The Singapore Health Promotion Board (HPB) has earned the Healthier Choice label over fellow Multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) title Dota 2.
“The salt content in Dota 2 is at extremely unhealthy levels and should be taken in moderation.” Said Mr. Kiam, spokesman of HPB. “When consumed in excessive quantities, Dota 2 players may face health complications such as kidney failure due to extreme salt intake. Severe cases may even develop into cancer” added Mr. Kiam.
“Heroes of the Storm is a much healthier alternative, and provides similar levels of entertainment, albeit less intense.” Mr. Kiam said at a press event.
Closing off with some advice, Mr. Kiam said that in addition to considering alternatives, players can consider “git gud” to avoid negative health implications.
Circles.Life has announced that it forsees a “foreign” brand buy-in by mysterious Squares.Soul in Q3 of 2018.
“We are very excited.” quipped Ms. Ai Mai, Circles.Life representative. “Circles.Life is extremely hip and up-to-date. We forsee an unannounced dip in profits in 2018 and a sudden re-brand that will really shape up the brand.”
Following in the recent footsteps of Gong Cha and Llao Llao in Singapore, Circles.Life foresees a change in branding toward a “third-party” takeover.
“We can foresee that mobile services will remain the same. We will no longer be a pointless company.” reported Ms. Mai. “The foreseen rebrand will be edgier and well-balanced.”
Ms. Mai ended the media event saying that other telcos should be ready to “square up.”
“It really resonates with what SMRT is providing Singapore with, every day.” Said SMRT spokesperson, Sum Ting Wong. “SMRT is not just about what we hope to achieve, but also what we are currently bringing to the table for Singaporeans.”
Wong has stated that the lyrics, “The ting goes skrrraa” in particular, speaks volumes about the recent Joo Koon train collision. Adding to the statement, Wong said about the line “When the ting went quack-quack-quack, You man were ducking.” describes perfectly the moment when the trains collided, causing unfortunate commuters to’duck.’
“You man thought I froze” was another excerpt particularly familiar with the SMRT ideals.
“It’s almost as if it was written to mirror SMRT situations,” Wong said about the line. “Many times, we just have trains waiting at stations due to a plethora of reasons.”
“Man is hot,” reported Big Shaq, recent worldwide-sensation rapper. “Man thought Man can never be hot, but here… here, Man is very hot.” Big Shaq continued to say, in the blistering 34°C weather.
Sweat was rolling down the sides of Big Shaq as he tried to flag a cab on the roadside of the MRT station, after the train failed to depart the station due to a track fault or some other reason, not that it matters.
Big Shaq most recently shot to fame after an overnight sensation following this video.
Upon entering the cab, Big Shaq was asked by the cab driver if he would like the air-conditioning on. “Ya dun know,” said Big Shaq.