reading behs blog she gives an impression that shes a super slut spg....
The stories were interesting though, I would like to know the next chapter... i.e. whether she ended up sleeping with her rich not so young regular customer.
Dear BT, just ignore the Bors. From their comments, I know that they were never as they claim to be - ex-staff of SQ. They even don't know that Betty Wong was one of your ex-bosses. The Bors are just mischievious irritants. So don't bother about them. Just continue with your interesting stories. I can also contribute some to you as I was also part of your group. Xcrew.
Why don't u ppl tell Beh what u think of her in her blog. This Boh's blog leh....unless u want me to carry yr comments to her...aiya i got better things to do lor.U wanna contibute? U are from my group? Then email me lor and I post yr story for u ok?
One Cabin Crew love story you may like to share is that of LS A Yap who died of some sort of blood disorder related to leukemia. The lady doctor in charge of him at GH fell in love with him, they got engaged but he went blind and died. Xcrew.
Oh sorry I forgot to mention. It was around 1972 that LS A Yap became sick, if you remember. Xcrew.
Was he Andrew Yap?...I hve not heard that story. Andrew was not an LS....but if u hve the story plse email me and I'll post it here for u...X crew.Thanks,
Lolita saidwhy write stories abt the dead respect them n let them rest in peace
Andrew Yap was a Leading Steward on the B707 in 1972. He was in his twenties, handsome and charming with a pleasant personality. Sometime in that year, he discovered that his body bruised easily with slight knocks from work in the aircraft. And the bruises did not go away. He went to consult the Company doctor who referred him to the General Hospital for blood test. He was diagnosed with acute leukaemia and warded in the hospital for treatment. About a month after his hospitalisation I visited him and he was as usual pleasant and cheerful. A couple of months passed and I was told that Andrew had become blind. After that I visited him again. His blindness did not depress him for he was still his cheerful and pleasant self. He was hopeful in getting better. He passed away about a month later.While Andrew was warded, a young lady doctor in charge of the ward attended to him. Their almost daily interaction of doctor and patient developed to that of close friendship. Their fondness for each other grew and they fell in love with each other. Despite his condition, the doctor lover had hopes of Andrew’s recovery. Just before Andrew’s condition worsened to blindness, they decided to get engaged. Even after Andrew became blind, his fiancée doctor stood by him, encouraging him to fight his leukaemia. But the disease got the better of him and finally after months of treatment and struggle against the disease, Andrew passed away.This is a true love story with tragic end. Xcrew.
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