Saikang warrior, n.

Etymology: < Hokkein or Teochew sai, 'fecal matter' + kang, 'work'. The term seems to originate from military (conscription) colloquialism in Singapore.

1. A person who does an undesirable job (either out of one’s good will or has been coerced into doing so) in the background not for one’s benefit but for the benefit of others.

2. Used in the army to refer to people of the lower ranks who are forced to do unpleasant jobs such as carrying heavy things for their superiors.
2010   LIEWMUNLEONG on Singapore Hardware Zone, #13348   meaning u sai kang warrior lah.. but this is a temp job right? after ur degree then u'll look for a more permanent job which hopefully is related to ur degree right?

2010   THE MISFIT RAMONES in Saikang Warrior (song)   Saikang warrior, shit’s on you/ Saikang warrior, everything you do

2 comments:

  1. Brown nosers and asskissers have been pissing off cool people since the dawn of time. At some point, they always get their comeuppance. See the link below for more info.



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  2. I also saw the last fight as a culminating metaphor for life. The message relating to how much of our pain and anguish is self inflicted, though many of us still double-down in treading our path alone and on our own terms, notwithstanding our misery. Eventually there comes a point where we may recognize that the true cost of "doubling-down" is actually greater than "tapping-out" (conceding, forgiving, repenting). In such a moment of great fear and vulnerability, we need someone to comfort us, someone to make it ok to let go. Only then m4ufree can we see that true "victory" (peace, joy - whatever that may mean to us) was never to be found alone. For this reason, the fight was absolutely necessary to complete the story. This is also why I think most viewers, including myself, at watch32 movies least got "a bit choked up" in this scene.

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