Don’t get me wrong, Singapore is a great place to be.
If you have status,
and a well paying job,
maybe a trust fund hiding somewhere,
profitable business to take over.
I didn’t say it was an easy place to be.
I’m just saying the view is pretty sweet.
In case anyone wants to know what it feels like being at a solar farm:
It’s hella hot, I’m a whole shade darker, and if you aren’t into sweating buckets, it’ll suck.
On mornings I forget to prep my breakfast, I queue up at the Chinese bread shop.
I always tell myself I should get something different. Maybe something with no overly processed meat or a tuna bun.
I repeat this to myself the whole 10+ people who are queuing in front of me and ordering basically everything I’m not.
It’s finally my turn. The lady asks me what I want. I pause; hesitate.
And order the same damn thing I’ve been eating for the past one and a half years since I’d started working in Raffles Place
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