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Source of MRT breakdowns traced to all commuters in S’pore

Posted on 24 October 2017

This is the only conclusion left.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who have come to a sudden eureka moment of realisation, are looking at one another in shocked recognition having solved an age-old problem.

This after they discovered once and for all that the most likely culprit of MRT faults and perennial delays all over the island are public transport-reliant commuters in Singapore.

This is so as commuters are the ones utilising public transport the most and can be considered heavy users compared to Singaporeans who drive.

One public transport-reliant Singaporean, Fu Zhe Ren, said: “After pointing fingers at everything, it is clear that it is my fault.”

“If I do not take the train, the train will never spoil.”

“The same goes for this fellow commuter on my left and this other fellow commuter on my right,” he said as the train stopped at the station and did not move off for more than 15 minutes.

However, other Singaporeans said this conclusion is too convenient as it scapegoats commuters.

Another local, Guai Bie Ren, said: “It is not satisfactory to just point our collective fingers at one another and make one another take the blame and feel shameful.”

“This is too convenient.”

“Therefore, I would like my unborn children and unborn grandchildren in the future to shoulder this blame as well.”

“It is unfair that the current generation must take the blame when the future generations think they can get away scot-free and blame us as well.”

“That is just nonsense.”

“Hence, it is here on out every future generations’ fault as well.”



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  • Davin Chee

    What about the previous generations that gave birth to you commuter scum

  • Shan Kissdani

    I’ll gladly take the blame and die for everyone if the trains were a true public service that ran for absolutely free.

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