Nuffnang was running this competition called “Make It Right For A Better Ride” although I didn’t enter the competition I thought i’d just write about commuters and how things could be better… I’m a serial complainer and a cereal complainer yo.
My biggest pet hate: Those aunties that crowd the door while you are trying to get out of the train. EH HELLO?! If you let me off I, and everyone else, would be able to get out of the train and let you on. Why the need to push? Is it because you are afraid the train will leave you behind or do you just really need to sit in that reserved seating?
Seriously, whenever I get off the train it’s like a rugby team full of aunties is ready to board !
Whenever I have the courage I usually just stand in the doorway until they move out of my way… or yell… whatever it is that I’m feeling at the time.
This sort of behaviour has to stop. Just let us out of the train. It isn’t that hard.
I’m glad I’m not the only one who finds it incredibly annoying…
It seems that everyone has their own MRT pet hates.
If we all just shared them I’m sure that word will get around that it isn’t socially acceptable. Don’t keep it to yourself! Share your frustrations with your friends, with your dog – WITH EVERYONE!
@lfc_lxy says she hates assholes who enjoy a pole dance on the MRT.
“Assholes leaning on the poles when it’s freaking packed & refraining other commuters from holding on to em!”
@anameizing gets annoyed at back pushers! Damn those back pushers!
“people that are so eager to get off the train at the upcoming stop and shove you aside when you’re obv getting off too”
@joietan also cannot tahan the kiasu aunties!
“AUNTIES WHO SHOVE YOU”
@Oszkid thinks that an armpit to the face stinks!
“@nicshields armpit hair in your face!”
and finally – My favourite of all of them from @anameizing:
“also those who stand right in front of the door when the train stops and they arent getting off wtf”
*Don’t get me wrong! I love the MRT, I just detest rude people.