50/50

I decided not to use this for print because after showing it
to a group of people, half got it while the other half didn't:
































































Which side are you on?

From the Rejection Pile ("Service dogs")

From June (2017), dog handlers from the Singapore Police Force
and Singapore Civil Defence Force K-9 units, and the
SAF Military Working Dog Unit will be allowed to rehome
retired sniffer dogs in HDB flats under a one-year
pilot expansion of Project Adore.

I did a Sunday strip based on the above and it got rejected:


Apparently, this can be printed only if it's PRIME AND PROPER:
that is, I MUST draw the cartoon character going to the police
to report the drug abuser.

My reaction:



Expensive taste

Four customers who got upset over a $28 bill wrecked a porridge restaurant...
and provided me fodder for this strip:


The idiotic Active Mobility Bill

Hi, Josephine Teo (Senior Minister of State for Transport)...
in case you've missed this:



The 13-month-old toddler broke her right leg.

Good job!

Aural assault

Just came back from Popular Bookstore at Bishan Junction 8
(2017 April 23, Sunday, 10.30AM).

Great customer service, thanks to one exceptionally helpful elderly staff.

It would have been a pleasant shopping experience if not for one thing:
the horrendous music played over the PA system.

It was a female "singer" caterwauling cover songs.































 I scurried the hell out of the store without buying anything.

Cyber warfare

A recommendation by the Committee on the Future Economy:
Use national service (NS) to train army personnel in cyber security skills
to prepare for the digital future.


Confuse them while they're young



































The tragic thing is, this pre-school does exist in Singapore.

From the Rejection Pile ("Tourist Attraction")

I knew even at the concept stage that this will be a "No Go".
But it had to be done.































I find it amazing that despite our annual floods, our train tunnels still stay dry.
The wondrous feat of engineering!