what about those who queue for free food being dished out by charitable organisations? i've seen properly dressed people queuing and i'm sure most of them can afford a paid meal. so, is queuing for something free considered a right reason?
i believe there are no right or wrong reasons for queuing for something. it is how much you really want to do it for your own personal gains. nothing to do with standards whatsoever. it's more of a personal choice.
Mythbusters - the bigger the explosion, the better it is.
What is "right" reason is defined by the individual.. Just that one may not understand why the other is doing what they feel is right..
like I say mah.. the high class one will queue to pay for the iP4.. nothing wrong..
Some rich pple may queue for free food.. it's their choice..
And when the right reason appears.. the kiasuism will be revealed..
Last edited by Limsgp; 30th July 2010 at 04:16 PM.
I won't call it kiasuism - there is nothing that depict that syndrome...
This is plain consumerism basking on branding power! Unfortunately, they are very good at it...