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.

Monday, June 21, 2010

June Updates

I always find discarded socks and adult underwear
all over the place in Brisbane - so often
It makes you wonder where the other sock is
or whether the underwear has cum/semen-stains

Note: Please do not speak to the Driver when bus is in motion.

Friday, June 11, 2010

elitist singaporean

contribution by "elitist singaporean"

Friday, June 04, 2010

To Sydney, With Love

Recently, I've read a news article from Sydney
talking about How Rude Singaporeans Are...
(Tamara Tahiessen. Singaporeans asked to chew on their manners. The Sydney Morning Herald. May 31, 2010.)
Here's my response:

Filthy students who couldn't even keep
their studying environment clean
Perhaps you may want to call this - JOBS CREATION?

Or maybe they simply couldn't care less
for the next person who's going to use the area?
Talking about being rude!

Basket! Barley/Rice in the urinal!
As Singaporeans, we are brought up in a way such that
Either in the kitchen, on a plate, in a bowl, on your spoon
or properly disposed IN THE DUSTBIN
All because we care about the next person who's going to use the urinal

Phallus Art
Of course we too have our own collection in public transportation
However, our authorities take the effort to remove these "art"
because we know that "kids need to be creative"
and "new kids need new canvas!"

I still don't understand why students like to
position their legs on the chairs in front of them

a. You need to air your balls (if any)?
b. You assume the person sitting in front likes to smell your feet?
c. You assume your honourable shoes deserves to be worshipped above ground level?
d. You are marking territory (like a canine) by staining chairs with your odour
e. All of the above

I know I've posted this before
but it seriously disgust me to no end.
What the fuck is this?
I've yet to witness this, even in third-world countries!

Of course I'm not saying that all the above
DEFINITELY has to be the act of Australians,
but these experiences are indubitably..

Uniquely Australia

P/S: To those Singaporean International Students who have been performing all sorts of inconsiderate "stunts", you better slap yourself in the face and wake up. You are a representation of our nation - so behave yourself!
To those Singaporean imposters, GO FUCK YOURSELF!

Majulah Singapura,
June, 2010