? Sow me, sow me.'
Reg Joseph (a former Singaporean)