TL;DR – All you single ladies, quick go to Changi Airport now!
It must be a really slow news day at SPH.
Or maybe they are going all out to help Senior Minister of State, Mrs Josephine Teo, get people to hook up and
have sex and make babies form families.
Specifically to Terminal 2, where he works.
Unfortunately, while Mr Lee is single, it seems that he’s not ready to mingle. Apparently, he is not actively seeking a relationship. Instead, he wants to focus on his career. As for love… This is what Mr Lee said:
“I believe things will happen naturally if it’s meant to be, and if the right girl comes along”
Wait… What’s that sound?
Ah… That’s the sound of a million hearts shattering. Including Mrs Teo’s. One more young man putting off forming a family. Another young man having a “wait and see” attitude to love. Exactly the sort of attitude that Mrs Teo is against.
Mrs Teo thinks that the search for love should not be left to chance. She told Straits Times in the now infamous “no need much space to have sex” interview:
“When I meet young people and ask if they go and look for upgrading opportunities, they said ‘yes’. I said, ‘What about love? Do you go and look for love?’ They said ‘no’. I said, ‘Why not?’ They said, ‘If it happens, it happens’. I said, ‘You don’t think that upgrading and a good job, if it happens it happens, right? So why is it that you would apply that thinking to your career and your own education, but you don’t apply it to your personal life?'”
But. Ladies. Now that you know where Mr Lee works, nothing’s stopping you from being that “right girl” to “come along” Mr Lee’s path. Take Mrs Teo’s advice. Don’t wait. Be proactive. Head to Changi Airport. Now.
Changi Airport, I hope you are ready for the deluge of
desperate hopeful ladies looking for love.