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  1. You need to add this one to your top 5:
    Keep clear of the person who carelessly carrys a large hand-held bag. One may get scrubbed, flapped on, scratched by, slapped and probably crushed by the bag. Perhaps a masochist may take to it!

  2. How about the lack of courtesy to the elderly, handicapped and pregnant women? I am 8 months pregnant now and so far, only 1 or 2 people have given up their seat on the MRT to me. Most of those who refuse to give up their seats (or maybe they are selectively blind) are fit, young people in their 20s and 30s who have no reason whatsoever to hog the seat, other than the fact that they lack civilization. Unfortunately, most of the courteous ones are the older folks who should take that seat in the first place.

    Finally,the comments I’ve read on this website seems to confirm that the “me-first” attitude is very much alive in Singapore.

  3. And also sometimes I see couple who make out in the train, children might be affected by the way they are making out and think it’s normal to happen in public transportation. Come on..

  4. Gabriel – come on. Kids these days are far more sexually educated than you might probably be. Live with the ages man – instead of trying to condemn people, accept it and educate the kids on the right kind of values. Over are the times of closing one’s eyes when children see people kissing. Let’s educate them to what a kiss means and who should we give a kiss to.

    Anyway, excellent article. I’d hate to point out the foreign workers who are probably used to not showering but their Body Odour can be rather revolting at times and given the fact that the air circulates ever so efficiently (or sometimes not), fighting for oxygen would no longer be the issue sometimes.

    Anyway, I guess the first type would be a distinct (and shameful) trademark of Singaporeans. And definitely those who aren’t courteous. What’s wrong with Singaporeans???

  5. The kiasu Singaporean:

    The self-proclaimed DJ:

    Eye-Spy With my Lil’ Eye:
    disagree. so you expect everyone to close their eyes in MRT? Do they harm you? why don’t YOU find a solution? (e.g. play at home, use privacy filter, etc.)

    Gossip Girl: Now in Singapore version. Not on subways, but on MRTs.:

    The Sticky and the Slimy:
    disagree. you think everyone have enough money? appreciate those who doesn’t.

  6. Singsporeans are no angels but there are quite a number of non Singaporean that are just as guilty

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