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10 April 2009

Don't Bring Your Culture to Malaysia!

I am quite pissed today(during 8am) at the LRT. As we're all rushing to go somewhere else these people(foreigner most probably Korean) just came along from no where and coincidentally the train door opened they just pushed us into the train! Seriously these people brought their culture to Malaysia?

I mean maybe they thought they have to push to get into the train? Or maybe they thought our train passengers were as packed as theirs that's why need to push to get in but to their knowledge we, Malaysian always have some space in between people and we're not that "stick" together,

so when they pushing into the train, one passenger fell and of course I was imbalance too... there goes my morning newspaper; scrambled! Moreover one of their friends( I think ) got stucked at the train door....

Come on lah, don't push lah and don't cut queue! Everyone is waiting just like you! Sometimes local people also cut queue and pushing around but today is the worst one as this incident made someone fell down....




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4 comments:

Johnny Ong said...

u just have to be prepared for such people be it local or foreigners as people are growing up to be more impatient and impolite

EliteVillain said...

Seriously people have to learn how to be patient and queue up...I thought I've seen the worst part, but guess I'm wrong until that day which pushed people way inside until made someone actually fell down....

coco_panda said...

LOL...you know what. We locals are not any better.
I know a few koreans and they are nice. Not that I don't agree with you, just that, I have four years experience of taking the LRTs, we malaysian's do that too. Cut queues, blocking the way, pushing people.
In fact I think some people just have the tendency of doing that, not only foreigners.

EliteVillain said...

@coco : Yeah I agree with you. But fortunately I haven't met local doing that during my 4 years of LRT traveling :D Unfortunately my first time being pushed so hard was that day the foreigners....sigh...