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Tag Archives: The Noose
Most people who try to do a heavy Singaporean Indian accent fail miserably. Suhaimi Yusof on The Noose, nailed it. Chua Enlai does the Aussie accent. What do Australians think? Was it good?
Loads of local references and her Singlish accent is perfection.
The last bit is the funniest.
Think you’ll only get it if you understand Singlish.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glVxvnVlCwc] Chua Enlai always cracks me up. I guess only Singaporeans who hear Singlish everyday, will get the humour of the Avatar ride.
Michelle Chong does a spot on Philippino accent. Some Singaporeans really treat their maids terribly. Aren’t they employees just like any of us working in an office, but somehow they get treated a whole lot worse – dehumanized. Anyway I … Continue reading
I just love Michelle Chong’s spot on parody of the Singapore Obnoxious Aunty and Chua Enlai’s spoof of our Newscasters and their contrived accents. This episode is from an old season, but it’s such a classic. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1AugMhReoM]
I love this show that’s a parody of the local news and political situations in Singapore. This time the Noose spoofs the recent flooding of Orchard Road in Singapore. It also spoofs how much employers ‘care’ about their employees. Watch … Continue reading
The humour lies in Singaporeans being crazy about betting. To understand the clip you should know that the Singapore government has allowed families to ban known gambling addicts in their families from the casinos and it’s called the exclusion order. … Continue reading