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Singapore Donkey is Singapore’s premier online news portal, offering the finest, unbiased, fairest and most balanced reporting available in the region.

37 Responses to About

  1. pure says:

    I stumbled onto your blog accidently and am glad that I did. Greatly enjoyed your wit and humour & will definitely keep coming back to obtain more of ‘the finest, unbiased, fairest and most balanced reporting available in the region’. Kudos!

  2. Matilah_Singapura says:

    Clap! Clap! Clap!

    Hip hip.. HOORAY!

    Well done. Very funny.

  3. ML says:

    A gentle reminder:

    Please note that the Singapore Penal code cannot allow such counterproductive, ill-informed, baseless, may I say TREASONOUS, statements to go unchallenged. Such irresponsible slanders are clearly a betrayal of the very Singaporean people and an abuse of the internet.

    We expect this site to be removed immediately and replaced with your heartfelt apology letter.

    Otherwise, we’re going to shut down the MRT station nearest your HDB flat. And tell all your neighbors whose fault it is.

    PS, Selamat Ramadan!

  4. Singapore Donkey welcomes comments from its readers. Please note that any information obtained from outside sources included here or in readers’ comments to articles must adhere to the strict editorial standards that readers expect from a fair and balanced publication like Singapore Donkey. Slanderous, libelous, baseless, counterproductive, or ill-informed comments may not be accepted.

  5. littleoldman says:

    I would like to advise you to post base on facts. Your posting so far is basless, and is dangerous to Singapore. I am sad that you choose to post and intend to mislead readers.

  6. The commenter littleoldman suggests that Singapore Donkey is posting baseless unfactual information designed to mislead Singaporeans. Nothing could be further from the truth. We at Singapore Donkey believe that only approximately 66.6% of Singaporeans are easily misled, with the remaining easily able to discern fact from fiction, news from satire, and dumb from dumber. The commenter littleoldman’s English is also not up to Singapore Donkey’s premier standards, which by chance are the same as the Minister Mentor’s as in the Speak Good English Campaign. Further ill-written comments may be deleted by the editors to maintain the high quality of this site.

  7. senbonsakura says:

    Great job guys!

    I wonder why a site like this has so few comments though..

  8. Toc984 says:

    Can I use your articles on my website?

    Thanks.

  9. Toc984, feel free to reproduce any articles on Singapore Donkey on your own website if you clearly state that the articles were first posted here. We ask that you cite our website as your source EACH time and include a link to the original article. This will also help ensure that your readers understand the “nature” of these articles. Thank you very much for your interest!

  10. a kentang says:

    stumbled on your blog. very zesty satire ^^

    cheers =)

  11. Henryc_au says:

    Straits Times (Pulitzer-quality Singapore newspaper)
    are you sure that you didn’t mean the ‘pull – it – sir’ prize?

  12. Ngee Boon says:

    This site is hilarious! I must mention that the headlines for the articles are sharp and well-written. Thanks!

  13. Dee says:

    Utterly hilarious. Good job!😀

  14. Pearly says:

    Hello Singapore Donkey!

    My name is Pearly, and I represent a group of final-year students from Nanyang Technological University, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. For our final year project, we are conducting an academic study of online practices and political perceptions of Singaporeans and would like to invite you to take part in this project.

    Your participation in this study is voluntary and you may withdraw from the questionnaire at any point. However, your participation is very important and we hope you will complete the questionnaire. We also hope you can help us publicise this and get your friends to participate as well.

    You will automatically be entitled to our lucky draw upon completion of the questionnaire. There will be 3 draws of S$100 each.

    The online questionnaire will take no more than 20 minutes to complete. Please click on the link below to start the online questionnaire:
    http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home2003/tayp0001

    Please be assured that your personal information will be strictly confidential and will not be used for any purpose other than this study. For any further enquiries, kindly contact Derek at tanc0006@ntu.edu.sg or 9007 9489 (HP) or me at 9339 9704 (HP).

    Thank you very much for your support and participation!

    Regards,
    Pearly

  15. BattleNet says:

    NOTHING’S REAL HERE!!!! IT’S A SATIRICAL WEBSITE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. Son of Harry says:

    Excuse me … wat is t’is … another blog or an online newspaper …
    Do u have licence to operate … Hmmm (My PAPa will not be too happy if u don’t. In fact, he will get very very angry)

    Also, there are no donkeys in Singapore … why the title.
    You ferret! Trying to make me look like an ass . right? (donkey=ass)

    Your articles make me puke. I like it. It removes all the toxic waste from yesterday’s Straits Times praises about me. I am detox now. HaHaHa.

