mental indigestion

B is for Ban April 2, 2015

Filed under: Uncategorized — mel @ 7:00 am
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B50

Hint: My poem takes reference from the white sign in this photo.

The most notorious ban in Singapore is on selling chewing gum. I was pretty upset about that as a kid but it hardly bothers me now. The latest ban that took effect this month: public drinking between 10.30pm and 7am. This website is pretty detailed on the many, many other things one can be punished for.

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15 Responses to “B is for Ban”

  1. lol.
    black kittens tinier than your hand? What if they’re bigger than my hand? I have tiny hands! Can I pet them then?

  2. mel Says:

    @anna: your hands are tinykitty-approved. pet away!

  3. joannesisco Says:

    I burst out laughing at the black kittens tinier than your hand 😀

  4. mel Says:

    @joanne: glad to bring a little cheer! 😀

  5. mel Says:

    @njmagas: thanks! i had fun with it.

  6. Great poem… I’ll be putting all my wheels away then (everyone’s mentioned the kittens 😉 )

    Annalisa, writing A-Z vignettes, at Wake Up, Eat, Write, Sleep

  7. mel Says:

    @annalisa hahaha!

  8. Cherdo Says:

    I find some of these rules in other countries to be fascinating. Great post! 🙂

  9. Tarkabarka Says:

    Chewing gum? Really?… I wonder what the reasoning behind that is…

    @TarkabarkaHolgy from
    Multicolored Diary – Epics from A to Z
    MopDog – 26 Ways to Die in Medieval Hungary

  10. jazzfeathers Says:

    Hey, looks liek you have your own little Prohibition

  11. mel Says:

    @jazzfeathers UH HUH! But to take note it’s not so much restaurants and bars and sippies at home, but rather buying alcohol from 7-Elevens and drinking under the stars with plastic bags. BUT STILL.

  12. mel Says:

    @tarkabarka Dirt and train doors stick to it. Yes really.

  13. mel Says:

    @cherdo I think it does give some insight into a country’s culture/political climate 🙂

  14. Wendy Says:

    I think you just captured the Singapore I remembered… The Singapore under the shiny bits…


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