Young children: Adults in S’pore must use social media more responsibly

Posted on 10 April 2016

Lest they regret their actions later.

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Young children in Singapore from all walks of life, who believe adults practise double standards, are shaking their heads and tsk tsking under their breath.

This after they saw a few elderly Singaporeans misuse social media and cause a scene online.

One young Singaporean, Yao Tou, said: “All these elderly Singaporeans do this kind of thing, later then hsien-half.”

“I say yew, yew say me, all like yang kids.”

“No big, no small, like nobody kuan them.”

“So unbecoming.”

“After all, it’s one big familee, what.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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