Jun 16, 2010

The Orchard Road Flood - with pictures!

It's strange to wake up and hear that Orchard Road was flooded earlier today. I slept at eleven this morning and if I remember correctly, the rain wasn't too bad. I'm sure someone is getting his ass plucked big time by LKY as I write this post. Now that's a funny thought!

If you slept through the day like me or you're from another part of the world, check out the images below. These pictures were taken by my buddy Dean Ashley Rudge, a tattoo artist at Marc Pinto's Primitive Tattoo (Far East Plaza Level 2). If you wanna get inked, go see him!!!

To view more images, head on over to Dean's Facebook album by clicking here.

9 comments:

  1. These are such outrageous pictures!! Thanks for posting, I can't even imagine being in this
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  2. me thinking could it be during the construction of 313@Somerset, the contractors dump rubbish into the huge drain below the building?

    btw, Nuffnang ads quite smart huh? I can see Svenson ads and your header showing a botak picture of you... lol

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  3. I was kinda shocked to find out that orchard was flooded. I never ever thought it'd happen

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  4. OMG!! WHat happened to my clean and green S'pore???????

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  5. that stupid frog has not been coming to work and doing his job, that's why! lol!

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  6. Welcome Hailey. Thank goodness the flood was only in a few areas. =)

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  7. Hahaha! Of course Nuffnang is smart!!!!

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  8. Same here. When I woke up and read the news on my mobile, I didn't think it was that bad. But when I saw the images, it was hard to believe it was Singapore. Hopefully it doesn't happen again...

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  9. Wanna hear something funny? The roads in town were really clean after the flood. We drove by the following day and it was the cleanest it has ever been.

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