sorry media, i'm not an etiquette/social watch dog, just a huge fan of public transport. and i would realli enjoy having a gracious bus/mrt ride once in a while. this is juz a hobby, i dun bounce off the walls when i see irresponsible public commuters or disgusting singaporeans. i can be reached at for more information, please DO NOT add me on msn or friendster.

Sunday, October 23, 2005


i was taking my shuttle bus home
when this couple boarded and the girlfriend sat beside me
then the boyfriend (i think) squeezed in between us

he try to open his leg to 90 degrees already leaning on my leg
so i shifted over a little, already sitting like i got no dick
and that girl crossed her legs

then he began to get comfortable being given in
wa lao.. cannot forgive his 120 degrees wide spread
bet his balls kena abrasion
his leg even crossed over to my boundary

and look! its a two-sitter
in between got a bump to separate the two seats

this time realli du lan already
look carefully if he's ur friend
if u know the girl sitting beside him
please tell her that guy ought to be kicked in the balls


enough of the unpleasant experience
this is not such an evil world after all, lets have some warmth in singapore
see picture above, the woman in the box
i was sitting at the corner right "behind" her
later when these mother and daughter came, i willingly gave my seat to them
you must be thinking "wa-- wat a nice guy, i can marry this kinda guy"
but sorry, i'm not the bleeding considerate commuter.
the award rightfully goes to the chinese woman in red; and in the red box.

because she stinks. smells like ermmm.. rotten pork
then how do i know wat rotten pork smells like?
well.. i dun, cos she's wearing red, it reminds me of red meat and she's a little plump.
beside me were a group of nice soft spoken maciks in tudongs who alighted at paya lebah
probably going to the mosque, at first i tot it was em
not because i'm racist (i'm not) but the fact that i was sitting at the corner
so i inched in and smelled their tudong (yes, i do that, i'm a freak)
but its not them, after they alighted, the smell was still very pronounced
so i took out a piece of tissue paper and tested the wind direction in the mrt
and i caught the culprit - the aunty in red
(please also note, being the nice guy, i'm shielding the maciks from the pork)

why is she considerate?
cos she knows she's smelly and she din sit down and stink everyone
in fact she chose to stand at a corner where the plastic board blocks her smell from being blown all the way down the mrt carriage. and take note, she got good scientific mind! only that her surface area was probably too big and the odour molecules overflowed slightly through the gap. so the corner seat suffered. imagine if its an old lady sitting there, i think sure knock-out. but kudos! we still have considerate singaporean public commuters.
if u happen to know her, or maybe ur mum does, do praise her for me!

for a final note, juz in case i get mean comments again:
no, i'm not trying to sabo the PRC mother and daughter wit the pram.
its juz normal instinct cos after all i'm a considerate commuter and it wouldn't be nice to warn them the considerate aunty stinks. and juz in case i get mean comments saying "so u think u write about other ppl very nice? u are not nice. u are an evil man! i hate u!" yes please hate me, and tell all ur frens to visit this site. make up the most 'happening' story u can.

for the finalest note, u can also take it that i'm trying to educate the public.
to make singapore a better place to live in.
for ourselves, our children, and our children's children.
sorry for being cheong hei (long-winded). have a nice day!


At 1:54 PM, Blogger Mickell said...

I'd be pissed too if i were u.

At 8:46 PM, Blogger bEar said...

wah u can slowly compile these stuff and make it into a book~

At 8:46 PM, Blogger bEar said...

wah u can slowly compile these stuff and make it into a book~

At 11:12 AM, Blogger ruz~* said...

eh how you test for wind direction using tissue sia...sound like a cheem physics experiment


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