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Singaporeans lately have been enveloped in a salted egg craze. From salted egg chips, to salted egg bubble tea, even a salted egg fish skin junk food. heck, even McDonald's jumped on the bandwagon by introducing salted eggs loaded fries.

But one thing McDonald's have not done in Singapore is to introduce the salted egg sauce for its McNuggets. Which it had done in Malaysia, which will hit stores in Malaysia today. It is part of their Salted Eff Yolk Invasion promotion. Salted egg is going big in Malaysia!

McDonald's Singapore have not announced any salted egg sauce to be sold in stores here. We believe if it ever happens, it will overtake the good old curry sauce as the favourite sauce of Singaporeans

Have you ever went on a graduation trip with friends? Did you have fun? A girl named Audrey Chong shared her experience with Youth.sg. The story was posted on their Facebook page. You can read the full post below:

“I thought planning a holiday with my friends would be all rainbows and sparkles, but the execution was a lot tougher than I expected.

I faced all sorts of problems, from convincing worried parents and gathering enough money to finding friends who will not bail out before the trip. Even on the holiday, things like Google Maps messing up and us having to share one portable Wi-Fi router while on separate routes only led to more arguments.

But the most challenging thing for a non-early riser like me was being on-time. In a country like Japan, where a bus that comes at 5.01pm is gone by 5.02pm, being just a minute late would require us to change a whole day of plans.

So, if someone asks about going on a grad trip, I'd advise them against it. Because no staycation in Singapore will ever prepare you for a trip in a foreign country.”

- Audrey Chong, 19, Student

Many Netizens lambasted her for her story and we can see why. Her 'problems' include convincing parents and gathering enough money. While we agree that Google Maps messing up might be a problem, there are also places where you can purchase hardcopy maps. Also, don't you think that an argument between the friends over a Wi-Fi router just screams strawberry generation?

What took the cake was how she thought that a staycation in Singapore will prepare her for a trip in a foreign trip.

We can only imagine the amount of work that she put in to 'gather' the money for her trip. -Shudder-

A man has claimed that he fell into what he termed as quicksand while at Pasir Ris over the CNY holidays. The man, who said he was not a Chinese, decided the best way to spend the CNY holidays was bringing his family out for a picnic at Pasir Ris Beach.

The family reached the beach sometime after lunch, packing the usual picnic stuff like mat, frisbee, lunch boxes and mat, and were ready for a relaxing afternoon under the hot sun. It was at about that same time that the low tide set, and thus, the man decided to venture into the shore to hunt for seashells, hermit crabs and mussel shell. After about 10 minutes of exploring the shoreline, he came across a man was was waist deep in some black mud-like substance. Although that man was not sinking any further, it was quite obvious that he looked anxious. The man decided to help, but by stepping close the the man in trouble, he too found himself sinking, and finally fund himself knee deep in the mud like substance.

The two trapped men however, subsequently managed to crawl their way out of the predicament. While the man said that they were never in any danger, as the furthest they could have sunk was about waist deep, but in high tide, the water level might have submerged them, with no way they could have crawled out in time. 

Aloysius Pang's funeral was held over the weekend at 82A Macpherson Lane. Many fans, young and old came to grief and pay their respects to him. While funerals are a generally sad event, there are no rules that you can't show any other emotions. Some people laugh while they reminisce about the good old times. Some smile sadly and some just cry.

Influencer Soh Pei Shi was caught on camera by a Today reporter, laughing. The picture was published on their Instagram page. Soh Pei Shi then received a lot of flak for laughing at the funeral. Netizens were asking "what's so funny", "why is she so rude", etc.

While we understand why the fans are angry with her for laughing at the funeral, they should also come to terms with the fact that some people have different coping mechanisms.

Soh Pei Shi then posted a Insta story to apologize and explain her side of the story:

She explained that she was having a private discussion with her friends about an old story with Aloysius. Which they laughed about as it was a happy memory. She then subsequently apologized for how the picture turned out. 

However, her good friend Jayley Woo spoke up for her after she apologized for the messes:

Jayley thought that Soh Pei Shi didn't have to apologize as she did nothing wrong and hoped that those who jumped to conclusions would apologize instead.

While we are all grieving, we should also keep in mind that everybody has different ways of coping. Some think of the happy memories while some just want to break down and cry. We should not be too quick to assume that some people do not have any respect for the departed.

In an online post, an anonymous user who said she is a girl and is currently in a relationship with a guy. However, she wrote in the online forum asking for advice, as according to her, the boyfriend was found to surf and frequent sites such as Sammyboy forum.

Sammyboy Forum is a Singapore sex-themed forum with discussions on sex, hiring of prostitutes and even rating massage parlour for their sex services offered by the girls working there. The forum recently came under the spotlight when 6 of the forumers were caught taking upskirt photos and videos of unsuspecting women in SG, and their videos and photos were shared in the forum. 

According to the girl, she can accept it if her boyfriend had paid sex with other women before their relationship, but she is not ok if the boyfriend partakes in a forum that encourages the sexual objectification of women. She then asked if she should end her relationship with the boyfriend. 

Singaporeans have a love-hate relationship with McDonald's. Take Assiddiq Sallim for example, who was very angry at the fast food chain for removing the Spicy Chicken McWrap from their menu. 

You must read his story.

"From a young age I had a strong dislike of white bread to the point that i was unable to consume it... for many years since then have i felt left out and jealous as my peers would share how much they love the McSpicy chicken."

Imagine how happy he must have been when McDonald's introduced a Spicy Chicken McWrap? He would eat it every week because he doesn't have to deal with disgusting white bread anymore.

But imagine how his world collapse when they removed it from the menu a few weeks ago. He could not find anything elsewhere that tastes as satisfying and was confused as to why it was discontinued. 

"I was disappointed, distraught, confused and most of all hungry."

Poor Assiddiq. Can McDonald's save him from hunger by putting the Spicy Chicken McWrap back on its menu? Surely there's more than one customer who is starving without the McWrap.

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