Monday, January 15, 2007

Vanishing Trades

Note: Any resemblance to person(s) living or otherwise is purely coincidental.

UPDATE (17 Jan 2007): Inserted new frame before the 2nd last one for clarity.


























Woman in red: "Hello handsome, want a massage?"







6 comments:

sÞ¡ηηєє said...

*LMAO*!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

this is so refreshing!!! wahahahhaahha!!!!

you could have display more vanishing trades... if any ;)

Anonymous said...

Actually, the PDMM tuina trade has not completely vanished... Just went underground...hahhah...

You caught the great snapshots of our Uniquely Singapore culture!

You rockz! :-)

Frente

Mickell said...

Those Chao Ah Beng touts selling imitations of branded expensive watches along Orchard roads is also an extinct trade in Singapore :D

Anonymous said...

eh I still don't get the joke of the last frame leh...

A.O. said...

Miss 'Long Hair' accuses her male colleague of tapping his foot, likening him to the dirty old man. Whether or not the guy did tap his foot isn't the issue.

As friends, they like to irritate the hell of one another. But in doing so, Miss 'Long Hair' attracts the attention of the dirty old man and he takes an interest in her and taps his cane enthusiastically.

Note in the second last frame, the tapping sound becomes louder and louder and like a 'lecherous invisible sword', it advances towards Miss 'Long Hair'

In gaining the unwanted attention, Miss 'Long Hair's plan to embarrass her male colleague backfires. He notices this of course and laughs out loud.

In exasperation, Miss 'Long Hair' stomps the guy's foot and it also serves as a warning to the dirty old man.

:)

Anonymous said...

haha thanks. i finally understand. was trying to guess who was tapping and what... =)

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