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[DEALS] Tefal: Home Appliance Sale – Up to 70% Off (28 Apr – 2 May 16)




Tefal is having their home appliance sale for the next 5 days. Enjoy great discounts of up to 70% from participating brands such as Tefal, Bodum, Brabantia, KRUPS, Rowenta, Zwilling J.A.Henckels and more.

From now till 2 May, head over to their warehouse at 59 Jalan Pemimpin, #01-01, L&Y Building to pick up useful home appliances at marked down price.

  • 28 Apr – 1 May: 10am – 6pm
  • 2 May: 10am – 4pm
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Woman who was 13 weeks pregnant almost tackled by man over priority seat: Whatever happened to courtesy?




Photo Credit: Gracia Chem

A woman who was 13 weeks pregnant, Ms. Gracia Chem, was feeling slightly ill as she boarded the train towards Serangoon at Paya Lebar earlier last week.

Seeing that the priority seat was vacant, she made her way towards it only to be almost tackled by a burly man who was rushing towards the seat as well.

Ms. Gracia Chem managed to get herself seated, only to be given the evil eye by this man.
The same man, allegedly took a picture of her, presumably to air his grievances about her online.



Here is the post put up by Ms. Gracia Chem


Photo Credit: Gracia Chem


And here are a few comments from members of the public

Photo Credit: Facebook


Facebook user Zhe You Tan, called for more patience and understanding.

While another Facebook user Valeria Chia, tried to explain that being pregnant is no walk in the park.

But what struck me most, was the last line of Ms. Chem’s post.

What is the purpose of the priority seat?


The fact that seats in our trains and buses need to be allocated as ‘priority’ seats for those who need it most, is very telling.

Are courtesy and graciousness then qualities that need to be extracted through strict policing?

And if that’s the case, can we genuinely call ourselves a courteous and gracious society?

Far from being a reserved spot for commuters who are in need of a seat, these ‘priority’ seats have become a symbol of entitlement and complacency.

I once saw a man yell a young girl off the ‘priority’ seat as he had just gone for an operation and was therefore in a great deal of pain.

But, what if the girl had been feeling unwell?

It has come to a point where only those who occupy the ‘priority’ seats need give them up to the elderly, the sick or those who are expecting.

As such, these seats are left primarily empty on trains.

When these seats are filled and there are others who require them, most people turn a blind eye.

Which brings us back to the question of what these seats do for us in the first place.

There needs to come a realisation that true altruism is a quality that cannot be forced, but must be intrinsically felt; that every seat is a ‘priority’ seat, and every commuter morally responsible.

Enforcing a tokenistic measure such as allocating seats, can only go so far.

Empathy will always be a ground up emotion.

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Grab Promo: Free Ride Worth S$15 Every Monday Promo Code (6 – 27 Jun 16)





It’s Grab’s fourth anniversary this month and they are so generous that they are giving out a FREE RIDE worth S$15 every Monday this June, starting 6 Jun! Don’t say we bo jio!

Share this news with your friends so they know you love you using Grab.

Simply book a free GrabCar with your credit card and use promo code “GRAB4YEARS” to enjoy the discount.

Use it to get to work, meet your friends, go drinking with your colleagues or to your favourite hangout.

We love FREE Monday Grab rides!

How to get your free ride!

  1. lDownload the Grab app from the App Store or Google Play and register your account.
  2. Tap on the menu on the top-left hand corner of the screen and select “GrabPay”.
  3. Click on “Add Credit Card” to enter your card details.
  4. Return to the booking screen to select your pick-up and drop-off points..
  5. Choose any GrabCar vehicle type and set credit card as your payment method.
  6. Enter the promo code GRAB4YEARS in the promo code field.
  7. Tap ‘Book’ and enjoy your free ride (up to $15 off)!

Promo code Terms and Conditions:

  1. Promo code is only valid on 6, 13, 20 and 27 June 2016.
  2. Valid on all GrabCar vehicle types only
  3. Valid for Card payments only.
  4. Limited to 1 redemption per user per Monday.
  5. Users are entitled to a total of 4 redemptions throughout the campaign period.
  6. Limited to the first 15,000 redemptions.

Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I need a promo code to qualify for this promotion?
Yes. Please use the promo code GRAB4YEARS.

Why can’t I use my promo code?
For the promo code GRAB4YEARS to work, you need to choose the GrabCar vehicle type, select payment via card and key in your pick up and drop off points.
Do note that you can only redeem this promo code once every Monday

When can I use the promo code?
You can use it from 0000hrs to 2359hrs on the 6, 13, 20 and 27 June 2016.

How do I know if I’m eligible for this promotion?
Key in GRAB4YEARS into the promo code field to check its validity.

I am eligible for the promotion. How do I claim my discounted ride?
Please see the (above) section on “How to get your free ride!” for detailed steps.

How many discounted rides do I get?
If you are eligible, you will get a $15 discount per GrabCar ride, limited to 1 ride per user per Monday, equivalent to 4 rides worth $60 throughout the campaign period.

For general terms and conditions, please visit

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Mothercare: Great Singapore Sale 2016 – Up to 70% Off, 1-for-1 & More (18 May – 10 Jul 16)





Mothercare, Singapore’s largest maternity, baby and kids retailer for over 30 years, will be starting their annual event in Great Singapore Sale 2016 TODAY!

From 18 May – 10 Jul, all their stores will be having a massive sale where shoppers can enjoy up to 70% off baby and kids apparels, accessories, toys, maternity and feeding products. There are also plenty of Buy-1-Get-1-Free offers where parents can look forward to.

Click the photos below for the catalog:

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