Hello there. I am Terry and I am a full-time undergraduate based in Singapore. I take photos, write a blog and design websites.

And no, I'm not a teddy bear.

For the record

I am sorry that I have to put this message up. I am here to clear my name before any finger-pointing and name-calling thing begins.

This is really interesting. After a fallout with a good friend yesterday, his client’s database went down. His first reaction was to email me, with the title “Thank you for being a dick“, to indirectly accuse me of sabotaging his client’s database.

I don’t stoop that low to take anger out on people. Plus, I’m not some other sore, bitter man (or bitch, if you would put it) that goes around spray painting somebody’s properties just because what a certain someone did to me was unjustified, crude, juvenile and revolting.

I don’t touch people’s clients. I have a professional image and name to uphold, and as my friends in real life know me, I’m not that kind of person who holds grudges against people simply because I was maligned and being called a “fucking faggot” (how classy, by the way, isn’t it?).

While I can put with with name calling and false accusations, I will not tolerate anyone’s attempt to smear my name just because you have really deep problems with anger management.

Terry Mun

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14 responses to “For the record” » Leave a response

  1. abdusfauziResponse

    ops. what happened?
    this is absurd, pointing finger without proper check up.
    hope this issue will pass by fast.

    good luck ted :)

  2. christopher.Response

    Sounds like the work of karma, not our beloved Terry. People often get so full of themselves that they think others will break character and their own moral code just to screw with them. Very few people are important enough for that.

  3. m3d

    ;) good one coussie

  4. CadouriResponse

    People tend to misjudge and make a lot of mistakes, I know how it’s to be misjudged. People are wrong a lot of times. Cheer up and don’t give up!

  5. Bob St.John

    Terry ,

    I think you handled an unfair situation with far more
    intelligence ,maturity,and class than did your friend !
    No reasonable person doubts your integrity !

    Peace !

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