Its funny how you can just blame foreign talent for something like this, im foreign and im from a 3rd world country with continuous terrorist attacks and violence and my English is better than 90% of the people in my year. I think you should consider Singaporeans too and not just foreigners, lol. I found that very offensive because your ” OBVIOUS ” generalization and accusation suggests that you have rejected a fact or opinion that you have little or no info about which in turn is the highest form of ignorance. please refrain from making such remarks. Im 14 by the way.
Yes its true. Let’s not generalise as mistakes can be made by anyone and may result in polarisation or extremism of attitudes. Let’s also hope the the government will also understand the public sentiment better in its effort to achieve high GDP. btw, I’m a SIngaporean.
Just last week, we came home from NTUC and discovered a plastic bag containing 2 tubs of ice-cream. I checked my receipt and confirmed that I did not purchase them. Asked my hubbby and son, they did not purchase too. So, I called NTUC to inform them. The one answering asked me (in obvious PRC accent) – “U overcharged?” I kept telling her, the item is not mine, probably my son made a mistake when we were putting stufss into our trolley after paying.
“So, no overcharge? Okay then”
Huh? Ok? She mean that it is ok as they were not charged, so she expect me to keep the ice-cream and keep quiet?
I was clearly pissed with this mentality. Insisted that I will return the items soon. She was like in a daze and said.. ” huh… ok….”
Maybe to them, it is my good luck to get the items for free!! Where is integrity? Maybe, if the shop is their’s, then they will feel more responsible.