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S’poreans’ first words when awake are ‘Shagged’ & ‘No, don’t want go work’

Posted on 19 December 2016

Every single weekday morning.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are normal people, are known to have limited vocabulary on weekday mornings when they wake up.

This after it was reported that at least one individual woke up and asked if there was a Cabinet meeting.

One Singaporean, Qi Lai, said: “Waking up is like entering a nightmare every morning.”

“I always wished I don’t have to wake up at all and the first words out of my mouth are ‘Argh, shagged, sleep so little.”

“I want to take MC.”

Other locals said they never asked if there is a meeting because that is just not normal.

Another local, Qu Kai Hui, said: “Sometimes I just wish I didn’t have to work and work is more of a personal choice.”

“But other days I wake up and look forward to breakfast because at least that is something worth looking forward to.”

“Not meetings for sure.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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