UGLY SINGAPOREANS

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 leongmingen@gmail.com for more information, please DO NOT add me on msn or friendster.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

updates!

hey people, sorry for not having the time to blog for a long time,.However, during this period of time i have not stop taking photos of the unethical acts of our fellow Singaporeans. So, these are the updates :)

Some times i just can't understand why parents encourage their children to stand on the bus seats with their shoes on. It's no wonder youngsters these days are just so spolit.


This man was causing so much unnecessary noise on the train with the railings and was also talking loudly on his phone, as if the train wasn't noisy enough.


Hair found within the food of a chinese restaurant isnt the first time, BUT this time it isn't just anyone's regular stray hair.

The women in white seating nearest to the door was trying to be a responsible Singaporean by helping the bus driver to ask the passengers to move to the back. Unfortunately, the black woman standing nearest to the door just refused to move. It's no wonder so many Singaporeans can't be bothered to be helpful anymore.

This was found at just one of the regular bus stops, and i'm thinking if i so happen to just see this once. How many such similar litter will there be around this small island of ours. Not forgetting that they not only attract insects but help in feeding the entire pest population.
Bags on the chair, i bet it isn't your first time you're seeing this. But now it seems like opening legs wide may be the new trend in taking up space in the train!

This woman turned out to be the worst of them all. Guess what she did?
The moment she stepped onto the bus, she approached a guy seating near to the door and actually asked him to get up so that she could actually land her butt on it.
Hoe ridiculous can be people be these days...
alrights, that's all for now.seeya :)

4 Comments:

At 10:20 AM, Blogger Jen said...

Being inconsiderate, 'kiasu' and 'kiasee' sure is the unique characteristics of Singaporeans. However, I must beg to differ that only Singaporeans possess such characteristics. As I am currently living off in Canada, I've certainly seen Canadians who behaves the way those Singaporeans act on public transport, and dressed way worse than people whom you blogged of. We, humans are not perfect. You might have, at some point in life upset another individual with the way you behave or the things you do.

 
At 12:10 AM, Blogger loving klein said...

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At 12:12 AM, Blogger edna said...

i've seen worst before!! there was once this pregnant lady boarded the train, one kind gentleman stood up and gave her the seat. HOWEVER, there's this disgusting middleage man who rushed to the sit and sat down. He started acting like the seat is rightfully his and ignored everyone around him.

 
At 5:27 PM, Blogger Dexter said...

I think that its not his fault.
This is just a psychology factor. You can see the train is not full. I bet most of the people will put their bags on the empty sits which has not been occupied due to the number of people in the train. Then when there are more people coming in to the train, they will immediately take their bags away to allow other passenger to sit. PLEASE, do not make any conclusion due to unreasonable factors which can't support your stand. You picture certainly proof you might not be right.

 

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