We’re not starting a cult but some followers on Instagram would be nice. Thank you.
The first and only time I met Terence Koh was in April 2021.
He had accompanied his partner (seems a bit childish to call them boyfriend/girlfriend eh), socialite Jamie Chua, to the Mothership office for our interview with her.
Jamie spent close to an hour in our office, with Terence waiting for her over his phone and a cup of water, if my memory serves me right.
He would chime in to provide the occasional repartee on her behalf, but pretty much did his own thing otherwise.
I would have described him as patient and polite, perhaps, but “funny” was not the first thing that came to my mind.
But I have been proven wrong.
Terence, a lawyer, is selling Jamie’s stuff on his own Instagram page, and boy is he hilarious.
While there used to be listings for everything from apparel to furniture, those that are currently pinned to his Highlights feature only clothes and shoes.
It’s a moving out sale, according to Jamie.
Of course, being pre-loved items from Jamie, these are branded items, but prices have been slashed quite drastically.
Expect to pay a couple hundred bucks per item, but there are also bundle sales where you can get four items for S$150-S$200.
As for why Terence is helping Jamie with such fervour, well, he has his own agenda:
And if you might be an interested buyer, please read his house rules first:
Why not donate them instead, you think. Because, as Terence puts it,
“DONATE TO CHARITY ALSO NO USE. WHAT USE WILL THEY MAKE OF HIGH FASHION CLOTHES AND LOUBOUTINS??! THEY WILL PROBABLY HURT THEMSELVES AND END UP IN HOSPITAL! NO NO NO!!”
Anyhoo, here are some listings that are no longer available (sold, we presume), but they’re too funny not to share:
And here are some stuff still up for grabs (if you’re the same size as Jamie):
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