Garang Origin: Malay/army lingo – it means fierce Garang means fierce or when used in army lingo literally means gung-ho.
Hokkien Peng Origin: Hokkien/army lingo – Hokkien speaking soldiers of the Singapore Army “Hokkien Peng” refers to hokkien speaking soldiers of the early Singapore Army. This term usually refers to soldiers in the past when most spoke hokkien instead of english due to a lack of education.
Cock Hair Origin: Army Lingo – literally means pubic hair as well as a loose thread on the army uniform The phrase “Cock Hair” is used in the Army by Instructors/Sergeants. It is used in scenarios where the Sergeant inspects the uniform of a soldier and found a loose thread on/dangling on their uniform. I […]