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    Default Re: Singapore a clean and green city?

    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi2 View Post
    Tissue paper with possibly mucus in it floating in a bowl of soup!!! Some jokingly say they look like dumplings. Why can't these inconsiderate people just take their freakin' soiled tissue paper and throw it away at the nearest bin?
    erm?

    how do you know it's mucus? or how can you see the mucus? the tissue paper would have been so soaked that it wouldn't be obvious...

    unless you went to do a touch test



    else, you're just being overly paranoid

    Last edited by kei1309; 16th November 2012 at 10:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzohattori View Post
    Come across this just now
    nice one there I have seen also similar signage but this was when I visit Johnnie Fox's Irish Pub @ Dublin sometime back

    This goes for both men and ladies

    Last edited by albertri; 16th November 2012 at 05:19 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzohattori View Post
    Come across this just now
    oh. you came across it? did you wipe it off afterwards?


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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    oh. you came across it? did you wipe it off afterwards?

    what to wipe? lolz
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    Default Re: Singapore a clean and green city?

    Quote Originally Posted by albertri View Post
    what to wipe? lolz
    The last drop of your heavenly juice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    The last drop of your heavenly juice.

    I thought females wipes? guys tend to be more of a wiggle or shake or tap lolz
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    Default Re: Singapore a clean and green city?

    Trip Advisor says Singapore is #2 cleanest streets.

    Tokyo Receives High Marks From Travelers According To TripAdvisor World City Survey

    I think distant second to Tokyo. Singaporeans are less civic minded than Japanese in keeping the place clean.

    Singapore's food courts, kopitiams and hawker centres are dirty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    Trip Advisor says Singapore is #2 cleanest streets.

    Tokyo Receives High Marks From Travelers According To TripAdvisor World City Survey

    I think distant second to Tokyo. Singaporeans are less civic minded than Japanese in keeping the place clean.

    Singapore's food courts, kopitiams and hawker centres are dirty.
    my great great grand father say dirty eat dirty grow up....
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    Default Re: Singapore a clean and green city?

    Singapore is always looking to be number 1 and that itself is not a bad thing. While we are striving to be number 1, we must not neglect the basic fundamental purpose of communal living and manners.

    It is just like working in an organization. Many want to achieve a lot of awards not understanding what benefits they bring. 1st they try ISO 90002 thinking it was a quality stamp, then they go for 14K, 18K and so on. They found they are these are so easy to obtain and then People Developer, SQA, SQC, etc. Then they found out that actually the staff is struggling daily maintaining the certifications because none of the procedures belong to them! It was cut and paste done by the consultants to achieve the certification.

    So Singapore, let's get our basis right and let the citizen be happy. Never mind that we are not number 1 or advanced developed country. What is the point of being number 1 for the sake of 10% Singaporean? Be number 5 for 80% of the happy Singaporean.

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