    My lawyar make me put this disclaimer “The author of this feedback is a fiction-writer and any coincidence with real people are their fault, not mine.”. Dunno wat it means … something to do with dafamation suits. But I prepare T-shirts, lor.

  17. Singapore Girl says:

    Oh my GAWWWD! This is one of the funniest sites I have ever come across. Really needed a good laugh. M v surprised that not mant people knw about this sites tho.

  18. cheryl says:

    insanely hilarious!

  19. Dave Linehan says:

    where have you been lately????

  20. Uncle Toby says:

    Hehe. I enjoyed the articles. Keep going!

  21. Tim says:

    I too, stumbled across this website. We all have a serious side, but it is also good to have some humour as well. Please keep the articles going!

  22. kim says:

    just discovered this site. fab, laugh-out-loud stuff. finally, someone who realises singapore’s endless satirical potential and has the wit & imagination to exploit it to the hilt…please keep it up!

  23. Man says:

    You guys are nothing but a piece of shit . You should be called singapore piece of shit .

  24. Man says:

    Who are you to represent the Ssingaporean view ? Your comments are so childish and full of shit . You must have shit in your F…fucking brain if you ever havehad one up in your F…fucking head .
    How can one laugh at your ” jokes ” ? Your blog should be tiltletitled SHIT BRAIN.

    Note from Editors: Singapore Donkey was unable to accept the comment from “Man” as written because of poor grammar and spelling. The modifications (shown underlined) above were necessary to meet Singapore Donkey’s high standards.

  25. mule says:

    Hi donkey.
    Would you ever have the guts to come right out and disclose your identity?
    It is not funny reading about some of your fiction masquerading as “news” muahahaha
    You should try being at the wrong end of the stick sometime and have abit of your own medicine.

  26. mule says:

    Everytime I post something,there is a message:
    Duplicate comment detected; it looks as though you’ve already said that!
    This proves that donkey likes to have the last word and “blacklists”commentators who say what the donkey doesnt want to hear.
    The pot calling the kettle black?

  27. Mule, we are not “blacklisting” anyone and, like the Singapore Government, we encourage everyone to leave feedback with our Feedback Unit right here on the About Page. Thank you for your feedback! It will be taken into consideration. We make an effort to delete only spam, and readers are encouraged to look through our many articles; there are a fair number of negative comments. Perhaps the message you saw about “duplicate comment detected” was from WordPress’s spam-detecting apparatus.

    We do agree that Singapore Donkey News is too controversial for most sheep, but disagree that we do not have the “guts” to disclose our identities. We do have “guts”, but, unlike Singapore’s ministers’ and compliant judges’, our “guts” are not full of foie gras and beluga caviar. Singapore Donkey’s editors have received numerous threats of legal action, detention without trial, death, dismemberment, and forced sexual relations with NMP Thio Li-Ann. Therefore, for our convenience, our identities are now available only by subpoena. The main characters in Singapore Donkey’s articles all have the financial resources to take legal action against the providers of WordPress, in the legal jurisdiction where our servers reside, if they feel that is appropriate.

    A more relevant question is, do Singapore’s leaders have the “guts” to allow high-quality news sources such as S. Donkey to operate within Singapore?

  28. Phoebe says:

    Hi Singapore Donkey,

    Keep on posting. It isn’t nice, but the truth is always harsh, and people need to get two-sided views all the time. Enthralling and hilarious. Looking forward to more.

  29. Phoebe says:

    Am sorry, have posted a wrong link.

  30. Paul says:

    Sir –

    I applaud your efforts. Such a developed sense of satirical humour is generally missing and IMHO sorely needed in Sg’rean society. Your thus-far continued presence is heartening.

    Unfortunately, though unsurprisingly, it seems obvious from a number of comments above that the wit you demonstrate in your posts had gone completely over the writers’ heads. Perhaps a disclaimer of sorts, a la Talkingcock, might prove useful for both them and yourself? Our defamation laws are largely perceived to be among the harshest in the world, and your position at law appears somewhat precarious.

    Meanwhile, do keep up the good work!

  31. The Police says:

    We are watching

  32. Hello Donkey. I really like the short entries, I read all of them in a day! =D

  33. Michael Tim says:

    I love your site!🙂

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  34. Karen says:

    This site is great! Witty.

  35. Bluffy says:

    Oh my gosh! You totally make my day. I know I’m a bit late but me and my friend cannot help laughing our guts out at everything here. Sad that it hasn’t been continued.

    Waiting for something witty to reply here. In the meantime shall continue to rape your blog.

  36. smog says:

    I miss the Singapore Donkey – what happened to you?

  37. Anonymous says:

    Really?! I still am stunned this keeps going on in this day and age. This news was well received as I was not standing. I would love to wonder for the future. I will want to know this evolving issue and going forth.

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