the mrbrown show: punggol 21 plus plus

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Punggol 21 plus might not get a makeover so soon, but it will get a naming exercise!

Podcast iconPodcast: the mrbrown show 21 September 2007: punggol 21 plus plus Download MP3 (MP3, file size: 1.1mb, Time: 00:02:13)


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7 Responses to “the mrbrown show: punggol 21 plus plus”

  1. sg punk Says:

    why no Pung Sai 21? sounds cooler.

  2. yeowatzup Says:

    this is much like what happened a few years back when PM announced that civil service is switching to a 5-day workweek. PM announces the good part during the rally and his lackeys announce the sting at the end of the tail in the following weeks (longer hours mon to fri, less leave days).

    now, PM show off fancy pictures, how P21 will look like. Leaves it to the lackey to announce it will take many years. some people have no shame. and people would vote such a piece of junk back again and again!?!?!?

  3. Gerald Says:

    How about “Pungo-polis”?

  4. fynyx Says:

    Pung Sai 21 sounds cruder in humour, which may not be enjoyed by so many of us.

    And mrbrown & team, the Pung-cast Bwa-ha-ha-ha -ha at the end was so spontaneous & infectious, I really could have rotflol!
    Thanks again!
    But … what is #1? i-Pong-Parch?

    -yeowatzup- (September 21st, 2007 at 11:32 am) has really got me thinking about the story of fooling monkeys with 5 peanuts in the morning, and 3 in the evening, “improved” from 3 in the morning then 5 later.
    In the end, it’s the same old, same old limited reality, after all that glitzy hype!

  5. DOM the Clown Says:

    Dear Mr Brown,

    None of you win if there’s a rename Punggol 21 contest. For me, I’ll sure win! I’ll place my bet on this very creative and innovative new name of……….”PUNGGOL 21″.

    Kacheng! My cash register is ringing!!!


  6. kevin Says:

    hey, what happened to that car-skidding sound at the intro music there? where did you guys get that music clip from?

  7. HohohoHorlicks Says:

    what about “Le Ponggolique” or “Chateau le Ponggue”? Peppering sentences with french never fails to add a shade of snob appeal (perhaps even increase property prices) and probably also guarantee no taxi driver or auntie will ever pronounce or remember it correctly.

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